Jenzer Motorsport will have a new driver for the races. Giacomo Bianchi (16, Switzerland) joins the ADAC Formula 4 line-up for the first time at the Nürburgring, while Sebastian Fernandez Wahbeh (16, Venezuela) will start under a new aegis and race for KUG Motorsport.

During the 2016 season, the ADAC High Speed Academy is holding six race weekends in conjunction with the ADAC GT Masters and appeared at the joint meeting of the ADAC GT Masters and the DTM at the Lausitzring and under the banner of the TCR International Series in Oschersleben. Television partner SPORT1 will broadcast the races live via a variety of media: on free-to-air TV, online and on mobile devices.

The ADAC Formula 4 is again relying on the services of tried and trusted partners during the 2016 season, utilising Formula 4 racing cars with Abarth turbocharged engines and chassis from Italian manufacturer Tatuus. Italian premium tyre manufacturer Pirelli, who are well-known from Formula 1, and wheel manufacturer Motec also supply equipment to the ADAC Formula 4. Eibach, who make suspension springs, and DEKRA, one of the world’s leading expert service providers, are partners to the series. Auto Zeitung continue as official media partners.