2011 will see the Australian Formula Ford Championship return to the Clipsal 500 for the first time in four years.
The Adelaide street event ran without any open-wheeler classes this year, after the Formula 3 Australian Drivers Championship was dropped from the program.
The news comes as a part of a provisional 2011 Formula Ford calendar issued today, confirming six of the championship's eight rounds.
The remaining two rounds are still being negotiated between Formula Ford and V8 Supercars Australia.
Albert Park, Hidden Valley, Townsville and Sandown held rounds in 2010 but are not yet locked in.
Category Manager Magaret Hardy said that confirmation of the last two rounds will be made in due course.
“It's important to make it clear that an eight round championship will take place in 2011, but at this stage we're working with V8 Supercars Australia to confirm the remaining two rounds,” said Hardy.
“As a category we're excited about returning to the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide. The event has become one of the marquee events of the V8 Supercar Championship, so it's great that as Australia's premier junior development category, Formula Ford can be involved.
“It's also a boost returning to Phillip Island, it's always been a competitor favorite and the venue creates some of the best Formula Ford racing seen anywhere in the country.”
See below for the provisional 2011 Australian Formula Ford Championship Calendar