Just over thirty cars attended Birmingham with several being in the chase for the final National Points shootout positions which were to be decided that night.
Northampton’s European weekend Saturday night meeting kicked off under dry and sunny conditions which didn’t look likely judging by the amount of heavy rain falling locally pre-meeting.
On the 10th july St Maarten held it’s last F1 stockcar meeting before the prestigious Dutch Open championship held on August 14th.
Skegness was bathed in sub tropical sunshine on Saturday. The pits were also full with masses of cars all ready to do battle in what is often the best all contact weekend of the season.
An impressive turnout saw just under sixty BriSCA F1 stockcars travelled to Coventry, for a full meeting format including the BSCDA Trust Fund race open to star and superstar drivers.
It was a hot and sticky day in Manchester for Belle Vue’s staging of the final World Qualifying Round, and in scorching heat Stu Smith gave a determined drive to take the final.
The tarmac track of Lelystad in Holland held a meeting on the 19th June for the Mainland European Championship.
The second tarmac meeting of a warm and dry weekend saw a lower than expected turnout of 28 cars at Northampton International Raceway to contest the annual Pat Driscoll Memorial Trophy.
The annual trip to the Foxhall Stadium Ipswich saw the penultimate WCQR entice 27 cars to the Suffolk venue with a last chance for drivers favouring tarmac to clinch those all important points towards this season’s Semi Final races.
The grid was formed based on points scored during the heats, which put Paul Harrison on pole with Tom Harris alongside.