Historic Formula Ford Racing is a division of the Historic Racing
and Sports Car Club of New Zealand.
The division features Formula Ford cars that were first raced
between 1967 and 31 December 1989, and includes famous marques
such as Lola, Crossle, Swift and Van Diemen. The cars in the Historic
Formula Ford Racing series run to Formula Ford regulations and
as such the engines "blue printed" engines such as they
fit the rules.
With upwards of twelve race weekends each season, and upwards
of 30 car grids at each event, Historic Formula Ford Racing is
the strongest division of the HRSCC and offers up exciting racing
from the head to the tail of the fields.
The CFC is divided into two divisions: Class 1 (for cars 1967
to 30 June 1980) and Class 2 (for cars 1 July 1980 to 31 December
1989). These cars race in the Chocolate Fish series.
The majority of racing takes place at Hampton Downs Motorsport
Park, but rounds also visit Pukekohe Park Raceway and Manfield
(outside of Palmerston North) and Taupo.
You can contact Craig Munroe the Series Co-Ordinator by email,
- 1st - 40
- 2nd - 35
- 3rd - 30
- 4th - 28
- 5th - 26
- 6th - 24
- 7th - 22
- 8th - 20
- 9th - 19
- 10th - 18
- 11th - 17
- 12th - 16
- 13th - 15
- 14th - 14
- 15th - 13
- 16th - 12
- 17th - 11
- 18th - 20th - 10
- 21st - 24th - 8
- 25th to last - 5
Bonus points of 2 points for fastest lap of weekend (Class 1
and Class 2) - if Class 1 car sets fastest weekend lap, they claim
Class 1 points (2) + Class 2 bonus points (2) for total of 4 bonus
points, and no Class 2 bonus points awarded).
No points awarded for pole.