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AUSF3: New South Wales F2 season preview

2002 New South Wales Formula 2 Championship 2002 looks to offer some great racing for competitors of the State Formula 2 Championship. Not only for the Formula 2's but a sprinkling of Formula 3 making cameo appearances throughout the year. The...

2002 New South Wales Formula 2 Championship

2002 looks to offer some great racing for competitors of the State Formula 2 Championship. Not only for the Formula 2's but a sprinkling of Formula 3 making cameo appearances throughout the year. The six race State Championship and seven race Club Series visits Eastern Creek in Sydney, Oran Park in Western Sydney and Wakefield Park in Goulburn.

Current Club Champion John Muddle returns in his Ralt RT30, with Ted Dunford in the Reynard 903 favourite to take the title. Kiwi Tom Brickley returns in his Kaditcha with new signing Brendon Cook in a Cheetah Mk 7.

Terry Robertson has his Sirch finally ready with his Cheetah Mk 7 being readied for a new competitor. Kevin Lewis will have his Kaditcha ready soon, but will continue in the Ransberg Cheetah until it's complete. Chris Ahyee and Greg Hunter have shown interest in doing the whole season. Tony Wood will be doing a few meetings, as will Watts, who has a two Cheetah Mk 6's, maybe one can go to his daughter Tracey, who competes in Formula Ford.

Ian Black will dovetail F3 with F2, as will Californian Jeff Brewer, out to do the National F3 championship. Brian Burman makes a return after a two-year absence. Ex speedway driver Craig Dawson returns for a full season this year in the 2000 championship winning car. Ex F3 driver Craig Smith has his Cheetah Mk 8 ready as has Ian Paxton. Veteran Don Hewitt ahs his Dallara sorted, but we will miss Rob Bishop who has retired.

So season 2002 looks quite interesting. Keep posted for further developments throughout the year. See you at the track.

2001 Club Champion John Muddle - Ralt RT30

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Series F3
Drivers Tony Wood