Formula E is also used as a class in kart racing. There it is a 250 cc unlimited class.
Formula E is also a class of open wheel racing within the SCCA. It is also known as Formula SCCA. The true name of the car is a Van Diemen DP06. It is built by Van Diemen, which is part of Elan Motorsports. The car is distributed by SCCA Enterprises.It is powered by a 2.3 liter Mazda inline four cylinder motor. The car is eligible in SCCA as a Formula Enterprise (FE). The car also has a separate set of bodywork that makes it closed wheel. With this bodywork it is eligible in SCCA as a C sports racer (CSR) and also in the L3 class of IMSA Lites.
Formula Enterprise Car Specs Drive Train
Advanced push rod activated system operating on wide based oval section wishbones with the latest anti-intrusion bar requirements. Alloy casting, heat treated uprights with large diameter angular contact bearings. Front anti-sway bars fully adjustable. Four (4) shock system – sealed Bilstein non-adjustable Chassis
Multi tubular steel spaceframe extensively braced in the cockpit and footwell areas. GCR compliant. Bodywork
Formula 1 design features of a high nose, deep side pods and an engine cover with an air intake encompassing the roll hoop Brakes
* Lightweight double acting calipers
* 10-1/2" diameter discs all around
* Cockpit adjustable bias
Front: 8 x 13 by OZ Rear: 10 x 13 by OZ Tires
* Hoosier R45 compound spec racing slicks
* Front: 21.5" x 7.5" x 13.0 in.
* Rear: 22.0 in x 10.0 in x 13.0 in.
* Marked set for qualifying and race.
* Rain tires.
* Wheel base: 102.5
* Front track: 58.5
* Rear track: 55
* Weight: Formula – 1250 lbs. Minimum with driver
* Sports Racer – 1385 lbs. Minimum with driver
* Formula Car:
* Rear wing: Two upper elements, lower element mounted on gearbox
* Bottom: Flat (no ground effects)
* Detachable steering wheel
* Van Diemen rack and pinion unit
* Dry cell battery
* On-board 2.5 kg fire system
* Six point safety harness
* Fuel tank mounted behind the driver’s seat – 7 gallon
* Twin high efficiency aluminum radiators with low drag coefficients housed singularly in each side pod
FE National Champions 2006: Brandon Aleckson 2007: Mark Eaton 2008: TBD