FF4M is the school of the AFIA multi-verse comprising several regional championships featuring fictional drivers with randomised performances. The top drivers from each regional series graduate to FF3M for the following season and will be available for selection in FF1M in the future.
Each FF4M season is made up of several regional FF4M series. At the time of the series inception there were four regional series (North America, South America, Europe, Asia) however over time these have changed.
For the 2013 FF4M series the Asian series was changed to the Nippon series and was based mainly in Japan. For 2014, the South American series was scrapped due to a lack of available circuits, and the North American series name was changed to PanAm, with one race and several teams and drivers from the South American series joining alongside the North American teams and drivers.
All drivers in FF4M are fictional and their performances are randomly generated. Each driver will begin the series at age 16 in their “home” region but can move between regions for subsequent seasons. Incoming drivers into FF4M are awarded an AFIA C license and will stay in the series until they earn an AFIA B licence from finishing in the top 4 positions of a regional series, or lose their licence either through age, or through failing to score any points in a given year. The maximum allowed age for drivers in FF4M is 19.
Each regional series uses a spec chassis built by spec-chassis manufacturer D’llama based on those used by Formula Renault 2.0.
Each regional series uses a 2.0 litre engine developed by the AFIA spec-engine supplier MRD Sport.
|Europe||NA / PanAm||Asia / Nippon||SudAm|
|2012||James Clark||Alexander MacDonald||Cooper Lee||Tomas Gonzalez|
|2013||Vaino Kimminen||Chuck Bucknum||Masanori Shido||Mario Da Silva|
|2014||Catharina Caracciola||Hunter Donohue||Joo-Young Park||Not Held|