F4 U.S. Championship Powered by Honda

Round #4
Post Event Recap
July 29th-31st
New Jersey Motorsports Park, Millville, NJ


My Teammate, Jack Zheng and I!

My Teammate, Jack Zheng, and I!


Hello, everyone in the Berg Brigade,

I am now back home in Buford, Georgia, after a very eventful weekend at New Jersey Motorsports Park racing in the F4 U.S. Championship Powered by Honda!

We came home with two P4 finishes and a P5. Although we did not get the desired results, we learned a lot and will push for more in the next round. I do not know where I sit in the points standings, but I will make sure to announce it when official points are released.

All weekend, the entire Doran-Kroll Competition team pushed to the max to give us the best result possible, and they did a phenomenal job. This was my first weekend in F4 with a teammate – Jack Zheng – and it was so beneficial to have a peer to discuss the track and other characteristics of our Ligier F4 carsMy teammate did a great job at re-learning the car, as he had not driven an F4 car since the first round of the season in April. He had a top-ten pace, but due to some events that happened in the race, Jack finished 14th out of 19 cars in Race #3.

On our side of the garage, from the very start, we had pace. We qualified P4, with 1/10th of a second separating each car in the top four. In Race #1, we finished P4 with the 2nd fastest lap time, only .005 of a second off of the pole. In Race #2, we finished P4 again with the 3rd quickest lap time, only 0.218 of a second off of the pole as well.

In Race #3, we just did not have the pace to stay with the top 3. On the second lap of the race, I was overtaken, which dropped me to P4. I stayed in P4 for most of the race until a full course caution came out, which gave the car behind me an opportunity to pass. Therefore, I ended Race #3 finishing P5 with the 7th quickest time, but only 0.278 of a second off of the pole! That just shows you how tight the F4 U.S. Championship is!

Our next event is at a favorite track of mine which is the famous Virginia International Raceway! The last time we were there was racing in the Spec MX-5 Challenge, where we finished both races of the weekend P1 on track!

One last thing I would like to mention is over the weekend, I gathered some video clips and will be posting my first ever “Vlog” to YouTube to show in real-time our findings of the weekend!! Watch out for another newsletter soon!
Thanks again to all of the Berg Brigade for your continued support.

Alex Berg



Something I wanted to add in was this! while on the track walk if you look closely, there is an Oyster Shell embedded in the pavement of the racing surface on the driving line at the exit of turn 10!

Something I wanted to add was this! while on the track walk, if you look closely, there is an Oyster Shell embedded in the pavement of the racing surface on the driving line at the exit of turn 10!

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