At last, the time had come for the bigest race of the 2010 season, the BriSCA F1 stock car World final.
The friday night World Final warm up for the Oversea’s competitors saw thirty cars nestled nicely in the bottom pits. Of the World Finalists, all eight Dutch qualifiers were present alongside New Zealander Scott Joblin.
After the rather lacklustre Sunday afternoon session in June, Belle Vue returned to top form in its traditional Bank Holiday Monday evening slot, and in front of a massive crowd, local boy Andy Smith raced to a heat and final double.
The first National Points Shootout round of the 2010 season saw fifty cars make their way to the asphalt track of Birmingham Wheels.
The Under 25s Championship 2010 was the first race of the night at Birmingham’s Shoot Out round and saw twenty-two young guns take to the track.
Visitors to NIR, were greeted with the news that 515 Frankie Wainman Jnr had suffered damage during pre-meeting practice, and was unlikely to feature in the meeting.
A brief overview with Video and photographs from the 2010 Gold Cup that was run over the weekend of the 14th and 15th August at the ‘new’ Venray Raceway in Holland.
The Dutch Open Championship was staged at Sint Maarten Raceway on Sunday 8th August, where veteran racer Fred Hink (35) reclaimed the title that he had previously won in 2001.
Coventry’s August offering might well have been billed the World Final warm up, such is the anticipation building towards the big race at Brandon in September.
Over fifty BriSCA F1 stock cars made their way to Buxton for the second semi final meeting of 2010 including the newly signwritten tarmac car of Tom Harris and Marc Radforth in the Lenny Smith car.