The Queen’s Birthday meeting at Blauwhuis saw over fifty cars celebrate in style in front of a huge crowd.
A World Qualifying Round at Belle Vue attracted quite a few visitors to the track, but it was BV regular Mal Brown that took the Final with an uncharacteristically reserved performance.
King’s Lynn’s second BriSCA F1 meeting of the season was staged in distinctly autumnal conditions with a cold wind and persistant rain providing a testing backdrop for the officials and raceteams that had converged on the Norfolk Arena.
Nearly thirty cars turned out for the second part of the Incarace WCQR double header including a car not present at Birmingham the night before, Adam Slater 214.
The opening St Maarten fixture drew sixty cars to the ACON Autocross venue.
An inclement weather forecast did not deter spectators from the ever popular Birmingham Wheels circuit for the World Championship Qualifying Round.
Northampton’s first BriSCA F1 stock car meeting of season 2012 saw 27 cars contest a four race format on a wet and cold night at one of the spiritual homes of Big League action.
Stock car racing at Belle Vue on Easter Monday night is a tradition that originated in 1957, and for many is undoubtedly the greatest of all Easter traditions.
Blauwhuis held an Easter weekend meeting run by the FAC Autocross promotion.
Venray held an Easter weekend meeting which drew around twenty cars.