On a hot summer evening the attention turned towards Kings Lynn to see the F1s as the support formula for the Saloon World Final.
On a gloriously sunny day in the Netherlands, the scene was set for the Nederlands Kampioenschap (Dutch Open) meeting at Sint Maarten.
A warm, sunny evening at NIR, and with 30 cars in the pits, the organisers wisely opted to run an ‘all in’ format on this occasion.
The first of this years semi-final races took place at Coventry on Saturday 1st August 2009.
Meeting report from Coventry 1st August. Following a day of rain in the build up to the meeting, it finally stopped raining at 4 o’clock in the afternoon. With careful track preparation a full race card was able to take place.
Full report inside.
Frankie Wainman had little difficulty taking a Final and GN double, with his only visible competition being from a few lower grade newcomers.
On a pleasantly warm July summer evening, the Eddie Wright Raceway hosted it’s first ever BriSCA Formula One meeting. Fifty-five cars travelled to Scunthorpe for this event and filled the pits.
Following the European Championship Race a full race format followed.
Full meeting report from the Sunday inside.
Thirty-two cars formed the grid for the first race of the day; the European Championship of 2009. In the build up and gridding up for the race a sudden cloud burst struck, soaking the track.
Meeting report from day 1 of the European Championship weekend: Northampton 18th July.