2013 Australian Formula Ford Championship
|2013 Australian Formula Ford Championship|
The 2013 Australian Formula Ford Championship was a CAMS sanctioned Australian motor racing title for drivers of Formula Ford racing cars. It was the 44 national series for Formula Fords to be held in Australia and the 21 to carry the Australian Formula Ford Championship name. CAMS filled the role of Category Manager for the championship. The championship was contested over a seven round series which began on 5 April at the Symmons Plains International Raceway and ended on 8 December at the Homebush Street Circuit. It was won by Anton de Pasquale, driving a Mygale SJ13a.
Teams and driversEdit
The following teams and drivers contested the 2013 Australian Formula Ford Championship. Each car was powered by a 1600cc Ford Duratec engine, as mandated by the category regulations. All drivers were Australian-registered.
|Sonic Motor Racing Services||Mygale SJ13a||2||Anton de Pasquale|
|Mygale SJ12a||3||Simon Hodge|
|Mygale SJ10a||4||Luke Maquis|
|Mygale SJ12a||7||Christian Morina|
|Anglo Motorsport||Mygale SJ10a||6||Jonathan Venter|
|Hamish Hardeman Motorsport||Mygale SJ10a||10||Hamish Hardeman|
CAMS Rising Stars
|Mygale SJ12a||12||Jayden Wallis|
|Mygale SJ13a||14||Macauley Jones|
|Mygale SJ11a||91||Sam Breen|
|Mygale SJ11a||98||Liam Sager|
|Borland Racing Developments||Spectrum 011c||15||Tom Grech|
|Spectrum 014||31||James Golding|
|Synergy Motorsport||Spectrum 012||19||Ash Quiddington|
|Spectrum 014||22||Matt Campbell|
|Spectrum 014||27||Sam Power|
|Spectrum 011b||74||Trent Grubel|
|Spectrum 014||88||Greg Holloway|
|Ellery Motorsport Enterprises||Spectrum 012||24||Nick Ellen|
|RMS Performance Engineering||Spectrum 012||33||Callan Sayers|
|Evans Motorsport Group||Mygale SJ11a||34||Chelsea Angelo|
|Mygale SJ13a||49||Thomas Randle|
|Mygale SJ10a||97||Liam McAdam|
|WKTS Racing||Spectrum 011c||81||Wade Scott|
|Quadrant Creative||Spectrum 011b||87||Tim Hamilton|
|BF Racing||Mygale SJ11a||94||Jordan Lloyd|
The championship was contested over a seven round series.
Championship points were awarded on a 20–16–14–12–10–8–6–4–2–1 basis to the top ten classified finishers in each race. An additional point was awarded to the driver achieving the fastest lap in qualifying at each round of the championship.
The results for each round of the Series were determined by the number of points scored by each driver at that round. The driver gaining the highest points total over the seven rounds was declared the winner of the Championship.
- "2013 Australian Formula Ford Championship Sporting Regulations" (PDF). Australian Formula Ford Championship. Confederation of Australian Motor Sport. Archived from the original (PDF) on 28 April 2013. Retrieved 15 July 2013.
- "Specification of Automobiles" (PDF). Australian Formula Ford Championship. Formula Ford Australia. Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 December 2013. Retrieved 11 December 2013.
- "Randle to make AFFC debut in Townsville". Evans Motorsport. Evans Motorsport Group. Archived from the original on 18 December 2013. Retrieved 15 July 2013.
- "2013 Australian Formula Ford Championship — Final Pointscore" (PDF). Australian Formula Ford Championship. Formula Ford Australia. Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 December 2013. Retrieved 11 December 2013.