, 2022-12-18 17:36:23,
In 2023 the Australian Formula Ford Championship will return to the Supercars scene with a trip to the Tasmania SuperSprint the highlight of the new seven-round calendar.
The 2023 Australian Formula Ford Championship and Australian FF1600 Championship kicks into gear on March 24-26 at Queensland’s Morgan Park followed by a round at Sydney Motorsport Park.
The third round of the season will be on the Supercars support card at Simmons Plains on May 19-21.
Formula Ford’s national exposure will continue when it is part of the Winton SpeedSeries round on the June long weekend where organisers hope a “V8 themed festival” can be created.
The championship remains in Victoria with rounds at Sandown and Phillip Island before crossing the border to South Australia’s The Bend Motorsport for the October season finale.
The 2023 Australian FF1600 Championship will be confirmed at a later date with different options being considered and expressions of interests being requested.
The 2023 calendar is slightly more balanced than 2022 with the only change Tasmania replacing the second SMP round. In total the seven rounds are spread across four states.
The Australian Formula Ford Championship continues to be one of the biggest talent factories in the national motorsport scene with the champions list featuring the likes of Bathurst 1000 winners Chaz Mostert, Nick Percat, David Reynolds, Jamie Whincup, Will Davison, Garth Tander, Jason…
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