The BRDC Formula 4 Championship began in 2013 and Lanan Racing excelled, winning the championship with Jake Hughes. The championship title was retained a year later as George Russell and Arjun Maini battled for the title, claiming the top two spots in the standings for Lanan Racing. A more challenging 2015 saw Lanan Racing filling the top three places before bad luck dropped them back.
2016 sees another new start, as the champiosnhip becomes the BRDC British Formula 3 Championship due to the brand new Tatuus-Cosworth F4 car populating the championship. With three cars on the grid, Lanan Racing can be expected to be back in the title fight.