- Records for the tenth season of the Italian F4 Championship, which begins at Imola.
- For the second year, Abarth engines will accompany the British series at the Donington start.
- On the Interlagos track, the second season of the Brazilian series.
Scorpion’s season begins with a triple date in Formula 4. At the start, the same weekend, three international series bring together Abarth with the young talents of the future in Italy, the United Kingdom and Brazil, awaiting the start of the Spanish Series, which will start on May 7.
The tenth season of the Italian F4 Championship will begin at Imola, once again, with record numbers of around forty cars on the track since the first round of the season. Always alongside the Italian series promoted by ACI Sport, Abarth engines have seen the emergence of talents who are now Formula 1 champions in the Italian series: from Lando Norris to Zhou Guanyu, including Lance Stroll. Between confirmations and new registrations, Italian Formula 4 remains the leading series on the international scene and, after its debut at Imola, will continue its tenth annual season at the circuits of Misano, Spa-Francorchamps, Monza, Paul Ricard, Mugello and Vallelunga.
Expectations are also high for the start of the ninth season of the British F4 Championship at Donington. After the victory of Alex Dunn, in the first year that the British series featured the Abarth T-Jet 1.4 engine with 180 hp, there will be twenty pilots who will try to succeed the Irishman in 30 races spread over ten rounds at the circuits of Donington, Brands Hatch, Snetterton, Thruxton and Oulton Park and Silverstone, Croft and Knockhill, to return at the end of the season at Donington Circuit and Brands Hatch.
On the other hand, the second edition of the Brazilian F4 Championship, which in 2023 will have the privilege of hosting the Formula 1 Grand Prix on November 5 in Sao Paulo. Specifically, the Interlagos circuit will host the first two rounds, before the Velocittà and Goiania tests in August. The season ends in November with the third round in Interlagos and the grand finale in Brasilia.
The Spanish F4 Championship will start in May at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit. Among the most anticipated drivers in the Iberian series is Fernando Barrichello (son of Rubens, former Formula 1 driver), who showed last year in the Brazilian series that he can compete with the best. Also in 2023, the Spanish series will see over thirty Tatuus F4 T-021s powered by the Abarth engine debut.