We look back at the four World Finals to be staged at Hednesford.
The World Championship is run over a series of qualifying rounds (see the fixture list). The top 48 qualifiers are split into two semi-final rounds. The semi-final grid is lined up different to a normal BriSCA F1 race, with the highest points scorers at the front. The top 10 finishers from each semi-final go through to the World Final. Again drivers are seeded on the grid with the highest qualifiers on the front row.
The winner of the World Final gets the honour of wearing a Gold Roof on their car for the following 12 months.
Visit the World Championship Hall of Fame for a list of past winners.
The BSCDA have released the provisional 2014 BriSCA F1 Fixture list
A stunning drive from Mat Newson to take the meeting Final on World Final night.
An emphatic victory in the World Championship for Tom Harris.
See a preview and purchase details for the 2013 World Final
Mark Poole and Will Yarrow took the the final two places on the World Final grid.
Here is the full 2013 World Championship Final race including build-up, as seen from the terraces.
World Championship Final:
1st – Tom Harris
2nd – Craig Finnikin
3rd – Ryan Harrison
1st – Matt Newson
2nd – Dan Johnson
3rd – Mark Gilbank
A much deserved win for Tom Harris at the King’s Lynn World Final
We look back at the second World Final to be staged at King’s Lynn.