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With the opening round of the 2024 season this coming weekend, Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport is set to enter a new era of F4 competition. As the defending FR Americas Championship and F4 United States Championship title holders, the multi-car, multi-series effort will enter a quartet of drivers in the Ligier JSF4 program in 2024 as they look to add to their winning resume.

“We are very excited to take the knowledge, experience, and information attained in the F4 US Championship in recent years and bring that down to the new Ligier JSF4 series,” explained Gill Kaszuba. “We are welcoming four drivers to our lineup for the start of the 2024 season and look forward to helping all of them achieve their goals.”

Coming from Australia, Brad Majman, a multi-time champion in the karting ranks, will make the move to open-wheel racing under the guidance of Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport with his eye on the NTT INDYCAR Series. Known for grooming rookie drivers into race winners and champions, Majman, who is only 14 years of age, is looking to North America to kickstart his car racing career.

Kekai Hauanio, who competed in the F4 United States Championship in 2023 as an independent driver for a partial season, makes the switch to the Texas-based Crosslink Kiwi program in 2024 with an eye on the title.  With experience on his side, Hauanio is looking to add to his own, and the Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport, resume.

Demitri Nolan will look to follow in the footsteps of several other Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport drivers in 2024 as he enters his rookie season in open-wheel racing. Another driver making the jump from karts to cars, Nolan will aim to use the knowledge and experience of the championship-winning program to expedite his success.

Bacon Zelenka, another driver who earned experience in the F4 US program and earned a podium result at the New Jersey Motorsports Park event in 2023, is returning to the track in 2024 with an eye on the Ligier JSF4 series title. With top-ten results at the VIRginia International Raceway (VIR) and Circuit of the Americas (COTA) last season. Zelenka enters 2024 with the same drive for success as the Crosslink Kiwi Motorsport team.

Kaszuba added, “We have a ton of knowledge from our F4 efforts that will transition to the JSF4 series, and we can provide our drivers with the necessary tools to win races week in and week out. We are looking forward to a very busy 2024.”

The Ligier JSF4 wheel-to-wheel action will take the first green flag of the season over the April 11-14 weekend at the NOLA SpeedTour at NOLA Motorsports Park just outside New Orleans, Louisiana.

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