Coventry kicked off amid rumours of closure with a parade lap for Tom Harris 84 proudly displaying the Dutch Gold Cup he won at Venray. The Gold Cup was last won by a Brit back in 2006 when Frankie Wainman jnr 515 took the title.
Bank Holiday Monday traditionally means Belle Vue, and the Manchester weather was traditionally cold and wet.
The first Shootout round of 2012 took place at Birmingham Wheels with Tom Harris 84 displaying the Gold Cup he won at Venray before going on to win the final and take the top spot of the twelve Shootout competitors.
The first F1 meeting at Stoke since November 2001 was a trip back in time for many, and it quickly became apparent that the veterans had remembered what it was like and had come prepared.
Craig Finnikin 55 made it two Coventry Finals in a row with another determined performance at the Brandon shale way.
The second of the 2012 World Championship Semi-Finals was staged at Birmingham on Saturday 28th July, with Mick Sworder claiming a the win and with it front row start in the World Final at Skegness.
The first of the 2012 World Championship Semi-Finals was staged at King’s Lynn on Saturday 21st July, and it will certainly go down as one of the more interesting semi-final races.
A photographic overview of the European Championship weekend courtesy of Steve Botham.
A selection of photos from the Sunday of the Skegness Speedweekend courtesy of Paul Tully.