FIA F4 Esports Regional Tour Week 3 report: Miranda, Deith, Mutch lead respective regions

This September, the FIA F4 Esports Global Championship Series arrives with 30 of the top-ranked regional competitors going against one another for a four-event, eight round season with a chance at winning a share of the $25,000 prize pool.

Last week, the Regional Tours all entered Week #3 of competition with racing in Canada at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in the Americas, the Short layout of Okayama International Circuit for the Asia-Pacific group, and Circuit Zandvoort for Europe. 


Michael Janney once again found himself near the top after missing out on the first week of competition, but this time behind another new name on these sheets – Elvis Rankin in second. At the very top, winning the Strength of Field (SoF) race, scoring the most points with 355, was Nicolás Rubilar. Victor Miranda continues to lead the way in the overall after finishing fourth in the week, with Felipe Juliato rounding out the top-five. James R Burns, who finished seventh in the week, moves into the top-10 as Matt Bussa, likely busy over the week with Chicago Street Course prep, falls out, down to 12th. 1076 iRacers participated at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve in Week 3.

FIA F4 Esports Regional Tour – Americas Top 10 after Week 3 at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve:

PosDriverClubTotal PtsW3 WinsTotal Wins
1Victor MirandaBrazil86902
2Nicolás RubilarHispanoamérica85315
3Ralph BenitezBrazil78301
4Felipe Cabrera LoyolaHispanoamérica78100
5Leo OvtcharovCalifornia Club76812
6Jackson RezendeBrazil70500
7James R BurnNew England68412
8Jordan Johnson5Ohio68002
9Jeffrey DeckerCalifornia Club67600
10Andre CastroNew York64603


It was an off week for Benjamin Roberts, who led the first two weeks of the Asia-Pacific contest. This week, at Okayama, he was only able to muster enough points for ninth on the week. The SoF belonged to Damon Woods, who jumps up to 11th in the overall standings after scoring 316 points. Kody Deith, who finished second in the week, moves up to take the top spot leaving Okayama, now 33 points ahead of Roberts. Jaidyn J Ladic, Hayata Asaga, and Kazuki Fujita rounded out the top-five. In the overall, Sho Kamioka did not race and falls from second to outside the top-10. Hirokuni Kojima also falls out of the top-10 after finishing 32nd last week, those two falling out replaced by Alejandro Sendra and Deklan Webb. 1482 iRacers participated at Okayama in Week 3, the most of all regions.

FIA F4 Esports Regional Tour – Asia/Pacific Top 10 after Week 3 at Okayama:

PosDriverClubTotal PtsW3 WinsTotal Wins
1Kody DeithAustralia/NZ72801
2Benjamin RobertsAustralia/NZ69503
3Marcello RiveraAustralia/NZ66001
4Kazuki FujitaJapan64502
5Hayata AsagaJapan62400
6Jaidyn J LadicAustralia/NZ61602
7Calieb HydesAustralia/NZ54600
8Alejandro SendraJapan53923
9Deklan WebbAustralia/NZ53100
10Shoma ShintaniJapan52116


The heavy hitters came out to play in the third week of competition in the Europe region. A familiar name to iRacing eSports, Alejandro Sánchez took the top honors this week with 386 points scored after winning the SoF race. Another well-known eSports commodity, Graham Carroll took second in the week, while the podium was rounded out by Luke McKeown. Elliott Vayron and Martin Kadlečík rounded out the top-5. Gordon “Gordie” Mutch finished sixth on the week, propelling him to the top of the overall standings lead by 38 points over Alex Dunne, who finished 12th on the week. Gaël Valero falls out of the top-10 after not making an attempt at Zandvoort, as does Dan Amor. Carroll bumps up and into the eighth position just ahead of Alex O’Grady in ninth. Sánchez sits 12th after three weeks. 1194 iRacers participated at Zandvoort in Week 3, but as usual, the Europe region provided the top point total for the highest SoF.

FIA F4 Esports Regional Tour – Europe Top 10 after Week 2 at Spa-Francorchamps:

PosNameClubTotal PtsW2 WinsTotal Wins
1Gordon MutchUK and I99203
2Alex DunneUK and I95402
3Moritz LöhnerDE-AT-CH91201
4Hugh BarterAustralia/NZ89200
5Elliott VayronFrance88603
6Henry IE MooreUK and I80302
7Jacob Reid4UK and I78410
8Graham CarrollUK and I77000
9Alex O’GradyUK and I75010
10Pablo EspesIberia74300

Week 4 Schedule: 

  • Americas (Every ODD hour, :15 after): Autódromo José Carlos Pace – Grand Prix
  • Asia-Pacific (Every EVEN hour, :45 after): Fuji International Speedway – No Chicane
  • Europe (Every EVEN hour, :15 after): Circuit de Nevers Magny-Cours – Grand Prix

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