The Italian Formula 4 Championship is a national junior racing series according to the FIA Formula 4 regulations.
It is held since 2014 as a successor to the Formula Abarth or Formula Azzura.
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The Italian Formula 4 Championship 2017 was the fourth season of the Italian Formula 4.
There were again seven events in Italy, each with three races, now including two weekends in Mugello instead of two in Imola.
Marcus Armstrong won the Italian Formula 4 2017 ahead of Job van Uitert and Lorenzo Colombo.
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The Italian Formula 4 Championship 2016 was the third season of Italian Formula 4.
Once again, seven events were held in Italy. Due to the high number of participants at the beginning of the season (over 40 riders) additional qualifying races were held on the first two weekends. All in all, there were 21 races per driver to contest.
Marcos Siebert won the Italian Formula 4 2016 ahead of Mick Schumacher and Raoul Guzman.
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The Italian Formula 4 Championship 2015 was the second season of Italian Formula 4.
Again seven events were held in Italy. Instead of Magione, now Misano was in the calendar. In total, 21 races were held.
Ralf Aron won the Italian Formula 4 2015 ahead of Guanyu Zhou and Robert Shwartzman. The Trophy class for drivers over 18 years was won by Kevin Kanayet. In contrast to the previous year, the Trophy pilots were also entitled to points in the overall standings.
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The Italian Formula 4 Championship 2014 was the first season of the Italian Formula 4 as successor of Formula Abarth.
The race cars are from Tatuus and powered by 1.4l Abarth 160hp engines.
As in the Formula Abarth, 3 races were held per weekend. All seven events took place in Italy (Adria, 2x Imola, Mugello, Magione, Vallelunga, Monza), a total of 21 races were held.
Lance Stroll won the Italian Formula 4 2014 in front of Mattia Drudi.
The Trophy class for drivers over 18 years was dominated by Brandon Maïsano. He was not entitled to points in the main class, but otherwise would have won the championship ahead of Lance Stroll.
The Formula Azzurra 2007 was the third season of this Italian junior series.
The calendar changed slightly, now two race weekends took place in Mugello, instead Vallelunga was only once in the calendar.
Also in 2007, only the drivers who participated in all races were eligible for points.
Salvatore Cicatelli won the Formula Azzurra 2007 ahead of Marco Zipoli.
The Formula Azzurra 2006 was the second season of this Italian junior series.
The calendar was extended, two new race weekends now took place in Vallelunga, with Monza being removed from the calendar.
The most points were actually collected by Ignazio Belluardo, but only the 8 drivers who took part in all the races were eligible.
Thus Giuseppe Termine was winner of the Formula Azzurra 2006 ahead of Mirko Bortolotti.
The Formula Azzurra 2005 was the first season of this Italian junior series. As race cars Gloria B5 were used, they were powered by 1.0l Yamaha engines with 145 hp.
The calendar consisted of 6 race weekends with 2 races each, all in Italy (Imola, Mugello, Magione, Varano, Monza, Misano).
The winner of the Formula Azzurra 2005 was Davide Rigon.