With 2019 Island Magic run and done, the 2019 FVAV Championship has come to a close.
After a competitive year of close racing, Formula Vee has gone one better; it has always been said Formula Vee racing is close, but there’s nothing tighter than a dead heat.
For the first time in Formula Vee history, Island Magic saw a dead heat.
After an extremely close race, which saw the lead changing each lap,
Race 3 saw a dead heat. The race was so close that a single winner could not be distinguished between 16 year old Reef McCarthy and 52 year old Davin Field!
To make the finish even more special; after 159 races this race also doubled as Field’s first Formula Vee race win.
McCarthy, the 2018 Vaughan Colenso’ Young Gun’ made a clean sweep of the weekend’s proceedings after placing on pole in qualifying and winning all three races.
The 2019 FVAV Club Championship came to a close with third-place finisher and Championship leader Heath Collinson taking out the championship over fourth-place finisher Nicholas Jones.
2019 FVAV Club Championship Top 3
Heath Collinson 399
Nicholas Jones 386
Jake Rowe 362
Founded in 1965, Formula Vee is a state championship-based open-wheel racing category in Australia, with an impressing alumnus including Cameron Waters, Jack Le Brocq, Caleb Rayner and Sam Power, Cameron McConville, Larry Perkins, and Jason Bargwanna. For further information, visit www.formulaveevictoria.com.au.