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The “best of the rest” was Russian Aleksandr Vartanyan, who

also competed in the Italian F4 championship and took third

place in the championship thanks to his many points

finishes. His win at Ahvenisto, in the final race of the year,

served as a well‐deserved reward for his great effort. Rasmus

Markkanen led the Finnish contingent, beating Tuomas

Tujula and his twin brother Roope.

The experience with the NEZ championship led to the

creation of a new Spanish series, using the same Abarth‐

powered Tatuus machinery with Hankook tires. In this case

though, teams came into play with the addition of MP

Motorsport, Drivex and Double R. Once again, it was

Verschoor to dominate the scene, capping an outstanding

debut season in perfect style.