Donington Park in Derby was the venue for rounds nineteen, twenty and twenty-one of the 2014 BRDC Formula 4 series.
Having made good progress at the recent official test at the same venue, Diago Menchaca qualified sixth just .3 off pole position with teammate Charlie Eastwood right behind him in seventh. The duo finished sixth and eighth respectively in race one.
This put Eastwood on pole position for race two, his first of the season, and he made no mistakes to lead the pack into Redgate corner for the first time. Eastwood set the fastest lap of the face as he eased away from the battling pack, his first win in the class seemingly within his grasp. Unfortunately, he took a little too much kerb at the Old Hairpin which bounced the car off and across the track dropping him to tenth. Diego Menchaca was on charge, however, and made amends for the team by crossing the line in third place, taking his first podium, with Rodrigo Fonseca finishing in eighth place.
Eastwood lined up for the final race in seventh place but charged up through the order, finishing fourth and just missing out on a podium finish having had a hectic scrap with Jordan Albert for third in the closing stages. Menchaca continued his superb day with a strong run to second, his best result of the season and his second podium of the day, just under the gearbox of winner Arjun Maini, the pair well clear of the chasing pack.