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Cash Prize Fund For Formula Ford 2014

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Organisers of the Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain have announced a number of their plans for the 2014 season.

A £30,000 cash prize fund has been introduced for the new campaign, which is amongst the biggest prize funds on offer in UK motorsport.

Alongside this, it’s been confirmed that the championship’s technical regulations will remain unchanged for the coming season, whilst there will also be the introduction of a reverse grid format for the second race of each weekend.

In 2014, the single-seater championship will once again run a 30 race calendar alongside the BTCC.

“The drivers in Formula Ford next year will have some great incentives, not the least of which will be the chance to win their share of a £30,000 cash prize fund,” said Gerard Quinn, Head of Ford Racing in Europe.

“The second-race reverse grid will bring Formula Ford in line with the sporting regulations of many international single-seater series. I am also pleased that the championship’s technical regulations will remain unchanged for the coming season, giving teams and drivers a stable cost platform on which to budget.”

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