Heritage Formula two rule details. (July 2018).
Heritage Formula Two stock car racing reflects the early years of the sport, starting in 1960 when racing for small cars called ‘Junior Tens’ was launched at Tamworth Stadium and ending at the conclusion of the 1972 season prior to the ‘modern era’ of entirely custom built racing cars. The following regulations combine the spirit of the sixties with issues of safety required today.
Drivers of ‘Specials’ and cars with lowered bodies are not permitted to hit full height cars in the corners. This is to reflect the comparative maximum cornering speed of the three types.