Stewart, from Beauly, is on the halfway stage of his debut season within the championship, having been signed up by Hitech GP at first of this 12 months.
His final occasion at Croft, in Yorkshire, was his most profitable up to now, as he recorded a fourth-placed end together with a Rookie Cup victory.
Oliver Stewart feels he is able to make his presence felt among the many frontrunners within the F4 British Championship.
At simply 15, Stewart is among the many youngest drivers competing within the F4 British Championship this season.
Stewart’s subsequent occasion comes this weekend, in the one Scottish race on the calendar, at Knockhill.
Having taken time to adapt following the step up from karting final 12 months, Stewart says he’s more and more feeling at dwelling in his new environment.
Stewart mentioned: “I’ve seen a large change.
“It was an enormous adjustment for me. In karting, I loved being on the entrance – I used to be all the time racing with the quickest drivers.
“To make the soar into F4 and be on the again was an enormous change.
The primary time I went out within the vehicles, I had no confidence in any respect. I didn’t know what the bounds had been, or how good the brakes had been.
“Every part was new to me for the primary possibly 5 or 6 exams, when all people else had achieved 40 days, which remains to be greater than I’ve achieved now.
“I simply had no thought what the automobile was like, so I simply needed to study it and get a really feel for it.
“Now I really feel I’m driving the automobile, relatively than the automobile driving me prefer it was again then.
“I’ve much more confidence, I do know what the bounds are and the way laborious I can brake.
“It’s got to the stage that I do know what makes the automobile unsettled and what doesn’t, so general I’ve realized a lot.