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2021 Australian Formula Ford Championship Schedule Released

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The Australian Formula Ford Championship has been around for a half-century now, but 2020 marked the very first time the racing series was canceled, due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Thankfully, the Formula Ford Association has confirmed that the show will go on in 2021, and has released a full schedule so that eager racing fans can go ahead and mark their calendars now.

The 2021 Australian Formula Ford Championship will be comprised of seven rounds, held in four different states – Victoria, South Australia, Queensland, and New South Wales – from March through December.

This year, the Formula Ford Championship will team up with the Australian Motor Racing Series (AMRS) for four events, while the other three events will take place as part of New South Wales and Victorian State Championships in an effort to keep things as cost-effective as possible without compromising the competitiveness the series has become known for.

As has been the case in prior years, a separate championship for FF1600 cars will take place as sort of a three-round “series within the series.”

Here is the schedule in its entirety:

2021 Australian Formula Ford Championship Schedule:

Round 1: March 6th-7th at Sydney Motorsport Park (AMRS)
Round 2: May 21st-23rd at Wakefield Park Raceway (NSW State Championship)
Round 3: June 11th-13th at Winton Motor Raceway (AMRS)
Round 4: July 23rd-25th at Sandown Raceway (Vic State Championship)
Round 5: August 6th-8th at Queensland Raceway (AMRS)
Round 6: September 24th-26th at Phillip Island GP Circuit (Vic State Championship)
Round 7: December 3rd-5th at The Bend Motorsport Park (AMRS)

2021 Australian Formula Ford “Kent” Championship Schedule:

Round 1: March 6th-7th at Sydney Motorsport Park (AMRS)
Round 2: August 6th-8th at Queensland Raceway (AMRS)
Round 3: December 3rd-5th at The Bend Motorsport Park (AMRS)

The Formula Ford Association will release more information about the upcoming 2021 season in the coming weeks.

We’ll have more on the 2021 Formula Ford Championship soon, so be sure and subscribe to Ford Authority for around-the-clock Ford news coverage.

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Written by Brett Foote

Brett's lost track of all the Fords he's owned over the years and how much he's spent modifying them, but his current money pits include an S550 Mustang and 13th gen F-150.

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