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1971 Australian Formula 2 Championship

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1971 Australian Formula 2 Championship

The 1971 Australian Formula 2 Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title for drivers of Australian Formula 2 racing cars. It was the fifth Australian Formula 2 Championship.

Contents

Calendar

The championship was contested over a six heat series with one race per heat. Heats were staged concurrently with those of the 1971 Australian Drivers' Championship which was open to drivers of both Australian Formula 1 and Australian Formula 2 cars.

  • Heat 1, Governor's Trophy, Lakeside, Queensland, 6 June
  • Heat 2, Angus & Coote Diamond Trophy, Oran Park, New South Wales, 27 June
  • Heat 3, Glynn Scott Memorial Trophy, Surfers Paradise, Queensland, 29 August
  • Heat 4, Victoria Trophy, Sandown Park, Victoria, 12 September
  • Heat 5, Symmons Plains, Tasmania, 25 September
  • Heat 6, Rothmans Trophy, Mallala, South Australia, 11 October
  • Points system

    Championship points were awarded on a 9-6-4-3-2-1 basis to the first six placegetters in the Formula 2 class at each heat. Each driver could retain points only from his/her best five heat results.

    Results

    Note:

  • Only four Formula 2 cars were classified as finishers at Heat 4
  • Only three Formula 2 cars were classified as finishers at Heat 5
  • Only two Formula 2 cars were classified as finishers at Heat 6
  • References

    1971 Australian Formula 2 Championship Wikipedia


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