Three minutes with: Will Brown - National Formula Ford

With the upcoming National Formula Ford round in Queensland we had a chat with local fast charger Will Brown to see where he is at and where he is planning on going. Will had a great performance in Round 2 of the Australian Formula Ford Series taking out the win in all three races. He enters round three in his home state as a definite favourite. Hi Will. First up, tell us how old you are now, and when did you start racing in Karts? I'm 18 now, and I started in karts when I was 12. Toowoomba has produced some quick drivers in recent times. Do you think that this has been the Will Power effect, or is the local Kart scene particularly strong, or do you think it’s something else? Not sure if it

Queensland throw out "Taco of Cash"Challenge for Round 3 of the Australian Formula Ford Se

With Round 3 of the Australian Formula Ford Series looming at Queensland Raceway as part of the Shannons Nationals event, the local Formula Ford 1600 competitors have thrown out an official challenge to southern drivers called “Taco of Cash”. Unfortunate state level date clashes with other FF1600 series hasn;t deterred the Queensland competitor base from attempting to build the best "Kent" grid since the ctaegory re-joined the national series. The Queensland drivers have offered a $1,500 prize to any driver located south of a line running from Grafton, NSW to Canarvon, WA in the Formula Ford 1600 category that can beat the local drivers by winning all three races at the round. The Formula Fo

QLD State Series Round 3 Report

Round 3 of the Queensland Formula Ford Series saw a few missing faces, but still had the promise of some very tough racing on a very cool weekend. Very cool for us Northerners anyway. Mitch Maddren, following on from his form at the last round at QR, surprised no one with pole position, but his 1:21.9 was 2 seconds faster than the time he qualified with when we were here earlier in the year. That was a surprise! Harri Jones was a full second behind, with Tom Corbett posting a 1.23.1, James Corbett, really struggling with grip posted a 1.23.7 between off track excursions. Karla Curtis was the other big improver over her previous showing at this venue, posting a time 3 hundredths behind James

QLD State Series Round 3 Report

Round 3 of the Queensland Formula Ford Series saw a few missing faces, but still had the promise of some very tough racing on a very cool weekend. Very cool for us Northerners anyway. Mitch Maddren, following on from his form at the last round at QR, surprised no one with pole position, but his 1:21.9 was 2 seconds faster than the time he qualified with when we were here earlier in the year. That was a surprise! Harri Jones was a full second behind, with Tom Corbett posting a 1.23.1, James Corbett, really struggling with grip posted a 1.23.7 between off track excursions. Karla Curtis was the other big improver over her previous showing at this venue, posting a time 3 hundredths behind James

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