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Forward Trust Formula Three Championship

Oulton Park, 27 Jul 1974

ResultsLapsTime/Speed
1 Brian Henton March 743 [25?] - Ford ohc Holbay
#153 March Engineering
10 0.16.00.0
103.54 mph
2 José Espírito Santo March 743 [2] - Ford twin cam Norvic
#155 Santa Clara Portugal
10 0.16.03.6
3 Alex Dias Ribeiro GRD 374 [094-F3] - Ford twin cam Novamotor
#165 (see note 1)
10 0.16.07.0
4 Tony Rouff GRD 373 [050-F3] - Ford twin cam Vegantune
#159
10 0.16.07.0
5 Danny Sullivan March 723 - Ford twin cam Vegantune
#163
10 0.16.14.8
6 José Chateaubriand March 743 [19] - Ford ohc Holbay
#154 March Engineering
10 0.16.27.6
7 Barrie Maskell Dastle Mk10B - Ford twin cam Holt
#164

UNK Peter Dugdale March 733 [4] - Ford twin cam RWS
#151 Eric Dugdale Group Racing

UNK Frank Scurria Ensign LNF3/72 - Ford twin cam
#150

UNK Marcos Moraes GRD 374 [089-F3?] - Ford ohc Holbay
#158 Team Brasil (see note 2)

DNS Nicholas von Preussen March 733 [12] - Ford twin cam Neil Brown
#152
Did not start
DNS Dick Parsons Ensign LNF3 [71.1] - Ford twin cam
#162 Smiths Crisps Racing
Did not start
DNA Derek Lawrence Ehrlich ES2/3 - Ford twin cam Ehrlich
#160 Dr Joseph Ehrlich
Did not arrive
DNA Robert Joubert Brabham BT41 - Ford twin cam
#161 JNM Racing
Did not arrive
DNA "Teleco" March 733 - Ford twin cam
#157
Did not arrive

All cars are 2-litre F3 unless noted.

Qualifying
1 José Espírito Santo (F3) 2-litre March 743 [2] - Ford twin cam Norvic
2 Brian Henton (F3) 2-litre March 743 [25?] - Ford ohc Holbay
3 Tony Rouff (F3) 2-litre GRD 373 [050-F3] - Ford twin cam Vegantune

Notes on the cars:

  1. GRD 374 [094-F3] (Alex Dias Ribeiro): New to Alex Dias Ribeiro in July 1974, replacing his earlier car crashed at Cadwell Park, and raced in British F3 in 1974 with Hollywood sponsorship. Ribeiro joined the March Engineering F3 team for 1975, so sold his GRD and transporter to Brian Henton. Henton ran the GRD as a hire car for Derek Cook at Monaco in 1975 and for Mike Tyrrell at Brands Hatch a week later, after which it was sold via Mike Gue to the US, where it was bought by Jim Fikse (Seattle, WA). Fikse converted the car to Formula C, with a 1100 cc Cosworth BDJ engine, but crashed it in an early race outing and it needed to be extensively rebuilt, reportedly with a new monocoque. It was repaired in time to be used by Mike Gilbert to win the FC class at the 1976 SCCA Runoffs. It was sold to Peter Gates in March 1977, who raced it in NEDiv FC until the end of 1978. According to the logbook, later owners are Modjean, Jaworski, Slyvester and Greene. Then bought by Bob Darcey (Lakewood, CO) in 1999.
  2. GRD 374 [089-F3?] (Marcos Moraes): New to Team Brasil for Marcos Moraes to race in British F3 in 1974. Also raced by his elder brother Luis Correira Moraes after Marcos Moraes was injured while testing. The car was identified as 089-F3 during 1974. Sold for 1975 to Doug Bassett and continued in British F3, but identified now as 090-F3. Bassett reappeared briefly at the start of 1976 in this car. Subsequent history unknown.

Sources

The identification of individual cars in these results is based on the material presented elsewhere in this site and may in some cases contradict the organisers' orginal results.

These British Formula 3 results have been compiled by Chris Townsend using the main British magazines Autosport and Motoring News but also the US magazine On Track which carried surprisingly good coverage of the British series.

All comments, clarifications, corrections and additions are most welcome. Please email Allen if you can add anything.