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BRDC F4 And Autosport Announce Media Partnership
Posted by: newsla on Feb 05, 2014 - 04:15 PM
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BRDC F4 And Autosport Announce Media Partnership

The BRDC Formula 4 Championship is delighted to confirm a media partnership with the class-leading AUTOSPORT magazine for at least the next two seasons.


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The partnership will see increased coverage for the championship in the weekly publication, starting with a double page season preview article in the build up to the first event of the season on the Silverstone Grand Prix Circuit, and dedicated full page reports after each round of the series, ensuring unrivalled coverage for a championship at this level.

Furthermore, each BRDC F4 car will carry the Autosport logo, with this also featuring on the official F4 website.

"We are delighted to officially put our name next to BRDC F4," said AUTOSPORT editor-in-chief Andrew van de Burgt. "MSV has done a fantastic job in establishing the series and its place on the motorsport ladder.

"After an exciting first season we look forward to playing a part in it growing from strength to strength and promoting the best young British talent."

MSV Chief Executive and Series Director Jonathan Palmer added: "Autosport has a proven long standing interest in the development of future F1 drivers, particularly through its major involvement in the McLaren Autosport BRDC scheme. Autosport also prides itself in its extensive knowledge of, and objective reporting on UK single seater series, and has recognised the importance of the BRDC F4 championship as a superb training ground for young drivers. The partnership between Autosport and MSV will ensure even greater recognition for the leading BRDC F4 championship competitors."

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