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British F4 race-winner Noah Lisle joins Campos in Eurocup-3

by Ida Wood

Photo: Jakob Ebrey Photography

British Formula 4 race-winner Noah Lisle has signed with Campos Racing to drive in Eurocup-3’s second season.

The Formula Regional-based series was launched last year, and Campos won the driver and teams’ titles. The 2024 schedule features eight rounds in six different European countries, and Lisle is Campos’s fourth signing.

The 16-year-old Australian spent two years in F4. He took one podium and came 13th in the standings in his rookie British F4 campaign in 2022, and also did three Spanish F4 rounds that year.

He began 2023 in F4 United Arab Emirates and came 19th in the standings with one podium, then competed part-time in Britain and Spain as date clashes meant he had to miss a round of each championship. Although he took three wins, three other podiums and two poles in British F4, Lisle could do no better than 10th in the points table. In Spanish F4 he only finished one position lower despite his best result from the season being a singular fifth place.

Lisle stepped up to FRegional last month in the Middle East championship, and with seven points came 19th in the standings.

“I’m really grateful for the opportunity to drive for Campos Racing this year,” said Lisle.

“In recent years they have confirmed themselves as one of the leading single-seater teams, standing out especially in Spain. I have every confidence that they will provide me with the perfect platform for a successful season. I’m looking forward to the season starting and can’t wait to get behind the wheel.”

Drivex School has added Victoria Blokhina to its Eurocup-3 line-up. The 17-year-old Russian is also stepping up after two years in F4.

In two full F4 UAE seasons her best result was a 19th place, although in the 2022 F4 UAE Trophy (which does not award points) she finished 11th and sixth in the two races. Last year she also raced in Italian F4, coming 35th in the standings with two 15th place finishes the highlights.