Before next weekend’s World Championship at Coventry, Scott Reeves takes a look at the drivers to watch out for.
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.
Nigel Green took the top spot in the World Championship Semi-Final, while Chris Cowley dominated the meeting final.
Rob Speak claimed the first spot on the front row for the World Final in September, while Bobby Griffin took his second Sheffield meeting final of the season.
It’s nearly Semi Final time! Here’s who to look out for at Sheffield and Buxton.
The BSCDA has announced the official World Semi-final grids for the 2016 BriSCA F1 World Championship
Before next weekend’s World Championship, Scott Reeves takes a look at the drivers to look out for.
Rob Speak dominated the World Championship Semi-Final, but it was Michael Steward who won the meeting final.
The provisional BriSCA F1 2015 World Championship Final Grid
Stuart Smith Junior claimed the first spot on the front row for the World Championship, but it was Mick Sworder who dominated in the meeting final.