Dennis Hauger

Hauger & Edgar in Hockenheim for ADAC F4 at the German GP

#62 Dennis Hauger (NOR – Van Amersfoort Racing Tatuus F.4 T014 Abarth)
ADAC F4 Championship position: 9th – 40 points – after 6 of 20 races

#23 Jonny Edgar (GBR – Jenzer Motorsport Tatuus F.4 T014 Abarth)
ADAC F4 Championship position: 20th – 0 points – after 6 of 20 races (contesting selected events)

After two impressive events recently in the Italian F4 series, Red Bull Juniors Dennis Hauger and Jonny Edgar are back in the ADAC championship this weekend at the Hockenheimring. They have the added incentive of racing alongside Formula One at the German Grand Prix.

Hauger to carry on with balanced pace

"The last few weekends in the Italian F4 have gone very well and it is important for me to bring that more stable approach to the German Championship," explained Hauger, the 16-year-old Norwegian who has started to dominate in Italian F4 and plans to add to his first ADAC victory, gained at the Red Bull Ring.

"I can carry on with that stable approach and have a good weekend here. As we are at the German GP I know that many drivers will be wanting to impress and trying extra hard. For me it is important to keep it solid and pick up good points."

"I know which way the track goes but I don't have the same track knowledge as some of the drivers do and there is not much free practice this weekend so it is important to make a good job right from the start. We already have a good base setting now but we need to work on the details," added the Van Amersfoort Racing driver.

Edgar to carry on improving

"We did a one day test here in varying conditions, wet and dry," stated 15-year-old Briton Edgar. "It was enough for me to learn the circuit and I think we have a pretty good set-up to start this weekend with. I like the track, it's cool. It will be a lot of fun."

"Things have been going pretty well the last few weekends so I think we just have to carry on. I know that we need to make a good job of qualifying and then put in good laps at the start of the race. That is what I am concentrating on now and that will give us the good results."

"It's great to have the experience of being here at a Grand Prix. My favourite driver is Max Verstappen so I am very much looking forward to being at the same event," added the Jenzer Motorsport driver.

Hockenheim weekend schedule – all times CEST
Friday 26th July
09:45 – 10:15 Free Practice

Saturday 27th July
09:45 – 10:00 Qualifying 1
10:10 – 10:25 Qualifying 2
17:00 – Race 1 (30 minutes)

Sunday 28th July
10:25 – Race 2 (30 minutes)