Stadium Info

Below is a list of the regular stadiums on the BriSCA F1 calendar. Click on a venue for detailed information about the stadium (including contact details for each venue, and individual Google maps for route planning).


Weather Forecasts

On every individual stadium information page is a simplified four day weather forecast summary.

Travel Help

GPS Co-ordinates

We have listed GPS Co-ordinates for each stadium on their individual pages. Most modern Satellite Navigation systems will except the inputting of these co-ordinates which will take you right up to the stadiums entrace.

Google Maps

All of the individual stadium pages contain an interactive map. Powered by Google Maps, it is a powerful tool that can help you plot a route from your home to the stadium of choice.

To plot a course manually, just use the zoom & scroll functions to plan your route in a traditional way.

However, Google Maps can automatically generate you a route that it considers to be the best. Simple click on the ‘marker pin’ on the map, of the stadium of choice, then click the “To Here” link in the dialogue balloon, and enter your starting position. Either you town, or better still, your postcode. You will be taken to a page containing the generated route details.

Street View

Below the maps on each individual stadium page is an interactive image of each stadiums entrance. Use the zoom & scroll functions to ‘look around’ the entrance area. This will allow you to familiarise yourself with the area and help you know what to look out for upon arriving. (Tip: Click and HOLD your left mouse button on the image, then move left/right & up/down to look around the area)

Satellite View

Below is a map of all the regular stadiums on the BriSCA F1 calandar. It will help you get an overview of where the BriSCA F1’s race and which tracks are closest to you. Powered by Google Maps, it can be used for route planning, or for a bit of fun using the default satellite view you can zoom in and view detailed aerial photography of the tracks. (Tip: Click on a pin, click on ‘more’, select ‘zoom here’, then manually zoom in further)

RED = Shale Tracks
BLUE = Tarmac Tracks


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Latest Posts
Sheffield, 23rd April 2017 - Meeting Report and Photos
Sheffield, 23rd April 2017 – Meeting Report and Photos
May 18, 2017

Mat Newson took the meeting final at the first 2017 trip to Sheffield

Belle Vue, 17th April 2017 - Meeting Report and Photos
Belle Vue, 17th April 2017 – Meeting Report and Photos
May 16, 2017

Craig Finnikin scored the Final and Grand National double at the Easter Monday visit to Belle Vue

Stoke, 15th April 2017 - Meeting Report and Photos
Stoke, 15th April 2017 – Meeting Report and Photos
May 10, 2017

Stuart Smith Junior continued his winning form at Stoke

Skegness, 14th April 2017 - Meeting Report and Photos
Skegness, 14th April 2017 – Meeting Report and Photos
May 9, 2017

Nigel Green took his first 2017 tarmac final win at Skegness on Good Friday.

Hednesford, 9th April 2017 - Meeting Report and Photos
Hednesford, 9th April 2017 – Meeting Report and Photos
May 2, 2017

Michael Scriven and Stuart Smith Junior both bagged two wins at Hednesford

Birmingham, 8th April 2017 - Meeting Report and Photos
Birmingham, 8th April 2017 – Meeting Report and Photos
May 1, 2017

Stuart Smith Junior claims a Heat and Final double at Birmingham.

King's Lynn, 25th March 2017 - Meeting Report and Photos
King’s Lynn, 25th March 2017 – Meeting Report and Photos
Apr 10, 2017

Sworder showed his form at King’s Lynn but it was Mat Newson in the ‘Pink Un’ that got everybody talking.

Belle Vue, 19th March 2017 - Meeting Report and Photos
Belle Vue, 19th March 2017 – Meeting Report and Photos
Apr 2, 2017

Nigel Green took the victory in the Final after a last bend move on Stuart Smith Junior.


Track Photography