A massive crowd assembled at Skegness for the British Drivers Championship, in which Paul Hines offered a career best performance to take the title.
The BriSCA F1 British Championship coupled with the spice of a Shoot out round, created the best tarmac meeting of the 2010 season. The format was for five heats with each driver racing three times, with points scored creating the final’s grid.
Well over sixty cars made their way to the Brandon Bowl for the first meeting of the month. After some excellent Heat racing, the Heavens burst opened and the racing became a feat of endurance.
Over forty cars made their way to Kings Lynn for the third round of the National Points Shootout, including all twelve Shoot out combatants. Frankie Wainman jnr was leading the chart, but Andy Smith was not far behind and could overcome Frank if he had a typically good shale meeting.
Lelystad’s Midland circuit was holding a meeting on the Sunday after the Golden Helmet meeting and provided an opportunity to attend a relaxed but entertaining Dutch tarmac meeting.
The Golden Helmet meeting at Emmen saw forty five F1 stock cars take to the track including six UK based BriSCA F1 stockcars.
As the curtains closed for possibly the final time on the third scunthorpe venue; the usual entertaining meeting took place, drawing forty one cars to the small shaleway for the first 2011 WCQR and Shoot out round number two.
The traditional second half of the BriSCA F1 World Championship weekend saw around 50 cars arrive at Northampton International Raceway for the World Masters Cup.
The biggest meeting on the BriSCA F1 Stock car calendar for 2010, drew over one hundred cars and a massive crowd for what turned out to be a very entertaining meeting.
At last, the time had come for the bigest race of the 2010 season, the BriSCA F1 stock car World final.