World Championship 2009 Semi-Final Grids

World Final grid at Kings Lynn 2007

World Final grid at Kings Lynn 2007

Official Semi-Final grids.

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

This years two Semi-Final venues are

Semi #1 – Coventry (shale) on August 1st 2009.
Semi #2 – Birmingham (tar) on August 22nd 2009.

As the highest points scorer of the BriSCA World Championship Qualification points table, this year the honour goes to Frankie Wainman Jnr (#515) to decide at which of the two tracks he wants his Semi-Final to be run. He has chosen to race the Birmingham (Tar Surface) Semi-Final, meaning all drivers who qualified into the same semi-final grid will also have to race at Birmingham, and drivers who qualified into the second semi-final grid will have to race the Coventry (Shale Surfsce) Semi-Final.

Semi-Final #1 – Coventry

ROW INSIDE LANE OUTSIDE LANE
1 Andy Smith (391) Mat Newson (16)
2 Paul Hines (259) Mark Gilbank (21)
3 Lee Fairhurst (217) Craig Finnikin (55)
4 Danny Wainman (212) John Lund (53)
5 Timmy Aldridge (257) Murray Harrison (97)
6 Scott Davids (462) Mickey Randall (172)
7 Chris Bonner (105) Dave Hopkins (447)
8 Mark Woodhull (335) Peter Falding (33)
9 Dave Willis (337) Carl Pickering (141)
10 Lenny Smith (185) Hayley Parkinson (54)
11 Dean Whitwell (195) Chris Brocksopp (338)
12 Robert Broome (41) Mark Poole (276)

Carl Pickering (141) did not attend so third reserve Ricky Wilson (502) took part instead.

Semi-Final #2 – Birmingham

ROW INSIDE LANE OUTSIDE LANE
1 Frankie Wainman Jnr (515) Paul Harrison (2)
2 Stu Smith jnr (390) Lee Robinson (107)
3 Dan Johnson (4) Michael Scriven (12)
4 Tom Harris (84) Mick Harris (8)
5 David Squire (311) Ed Neachell (321)
6 Ivan Pritchard (434) Mal Brown (34)
7 Joff Gibson (249) Spencer Taylor (498)
8 Neil Shenton (35) Ian Venables (60)
9 Rob Cowley (73) Steve Cayzer (380)
10 Simon Panton (288) Luke Davidson (464)
11 James Morris (463) Neil Scriven (11)
12 Lee Dimmick (459) Steve Jacklin (136)

Reserves for the Birmingham Semi: Andy Ford (13), Joe Booth (446), Chris Cowley (37), Geoff Nickolls (215) and James Clement (158).
As original leading reserves Will Yarrow (22) and Steve Hopkins (347) were not present at Coventry when they were ‘called upon’ to take part in the Semi they now cannot take part in the Birmingham Semi or Consolation Semi Final.

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