The 2009 World Final venue, Kings Lynn, had the honour of staging this season’s final WCQR and over 40 cars arrived to do battle.
Northampton reverted to its more traditional Sunday afternoon slot for it’s final F1 meeting at the venue before it stages the European Championships in July.
The sole visit of the F1 cars to Ipswich was greeted by a decent turnout and also some slightly different track conditions since the circus’ last visit there for the 2008 World Final.
In a change to the usual format, Cowdenbeath closed the Scottish Weekend for the BriSCA F1s.
Once the British GT cars had finished their days racing on Knockhill’s main circuit, the BriSCA F1 Stockcars shook the hills of Scotland on Knockhill’s tri-oval with the roar from their V8 Engines.
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Under a heavily clouded (but not raining) sky following a morning and afternoon of non-stop rain, fifty two BriSCA F1′s filled the pits at Coventry for the rescheduled 2008 Track Championship Final and National Series Round #13 meeting.
On the hottest day of the year under a cloudless sky, 56 F1′s filled the pits at Birmingham Wheels for the BriSCA World Qualifying Round #11 and National Series Round #12.
Belle Vue’s second Monday night session in a month produced probably the most spectacular end to a race for some time, when long time leader Tom Harris ended up through the fence on the home straight, after running out of track in the sprint to the finish line with eventual winner Mark Woodhull.
With glorious weather, over thirty F1′s entertained the crowd at Norfolk arena for National Series round 11
60 F1′s for the big weekender at Emmen Speedway. The format before the meeting was not clear, but afterwards we saw that each driver would race 3 heats, and the final.