ADAC Formel Masters
|Engine suppliers||1.6 litre Volkswagen|
|Last Drivers' champion||Mikkel Jensen|
|Last Teams' champion||Neuhauser Racing Team|
ADAC Formel Masters was an ADAC sanctioned open wheel racing series based in Germany, held annually from 2008 to 2014. It was replacement of the local Formula BMW championship. The first season was in 2008 and is the main feeder series to the ATS Formula 3 Cup (German Formula Three Championship). Like Formula Ford, French F4 Championship and Formula Abarth, the Formel Masters is aimed at karting graduates. In 2015 it was replaced by the ADAC Formula 4.
A race weekend features one 45-minute practice session on Friday, and one 30-minute qualifying session on the same day, followed by three races. The qualifying session is a straight fight for the fastest laptime, and determines the order of the grids for Races 1 & 2.
Race 3 is on Sunday. The grid is decided by the Race 2 result with top 8 being reversed, so the driver who finished 8th on Saturday will start from pole position and the winner will start from 8th place.
Each races longs for 25 minutes.
|Points System For Races 1 & 2|
|Points System For Race 3|
- No points for pole or fastest lap were awarded
With this points system, the most points anyone can score in one round is 65 by winning each race. In Hockenheim round of 2012, Marvin Kirchhöfer became first driver to score all points of the weekend with this point system.