Official BriSCA F1 2015 World Semi-Final Grids

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The BSCDA has announced the official World Semi-final grids

World Championship Semi-Finals are traditionally split over the two surface types, with one Semi-Final on Shale, the other on Tarmac.

The highest points scorer of the BriSCA F1 World Championship Qualification points table gets to choose which semi he wants to race in.

This year the honour of that decision went to Rob Speak (318) to decide, and he has elected to take the Tarmac (Birmingham) Semi-Final.

Semi-Final #1 – BELLE VUE (Sunday July 26th 2015)

ROW INSIDE LANE OUTSIDE LANE
1 Matt Newson (16) Frankie Wainman (515)
2 Paul Harrison (2) Lee Fairhurst (217)
3 Stuart Smith (390) Paul Ford (388)
4 Dylan Williams-Maynard (51) Luke Davidson (464)
5 Mickey Randall (172) Nigel Green (445)
6 Chriss Brocksopp (338) Neil Scriven (11)
7 Michael Scriven (12) Will Hunter (220)
8 Paul Carter (300) John Dowson (94)
9 Will Yarrow (22) Timmy Farrell (467)
10 James Morris (463) Colin Goodswen (372)
11 Bobby Griffin (166) Daniel van Spijker (231)
12 Jof Gibson (249) Josh Smith (191)

Semi-Final #2 – BIRMINGHAM (Saturday August 22nd 2015)

ROW INSIDE LANE OUTSIDE LANE
1 Rob Speak (318) Danny Wainman (212)
2 Tom Harris (84) Craig Finnikin (55)
3 Mick Sworder (150) Dan Johnson (4)
4 Paul Hines (259) John Lund (53)
5 Mark Gilbank (21) Joe Booth (446)
6 Neil Scothern (152) Ben Riley (422)
7 Jack Aldridge (421) Michael Steward (512)
8 Billy Johnson (169) Mal Brown (34)
9 Ed Neachell (321) Jordan Falding (36)
10 Scott Davids (462) Mark Woodhull (335)
11 Paul Poulter (174) Nigel Harrhy (45)
12 Carl Pickering (141) Shaun Webster (48)

Reserves in order:
Dave Allen (499), Chris Cowley (37), Ben Hurdman (207), Ivan Pritchard (434), Peter Hobbs (108), Steve Whittle (183), Karl Hawkins (174), Alex Wass (283), Roger Bromiley (14), Eliot Smith (293)

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