Nikolaj Rogivue has become yet another driver confirmed for what promises to be a massive grid for the inaugural ADAC F4 season.
Rogivue, 18, signed with the Swiss Motorsport Group squad, formely known as JBR Motorsport & Engineering.
A podium finisher in single-seater championships Remus F3 Pokal and Eset V4 Cup, Rogivue was present at the final round of the 2014 German F3 series at Hockenheim, finishing eighth, 11th and tenth.
He also raced karts last year, becoming the Swiss Rotax Max champion in the Senior class with a round to spare.
Rogivue is SMG’s second Swiss signing, joining Formel Masters veteran Giorgio Maggi.
2015 ADAC F4 line-up so far
|Neuhauser Racing||Tim Zimmermann, Kim-Luis Schramm|
|Mucke Motorsport||Benjamin Mazatis, Mike Ortmann, David Beckmann, Robert Schwartzman|
|Motopark||Joel Eriksson, Jannes Fittje, Michael Waldherr|
|SMG Swiss Motorsport Group||Giorgio Maggi, Mattia Drudi, Nikolaj Rogivue|
|Jenzer Motorsport||Marek Bockmann, David Kolkmann, Moritz Muller-Crepon|
|Piro Sports||Cedric Piro, Toni Wolf, Carrie Schreiner|
|Team Scheider||Mauro Auricchio, Leon Wippersteg|
|Race Performance||Alain Valente, Marylin Niederhauser|
|Van Amersfoort Racing||Mick Schumacher, Harrison Newey, Joseph Mawson|
|RS Competition||Jan Jonck, Glenn Rupp|
|Provily Racing||Job van Uitert|