Frankie Wainman Junior took the 2016 British Championship at Skegness.
The British Championship is held over a single race meeting. It is an invitational meeting top 60 available drivers. The meeting consists of a series of qualifying heats run in traditional ‘Graded order’, where the fastest drivers start at the back. Points scored in the heats determin the Final grid line-up, with the highest scorer on pole position at the front, descending down to the lowest scorers at the back. The winner of the Final is crowned British Champion.
The British Champion has a Black & White Chequered Roof.
Visit the British Championship Hall of Fame to see a list of past winners.
Before Saturday’s British Championship, Scott Reeves takes a look at the drivers to watch out for.
Lee Fairhurst won the 2015 British Championship at Northampton, leading the title race from the very first bend to the last.
1st – Lee Fairhurst
2nd – Tom Harris
3rd – Dan Johnson
Before next weekend’s British Championship, Scott Reeves takes a look at the drivers to look out for.
Paul Harrison won a fourth British title at Birmingham.
Full video of the 2014 BriSCA F1 British Championship final from Birmingham Wheels
British Championship Final:
1st – Paul Harrison
2nd – Matt Newson
3rd – Paul Ford
Fans travelling to this weekends BriSCA F1 British Championship are being informed that the meeting start time has been moved to the earlier time of 5:15pm