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Bumper field for Formula Ford finale

Daniel Herrero

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Thursday 26th September, 2019 - 1:04pm

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There are set to be 33 Formula Fords racing at Phillip Island this weekend

The national and Victorian Formula Ford fields will combine to form a 33-car grid for their season finales this weekend at Phillip Island.

Angelo Mouzouris heads the national title race with a 28-point margin to Zac Soutar having won the last round at Wakefield Park.

Thomas Sargent is another 28 points behind, with 20 on offer for each race win and one for pole.

Also among the field is Richard Davison, father of Alex and Will, who will drive his Van Diemen RF95 with which Garth Tander won the 1997 Australian Formula Ford Championship.

Qualifying will be split into separate sessions for the 18 Duratec cars and 15 Kent cars, before Race 1 on Saturday afternoon and another two on Sunday.

Meanwhile, CAMS has told Speedcafe.com that it is open to discussions with Formula Ford organisers about the category’s status in light of the discontinuing of the Australian Formula 4 Championship.

Entry list: Round 7, Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit

Num Driver Team/Sponsor
Duratec class
2 Angelo Mouzouris Sonic Motor Racing Services
3 Courtney Prince Sonic Motor Racing Services
4 Jay Hanson Sonic Motor Racing Services
5 Callum Hedge Sonic Motor Racing Services
6 Paul Zsidy Borland Racing Developments
10 Zac Soutar  
11 Lachlan Mineeff CHE Racing
14 Matt Holmes Junior Racing Developments
19 Spencer Ackermann  
32 Timothy Edwards  
36 Cody Burcher Synergy Motorsport
44 Jordyn Sinni  
47 Thomas Sargent CHE Racing
53 Ben Bargwanna  
60 Cody Donald  
66 Ben D’Alia  
77 Kyle Gurton Sonic Motor Racing Services
78 Andrew Petrou  
88 Harrison Goodman BF Racing
98 Conor Nicholson  
Kent class
1 Brendan Jones Borland Racing Developments
7 John Pereira  
16 George Thornton Ellery Motorsport
17 Peter Fitzgerald  
22 Doug Williams Ellery Motorsport
40 Richard Davison Ellery Motorsport
45 Jarrod Costello  
46 James Meaden  
48 Scott Tidyman  
72 Anthony Mann  
80 Jason Liddell  
87 Tim Hamilton  
94 Joshua Glinn  

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