The Royal Spanish Automobile Federation’s (RFEdA) successful Racing Weekend event will return to Circuito de Navarra with two days of high level motorsport, featuring the Spanish Formula 4 Championship and Eurocup-3, on 11/12 May 2024.
The Spanish Formula 4 Championship returns to the headline fixture after topping the bill for this year’s edition, with a grid of young talented drivers hoping to impress on the ladder towards Formula 1. The nation’s official FIA-sanctioned Formula 4 series will take to the circuit in northern Spain for three races next May.
Additional single-seater action will come from the rapidly growing Eurocup-3 series, which joins the Racing Weekend line-up for the first time next year. Eurocup-3 is a continental championship, which acts as a bridge between FIA Formula 3 and F4-level series.
Porsche machinery will form part of the line-up once again, with the Carrera Cup set to appear, whilst the line-up will be completed with a fourth championship, the details of which will be shared at a later date. Racing Weekend itself will be preceded by a dedicated test day on Friday 10 May.
Admission details for fans wishing to attend the 2024 Racing Weekend will be shared soon, with tickets exclusively available to fans through Circuito de Navarra’s official website.
MotorSport Vision Chief Executive Jonathan Palmer said: “I am delighted that Racing Weekend will form one of the major events on the 2024 racing calendar at Circuito de Navarra. We have worked closely with RFEDA to combine the strengths of MSV and the federation to enable us to build on past success and further develop the Racing Weekend event, which is headlined by the very successful Spanish F4 championship and now fast developing Eurocup-3 series.
“We will be working hard using our extensive experience of major race events to enhance the entertainment provided for fans and look forward to putting on a great weekend’s motorsport action on 11/12 May next year.”