Daniel Mavlyutov to race with GRS Team on the final F4 Spanish rounds

We are delighted to announced GRS Team’s drivers’ line-up for the final three meetings of the season. Daniel Mavlyutov will make his Formula 4 Spanish Championship debut this weekend at MotorLand Aragón. With the signing of Mavlyutov, the team will entry two drivers in MotorLand.

Mavlyutov is currently racing in Formula 4 British Championship. There, he is completing his first full season in single seaters. The Turkish driver -racing under British license- has shown consistent progression and performance throughout the year. Previously, in late 2021, Mavlyutov made his formula racing debut with solid outings in Formula Ford Festival, Walter Hayes Trophy, and Champion of Brands; all of them Formula Ford races.

GRS will be present in MotorLand Aragón with two drivers. Mavlyutov will race alongside Vladislav Ryabov this weekend. Ricardo Gracia will miss this meeting as he will be racing in Formula 4 Brazilian Championship. Marcos Flack will also be absent due to a clash on his racing programmes: he will be racing in Indy Pro 2000. Both the Brazilian and the Australian driver will be back on the next round, at Circuito de Navarra. GRS will therefore have a four-drivers line-up on the final two meetings of the championship.

“I am very much looking forward for my first race in F4 Spanish Championship. Having never previously raced anything, 2022 was my first full season and has been very much a learning year in Britain. F4 Spanish has great circuits a much larger grid, so I am excited to begin in MotorLand this week and looking forward to working with GRS”.

Daniel Mavlyutov, driver #99

“We welcome Daniel into the team. We are more than ready to provide him the best team and equipment for an ideal development of his promising racing career. It is great news for GRS Team to have Daniel and to have four drivers on the final stages of the championship. We face the upcoming rounds ready to give our best and determined to perform positively with all our drivers”.

Josep Trinidad, CEO & Team Principal

Formula 4 Spanish Championship is back this weekend after the summer break. After obtaining our best results of the year on the previous round in Spa-Francorchamps, the team looks forward to maintaining the momentum into the following meetings.