Warm sunshine greeted spectators and drivers at Buxton for the 2011 World Championship qualifying round and after a spectacular meeting at Northampton the night before, expectations were high.
The future F1 WF venue for 2011 drew a plethora of cars to the third tarmac meeting of the season.
The second leg of Incarace’s traditional April weekender saw the BriSCA F1s make their sole appearance of the season at their fastest UK venue of Hednesford Hills Raceway.
The BriSCA F1 tarmac season got under way at Birmingham Wheels on a warm and sunny Saturday 9th April with a superb field of around 60 cars present including no fewer than nine Dutch drivers.
Coventry’s April opener saw the 2011 Gold Rush continue, as qualifying points were up for grabs towards this seasons World Championship event.
After the meeting at Emmen 2th April the stockcar 2011 season has also started in Holland.
A dry but chilly evening greeted the patrons at the Norfolk Arena which provided ideal conditions for racing on what must be the best shale surface in the country.
The opening race of the season saw a lot of drivers either out of practise, or with large reserves of pent up aggression, but either way, it turned into a bumper fest.
The F1Stockcars.com New Zealand Team Champs reporter Paul Tully sent us a fantastic photographic sequence which we just had to share with our readers.
The F1Stockcars.com New Zealand Team Champs reporter Paul Tully’s report covering Saturday, the second and final day of racing. Part 3 of 3.