Formula V6 Asia

Formula V6 Asia

Infobox motorsport championship

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category = Formula Renault 3.5
inaugural = 2006
drivers =
teams =
constructors = Tatuus
engines = Renault
country/region = Asia
folded =
champion driver = flagicon|UK James Winslow (2007)
champion team = flagicon|CHN Team Meritus (2007)
website = []

Formula Asia V6 Renault, renamed Formula V6 Asia in 2007 by Motorsport Asia, was launched in 2006 and regulated by Motorsport Asia. Its a Formula Renault 3.5 that include also World Series by Renault and the former Formula Renault V6 Eurocup.

For the first time, Southeast Asian-based drivers were able to progress from karting, through the ranks of junior single seaters, and step up to a programme specifically designed to groom them for the pinnacle of international motorsport.
This Series was the latest addition to the Championships already organised by Motorsport Asia, namely the Asian Touring Car Championship, Formula BMW Asia and the Porsche Carrera Cup Asia Series in the region's leading motorsport event, the Asian Festival of Speed.

The first championship, in 2006, was won by Indian driver Karun Chandhok, who beat fellow Asians Ananda Mikola and Hanss Lin to win the title.

The crowned driver was rewarded with a test in a World Series by Renault car at Paul Ricard [ [ Ebrahim Wins Grand Race while Winslow Crowned FV6A Champion] , 4/11/2007] .


The series ran with Tatuus chassis carbon monocoque and a Nissan-sourced 3.5 L V6 engine. Michelin is the tyres supplier.

* engine : Renault Type V4Y RS, 60° V6, 3498 cc
* chassis : Tatuus Carbon-fibre Monocoque, carbon and fibreglass bodywork
* width : 1850 mm (72.8") maximum
* wheelbase : 3000 mm
* track : 1579 mm (front) and 1536 mm (rear)
* weight: 590 kg
* Fuel : 90 litres
* suspension front and rear with torsion bar, push-rod, twin struts
* telemetry, and steering wheel
* sequential gearbox, six gears
* Wheels : Single piece magnesium with central nut, 10 x 13 (front) and 13 x 13 (rear)
* Tyres : Michelin dry and rain, 24 x 57 x 13 (front) and 31 x 60 x 13 (rear)

Complete [ regulations] (PDFlink|1= [] |2=210 KB)

Point System


External links

* [] , official Formula V6 Asia web site.
* [] , official Motorsport Asia web site.

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