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Kevin Foster was one of the 40 drivers selected for FEED RACING 2022 and won the final at the Nevers Magny-Cours Grand Prix track. By winning the selection, he was offered a full season in the French Championship of FFSA Circuits, in the French Championship F4 series.

After finishing second in Race 1 and taking his first win in Race 3 at Nogaro, Kevin Foster heads to Nevers Magny-Cours in second place in the Championship.

In Race 1, on the track that saw him win the Feed Racing School final last September, Foster scored the points for 6th place. Race 2 allowed him to close the gap and reach the podium in 3rd place behind Frenchman Adrien Closmenil and Leonardo Megna.

The last day of competition was going to be filled with countless overtaking and incessant battles for the podium. Kevin FOSTER did everything in his power to honor his FEED RACING title on the same circuit where he won it. At the checkered flag of race 3, FOSTER moved up to second place following a penalty for Evan Giltaire.
The results were in keeping with the rivalry between the Frenchman and the Canadian.

The winner of the FEED RACING steering wheel, managed by Patrick Lemarié, will have at heart to put forward the colors of the Nièvre and Feed Racing during the next stage in Pau and has not finished to make speak about him during the season 2023 of the Championship of France F4.