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Old 8 Aug 2020, 14:31 (Ref:3993803)   #1
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Maxx Formula

Last season there was a second Boss GP series: Maxx Formula. Now if I go on their website, it's not working. So is that series still existing? Are they racing in 2020?



Klaas Zwart was driving there with his Jaguar for example.
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Old 19 Aug 2020, 19:58 (Ref:3996548)   #2
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The MAXX Formula is listed as one of the supporting events at the Total Truck Prix at Most over the weekend of 28.8.2020 to the 30.8.2020. They are also listed as racing at the Spa Hat Trick meeting on the 10th/11th October albeit with no spectators allowed at the moment. For details of the Most Total Truck Prix go to www.fiaetrc.com
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Old 20 Aug 2020, 12:39 (Ref:3996648)   #3
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thanks for the information. Very sad that their website isn't working.
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Old 9 Sep 2020, 15:33 (Ref:4001162)   #4
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The Maxx website has been revamp in the end of August, that's maybe why you could not access at that time.

Now you can visit the website and see the latest results and news. There is also a Facebook page and an Instagram account.

The first event of the Maxx Formula 2020 season was as part of the Czech Truck Prix in Most as mentionned above. 14 drivers entered the race there, with some F1, GP2, Indycar, Superleague Formula and F3000.

Next meeting is in Monza (with the GT Open) on September 26-27 and the season final will be in Spa on October 10-11.

The eligible cars are the same as in the Boss serie, however the regulations of the Maxx serie is slightly different.
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Old 10 Sep 2020, 14:20 (Ref:4001435)   #5
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what are the differences in regulations?
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Old 10 Sep 2020, 16:32 (Ref:4001467)   #6
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what are the differences in regulations?
Boss GP has only two classes. Open for Formula One and Indy/Champcar, Formula for the rest of the grid.

Maxx Formula has three classes:
- Prestige (Formula 1 from 1997)
- Advance (Formula 1 between 1992 – 1996, GP2 Series, Champ Car, IndyCar, Auto GP, SuperLeague Formula and similar)
- Master (Formula 1 up to 1991, Formula 3000, Formula Nippon, World Series by Nissan/Renault and similar)
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Old 11 Sep 2020, 13:50 (Ref:4001675)   #7
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Thank you.
For me, both series should merge.
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Old 18 Sep 2020, 10:45 (Ref:4003468)   #8
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Thank you.
For me, both series should merge.
The Maxx Formula was set up by former drivers from the other serie that were not satisfied by how Boss was run or whose cars were not welcome anymore.

Even if I understand your point (bigger grid etc...), it's very unlikely that both serie would merge.
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Old 18 Sep 2020, 13:05 (Ref:4003506)   #9
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so the same mistake like ChampCar/IRL
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Old 18 Sep 2020, 15:13 (Ref:4003540)   #10
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Didn’t realise ChampCar and IRL were for old, fat, wealthy owner/drivers with old cars that are far too fast for them.
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Old 3 Feb 2021, 11:06 (Ref:4033204)   #11
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The 2021 calendar of the Maxx Formula has been released.
5 race meetings in 5 different countries with a voluntary late start because of ongoing travel restrictions within Europe.

June 11-13, Le Castellet, France
August 6-8, Assen, Netherland
August 27-29, Most, Czech Republic
September 24-26, Monza, Italia
October 22-24, Barcelona, Spain
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Old 3 Feb 2021, 16:28 (Ref:4033274)   #12
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Any news about drivers/cars so far?
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Old 4 Feb 2021, 11:58 (Ref:4033410)   #13
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It's too early to have a clear pictures regarding the starting grid.
Thus being said, most of the teams from the previous seasons are expected to return. And I know that some new drivers have expressed interest to join the serie.
I think a grid of 15-18 is realistic.
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Old 8 Jun 2021, 09:28 (Ref:4055267)   #14
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Here is the entry list for the first round of the season in Paul Ricard with 15 cars.

Prestige class:
- Veronika Jaksch, Toro Rosso STR8 F1
- Wolfgang Jaksch, Super Aguri SA06 F1
- Didier Sirgue, Williams FW33 F1

Advance class:
- Christian Eicke, Dallara GP2
- Hans Laub, Dallara GP2
- Peter Göllner, Dallara GP2
- Anton Werner, Dallara IndyCar
- Martin Kindler, Dallara GP2
- Pierre Schroeder, Wolf GB08 Extreme
- Christopher Brenier, Panoz DP09B Superleague
- Gilles Brenier, Panoz DP09B Superleague
- David Moretti, Dallara GP2

Master class:
- Stephan Glaser, Dallara WS Renault
- Nicolas Matile, Lola Auto GP
- Karl-Heinz Becker, Dallara WS Nissan

Not as many drivers as expected but an interesting mix of cars.
A total of 24 drivers registered for the 2021 season, so it looks good for the following meetings
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Old 8 Jun 2021, 12:29 (Ref:4055284)   #15
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My opinion: combine Boss-GP and Maxx Formula and you would have an awesome grid.
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