The 2022 edition of the Japanese Super Formula Championship has concluded. Tomoki Nojiri defended his title in style, whilst Sacha Fenestraz earned a transfer to Formula E and several drivers had their moment in the spotlight. F1 Feeder Series takes a look at the key takeaways from the season. Continue reading Super Formula: 5 biggest takeaways from the 2022 season
F1 Feeder Series previews the final Super Formula round of 2022, a double-header at the Suzuka Circuit Continue reading Super Formula finale preview: Can Mr. Consistency hold off the young guns?
F1 Feeder Series brings you the five standout performances from Super Formula at Fuji Speedway Continue reading Nojiri benefits and Sasahara stars: 5 takeaways from Super Formula Round 6 at Fuji
F1 Feeder Series discusses the latest round of the 2022 Super Formula season, including a first win for Fenestraz and disappointing results further down the field. Continue reading Fenestraz wins as Hirakawa shines: 6 takeaways from Super Formula Round 5 at SUGO
Here is F1 Feeder Series guide to the 2022 Japanese Formula 4 Championship Continue reading Preview Japanese Formula 4: Will the next Tsunoda please step forward?
What are the key takeaways from the Super Formula opening weekend? F1 Feeder Series picks six Continue reading Impul impresses and TOM’S targets top: 6 takeaways from Super Formula Round 1 & 2 at Fuji
With Ukyo Sasahara we talk about Super Formula, racing in general and his career Continue reading Ukyo Sasahara (Team Mugen) previews the 2022 Super Formula Championship
The 50th season of Super Formula racing is about to start and F1 Feeder Series previews Continue reading Your season guide to the 2022 Super Formula Championship
What’s better than winning two consecutive Super Formula championships? Winning three consecutive Super Formula championships, obviously. Honda started its quest for a third straight crown by officially naming their 2022 squad at the Welcome Plaza Aoyama – confirming the rumour everyone talked about. By René Oudman Why change a winning team – or therefore, a winning brand? Since Nick Cassidy clinched the 2019 Super Formula … Continue reading Fukuzumi’s need for change leaves Honda with squad revamp
Ukyo Sasahara has been on the feeder series ladder since 2013, but he definitely booked his greatest victory in 2019 by winning the F3 Asia Championship with Hitech GP. We had a chat with him about that successful year and his 2020 goals. By Floris Visman The Japanese driver has been in the junior single-seater categories for a while now, debuting in 2013 in Formula … Continue reading Whatsapping with: Ukyo Sasahara (F3 Asia champion)