Monoposto Racing Club Announce MonoZtec 2013 Monoposto Championship Class for Formula Ford Zetecs
Monoposto Racing Club is pleased to announce that its 2013 Championship* will include a Class for cars complying with Formula Ford Zetec regulations, with the exception of tyres which will be “free”. The new Championship Class will be called MonoZtec. This initiative follows discussions with the FF Zetec community and provides a strong Championship platform for this cost effective and versatile type of car.
The existing very popular Mono1800 class will continue unchanged. Mono
1800 caters for cars powered by the Formula Ford Zetec engine, the Formula
Ford 2000 engine, and the 16v Formula Vauxhall Junior engine. Mono1800
allows engineering development of cars in areas such as transmission and
aerodynamics which are not permitted under FF Zetec Regulations.
Monoposto Chairman Nick Harrison said: “Formula Ford Zetecs are already a very popular and cost-effective way to compete in Monoposto racing, and we believe that creating a specific class for them will both provide excellent value for money racing, and help to further strengthen this category of car”.
Formula Ford Zetec competitor Mark Edwards said: “Monoposto is a great place to race, and we believe this initiative will be perfect for us to grow the class further. We are also hoping to increase co-operation with racers of similar cars in France, Germany, Portugal, the Netherlands and Nordic countries ”.
Monoposto Championship Co-ordinator Simon Davey said: “We are really pleased that we’ve been able to introduce this new class. These cars are certainly one of the best ways to enjoy value-for- money single seater racing.
*2013 Monoposto Championship Regulations are subject to MSA approval.
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