NZ Formula First Championship

Championship Regulations Published
PDF icon 2016-17 Schedule CH.pdf
PDF icon CH-17-A001.pdf Thursday, 27 October, 2016
PDF icon CH-17-A002.pdf Tuesday, 1 November, 2016
Technical Regulation Published Article/Technical
PDF icon FV-17-A003.pdf Fri 30 Sep '16 Article
PDF icon FV-17-A002.pdf Tue 13 Sep '16 Article
PDF icon FV-17-A001.pdf Wed 07 Sep '16 Article

NZ Formula First Championship Series

Round Date Venue / Results (click on the link) Reports
1 22-23 October 2016 Manfeild Circuit, Manawatu Technical Report
2 19-20 November 2016 Taupo Motorsport Park  
3 28-29 January 2017 Hampton Downs, Waikato  
4 4-5 February 2017 Taupo Motorsport Park  
5 18-19 February 2017 Manfeild Circuit, Manawatu  
6 10-12 March 2017 Hampton Downs, Waikato  
7 25-26 March 2017 Hampton Downs, Waikato  
8 15-16 April 2017 Taupo Motorsport Park  

 

NZ Formula First Championship Points

Pos Car No. Name Hometown Total Rd1 Rd2
1 5 Arran Crighton Auckland 409 210 199
2 2 Bramwell King Palmerston Nth 356 168 188
3 28 Chris Symon Palmerston Nth 337 142 195
4 77 Matt Podjursky New Plymouth 336 160 176
5 19 Reece Hendi-Cox Edgecumbe 290 142 148
6= 53 Dylan Smith Auckland 258 138 120
6= 15 Kaleb Ngatoa Marton 258 114 144
8 71 Amy Smith Auckland 214 117 97
9 41 Alex Hawley Pukekohe 194 108 86
10 25 Travis Day Palmerston North 184 67 117
11 48 Liam Foster Auckland 179 143 36
12 79 Callum Crawley Feilding 174 108 66
13 24 Ron Carter Papamoa 159 105 54
14 47 Ian Foster Auckland 117 54 63
15 63 Bob Dillow Feilding 87 0 87
16 64 Sam Fletcher   46 0 46

updated 21/11/16 after Round 2 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