Ginetta Junior front runner Casper Stevenson has been crowned the inaugural British Formula 4 scholarship winner after an assessment day at Silverstone.
Stevenson beat 12 other drivers, including four other Junior graduates to the prize, worth £35,000 towards his maiden season in F4.
In the on-track aspect of the assessment, Stevenson was third quickest at the end of the day. Only Ginetta champion James Hedley and Fortec driver Christopher Lulham were quicker.
As well as impressing on track, Stevenson also performed well in the off-track activities, impressing judges and leading to him being crowned the 2020 Scholarship winner.
Zak O’Sullivan – who has already told Ginetta Junior Update he is searching for a 2020 F4 seat – competed in the event with Carlin, ended the day fourth quickest.
Roman Bilinski and Josh Rattican also competed in the event, finishing fifth and 13th respectively.
The event doubled as a test day for new F4 drivers, which included Total Control Racing driver Theo Edgerton. Edgerton, running with Arden, was sixth quickest.