Formula Atlantic is a specification of open wheel racing car developed in the 1970s. It was used in professional racing through the IMSA Atlantic Championship until 2009 and is currently primarily used in amateur racing through Sports Car Club of America Formula Atlantic.
The history of Formula Atlantic begins with the SCCA Formula B class, created in 1965 for single-seat formula cars with engines not exceeding 1600cc in capacity.
This developmental series has spawned such driving greats as Gilles Villeneuve, Jacques Villeneuve, Michael Andretti, Scott Goodyear, Johnny O"Connell and others.
This example is a March Formula Atlantic with a Wenz 1600cc Cosworth BEA engine and has a Bahner tub. The chassis number of this car is 76B-8. This car is currently wearing the Citi Bank livery. This car comes with spare body panels.