A selection of photographs from the Saturday of the Skegness Speedweekend.
A selection of photographs from Foxhall Heath courtesy of Colin Casserley.
A selection of photographs from the Buxton meeting courtesy of Colin Casserley.
A selection of photographs courtesy of Steve Botham from the Birmingham meeting.
Early leader in the first heat was Neil Holcroft (496) in his ultra-smart brand new car, but the quickest in the early stages was new red top Neil Shenton (35), who made rapid progress before exiting in a pile up.
Coventry’s June Jubilee weekend offering saw a bumper crowd entertained by another bumper turnout at the popular Midlands shaleway.
The lively Whites and Yellows race was the entertaining starting point for the Kings Lynn speedweekend.
A cool evening saw thirty five cars travel to Northampton in search of World Championship Qualifying points.
The Uk open championship took place at a sunny Skegness Stadium and a quality field featured the best of Brisca and a select band of top tar stars from the Netherlands.
The May Speedweekend at Skegness is the first chance for F1 Drivers to land a title in the racing season, and Saturday night’s session was not only a ideal opportunity for car set up to be perfected for the UK Open Championship meeting the following day – but also to claim some valuable qualifying points towards the World Championship which is being held at the East Coast tarmac strip in September.