Logan was declared the 2016/17 Rookie champion in Abu Dhabi (13 March) after a superb performance in the Formula 4 UAE Championship.

His 15 race podiums in the highly contested championship with Oschersleben based Team Motopark helped them go on to secure the 2016/17 Teams Champion title in the inaugural event.

Logan was declared the second highest placed driver overall in the championship standings after the final round at the Yas Marina Circuit.


Jordan Collard has today confirmed his plans to return to the Simpson Race Products Ginetta Junior Championship for 2017.  


The 16 year old from Eversley switches to the HHC Motorsport team for his second year on the grid, as he sets his sights on finishing inside the championship top three. Collard already picked up a number of rookie podiums during his maiden season in the Juniors, including the outright rookie honours at Knockhill. 


Infinity Sport Management driver Max Fewtrell is delighted to confirm that he has joined the Renault Sport Academy.


The 2016 FIA British F4 Champion and BRDC Rising Star was chosen by Renault as one of its Junior Academy drivers for 2017.


The Renault Sport Formula One Team made the announcement earlier today after the launch of the R.S.17 Formula 1 car to the international media at a showcase event in London.


Max Fewtrell "I am delighted to have been selected to join the Renault Sport Academy. The launch today was fantastic so my thanks to the Renault Sport Formula One team for inviting me along. To be part of such a select group is a real privilege and I will make full use of the guidance, support, and expertise the Academy will make available to me. The support will be invaluable, and I cannot wait to get the year underway."