European Championship

The European Championship is run over a full weekend. It’s noted for attracting a large influx of Dutch drivers. The Saturday meeting consists of a series of qualifying heats run in traditional ‘Graded order’ grids, with the aim of cutting down the field to the top 32 drivers who make it into the Final. The Final is run as the first race on the Sunday, with the winner being crowned European Champion.

The European Champion wins the Red & Yellow Chequered Roof.

Visit the European Championship Hall of Fame for a list of past winners.

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Northampton – July 17th 2010 Race Results

Final:
1st – Andy Smith
2nd – Chris Cowley
3rd – Frankie Wainman Jnr

Luke Davidson takes the 2010 Euro Crown

Luke Davidson takes the 2010 Euro Crown

Luke Davidson has raced to victory to take the 2010 European Championship title, and will get to carry the Red & Yellow chequered roof for the next 12 months.

2009 BriSCA F1 Championships Summary

2009 BriSCA F1 Championships Summary

A summary of all the various points scoring championships, with full results tables, grids, videos, and links to the appropriate meeting reports.

Lee Fairhurst (#217) European Champion Shale Wing

Lee Fairhurst (#217) European Champion Shale Wing

Lee Fairhurst #217 debuted his new shale European Champion wing at the Coventry semi-final meeting on 1st August 2009.

European Championship 2009 - Race Report

European Championship 2009 – Race Report

Thirty-two cars formed the grid for the first race of the day; the European Championship of 2009. In the build up and gridding up for the race a sudden cloud burst struck, soaking the track.

Northampton - July 19th 2009 European Championship Final Video

Northampton – July 19th 2009 European Championship Final Video

Highlights of the very wet European Championship Final. Lee Fairhurst takes his first major Championship win.

Lee Fairhurst 2009 European Champion

Lee Fairhurst 2009 European Champion

Lee Fairhurst continues to reach new heights in his d├ębut year and can now add being the European Champion to his list of achievements. F1 Stockcars managed to get a few words with Lee post race.

Northampton – July 19th 2009 Results

European Championship:
1st – Lee Fairhurst
2nd – Stuart Smith
3rd – Mark Gilbank

Final:
1st – Stuart Smith
2nd – Joff Gibson
3rd – Andy Smith

Interview: With Dan Johnson (#4)

Interview: With Dan Johnson (#4)

F1 Stockcars caught up with reigning BriSCA F1 European Champion Young-Gun Dan Johnson Driver of the #4 car.

Incarace 2009 Fixtures

Incarace 2009 Fixtures

Incarace’s 2009 Fixtures for Northampton, Birmingham & Hednesford.

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