The SCCA Formula B class was created in the 1960s as a single-seat formula series with engine capacities not to exceed 1600 cc in capacity. The Formula Atlantic class began in England in 1971 and borrowed the rules form the US Formula B series. The engines, mostly provided by Costworth / Ford, were 1600 cc in capacity and featured twin-cams.

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