Mari Boya faces round 4 of F4 Spanish Championship in Valencia
• Boya, willing to gain more experience and to keep learning, improving and growing as a driver.
• He arrives in Valencia highly motivated and determined after winning his first Formula 4 race in Jerez.
• “The team is working very hard to stay competitive and I think we are on the right path to be strong here,” Boya said.
Formula 4 Spanish Championship does not stop and round 4 of the season is coming up this weekend. One week after the previous meeting in Jerez, the Ricardo Tormo Circuit in Cheste (Valencia) receives the championship. Mari Boya will try to keep his momentum and continue in the positive streak he currently is.
Since Boya has taken part in several testing sessions at Ricardo Tormo Circuit, he knows the track really well. It is a short, four-kilometre track. It is also a very technical circuit, with plenty of low-speed corners and hard braking zones, but also a very long main straight and several overtaking spots.
“I am looking forward to be racing in Valencia. I face this challenge with illusion and very motivated after the good results we achieved in Jerez. The team is working very hard to stay competitive and I think we are on the right path to be strong here. I know the track well, I like it and I think that racing here will be an exciting challenge,” said Boya ahead of the weekend he is facing.
As always, this round is one more step of his learning as a driver and his growth in the sport. His driving gets smarter and more consistent on each round, and the experience he has been achieving through his effort is the main reason of his good performance and current form, which will hopefully be seen again this weekend.