NZ Formula First Championship

At present there have been no amendments to the Technical regulations posted above. Check back regularly to ensure you have the most up to date copy of the Technical Regulations for your class.

NZ Formula First Championship Series

Round Date Venue
1 25-26 October 2014 Taupo Motorsport Park
2 16 November 2014 Pukekohe Park Raceway
3 6-7 December 2014 Pukekohe Park Raceway
4 31 January-1 February 2015 Hampton Downs, Waikato
5 14-15 February 2015 Manfeild Circuit, Manawatu
6 21-22 February 2015 Manfeild Circuit, Manawatu
7 21-22 March 2015 Hampton Downs, Waikato
8 4-5 April 2015 Taupo Motorsport Park

 

NZ Formula First Championship Points

Pos Car No. Name Hometown Total Rd1 Rd2 Rd3
1 23 Brody McConkey Paraparaumu 578 180 217 181
2 34 Michael Shepherd Palmerston Nth 556 196 202 158
3 11 Bramwell King Palmerston Nth 541 195 172 174
4 26 Ryan Hellier Auckland 473 165 135 173
5 58 Brook Reeve Blenheim 437 158 99 180
6 61 Elliot Andrew Wellington 421 126 120 175
7 18 Jacob Smith Auckland 411 153 132 126
8 66 Arran Crighton Auckland 353 103 124 126
9 24 Ron Carter Papamoa 248 78 84 86
10 47 Ian Foster Auckland 242 97 145 0
11 40 Paul Butler Auckland 228 78 76 74
12 16 Robert Steven Wakefield 220 50 76 94
13 71 Amy Smith Auckland 211 48 79 84
14 33 Dave Scammell Feilding 195 0 97 98
15 59 Matt Podjursky New Plymouth 193 66 81 46
16 63 Bob Dillow Feilding 192 99 0 93
17 27 Nik Pervan Taupiri 159 70 89 0
18 48 Liam Foster Auckland 116 58 58 0
19 28 Chris Symon Palmerston Nth 94 94 0 0
20 22 Craig Greenwood Taupo 66 66 0 0
21 15 David Russell Wellington 62 0 0 62
22 41 Alex Hawley   56 0 0 56

updated 8/12/14 after Round 3 of 8

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