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1974 Australian Formula 2 Championship

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1974 Australian Formula 2 Championship

The 1974 Australian Formula 2 Championship was a CAMS sanctioned motor racing title for drivers of Australian Formula 2 racing cars. It was the eighth Australian Formula 2 Championship to be awarded by CAMS.



The championship was contested over an eight round series with one race per round.

  • Round 1, Hume Weir, Victoria, 16 June
  • Round 2, Oran Park, New South Wales, 23 June
  • Round 3, Amaroo Park, New South Wales, 21 July
  • Round 4, Calder Park Raceway, Victoria, 18 August
  • Round 5, Symmons Plains, Tasmania, 22 September
  • Round 6, Phillip Island, Victoria, 13 October
  • Round 7, Adelaide International Raceway, South Australia, 27 October
  • Round 8, Lakeside, Queensland, 8 December
  • Points system

    Championship points were awarded on a 9-6-4-3-2-1 basis to the first six eligible finishers at each round. Only holders of a General Competition License issued by CAMS were eligible for points and each driver could retain points only from his/her best seven round results.



  • New Zealander Ken Smith (March 712M/732 Ford) finished 4th at Hume Weir and 6th at Amaroo Park but was not eligible for points.
  • Malaysian driver Sonny Rajah (March 732 Ford) finished 6th at Hume Weir and 3rd at Symmons Plains but was not eligible for points.
  • There were only four eligible finishers at the Symmons Plains round.
  • References

    1974 Australian Formula 2 Championship Wikipedia

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