Drivers competing in GB4 will race for a number of incentives in 2023, with a total of £54,000 available in prizes, while Formula Ford racers have the opportunity to scoop £20,000 towards a seat in GB4 in 2023.

Major cash prize for series champion
The winner of the 2023 GB4 Championship will again be rewarded with a £50,000 contribution towards their 2024 single-seater racing programme. 

The biggest fund available in UK junior single-seater racing, the £50,000 can be put towards a campaign in either GB3 or British Formula 4 for the following season, and will be paid to the team that the driver contracts with as part of their career progression towards hopefully F1. 

Full terms for the award of prizes are set out in the Sporting Regulations.  

Cash for pole positions
The George Russell Pole Position Cup awards cash sums of £125 and a trophy for pole positions secured in qualifying, with a £1,000 end of year prize for the driver with the most poles. The team of the driver with the most poles also claims a £1,000 end of year prize. The total prize pot for the George Russell Pole Position Cup is £4,000.

National Formula Ford shoot-out for £20,000
The £20,000 shoot-out prize for the BRSCC's National Formula Ford Championship will return in 2023. The top-three teenage drivers in the National Formula Ford Championship will be invited to take part in a three-way GB4 shoot-out at the end of the season, with the winner scooping £20,000 towards a 2024 campaign in GB4. The 2022 prize went to Colin Queen, who has since secured a drive in the 2023 GB4 Championship with Fortec Motorsport.