Registration will be open soon on MotorsportReg.com. We have found that early entries seem to result in more entries, so please enter as soon as you can, as we often say to folks, entries breed entries. We will let you know as soon as registration is officially open. The kind folks of the Atlanta Region are fantastic hosts and you will really enjoy yourselves, should you decide to join us for the ARRC weekend. Last year’s event saw some very close, terrific FF/CF racing which only gets better if more drivers decide to join in.
The Right Coast Formula F Series is a very down to earth, no nonsense, no bull excrement, keep it simple series. We always welcome every entrant regardless of motor or tire choice. It is about racing with a good field of like-minded competitors. We are looking forward to more terrific racing as we’ve seen all season long.
We sincerely hope that we will see a turnout at Road Atlanta even higher than we had last year so we can close out 2018 on a strong note and set the stage for a very successful US Formula F 50th Anniversary celebration on November 1, 2, and 3, 2019.
All Formula F cars are eligible; Ford or Honda powered, slick or treaded tires; all are welcome. If you have a Formula F you can come and race with us in whatever configuration you choose. We will classify you as you request and you too can race for one of the “unique” Right Coast trophies.
We will be unveiling the logo for the Road Atlanta celebration of the 50th Anniversary of our class at the ARRC this year, a year in advance of the 50th, and if things go as planned we may also have our first version of a tee shirt featuring some special artwork for the 2019 event. But you must enter to get one, so….
Remember, the second ever SCCA National Championship race, won by Skip Barber in a unique Tecno chassis [following up on his 1969 first ever FF championship race win at Daytona in a Caldwell] was held at the then, newly opened Road Atlanta in November 1970. Road Atlanta continued as the home for the SCCA Runoffs for the next 22 years, so there is huge FF history at this wondrous racing track. While the track has changed a bit, it actually races better now with the great passing zone at Turn 10A-B.
Looking ahead to 2019 and the 50th Anniversary we expect to offer several race groups, depending on the number of entries but can see possibly three races, one for treaded tired cars, one for Club Formula F car, and one for Formula F cars, that is the more modern group. Then — ALL will be invited for a grand finale race up to the track limit of cars allowed!
We have a team working hard on a number of items that we believe will make the 2019 event special, but it all begins with you and a really strong turnout at this Prelude to the 50th event on November 2nd, 3rd, and 4th.