The first race of the new ACCR Czech Formula championship with Formula 4 single-seaters was won by Ethan Ischer from the Jenzer Motorsport team. The Swiss driver had a clear advantage at the Hungaroring and led from the start to the finish.
Jenzer Motorsport teammates Ethan Ischer and Reno Francot started from the front row of the inaugural race. Behind them were Michael Sauter from Sauter Engineering + Design and Niko Taylor from Renauer Motorsport. Oliver Michl from Gender Motorsport and Jiri Safranek from Renauer Motorsport started from the third row.
Ischer had the best start and held the lead. Sauter managed to overtake Francot and pushed into second place, so the first two positions belonged to Swiss drivers. Francot constantly put pressure on Sauter, and the gap between them was not more than one second. This continued until the very end, and Francot eventually failed to find a way to overtake Sauter.
In the opening stages of the race, there was a battle for fourth place between Englishman Taylor and Hungarian Michl. However, Michl could not keep up with Taylor’s pace, and the prospect of fourth place gradually slipped away from him. Šafránek was driving in sixth place behind them.
Therefore, the winner of the first 25-minute sprint race was Ethan Ischer, followed by Sauter and Francot.