After the tactical heats, anticipation was high for an action packed final.
Anticipation was high for the Shootout finale, once again held at the Belle Vue shaleway. With double points up for grabs it was still all to play in the chase for the silver roof. Report of the Heats inside.
The final meeting at the mecca of BriSCA F1 stock cars saw the Coventry 2011 season bow out in fine style with fireworks a plenty, both on the track with some blistering action, and off with a spectacular display.
The penultimate round of the Hemt National series shootout saw the Brisca F1 circus camped at the Norfolk Arena. As usual the added attractions of Halloween parade and Reliant Robins drew a huge local crowd.
Sint Maarten held their last meeting of the 2011 season, with six heats and a final.
Northampton rounded off its BriSCA F1 season 2011 fixtures by playing host to round eight of the National Series Shootout and also round four of qualifying for next seasons race for Gold.
On the 16th Lelystad held their annual Open NK meeting where drivers from the dirt also race on the wide sweeping tarmac of the Midlands Circuit.
A dry mild evening saw Brisca fans gather at Birmingham Wheels Raceway for round seven of the Hemt National series shootout.
The meeting at Belle Vue on Sunday 16th October 2011 turned out to be one of great historical significance, for after blitzing the opposition to win the final in flambouyant fashion, Andy Smith climbed out of his car and announced that that was the last time he would be seen racing a stock car.
With the stadium on the route of a charity fun run on the day of the meeting, start time was moved back to 4pm, and while this no doubt inconvenienced a few people, it did have the major advantage of meaning that at least some of the racing would be in darkness and under the Owlerton floodlights.