F4 UAE: Logan Hannah makes her debut in F4 test at Yas Marina Circuit

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Logan Hannah – “The recent F4 UAE test at Yas Marina Circuit was my first time in an F4 car and first time on the track and I really enjoyed it. Overall it went really well and working with my race engineer I focused on improving with each session on braking points and getting the right lines for the corner entry and exit. It was great being back out with the Energy Dubai race team who I had started my kart racing career in 2014. I am hoping to be back in the car for Round 1 of the F4 UAE Championship in mid-December.”

Graeme Hannah – “The toughest part of Logan’s F4 test for me was to try separate my concerns as her Dad, and about what could have happened from the overwhelming sense of pride at her achievement and how calm and determined she was in her approach to the whole experience. I asked her what she was thinking when she first joined the track out of the tunnel from the F1 pitlane exit and she told me her mind was totally focused on what she had to do in the car….not quite my own reaction several years ago screaming “OH YEAH BABY” inside my helmet, almost missing my first braking point.”

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