Historic Formula 3
These evocative ‘screamers’ competed across the race tracks of Europe between 1964 and 1970. In 2011 the HSCC experimented with its first standalone race for these cars at the Cadwell Park Wolds Trophy, the following year this was extended into a fuller series of standalone races and then into a full championship. With its continued success, for 2015 an Invitation Class has been added for Historic F3 cars built between 1964 and 1970 complying only with Historic F3 1000cc European Trophy Regulations.
There are no upcoming events at this time.
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- Historic F3 plans 60th celebrations in 2024 (27th Jul)
The Championship is open to cars currently running to a configuration in which that individual chassis competed with between January 1st 1964 and December 31st 1970 compliant with International FiA F3 regulations for that period. This will include cars that competed in the Temporada Series which took place at Interlagos 10/1/1971, 17/1/1971, 25/1/1971 and Taruma 1/02/1971 under FiA (1964 – 1970) Formula 3 regulations. No cars may use wings or aerodynamic aids.
All cars must have current FIA or HSCC Vehicle Identification Forms.
Class A Cars which competed between 1/01/64 – 31/12/65 with one litre sidedraught engines
Class B Cars which competed between 01/01./66 and 31/12/70 with one litre downdraught engines, or earlier cars fitted with wider wheels and tyres specified in Class A and /or downdraught engines will run in Class B
Class I Invitation Class for Historic F3 cars built between 1964 and 1970 complying cars only with Historic F3 1000cc European Trophy Regulations.
2012 Dean Forward (Brabham BT21)
2013 Dean Forward (Tecno)
2014 Jim Blockley (Brabham BT21)
2015 Leif Bosson (Brabham BT28)
2016 Simon Armer (March 703/Brabham BT21B)
2017 Jon Milicevic (Brabham BT21B)
2018 Jon Milicevic (Brabham BT21B)
2019 Simon Armer (March 703)
2020 Ian Bankhurst (Alexis Mk8)
2021 Jeremy Timms (Chevron B15)
2022 Simon Armer (March 703)