The Modified Ford Series was created to provide ‘the place to race’ for the huge variation of modified Ford cars that have been developed over the past 50 years.
Acknowledging the value of these cars, the vehicle build age is capped at 2010 to encourage cars that are more classic, welcoming the RS marque, the sporting pedigrees and everything fast in between.
It is our belief that the “Sporting Ford” is the most popular and revered single-marque used in racing today and a place to showcase that was needed. The race cars, mainly from the 70’s, 80’s and 90’s but not limited to, have evolved over the last 50 years, therefore very few remain the same, some having more modern engines and other varied and improved performance developments. The technical regulations are structured to promote inclusivity and flexibility for Ford race car owners.
Together with these rules and the Team’s extensive experience in club racing, the Modified Ford Series members and supporters share many common goals;
- To attract the finest racing Fords to enable us to build and sustain our reputation.
- To inspire and encourage regeneration as the appreciation of these cars is expected to remain prevalent for many years to come.
- To excite and encourage spectators back to club motorsport.
Here’s a look at the weekend entry list:
Eligibility & Class Structure;
UK & European Ford model cars (production shape) up to and including 2010.
Class A – All multi-valve forced induction engine Ford cars and all dual-valve forced induction engine Ford cars over 1950cc, plus normally aspirated 24-valve V6’s and all V8 engined Ford cars; 2WD and 4WD permitted.
Class B+ – Normally aspirated multi-valve engine Ford cars over 2251cc and 1.6L Ecoboost engines
Class B – Normally aspirated 16v engine Ford cars between 1751cc to 2250cc, all dual-valve 4cyl/V6 engine Ford cars over 1751cc and dual-valve forced induction Ford cars up to 1950cc
Class C – All normally aspirated engine Ford cars not exceeding 1750cc
Super A & Super B – Any Ford bodied car (production shape) that does not comply with our standard regulations.
Check out the official website for more info.