The second Semi final was the second F1 race up on the format with all Semi finalists being present except for Jim Bamford (302) who has retired, meaning Mick Rogers (244) was the replacement in his usual shale car.
The meeting opened with an 18 car heat, which included Andy Smith on Hoosier tyres.
After a fairly lacklustre season by his usual standards, Frankie Wainman returned to top form in fine style with a convincing victory in the first of the World Championship Semi-Finals.
Bright and breezy weather greeted the cream of BriSCA F1 tarmac talent for the main event of the 2010 European Championship at Northampton on July 18th
The Saturday night build up for the European Championship saw fifty-four cars make the trip to Brafield. Unfortunately, no doubt due to this current financial climate, only three of these visitors were dutch.
Skegvegas did its very best on Sunday to live up to its name as temperatures soared to levels more commonly seen in the deserts of Nevada.
Visitors to Skegness Stadium on a very warm and sunny evening were greeted with the sight of a very busy car park, a huge crowd and a pit area absolutely bursting with racing machinery.
A total of sixty-two cars made it to the Brandon shaleway for the Golden Helmet Meeting on a glorious Summer’s day.
Not for the first time, Belle Vue fell foul of the weather, but for once it was blistering heat that affected the racing, rather than the usual cold Manchester rain. A sterling effort from the track preparation crew kept the dust to a reasonable level without the surface being reduced to a muddy bog.
It turned out that the Kings Lynn meeting would go ahead after all and twenty-two cars made the journey to the Saddlebow shaleway.