Formula One Rejects Big Car Championship
The Formula One Rejects Big Car Championship was an German-based series created and run by former F1RWRS driver Jeroen Krautmeir. It debuted in 2014, replacing the now defunct Formula 1 Rejects Champ Car Championship. It didn't survive that long, going defunct after two rounds after the commercial right-holder of the series went bankrupt. The remains of the series were eventually merged with the struggling American IndyCar series to form the F1 Rejects Indy Championship Series.
Teams must choose a chassis and engine supplier from a set list, all of which meet minimum size standards. Any combination of the following are available;