Formula 4 USA

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April 11-14, 2024
NOLA Motorsports Park – Avondale, LA

May 16-19, 2024
Road America – Elkhart Lake, WI

June 20-23, 2024
Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course – Lexington, OH

July 25-28, 2024
New Jersey Motorsports Park – Millville, NJ

Oct. 31-Nov. 3, 2024
Circuit of The Americas – Austin, TX

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The Ligier JS Formula 4 car was designed to be the ideal learning tool for drivers who may have never experienced open wheel cars before. ABRS graduates who are serious about developing their on-track prowess will have the opportunity to experience a program customized specifically for their skillset and career development goals.


Launched in 2014, FIA Formula 4 was created to offer young race car drivers around the world the opportunity to intelligently begin their open-wheel racing journey. This truly global formula has grown to include 11 regions globally all who operate official Championships, including the USA.

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Our Team

Harbir dass, salon, oh

Harbir Dass, Salon, OH

Harbir’s racing experience began in 2019 when he was 14 years old and started racing go-karts at his local track in Thompson, Ohio. His karting journey over the years has included the Thompson Kart Raceway series, Buckeye Karting Challenge series in Ohio, and the Stars Championships series, with multiple podiums and wins, as well as Route 66 Sprint and Daytona Manufacturer’s Cup races. His need for speed led him to attend a racing school and obtain his SCCA minor racing license before his driver’s license.

He attended additional racing school programs and has also participated in F4 test days. He began racing in the Spec MX-5 and STL classes late in the 2023 season, where he had his first win in the STL class at a regional race at Sebring and also placed 6th in Spec MX-5. He is looking forward to the challenge of the 2024 season.

Harbir is in his freshman year at Georgia Institute of Technology, where he is studying mechanical engineering to learn how to make things go faster. He works on his first-generation Miata project car in his free time.

Stefan dwornik

Stefan Dwornik - Race Engineer / Driver Coach

Stefan brings 5 decades of race engineering experience to Berg DMG Racing. Stefan is a qualified engineer, studied mechanical engineering in the UK and his racing career spans 5 decades. His experience includes engineering for many top teams in Indycar, ALMS Sportscar, Indy LIghts, Formula Atlantic, F-2000 and F3 and F4, and was Alex Berg's race engineer in his race winning 2023 USF4 campaign. Stefan is vastly experienced and highly motivated to obtain the best results possible with his team and is an ideal fit to mentor drivers new to F4 racing. Stefan is also a contributor to the ABRS Expert Advice page.
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Nick Moore - Technical Manager

Long time friend of the Berg family, Nick supported Alex Berg’s Mazda racing endeavors throughout the 2022 season, dominating the Mazda Spec MX-5 series with 6 wins, winning the Southeast Region Championship as well as 3rd in the National Championship. Nick has been with Berg Racing since its conception. Nick provides a wide range of experience, which includes 5 years restoring and rebuilding vintage Porsche racecars, working under a 3 time SCCA runoffs winner. He also spent 5 years in Radical Cup, IMSA (GT4 & MX-5 Cup), and Spec MX-5. He uses his skills to provide the safest and fastest cars from one weekend to the next by developing the cars alongside the drivers. 


Christine Mouraux - Team Member

Christine inherited the genes from her father, André, a Formula 3 driver in the '50s and '60s. Her fascination with motorsports began at an early age: when she was just 16, she began working as an official and, over the years, held different roles in motorsports, including at the prestigious Formula 1 Grand Prix of Canada.

Christine has been actively participating in various types of races for over 35 years: as a driver and tuner of her own car, as well as those of other drivers in different categories (including Ice Racing, National Honda/Michelin Series, Production Class, Firehawk Endurance, Formula Libre, F1600), and has contributed to multiple victories.  She has been a Crew Chief in F1600 for more than 20 years, and for the past couple of years, she has assumed the role of mechanic in Formula 4 while managing the logistics and finances of her team.

In addition to her racing career, Christine also works as an instructor in advanced driving and fleet safety.

Her professionalism, enthusiasm, commitment to excellence, and constant concern contribute to highlighting the importance of preparing a car that is not only mechanically safe and fast but also aesthetically fit to reflect the image, values, and dedication of her team.


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