By on May 19, 2014

Honda K24 engine

Honda’s Honda Performance Development announced this week that it will provide the power for the upcoming Formula Lites series, an open-wheel series sanctioned by SCCA Pro Racing with the goal of developing young professional drivers on their way up the competitive ladder.

Autoblog reports the power will come in the form the K24 2.4-liter four-cylinder, which will be mated to the FIA Formula 3-spec Crawford FL15 chassis and delivering an unknown amount of power to the rear set of Pirellis all of the cars will be wearing around the track.

The Formula Lites series, designed to keep costs down while providing a reliable competition platform for those who wish to someday run at Indy or Monaco, will run at select events this year before running a full schedule in 2015

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4 Comments on “Honda Selected To Power Upcoming Formula Lites Series...”


  • avatar
    Morea

    “… those who wish to someday run at Indy …”

    Do young men still dream of winning the Indy 500?

    • 0 avatar
      FormerFF

      Traditionally, that would be those coming from quarter midgets, but they may now be dreaming of NASCAR.

      Personally, I’m not sure there’s a need for another support series. This one sound’s like it’s trying to take the place of Formula Atlantic, and any successful graduates would probably wind up in Indycar or United Sportscar.

  • avatar
    indi500fan

    Honda is the series sponsor for USAC midgets and quarter midgets also.
    They’ve got both paths covered.

  • avatar
    Steve65

    That looks like a lot of flywheel for a race motor. I assume it’s just a generic “K24″ image…


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