NZ Formula First Championship

Championship Regulations Published
PDF icon 2017-18 Schedule CH.pdf
PDF icon CH-18-A001.pdf Friday, 15 December, 2017
Technical Regulation Published Article/Technical
PDF icon FV-18-A001.pdf Tue 29 Aug '17 Article

NZ Formula First Championship Series

Round Date Venue / Results (click on the link)
1 20-22 October 2017 Manfeild Circuit, Manawatu
2 17-19 November 2017 Taupo Motorsport Park
3 1-3 December 2017 Taupo Motorsport Park
4 2-4 February 2018 Taupo Motorsport Park
5 9-11 February 2018 Manfeild Circuit, Manawatu
6 23-25 February 2018 Manfeild Circuit, Manawatu
7 9-11 March 2018 Hampton Downs, Waikato
8 30 March-1 April 2018 Pukekohe Park Raceway

 

NZ Formula First Championship Points

Pos Car No. Name Hometown Total Rd1 Rd2 Rd3
1 15 Kaleb Ngatoa Marton 546 210 209 127
2 79 Callum Crawley Feilding 530 202 165 163
3 48 Liam Foster Auckland 477 175 159 143
4 5 Reece Hendl-Cox Edgecumbe 449 170 129 150
5 11 Conrad Clark Taupo 428 148 105 175
6 28 Chris Symon Palmerston Nth 364 87 135 142
7 55 Amy Smith Auckland 343 90 106 147
8 60 Taylor Hurst Auckland 288 99 63 126
9 14 Billy Fraser Auckland 274 107 81 86
10 63 Bob Dillow Feilding 271 114 67 90
11 16 Blake Evans Rotorua 265 110 122 33
12 24 Louis Redshaw Palmerston Nth 259 90 101 68
13 41 Alex Hawley Pukekohe 225 99 74 52
14 92 Cameron Dance Auckland 210 72 80 58
15 33 David Scammell Feilding 192 0 108 84
16 25 Travis Day Palmerston Nth 189 0 78 111
17 22 Craig Greenwood Taupo 180 60 66 54
18 21 Shaun Logan Taupo 176 42 74 60
19 40 Paul Butler Auckland 164 50 64 50
20 31 Nathan Sudiono Auckland 147 0 42 105
21 47 Ian Foster Auckland 61 61 0 0

updated 5/12/17 after Round 3 of 8 - PROVISIONAL

Formula First is an entry level single seater racing class where the emphasis is on driver skill and race-craft rather than horsepower or budget. It is a relatively low-cost formula and provides the best place to start a car racing career. Formula First racing is one of the closest forms of motorsport you'll ever see. Since the cars are all powered with the same 1200cc engines, races often come down to tactics and positioning, rather than outright car speed. It is common to have the first three or four cars finishing within .3 or .4 of a second of one another.

Official Series Website - www.formulafirst.co.nz