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Eleven of 21 F1600 Formula F Championship Series races run in 2016 were decided by a victory margin under one-tenth of a second
There were 20 races that were decided by a victory margin of half-a-second or less, and of the tight races, three came down to thousandths of a second. The closest finish came at New Jersey Motorsports Park, where Calvin Ming won by .001 seconds. The result was so tight it took multiple camera angles to verify the results as anxious drivers waited for trophy hardware next to the podium.
It was four years ago in October that Bamford, from Toronto, Ontario, made his debut in a Van Diemen
Steve Bamford found his way to the F1600 Formula F Championship Series in 2011, made his F2000 Championship debut at the end of 2012, and worked on improving each weekend – culminating in a dominating 2016 season that saw him win the F2000 Championship in the No. 7 Rice Race Prep Citation.
Formula Race Promotions will announce its 2017 schedule shortly
Formula Race Promotions (FRP) announced today an updated class structure for the 2017 F1600, F2000 and Atlantic Championship Series, while lowering entry fees and still providing three live hours of track time per class per Championship weekend.
Neil Verhagen won an exciting Friday evening F1600 Formula F Championship Series race at VIRginia International Raceway
After taking the white-flag three wide, K-Hill’s Verhagen emerged to win by a few car lengths after a race-long all-green-flag battle among four cars on the F1600 Championship finale weekend in Virginia. It is one step closer to the title for the F1600 points leader. Kaylen Frederick and Phillippe Denes followed for Team Pelfrey.
Action gets going on Friday morning from VIRginia International Raceway
Formula Race Promotions (FRP) heads into its season finale at VIRginia International Raceway this weekend with four drivers eligible for the F1600 Formula F Championship Series title, which all comes down to this final triple-header weekend.
“We offer karts-to-cars all under one roof”
Tumenas Motorsports has enjoyed a strong season in F2000 Championship Series competition with Steve Jenks, and is now expanding its program to offer a karts-to-cars system for aspiring drivers, moving them from karting into both F1600 and F2000, operated by Formula Race Promotions (FRP).
“Our goals are aligned to draw interest and participation from the vast motorsports market within the Hoosier network”
Hoosier Racing Tire and Formula Race Promotions (FRP), which organizes the Atlantic, F2000 and F1600 Championship Series, today announced a three-year contract renewal which will see Hoosier remain the official tire of all three Championships through the 2019 season.
The winner will receive a $200,000 reward to join the Cooper Tires USF2000 Championship Powered by Mazda in 2017
With his drive at New Jersey Motorsports Park to win the 2016 Atlantic Championship Series title, K-Hill Motorsports driver Ryan Norman has earned himself a spot at the Mazda Road to Indy USF2000 $200K Scholarship Shootout.
“My goal is to have a good time, close racing, and hopefully challenge for the win. I have raced at Pitt before and love the track with the additions. It is a ton of fun, especially through the new back section.”