Red Bull Junior Richard Verschoor won the first ever Spanish Formula 4 race at the Navarra circuit.
The Dutch driver led from pole position to chequered flag, finishing up four seconds clear of Alex Vartanyan in a field made up almost entirely of drivers that are already competing in the similarly Koiranen-run SMP series.
Racing here for the Drivex team co-owned by Pedro de la Rosa, Vartanyan had slipped from second to sixth with a bad start but the Russian produced a fine fightback, passing the battling Roope Markkanen and Jarno Opmeer in one move.
SMP F4 leader Opmeer got ahead of Markkanen – one of six drivers entered by Double R Racing – to complete the podium.
Xavier Lloveras – the solitary Spanish driver present – finished fifth ahead of Tuomas Tujula and Nikita Volegov.
Rasmus Markkanen – involved in race-ending contact for Juho Valtanen on lap one – ended up eighth, with Nordic Formula Renault 1.6 driver Juuso Puhakka and Tuomas Haapalainen completing the finishers.
Vartanyan later claimed pole position for the third and final race of the weekend in the second qualifying session.