Historic Formula 2
The Historic Formula 2 International Series is open to single seater racing cars built to the appropriate Formula 2, Formula B and Formula Atlantic regulations between 1st January 1967 and 31st December 1978, running to their original specification and using components of a type used in period. A valid FIA Historic Technical Passport (HTP) must be presented.
- HSCC confirms expanded Historic F2 calendar (3rd Dec)
- HSCC Historic F2 and Classic F3 to feature at Silverstone Classic (21st Nov)
- Mitchell wins at Dijon as Simac takes major F2 prize (16th Oct)
- Historic F2 success story at Silverstone GP (18th Jun)
- HSCC racers shine on Silverstone Grand Prix circuit (18th Jun)
Categories and Class structure.
The series is divided into four classes and there will be five individual class winners but no Overall series winner.
Class A Jochen Rindt Trophy: Cars built with engines conforming to original Formula 2 specification with either fuel injection or carburettors manufactured and raced before 1st January1972 with a maximum capacity of 1600cc and with aerodynamic devices.
Class B Vern Schuppan Trophy: Cars built with engines conforming to an original Formula Atlantic or Formula B specification of no more than 1600CC manufactured and raced before 31st December 1975.
Class C Gilles Villeneuve Trophy: Cars with engines conforming to an original Formula Atlantic or Formula B specification of no more than 1600cc manufactured and raced between 1st January 1976 and 31st December 1978 but excluding ground effect cars.
Class D Bruno Giacomelli Trophy: Cars with engines conforming to original Formula 2 specification built and raced between 1st January 1972 and 31st December 1978 with a maximum capacity of 2000cc but excluding ground effect cars.
Class E Jim Clark Trophy: Cars built to conform to either Formula 2 or Formula Atlantic or Formula B regulations but without aerodynamic devices manufactured and raced after 1st January 1967.