2013 British Formula Ford Championship
|2013 British Formula Ford Championship|
|2013 ToCA Support series:|
2013 Ginetta Junior Championship
2013 Ginetta GT Supercup
2013 Porsche Carrera Cup GB
2013 Renault Clio Cup UK
The 2013 Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain was a multi-event, open-wheel single seater motor racing championship held across England and Scotland. The championship featured a mix of professional motor racing teams and privately funded drivers, competing in Formula Ford cars that conform to the technical regulations for the championship. This season saw the championship adopt a single class format, with all drivers using the latest cars built to the Formula Ford EcoBoost specification. There was also an award for the highest placed rookie. It was the 37th British Formula Ford season and returned to the TOCA tour to form part of the extensive program of support categories built up around the BTCC centrepiece.
The season commenced on 31 March at Brands Hatch – on the circuit's Indy configuration – and concluded on 13 October at the same venue, utilising the Grand Prix circuit, after thirty races to be held at ten meetings, all in support of the 2013 British Touring Car Championship.
Along with the move to support the BTCC, the championship underwent several other technical changes. The championship adopted the new Formula Ford EcoBoost 200 regulations, which included an increase in the EcoBoost engine power from the previous season, along with the new addition of a fully adjustable aerodynamic package which includes front and rear wings previously never seen before in the British Formula Ford Championship. In late October 2012, the series organisers announced that from this season Duratec class cars will be ineligible for the championship, leaving only the EcoBoost class.
Drivers and teams
All teams are British-registered.
Race calendar and results
|Round||Circuit||Date||Pole position||Fastest lap||Winning driver||Winning team||Scholarship winner|
(Indy Circuit, Kent)
|30 March||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Pablo Maranzana|
|R2||31 March||Dan Cammish||Scott Malvern||Dan Cammish||JTR||Pablo Maranzana|
|R3||Dan Cammish||Scott Malvern||Dan Cammish||JTR||Pablo Maranzana|
(National Circuit, Leicestershire)
|20 April||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
|R5||21 April||Dan Cammish||Luke Williams||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
|R6||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Pablo Maranzana|
|4 May||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Andy Richardson|
|R8||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
|R9||5 May||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Andy Richardson|
(Island Circuit, Cheshire)
|8 June||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Sam Brabham|
|R11||9 June||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Sam Brabham|
|R12||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
|22 June||Harrison Scott||Harrison Scott||Dan Cammish||JTR||Pablo Maranzana|
|R14||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
|R15||23 June||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
|6||R16||Snetterton Motor Racing Circuit
(300 Circuit, Norfolk)
|3 August||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
|R17||4 August||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
|R18||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
|7||R19||Knockhill Racing Circuit
|24 August||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Pablo Maranzana|
|R20||25 August||Pablo Maranzana||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Pablo Maranzana|
|R21||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Pablo Maranzana|
|8||R22||Rockingham Motor Speedway
(International Super Sports Car Circuit, Northamptonshire)
|14 September||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Sam Brabham|
|R23||15 September||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||Dan Cammish||JTR||Sam Brabham|
|R24||Dan Cammish||Jayde Kruger||Dan Cammish||JTR||Harrison Scott|
(National Circuit, Northamptonshire)
|28 September||Max Marshall||Juan Angel Rosso||Camren Kaminsky||JTR||Sam Brabham|
|R26||29 September||Max Marshall||Andy Richardson||Jayde Kruger||Jamun Racing||Sam Brabham|
|R27||Max Marshall||Max Marshall||Harrison Scott||Falcon Motorsport||Harrison Scott|
(Grand Prix Circuit, Kent)
|12 October||James Abbott||Harrison Scott||Juan Angel Rosso||Jamun Racing||Harrison Scott|
|R29||13 October||Simon Rudd||Jayde Kruger||Juan Angel Rosso||Jamun Racing||Harrison Scott|
|R30||Juan Angel Rosso||Andy Richardson||Juan Angel Rosso||Jamun Racing||Andy Richardson|
Bold – Pole
|Guest nations ineligible for points|
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