Formula Ford competitors impressed with Yokohama debut

The new Yokohama control has received rave reviews following its first competitive use in the Australian Formula Ford Series. The Yokohama A048 made its competitive debut as the new control tyre for the Australian Formula Ford Series at Sandown last weekend, following the category’s switch from the Avon ACB10 at the end of last season. As were the indications during pre-season testing, the tyre provided excellent durability and drivability across the Sandown weekend, leaving team owners and leading drivers impressed with the product. According to Mike Borland, head of Borland Racing Developments and the man behind the Spectrum Formula Ford chassis, the Yokohama’s made a flawless debut. “The

Autosport puts Formula Ford in spotlight

Famous British motor racing magazine Autosport has published an in-depth feature on Formula Ford and its place within the modern European junior single-seater landscape. It’s a no-nonsense, honest look at the role that Formula Ford plays – and the potential that the series continues to have. Thanks to Autosport, we’ve obtained a PDF of the article which can be read right here.

The rising star in motorsport shines in National Formula Ford Series opener

With hundreds of drivers hitting the racetracks around Australia last weekend there was a standout performance from a driver that many may not have heard of. This young driver went head to head with seasoned performers and his star shone so brightly that he was the talk of the track. This mild mannered sixteen year old driver has a focus reminiscent of a young Mark Webber. His goal is similar, and if his performance in the opening round of the Australian Formula Ford Series is anything to go by, he is destined for great a future in motor racing. Jayden Ojeda is his name and his performance at Sandown last weekend was one that most were not expecting, even his own competitors. The story is th

Statement from the FFA regarding the wearemotorsporttoo.com website

The Formula Ford Association wishes to clarify their position in relation to the recently launched website titled wearemotorsporttoo.com. The Formula Ford Association is not involved in the coordination nor management of the wearemotorsporttoo.com website. Though the Formula Ford Association may not agree with every choice CAMS makes, we remain in close contact with CAMS management as required to ensure that our members interests are best represented. What CAMS or any other category chooses to do with the management of their category is a matter for them. The Formula Ford Association’s sole focus is on giving members the opportunity to race their Formula Ford cars and we will not be distract

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