You might wonder what a historic racing series could possibly offer a young driver, especially one that caters to pre-1993 Ford Kent-engined FF1600 cars? Well if you have a listen to organizer James Beckett, quite a bit. Not only is the category relatively cost-effective and competitive, it offers the possibility of attending the lucrative Mazda Road to Indy Shootout competition at the end of the year. It also replaces the SuperSeries that MSVR ran in 2017 and is a legitimate alternative to those drivers who have either a limited budget or who are looking to get seat time in preparation for the Walter Hayes Trophy.
For more details on why the series was created and what it offers, check out this interview with Motorsport Radio that was posted to their Facebook page.