British F4 Championship 2021

10-11 July

Donington Park

Rounds 07, 08 & 09


Roman Bilinski impressed on his maiden outing in the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship with a hat-trick of top-five finishes at Donington Park, Leicestershire last weekend (10-11 July).

Making a first appearance in the UK’s premier tier of single seater racing as he evaluates options for the future, the Polish racer had two days to acclimatise to the 2.4-mile GP circuit after re-uniting with former team Arden Motorsport for the step into F3 machinery.

After two days at the sharp end of the timesheets, Bilinski then qualified a superb fifth in a highly competitive, 17-car field, before moving forward to within a whisker of a podium finish first time out with fourth in the opening race.

Another solid drive to fifth followed during an action-packed second race on Sunday, before a charge up the order to the same position in the finale, Bilinski gaining eight positions in the process.

His efforts went some way towards Arden’s rise into the top three in the Teams Championship, the Banbury-based team now back into contention after a strong weekend across both cars.

Bilinski’s focus now shifts back to his full-time British Formula 4 campaign with Carlin, which resumes at Oulton Park, Cheshire on 31 July – 01 August.

Roman Bilinski (#4) said:

“I’m really pleased with how my debut weekend in British F3 went. Given the rest of the field have had pre-season testing, plus two events already, for us to come in and immediately be running up in the top six is really positive.

“It was great to work with Arden Motorsport again, they did a great job preparing the car and helping me acclimatise to the car, and to the series.

“The races themselves were certainly action-packed, I really had to have my wits about me out there, but we made progress in each of the three races and scored some good points.

“It was a fantastic opportunity for me to explore what the next steps in my career might be, but now the focus shifts back to the next round of British F4 at Oulton Park in a fortnight.”

Previous Meetings

August 21st - 23rd

Oulton Park

Rounds 7, 8 & 9

August 28th - 30th


Rounds 13,14 & 15

September 19th - 20th


Rounds 13,14 & 15

September 25th - 27th


Rounds 16,17 & 18

October 9th - 11th


Rounds 19 & 20

October 23rd - 25th


Rounds 21, 22 & 23

roman bilinski


Meet roman bilinski


Welcome to the official website of Polish racing driver Roman Bilinski. 

In just a few short years, Roman has risen through the ranks from karting to British Formula 4, the first step on the FIA’s single seater pyramid towards Formula 1. 

Following a successful debut season in the championship, with multiple podium finishes and an enviable, consistent points-scoring record, Roman will return to the series in 2021 aiming to build on that progress with multiple title winners Carlin. 

To stay up to date with the latest news from Roman, be sure to follow his social media channels.


“Roman’s already proven he has the speed, race craft and maturity as a driver to succeed at this level. We’re looking forward to supporting and developing him further as a driver in the year ahead as he puts together a championship challenge.

Martin Knapman, Carlin F4 Team Manager



Carlin is one of the largest teams outside Formula 1 with race winning experience in a variety of championships including British F3, Porsche Supercup, World Series by Nissan, Formula Renault 3.5, A1GP, FIA Formula 3 European Championship, GP3 Series and GP2 Series.

Some of today’s most successful drivers have passed through the doors of Carlin, including racers in F1, IndyCar, WTCC and DTM.  F1 drivers such as Sebastian Vettel, Daniel Ricciardo, Kevin Magnussen and Carlos Sainz among others, add up to almost half of the current F1 field who are Carlin alumni.

Part of the Capsicum group, the management team at Carlin provide a great combination of business skills and racing knowledge. Ensuring a stable business base for the team are CEO Grahame (Chily) Chilton, long-term motorsport enthusiast, and Trevor Carlin, who has a wealth of experience and knowledge in motorsport.

Today, based out of the team’s bespoke facility in Farnham, Surrey, they compete in the F4 British Championship, BRDC Formula 3, EuroFormula Open and both the FIA Formula 2 and Formula 3 Championships, as well as the European and Asian Le Mans Series.

Carlin’s 2016 championship winning Indy Lights squad and current INDYCAR team is based out of a US workshop in Delray Beach, Florida. After joining the NTT IndyCar Series in 2018 with two full-time entries, the team returned for the 2019 and 2020 seasons, and will do so again in 2021 for their fourth INDYCAR season.

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“Roman is a natural. He has 100% ability. He is so competitive - he just wants to win and he’s blisteringly quick on the track.”

Sennan Fielding, Roman’s Driver Coach


roman’s Achievements

British Formula 4 (2020-present)
26 race starts; 3 podiums; 1 fastest lap; 156 points.
Ginetta Juniors (2019)
14 race starts; 1 podium; 1 pole position; 87 points.
Winner of ‘Hard Charger’ Award at the 2018 Ginetta Junior Winter Series
recognising the most places gained from the starting position at the event.
Rookie 1st Place in the 2018 Ginetta Junior Winter Series
Reached final stages of the Ginetta Juniors Scholarship
Nigel Mansel Trophy - Most promising driver
Wins Rissington Honda Cadet Champion 2017 in his first season



2021 will see Roman once again race on the high-profile British Touring Car Championship support bill, featuring capacity track side crowds and live ITV4 television coverage.

British f4 Calendar 2021





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For more information about Roman Bilinski and Romski Racing team contact
Amanda Bilinski on 07785 726277 or email