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The Superleague Formula series is a new motorsport series that started in 2008. It is based on a new concept whereby each car represents a association football team, and all cars are identical, so the winner will be decided by the best team/driver combination. Because it is new, it is a good opportunity to be able to standardise and produce good information about the series, the teams, drivers and people involved.
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Feel free to add your name here if you would like to help out with the project (type in # ~~~ at the end of the list to quickly add yourself). Also feel free to use the newly created Superleague Formula Userbox on your userpage!
To be updated
A list of pages associated with the project are located here. Add any to the list that you think are appropriate (regarding drivers, franchise owners, teams, manufacturers and the organisers). You can check for any changes to any of those articles at the related changes page.
Check out the to-do list, and try to complete some of the tasks listed. Remove tasks when you get them done, or add some more if you come across them. Join the project by adding your name above, and contribute your ideas on the discussion page.
If you attend a Superleague Formula event, or are able to obtain public domain or free license images, please upload them and add them to this list (with a quick description), so everyone involved knows what is available to them.
This page is within the scope of WikiProject Superleague Formula, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Superleague Formula on Wikipedia. If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.