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The first are the traditional 1100cc Formula C cars (which have large wings, are allowed aerodynamic tunnels, and full race engines).
The second type is the Formula Ford 2000 (FF2000), which is a flat bottomed, steel tube frame open wheel car with smaller wings and a 2-litre engine derived from the steel blocked Ford Pinto or Ford Zetec engine.
Currently, the vast majority of Formula Continental entrants are FF2000 cars.
Formula Continental at the SCCA National Championship Runoffs
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