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Welcome to 2019 season of the Formula Vee Association of Victoria championship, on these pages you will find items associated with 2019. Calendar Club Championship point score Victorian State Circuit Racing Championships point score Club Newsletters 2019 Committee The 2019 Committee was elected at the AGM. Once again, we have Nic Jones back for another year as […]
Find outlined below the structure for our points system. FVAV Club Championship points are to be made up of all gazetted Formula Vee rounds as at 01/01 each year including the VSCRC rounds and Island Magic. You must be an FVAV Member before the first round you compete to be eligible to collect points. Non-FVAV […]
Why get a Club Permit? Advantages of the Club Permit Scheme (CPS): The VicRoads fee is made up mostly of the TAC insurance. If extrapolated out over 365 days it can be seen to be fair value for the lesser period of 45 or 90 days. Because it is a permit, probationary drivers can drive […]
Here you can find the point score for the Victorian State Circuit Racing Championship. Congratulations to Jake Rowe, the 2019 CAMS Victorian Formula Vee State Champion! 2019 Round 5 Round 4 Round 3 Round 2 Round 1
Congratulations to our 2019 FVAV Club Champion Heath Collinson. This makes Heath a two-time back to back FVAV Club Champion after previously winning the championship in 2018. 2019 FVAV Club Championship Top 3: Heath Collinson Nicholas Jones Jake Rowe Rounds completed: Round 1: Sandown International Raceway Round 2: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit Round 3: […]
Below is the calendar for the year Event Location Date Round 1 Sandown 2-3 March Round 2 Phillip Island 4-5 May Round 3 Sandown 15-16 June Round 4 1 Sandown 20-21 July Round 5 Phillip Island 28-29 September Round 6 2 Phillip Island 23-24 November 2019 Presentation Dinner and AGM Ringwood RSL 7 December 1FVAV […]
2019 Round 1 – Sandown wrap up. Formula Vee Victoria returned to Sandown for round 1 action were a grid of 20 cars/members came to play. It was a very hot weekend of 35C+ temperatures for all 3 days, unfortunately after Friday practise we were down to 18 cars because of the Bunyip State Park […]
FVAV Membership provides: Membership to a Motorsport Australia affiliated sporting car club and access to all Motorsport Australia benefits Eligibility for the FVAV Club Championship points and trophies Voting rights Access to the Club Permit Scheme available through VicRoads Exposure in the Vic State Racer Newsletter and website to keep you up to date with all the latest club news Family-friendly […]
You’ve been watching your motor racing heroes like Craig Lowndes, Mark Webber, Peter Brock, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso on TV for as long as you can remember. You’ve been lying in bed and reading about Formula 1, about V8s, and about apexes, understeer, oversteer, brake balance etc. “I can do better than all of […]
Web: www.wintonraceway.com.au Phone: (03) 5766 4235 Address: 41 Fox Street Winton VIC 3673 Formula Vee 1200 Lap Record Driver: Nicholas Jones Time: 1:37.3358 Car: Stinger 01 Date: 06/05/2001 Formula Vee 1600 Lap Record Driver: Kieran Glover Time: 1:35.4042 Car: Jacer Date: 24/08/2008
Web: www.sandown.net.au/motoring Phone: (03) 9518 1300 Address: Sandown Racecourse 591-659 Princess Hwy Springvale Victoria 3171 Formula Vee 1200 Lap Record Driver: Jason Kerr Time: 1:31.33 Car: Sabre 01 Date: 31/07/2004 Formula Vee 1600 Lap Record Driver: Ben Porter Time: 1:26.9198 Car: Checkmate JP02 Date: 25/07/2010
Web: www.phillipislandcircuit.com.au Phone: (03) 5952 2710 Address: Back Beach Road Phillip Island Victoria Formula Vee 1200 Lap Record Driver: Daniel Reinhardt Time: 1.56.8004 Car: Elfin Date: 04/09/2005 Formula Vee 1600 Lap Record Driver: Matt Stubbs Time: 1.52.2869 Car: Jacer 2K9 Date: 26/09/2010
There are a few quick ways for the paddock cruiser or spectator to determine if a car is a 1600 or a 1200 Formula Vee at a glance. Most State Championship Regulations specify that 1200 Formula Vees should run a 100mm wide pink band on the front suspension and a 1600 car should run a […]
A Dorian timer is the transponder device required at most circuit races in Australia in order for the race timing system to work. If the car you purchased or leased does not have a dorian timer, you can buy one through Dorian Industries, Factory 1, 29 Graham Court, Hoppers Crossing VIC, 3029. Phone: (03) 9931 […]
Many circuits which run regular “open practice” days do not require the driver to hold any sort of license, however this depends on the track you are practicing at, and you should contact the track for more information.
You do not have to have any experience at all to start racing a Vee. All you need to do is pass your CAMS driver observation test, and obtain a CAMS PCC license.
It depends on the make of car, but drivers as tall as 193cm or 6’4″ have raced Vee’s in recent years. Most new cars made from 2003 onwards also take advantage of an increase wheelbase and car length regulation to make it easier for taller drivers to fit into the cars.
Many weekend racers prefer never to leave Formula Vee once they have started, and there are members that have been racing Vee’s for over 10 years. Some of the younger or more serious racers progress to Formula Ford, or Formula 3, and some end up with a professional V8 drive. Cameron McConville, Larry Perkins, John […]
You need to be 14 years of age (16 in NSW) to hold a CAMS PCC license, which is required to race a Formula Vee in Australia.
Formula Vee is arguably the most competitive open-wheeler category in Australia. It has consistently by far the biggest fields, and there are far more registered Formula Vee’s in Australia than any other open-wheeler category can boast. The low power of Formula Vee’s promotes very close racing with packs forming much like with 125cc motor cycle […]