A second point of view on the recent Kings Lynn meeting.
An all-important last race at Kings Lynn before the F1 World Final in September took place on the 29th June
Northampton’s second BriSCA F1 meeting of 2013 saw the final WCQR being staged and a last chance for drivers to gain all important points towards the Semi Finals.
The annual pilgrimage to the Suffolk coast saw a respectable 30 cars arrive for the penultimate World Championship Qualifying round at Ipswich.
Lee Fairhurst became the 2013 British Champion after a masterful drive at Buxton on 16th June.
Birmingham saw Midland’s based drivers picking up the majority of the spoils.
Thanks to Steve Botham, here is a selection of photos from the June Coventry meeting.
With just 34 cars surviving Saturday’s races the promotion took the wise decision to run a traditional two thirds format, in the UK Open Championship Final.
All roads lead to the East for Skegness Stadium’s traditional May speedweekend, with the first title of the 2013 season up for grabs on the sunday, the UK Open Championship.
The prospect of World Qualifying points attracted a larger than usual entry to Belle Vue, with the entry boosted by overseas visitors from The Netherlands.