You've been watching your motor racing heroes like Craig Lowndes, Mark Webber, Peter Brock, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso on TV for as long as you can remember. You’ve been lying in bed and reading about Formula 1, about V8s, and about apexes, understeer, oversteer, brake balance etc. "I can do better than all of them! Webber couldn't pass a car if they moved over and waved him through!" Or maybe you've been racing karts since you were 8 years old, and now that you are 14 its time to think of making the first big move into real racing cars - real racing cars like Formula Vee! The … [Read More...] about About
What do I need to race a Vee
Racing a Vee is easy. All you need is your race attire (suit, helmet, boots, socks, gloves, and balaclava), a simple tool… [Read more]
How fast do Formula Vee’s go?
The top speed of Vee’s depends on the track. At fast tracks such as Phillip Island in Victoria, or Eastern Creek in NSW, speeds of in excess of 190kph can be reached…[Read more]
Is there a national championship
There is one race meeting each year known as the “Formula Vee National Challenge”. It is held in a different state each year. Everyone is welcome to…[Read more]
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Frequently Asked Questions
How much does it cost?
This varies greatly depending on how often you want to race, and how competitive you want to be. A typical social racer, who competes in a 6-round state series will likely spend…[read more]
What do I have to do if I want to start?
Firstly you need to join your state’s Formula Vee association. Then you need to organise a car by either purchasing one, or find a car that you can lease. You should also either…[read more]
Can I practice or test a Formula Vee?
Some tracks hold weekly or less regular “open practice” days in which any car can compete. Cost for these days is typically $100-$200 depending on the track. Contact your…[read more]
Can I buy a new Formula Vee?
Yes, there are several Formula Vee manufacturers in Australia at this time that can make you a brand new Formula Vee. Jacer, Mako, Borland, Stinger, Rapier and Polar all…[read more]