Formula Ford EuroCup
The Formula Ford EuroCup, known originally as the European Formula Ford Championship, is the current incarnation of a pan-European championship for Formula Ford competitors last held previously in 2001. The 2011 series was aimed at giving drivers experience at European race circuits. Three national Formula Ford Championships will be involved in the revived 2011 season. These are the British Formula Ford Championship, the Benelux Formula Ford Championship and the Scandinavian Formula Ford Championship. While individual events nominate a winner there is no overarching pointscore to declare a series champion.
The original series was one of the earliest Formula Ford series, first run in 1969 and won by Gerry Birrell driving a Crossle. The series continued to run until 2001 as Formula Ford increasingly became a domestic oriented series with greater emphasis being placed on Formula 3 as a pan-European development Formula. The series was run for many years by the European Formula Drivers Association and run alongside championships for winged classes, Formula Ford 2000 and Formula Opel.
|1983||Gerrit van Kouwen|
Modern series event winners
|2010||Dennis Lind (single event)|
|2011||Scott Malvern (four events)|
|2012|| Eric Lichtenstein (two events)
Antti Buri (one event)
Nick Tandy (one event)