Monday, January 17, 2022

Infinity driver Aiden Neate to join Abu Dhabi Racing by Prema for the 2022 F4UAE Championship

Infinity Sports Management driver Aiden Neate will be joining Abu Dhabi Racing by PREMA in the upcoming Formula 4 UAE Championship. The Season features five race events on consecutive weekends at Yas Marina Circuit and Dubai Autodrome starting on the 22nd January.

The 15-year-old Brit made his debut in Britain’s FIA Formula 4 series at the third event of the 2021 campaign at Brands Hatch and gained widespread acclaim for a rookie season that yielded three podium finishes, a brace of fastest laps and consistent, points-scoring form at the front of the field.

British racer Aiden Neate will contest the full five-event schedule. Neate joined non-championship event F4 UAE which supported the Formula 1 Grand Prix of Abu Dhabi last December on short notice. Although not yielding the results wanted after early contact in Race 1, the on track practice sets Aiden up for the upcoming Championship where he will be racing under the PREMA banner.
Once the winter series is over Neate will be back in the UK and joining Argenti Motorsport in a full season of British F4 building on his success from last year. The Championship will be kicking off at Donington Park 22nd April.

Commenting on this latest step in his career Aiden said:

"I’m super excited to be starting the year with Prema for the 2022 F4 UAE championship. We went well together during pre-season testing and I’m already learning a lot and feeling at home within the team.
As soon as the season ends in Abu Dhabi I’ll be straight back to the UK to prepare for the start of the British F4 championship with Argenti Motorsport. I’ll be looking to use everything i’ve learnt from UAE F4 to fight from the front from the get go.
I’d also like to say a massive thank you to Infinity and my sponsors The Green Group, Photon Group and Brighton Care, for helping to make this amazing campaign possible. 

Infinity director Gary Catt added:

"We're looking forward to this next stage in Aiden's F4 career, he had a strong debut in 2021 and with the experience gained I know he'll be fighting forward from the off."