Bengaluru’s Yash Aradhya set to race at the French Formula 4 Championship
Bengaluru, September 29, 2020: Bengaluru boy Yash Aradhya, multiple time National Champion in Karting and Formula 4 is all set to race in the FIA FFSA French Formula 4 for 2020.
The FIA Formula 4 French is organized by the French Federation of Motor Sport Auto Sport Academy known as “FFSA Academy” under the aegis of The Federation Internationale De’l Automabile known as “FIA”-the world Motorsports governing body.
The only Indian in the series, Yash will be participating in the Open Category of the FIA Formula 4 French which is scheduled at the Paul Ricard circuit in Le Castellet, France. Due to the ongoing pandemic, the championship calendar was rescheduled multiple times and finally kick started in August 2020. While Yash hasn’t been able to compete in the first three rounds of the Championship due to Visa related delays, he is all set to participate in the remaining four rounds, thereby, gaining a strong footing for the next year in Europe.
Looking forward to the weekend, Yash, said, “Finally the wait is over, I am thankful to my sponsors who stood by me even at this time of adversity and made this a possibility. I am all excited to race in these tracks for the first time, I will focus and learn the tracks, adapt to the car as quickly as possible, I am confident that I will make them and my country proud.”
Yash will be attending the first race on 2nd to 4th of October followed by 16th to 18th of October 6th – 8th November and 13th to 18th November across France.
|02-04 OCTOBER 2020||PAUL RICARD||Championnat de France des circuits|
|16-18 OCTOBER 2020||SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS||Belgique GT OPEN|
|6-8 NOVEMBER 2020||LEDENON||Championnat de France des circuits|
|13-15 NOVEMBER 2020||LE MANS||Trophée Tourisme Endurance|
Mr. Sanjay Sharma, Head-Motorsport, JK Tyre, said, “Though the entire world is crippled with the pandemic, it is important to see opportunity even in this adversity, that’s how champions are made. However, as the world is slowly regaining feet and so are the sporting events, I’m happy that our boys from India are geared up to make an impression in the global arena. Yash has time and again proved his mettle both in domestic and international racing and we wish him luck for this outing.”
It may be noted that Yash is also the first Indian motorsport talent to receive the prestigious “Pradhan Mantri Bal Shakthi Puraskar” in January 2020.