2012 Australian Formula Ford Championship
|2012 Australian Formula Ford Championship|
The 2012 Australian Formula Ford Championship was a CAMS sanctioned national motor racing title for drivers of Formula Ford racing cars. It was the 43rd national series for Formula Fords to be held in Australia and the 20th to carry the Australian Formula Ford Championship name. The championship was contested over an eight round series which began on 16 March at the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit and ended on 18 November at Winton Motor Raceway. Australian Formula Ford Management Pty. Ltd. was appointed as the Category Manager by CAMS for the series, which was officially known as the "2012 Australian Formula Ford Championship for the Ford Fiesta Cup".
The championship was won by Jack Le Brocq driving a Mygale SJ12A for the CAMS Rising Stars / Minda Motorsport team.
Teams and drivers
The following teams and drivers contested the 2012 Australian Formula Ford Championship. All teams and drivers were Australian-registered.
|Sonic Motor Racing Services||Mygale SJ12A||2||Garry Jacobson|
|Mygale SJ11A||3||Rhett Noonan|
|Mygale SJ08A||4||Anton de Pasquale|
|Anglo Motorsport||Mygale SJ10A||6||Jonathan Venter|
|Borland Racing Developments||Spectrum 014||7||Shae Davies|
|Spectrum 012||19||Ash Quiddington|
|Synergy Motorsport||Spectrum 014||10||Scott Andrews|
|Spectrum 014||10||Liam Sager|
|Spectrum 012||22||Matt Campbell|
|Spectrum 014||27||Sam Power|
|Evans Motorsport Group||Mygale SJ10A||12||Liam Sager|
|Mygale SJ10A||48||Jake Fouracre|
|Mygale SJ06A||88||Greg Holloway|
|CAMS Rising Stars
|Mygale SJ11A||14||Macauley Jones|
|Mygale SJ12A||49||Jack Le Brocq|
|Mygale SJ11A||96||David Sera|
|Super Charge Batteries||Spectrum 011b||17||Luke Fraser|
|Crabtrees Real Estate||Mygale SJ07A||20||Gavin Dumas|
|Richter Racing||Spectrum 011b||21||Dylan Richter|
|Team BRM||Mygale SJ12A||30||Tom Goess|
|Mygale SJ09A||32||Jon Mills|
|Mygale SJ11A||41||Simon Hodge|
|State Fleet Services||Spectrum 011c||36||Matthew Roesler|
|BF Racing||Mygale SJ11A||94||Jordan Lloyd|
The championship was contested over an eight round series with three races per round. All races were held in Australia.
|1||Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit||15–18 March||Jack Le Brocq||Mygale SJ12A|
|2||Symmons Plains Raceway||30 March–1 April||Garry Jacobsen||Mygale SJ12A|
|3||Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit||18–20 May||Jack Le Brocq||Mygale SJ12A|
|4||Townsville Street Circuit||6–8 July||Jack Le Brocq||Mygale SJ12A|
|5||Queensland Raceway||3–5 August||Mathew Hart||Spectrum 014|
|6||Sandown Raceway||14–16 September||Garry Jacobsen||Mygale SJ12A|
|7||Mount Panorama Circuit, Bathurst||4–7 October||Jack Le Brocq||Mygale SJ12A|
|8||Winton Motor Raceway||16–18 November||Anton De Pasquale||Mygale SJ08A|
Championship points were awarded on a 20–16–14–12–10–8–6–4–2–1 basis to the top ten classified finishers in each race. An additional point was awarded to the driver gaining pole position for the first race at each round.
Note: The driver who attained pole position for race one of the round is indicated by bold font applied to his race one result.
- 2012 Australian Formula Ford Championship Sporting Regulations As archived at and retrieved from www.webcitation.org on 13 December 2012
- Specification of Automobiles - Formula Ford As archived at and retrieved from www.webcitation.org on 14 December 2012
- 2012 Australian Formula Ford Championship Pointscore (24 poinstcorers only) Archived at and retrieved from www.webcitation.org on 14 December 2012
- "Albert Park Grand Prix Circuit 18/03/2012 2012 Formula 1 Qantas Australian Grand Prix". National Software. 18 March 2012. Retrieved 19 March 2012.