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Old 3 Sep 2004, 19:52 (Ref:1086263)   #26
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Tim finished 9th.

Top ten were

Bertrand Gachot
Mark Blundell
Paulo Carcasci
Jonathan Bancroft
Damon Hill
Ruari O'Coilean
Alex Arbis
Johnny Herbert
Tim Jones
Perry McCarthy


Some pretty big names that year.
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Old 3 Sep 2004, 20:08 (Ref:1086272)   #27
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Tim was also in the following with the Van Diemen.

EFDA Euroseries FF1600 C/ship R4 Brands 11th VD Scholar RF85

Champion of Oulton R11 1st VD Minister RF85
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Old 8 Sep 2004, 21:41 (Ref:1090341)   #28
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Hello:

Anyone will help me to know the results of the brazilian driver Paulo Carcasci in the British Formula Ford 1600 in the year of 1985?

Thank you...

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Old 14 Sep 2004, 19:54 (Ref:1096666)   #29
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[QUOTE]Originally posted by carrera
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Hello

I got in touch with Steve Farrell the owner of Milldent motorsport

"Of course I remember this car very well. I was the owner of Milldent Motorsport which operated from 1983 through to the end of 1987. In 1985 I bought two RF85s; one for Perry McCarthy.....

Anyone have any results from 1985?



1985 RAC/Townsend Thoresen British FF 1600 C/ship

Round 1 Silverstone PC 5th

Round 2 Oulton PC 3rd

Round 3 Silverstone

18th Perry McCarthy Van Diemen Minister RF85 PC ret'd

R4 Cadwell Park

4th PM VD Minster RF85 PC 1st

R5 Snetterton

PM Retired PC 2nd

R6 Thruxton

7th PM VD M RF85 PC 8th

R7 Silverstone

4th PM VD M RF85 PC ret'd

R8 Brands

PM ret'd PC 5th

R9 Snetterton

8th PM VD M RF85 PC 2nd

R10 Brands

8th PM VD M RF85 PC 3rd

R11 Oulton Park

8th PM VD M RF85 PC ret'd

R12 Castle Combe

5th PM VD M RF85 PC 1st

R13 Donington Park

PM ret'd PC ret'd

R14 Brands

9th PM VD M RF85 PC 1st

R15 Thruxton

PC ret'd

Perry finished 10th in the c/ship. PC finished 3rd.

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JPS Champion of Brands

R10 11th PM VD M RF85

And of course -

First Edition FF Festival and World Cup

Heat 7 PM 8th VD M RF85 Heat 3 PC 2nd

Quarter final PM 9th PC 1st

Semi final PM 9th PC along with Gachot and N Harvey were eliminated in a first lap accident at Paddock. The race was stopped and run over the full distance so PC etc do not feature in the results.

Final PM 18th

Resuls now show Paulo Carcasi - PC
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FF2000 results

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I have loads of FF championship tables 1967-76.There were FOUR national championships at one time in england alone,plus several regional ones.I moved on to FF2000 & F3 around mid 70s.Best Tiga I remember was James Weaver who had a red & yellow one.HHTech I think you need to discover the original owner of yours before its worth looking at results.
Rob, I'm writing up Whatever Happened To the Gold Cup Vol 2 and am looking for FF, FF2000 results from the Gold Cup from 1974 onwards?
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Rob, I have almost all the numbers from 1985 but I have evidenced car 75, unknown driver and car that was 3 seconds slower than the field. Has anyone anyone any idea who this was? They could have been caught out by the wet weather, easily done
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Colin Wright has run a Reynard SF79 for a very long time in the Classic and Historic Formula Ford 2000 championships using the number 75. He was still racing in 2023 so whether he would have been racing in 1985 is a moot point but racing a six year old FF2000 against the latest chassis might explain the three second gap.
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