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Mailing List

CFR Organized Play

CFR OP is a way to publicize CFR races and rank its drivers.

Calendar, Rankings, and More


There are a couple of game conventions and regional seasons where you can find Championship Formula Racing played. PBeM is great but nothing beats the experience of in-person play.


The World Board Gaming Convention is the largest in-person tournament for CFR that I am aware of and has brought racers from all over the world to compete against each other on 1/64 scale tracks.

News and Rules

Campionato ASGS CFR

The first CFR event I am aware of outside the United States. Also currently the largest season with 9 races in the 2017-2018 season. Culminating in an event at the annual San Marino game convention.

Official Site


A robust group of drivers in Detroit have been organizing seaosn of Speed Circuit for years and have resurected themselves to create a season of CFR only slightly smaller in scale then San Marino's season.

Official Site


Prez-Con has hosted Speed Circuit for years as well. I participated a couple years ago and had a blast. Starting in 2016, Prez-Con will occur twice a year.

PrezCon Web site

DMV Season

2017-2018 saw the start of a small racing season around Washington, DC. Email if you want to know more.

Congress of Gamers

This Rockvill, MD event now happens 3 or so times a year. I've been hosting races there since 2015 with Michael Polcen filling in some times as well. Great low-preasure way to race for the first time.

Congress of Gamers Web site

Play-by-Email (PBeM)

A growing number of great people are hosting and managing various PBeM races using the CFR rules set. I'll add more to this list as I formalize contact information, etc.

P1 Ladder Series

This is the series I have run for a couple of years now. A 3-race season in a pyramid format (where top performers in a series move up to the "higher" series the next year or sometimes for the next race -- replacing bottom finishers from that series). This is the largest PBeM for CFR that I am aware of.

Rules and History


The Redscape series is not much smaller then P1. Also a 3-race season of PBeM every year but always different tracks and bit of a different set-up.

Official Site

Lucid Phoenix Games