November 1, 2018
13 year old Nicholas Christodoulou showed he is a top prospect
winning Best Rookie Award in his debut F4 race at the Mexican Grand Prix
After an extensive 18 month development program, Nicholas was ready for race competition at a high level. In front of a large crowd at the Mexico City F1 circuit, Nicholas put on one of the best performances finishing 8th after making 5 passes during the 12 lap race.
Nicholas’ performance is yet more impressive with context that he had few laps to learn the Mexico City circuit. So as Nicholas’ lap times continued to close within a second of the eventual race winner’s best times, it became evident how bright is Nicholas’ racing future.
FIA F4 Mexico championship is comprised of eight event weekends. Mexican Grand Prix was the first event weekend in the 2018 / 2019 championship, where all drivers race Mygale race cars with a 1.6 litre turbocharged Ford engines capable of speeds over 140 miles per hour.
Thanks Absolute Interior owner Aldi Cibuku for sponsoring Nicholas for the Mexico Grand Prix. Toronto based Absolute Interior is a full-service restoration and renovation company specializing in high-rise condominiums.
Also thanks to Luca Baldisserri for making a guest engineering appearance at Nicholas’ test on the Tuesday before the Mexican Grand Prix to provide his insights and advice. Luca is a world class race engineer who won 8 world championships for the Ferrari F1 team, and continues in F1 as the race engineer and mentor of F1 driver Lance Stroll.
Lastly, thanks to FIA F4 Mexico series owner Flavio Abed for organizing the license for Nicholas to compete, as well as race engineer and team manager Stephen Mayo.
Mexico City is a huge F1 market with more than 300,000 people attending the Mexican Grand Prix to watch star drivers Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes) and Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) battling on track, as well as eventual 2018 race winner Red Bull driver Max Verstappen.
For more details about Nicholas Christodoulou and for referrals to compete in the FIA F4 Mexico race series, contact Eric Jensen via email at firstname.lastname@example.org