Nights like this only serve to reaffirm why you fell in love with BriSCA F1 stock cars in the first place. It was not just the shootout drivers in their chase for the silver roof with Tom Harris’s 84 lead at the top being savagely cut by the end, but every single driver that took to the track was on their A game and ready for a battle.
A Sunday afternoon in Manchester saw another Belle Vue final win for Andy Smith, and with his retirement from the sport now imminent, this may well have been his last ever final victory.
Emmen recently held the Golden Helmet meeting with lone BriSCA stock car driver Geoff Nickolls UK215 making the journey to Holland to race.
The EZHACO organisation recently held a meeting with three F1 stock car heats and a final.
Shootout round three was held at Kings Lynn with over thirty BriSCA F1 stock cars arriving to test their skills.
The now traditional World Masters meeting was held the day after the World Final, and it was a career-first Final win for Dave Riley.
In front of a full house, the first race up on BriSCA F1 stock car World Final night was the Consolation Semi Final.
An action packed BriSCA World Final saw F1 stock car driver Paul Harrison 2 finally claim the Gold roof for himself, winning the World Final in front of a packed stadium.
Moody skies predicted rain but the weather stayed fine and warm for Shootout round 2, the week before the BriSCA World Final.
August Bank Holiday Monday saw Belle Vue stage it’s biggest meeting of the year, and in front of a massive crowd Paul Hines (259) made a dramatic return to form.