With the release of the 2016 Monoposto championship calendar, Finol Oils and Leastone Racing Cars have been able to confirm that the 2016 Finol Star of Tomorrow will receive an all expenses paid race weekend on the iconic Brands Hatch Indy circuit.
The prize has been awarded for the final Monoposto event at Brands Hatch, an event that has seen 3 races and 2 qualifying sessions during past seasons. The winner will enjoy a full days testing prior to the race weekend, enabling him or her to get acquainted with the 160bhp Leastone 1000, along with the undulating Kent circuit.
The Finol Star of Tomorrow is essentially a rookie championship running within the Formula Vee class but it is open to licence holders of all ages, providing they have completed less than 5 race events (the minimum requirement to lift the novice plate from new drivers). The one exception to this rule is Ginetta and Fiesta Junior drivers (14-17 year olds), who are eligible for the championship regardless of how many races they have completed.
About Formula Vee:
Formula Vee was introduced to Ireland in 40 years ago as a budget single seater class and remains so today. with the emphasis on close, cost effective racing, it is popular with both clubman racers and career minded competitors alike. For more information click HERE