The latest session for the BriSCA F1s at their spiritual tarmac home of Northampton attracted a fine field of 44 cars including Dutch visitors H6 Geert-Jan Keijzer and H482 Peter van den Bosch, while newcomer 213 Nathan Taylor made his track debut in Adam Slater’s car.
Brisca F1s made their annual visit to Foxhall Heath raceway, Ipswich, on Saturday night. The circuit is one of the few remaining that hosted the sport in it’s inaugural year of 1954.
On a hot, sultry evening fifty-nine cars made the journey to Coventry including the race début of the brand new #16 car with unusual tubular steel chassis.
In the glorious sunshine at Coventry, first race of the night, and separate from the main meeting was the Trust Fund race.
Another Bank Holiday Monday and another Belle Vue, and it was business as usual for the Manchester venue with another no-holds-barred bumper fest of stock car racing.
Despite an unimpressive weather forecast putting people off, Kings Lynn provided some excellent stockcar action which included the legend that is John Lund showing the doubters that he still has what it takes when he wants to.
The BriSCA F1s made their first appearance of 2010 at the superbly appointed Eddie Wright Raceway in Scunthorpe on the hottest Sunday of the year so far.
Birmingham’s World Qualifying round for the F1s drew just over 40 cars to the Bordesley Green venue on a scorching hot May 22nd, and after a night of the yellow tops throughout the heats it was 390 Stuart Smith who made a welcome return to form to take the Final.
The only chance of racing practice before the August Semi final saw over thirty cars make the journey for the World Championship Qualifying round at Buxton Raceway.
The second F1 Saturday night session of the year at Northampton drew a reasonable field of 40 cars for a World Championship qualifier.