The 1970 European Formula Two season was contested over 8 rounds. Tecno Racing Team driver Clay Regazzoni clinched the championship title.
Teams and driversEdit
|Round||Race||Circuit||Date||Laps||Distance||Time||Speed||Pole Position||Fastest Lap||Winner|
|1||Wills Trophy||Thruxton||30 March||46||3.791=174.386 km||0'57:41.0
1 lap down
|Jackie Stewart||Jochen Rindt|| Jochen Rindt|
|2||Jim Clark-Rennen/Deutschland Trophäe||Hockenheim||14 April||20+20||6.769=270.76 km||1'22:01.3||198.065 km/h||Jochen Rindt||Dieter Quester||Clay Regazzoni|
|3||Gran Premio de Barcelona||Barcelona||26 April||45||3.79=170.55 km||1'08:07.6||150.205 km/h||Derek Bell||Derek Bell||Derek Bell|
|4||Grand Prix de Rouen-Les-Essarts||Rouen||31 May||25||6.541=163.525 km||0'51:24.0
|Ronnie Peterson||Tim Schenken|| Jo Siffert|
|5||Gran Premio del Mediterraneo||Pergusa-Enna||23 August||31+31||4.845=300.39 km||1'28:03.5||204.676 km/h||Jacky Ickx||Clay Regazzoni||Clay Regazzoni|
|6||Flugplatzrennen Tulln-Langenlebarn||Tulln-Langenlebarn||13 September||35+35||2.7=189.0 km||1'13:45.82
|Clay Regazzoni||François Cevert|| Jacky Ickx|
|7||Gran Premio Città di Imola||Imola||27 September||28+28||5.018=281.008 km||1'30:50.4||185.606 km/h||Clay Regazzoni||Jacky Ickx||Clay Regazzoni|
|8||Preis von Hessen und Württemberg||Hockenheim||10 October||35||6.789=237.615 km||1'16:34.4||186.186 km/h||Ronnie Peterson||Dieter Quester||Dieter Quester|
Race 2, 5, 6 and 7 were held in two heats, with results shown in aggregate.
Race 1 and 4 were held with two semi-final heats and the final run, with time only shown for the final.
Race 1, 4 and 6 was won by a graded driver, all graded drivers are shown in Italics.
Final point standingsEdit
For every race points were awarded: 9 points to the winner, 6 for runner-up, 4 for third place, 3 for fourth place, 2 for fifth place and 1 for sixth place. No additional points were awarded. The best 6 results count. One driver had a point deduction, which are given in ().
Only drivers which were not graded were able to score points.
Race 5 not all points were awarded (not enough finishers).
- ^ "1970 European F2 Trophy". motorsportmagazine.com. Motor Sport Magazine. Retrieved 1 April 2018.
- ^ Higham, Peter (1995). The Guinness Guide to International Motor Racing. p. 214. ISBN 0851126421.