Celebrating 50TH Year of FF1600’s.
Catering for Kent engined Formula Ford 1600s, this superb championship has been a crowd favourite at the circuit since 1969. The Castle Combe Championship is now the oldest in the country and arguably the most successful, blending intense competition with a friendly atmosphere amongst the competitors. Large grids and close racing ensure the success of the Championship for competitors, sponsors and spectators alike!
Four classes allow any type of Formula Ford 1600 to run competitively against it's peers.
|No. of Rounds||8|
|Round to Count||7|
|No. of Laps||15|
|Race Duration||15 Laps|
|MSA Licence Type||National 'B'|
|MSA Championship Grade||D|
|MSA Permit Number||TBC|
Latest FF1600 Championship News
FF1600 Championship in association with Wiltshire College – Round 1 - QualifyingThe galloping prancing horses had warmed up the track nicely, ready for the single seater machines to blow away their winter cobwebs. Most of the usual suspects were back with some new faces too. One notable absence was Adam Higgins, the ex-champion switching to a more roomy cockpit in the Ginetta GT4 Supercup, part of the glamorous TOCA roadshow supporting the British Touring Car Championship.Read Full Story...
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- Saturday 14th October 2017
|Class Type||Class Description||Lap Record|
|Class A - Post 95||Caters for the latest generation cars built after the 1st January 1996.||1:09.866|
|Class B - 1990 > 1995||For cars built between 01/01/1990 and 31/12/1995.||1:10.337|
|Class C - Pre 90||For cars built between 01/01/1982 and 31/12/1989.||1:10.540|
|Class D - Pre 82||Is for pre-1982 classic cars.||1:12.243|