# HMR FORMULA 3

The Formula 3 has traditionally been regarded in the pass as the first major stepping stone for F1 hopefuls. It is typically the first point in a driver’s career at which most drivers in the series were aiming at professional careers in racing rather than being amateurs and enthusiasts. The Formula 3 1000cc – according Technical Regulations Formula 3 1964-1970, Formula 3 1600cc – according Technical Regulations Formula 3 year 1973 and Formula 3 2000cc – according Technical Regulations Formula 3 year 1980.Also in this class is accommodated the Formula Super Vee 1600cc – air/water cooled with aerofoil & slick tyres, according Technical Regulations Formel Super Vee 1980; ouble carburettor with slick tyres and according Technical Regulations Formel V and Formula 2 1600cc (no ground effect) according Technical Regulations Formula 2 year 1971.

– Formule Super Vee 1600 – (air) t/m 1975

– Formula Super Vee – (air/water) – with aerofoil & slick Tyres t/m 1980

– Formule Renault t/m 1976

– Formule Junior – (disc brakes) t/m 1963

– Formula 3 1000cc t/m 1970

– Formula 3 1600cc t/m 1973

– Formula 3 2000cc t/m 1980

– Formula 2 1600cc t/m 1971

– must have a flat bottom;

– cars with ground effect are not allowed to participate.

Eligible cars according the FIA Appendix “J”1981 article 277 (F. Libre/National – F. e)