Highly-rated Czech National Team driver Roman will start a new chapter in his career in 2019 by making the leap from karts to single-seater competition.
The youngster has progressed through the European kart racing ranks and arrives in the Formula 4 category with an impressive reputation. He’s ready to show his mettle in both the German and Italian series.
The highly-rated Frenchman joined the Sauber Junior Team programme with a regional Formula 4 title to his name.
He was the standout driver in the 2018 South East Asia Formula 4 Championship and has also tasted Formula 3 machinery during the European off season, finishing on the podium in his maiden Asian F3 Winter Series race.
The 16-year-old joined the Sauber Junior Team programme with an exemplary record in karting as a Formula 4 rookie in 2018.
With three French national karting titles to his name, he then finished P3 in the OK-J World Championship and became a winner in the CIK-FIA OK European Championship in 2017. A successful move into the French F4 series followed in 2018 as he won the Junior title and finished P3 overall.
The Monégasque rising star graduates to the Sauber Junior Team in 2019 ready to accelerate his career to the next level.
After winning the Kart Racing Academy Championship at the age of 14, the youngster joined the FFSA Academy in 2018 for a productive first season of car racing in French F4. He finished the series P5 after two wins and eight podiums.
Introduced in 2014, the Formula 4 category represents the first step on the FIA’s ladder of progression for junior racing drivers.
In partnership with US Racing, Charouz Racing System won the 2018 ADAC Formula 4 Championship title with Lirim Zendeli.
The Sauber Junior Team F4 cars are powered by a 1.4-litre turbocharged engine that develops 160hp.
The German and Italian F4 series run to the same technical regulations, making it easy for teams to contest both during the same season.