December 18, 2013
2014 Arrive and Drive
Less than $45k for the entire season! 

The 2014 FormulaSPEED2.0 Season Arrive & Drive

Two-Day Weekend Program - $43,750


  • Use of a FormulaSPEED2.0 race car

  • 6, two-day, race weekends (12 races)

  • 1 set of new race tires per weekend (6 sets)

  • Professional Mechanic

  • Shared Engineer, data, and video analysis

  • Car transportation & crew travel to away events

  • Car fitting (custom bead seat not included)

  • Hospitality (lunch, snacks and beverages)

Items not included:

Driver travel, driver safety equipment, race entry fees (approximately $5,000)


Contact Telo Stewart at 707.935.9761 to schedule a test day

The 2014 FCC presented by Goodyear Schedule
The upcoming season will include twelve races, five tracks, and the FIA World Touring Car Championship Event at Sonoma Raceway. More info about the 2014 schedule...
  • MAR 15-16 Sonoma Raceway FCC Exclusive with NASA
  • APR 26-27 Thunderhill Raceway Park FCC Exclusive with NASA
  • MAY 24-25 Thunderhill Raceway Park FCC Exclusive with NASA
  • JUNE 5-8 Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca SFR SCCA
  • JULY 4-5 Portland International Raceway FCC Exclusive
  • SEPT 13-14 Sonoma Raceway FCC Exclusive with FIA WTCC 


About the Series

The West Coast FCC series and FS2.0 are two great solutions for drivers looking to move up into The Mazda Road to Indy.


Since 2005 The Formula Car Challenge presented by Goodyear has been graduating racers up into the pro ranks. FCC graduates have won the 12 Hours of Sebring, multiple races in Indy Lights, Porsche Cup and Prototype Championships and more. Starting in 2012 the series has been using a new class of car (the FS2.0) to provide racers with a cost effective way to gain the optimum amount of track time and experience.


Michael Whelden won the National FormulaSPEED2.0 Championship in 2012, and went on to secure the FCC Pro Formula Mazda Championship the following year. His successes lead to him making the final five selected by Mazda Motorsport to compete in the Mazda Club Racer Shootout. Whelden also parlayed his successes into a seat with the Lexus factory team at this year's 25 Hours of Thunderhill.

Here is what Michael Whelden said about his time racing the FS2.0, "Racing the FormulaSPEED2.0 with World Speed Motorsports was a fantastic learning platform for open-wheel racing. Driving the FormulaSPEED2.0 was great for learning excellent car control and helped me progress as a driver. World Speed Motorsports was exceptional at teaching me how to communicate with engineers to get the best setup for the race weekend. Together, they prepared me for a successful 2013 Formula Car Challenge season in the Pro Formula Mazda. I am very excited to have progressed forward in the series and continue to improve my driving and find success at the top."


Parker Nickin won the 2013 FCC Regional FS2.0 Championship, and moved up into Pro Formula Mazda for the last race weekend of the 2013 season. Nicklin qualified on pole, and took the class win in only his second Pro FM race. "We designed the FormulaSPEED2.0 to be a great learning tool for drivers interested in eventually moving into Pro FM," noted World Speed President Telo Stewart. "These results, and easy transitions have proven that this goal was met."


Visit the Formula Car Challenge presented by Goodyear for more information

About the FormulaSPEED2.0
This clean slate open wheel spec formula car is designed to fit drivers up to 6" 5". It is also the most tightly specified formula car to date. The design team worked with icons of the industry to build a competitive racecar that is extremely durable, safe, and fast! 

Engine - Dry sump 2.0 Liter MAZDASPEED MZR High Output with forged crank and rods. Variable valve timing with 195 horsepower. Engine mapping designed and provided by Hasselgren Engineering. ECU provided by Cosworth/Pectel. 
Transmission - Hewland FTR 6 speed sequential transaxle rated for 240 ft/lbs of torque. Hewland transaxles have won multiple F1 and IndyCar championships. This is the very same transaxle used in Formula 3, GP3, and Star Mazda racecars. Power is transmitted through a custom MAZDASPEED racing clutch.

Aerodynamics - Adjustable multi-element front, and dual element adjustable rear wing. 

Data Acquisition - Aim EVO4 with steering wheel display. Five fully configurable analog channels, integrated GPS module and tri-axial accelerometer, EVO4 gives the driver all key information for the best vehicle tuning and driving technique improvement.


Tires - The FormulaSPEED2.0 was designed around the fast and affordable Goodyear Formula Eagle G19 racing tire. 


Bodywork - GRP composite with 4 layer Kevlar side protection, composite helmet surround, and composite front crash structure


Chassis - The chassis is constructed of 4130 round tubing which is the same quality of construction found in Daytona Prototypes, NASCAR's Car of Tomorrow, and NHRA Top Fuel racecars. The chassis also features a bonded and riveted aluminium undertray ,firewall, and side panels.


Suspension - Push rod, activated Ohlins TTX dampers and springs with upper and lower wishbones at front and rear, billet 7075 aluminum uprights and adjustable anti-roll bars. Highly desirable streamlined tubing is used to fabricate the a-arms.

Steering - rack and pinion unit with quick release steering wheel  

Brakes - Aluminum calipers, floating discs, cockpit adjustable brake bias

Wheels - 13" diameter - 8" front and 10" rear


SafetyThe FormulaSPEED2.0 was designed to exceed the Sports Car Club of America's strict safety requirements for their fastest class - Formula Atlantic. more info on safety...


AdjustmentsThe FormulaSPEED2.0 is designed to be a spec race car, with no adjustments or changes that would cause an increase in the cost of competing. That does not mean that nothing can be adjusted or changed. The FormulaSPEED2.0 does offer many of the same adjustments that you would find in FIA F2, GP3, Formula 3, Pro Mazda Championship, Indy Lights, and most other junior open wheel classes. This is what is adjustable on the FS2.0:

  • Front dampers - rebound & compression
  • Rear dampers - rebound & compression
  • Adjustable front anti roll bar
  • Adjustable rear anti roll bar
  • Front spring pre-load
  • Rear spring pre-load
  • Ride height
  • Rake
  • Camber
  • Toe
  • Caster
  • Front wing flap angle
  • Rear upper wing angle
  • Rear lower wing angle
  • Tire Pressures
  • Brake Bias (cockpit adjustable)
Visit for more information.


Telo Stewart at World Speed Inc.
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