Behind the Scenes with top BriSCA F1 photographer Paul Tully.
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After our trip around the UK, we move over to the Netherlands, a country which can boost as many, if not more registered drivers than over here, and where the increase in driver numbers shows no sign in slowing down.
After concentrating on areas of the country that are/were hotbeds of racing, this week we have a look at some drivers who were just off the beaten track as far as Stock car racing is concerned.
After visiting the the South, birthplace of Stock car racing last week, we move onto the hub of stock car racing in the present era, the Midlands.
After a few weeks showcasing the drivers from the North of England, we move down south to the birthplace of Stock car racing, London.
Keeping with the Regions theme, we focus on Yorkshire drivers this week. A county that has seen it’s fair share of title winners and also drivers who turned out week in week out for the enjoyment of the sport.
Moving over the country to the North East, Aycliffe Stadium became an outpost of BriSCA in 1966. However it had run many years before that as an independent track and had already built up a good driver and fan base.
Staying in the Northwest this week we have a look of some of the stalwarts of the scene.
Pete Fenton’s replica of Doug Cronshaw’s Potent Mix car caused a lot of interest last week at the Autosport International, so this week focuses on Cronshaw, and two of his most famous creations.
The sad news reaches us of the passing of Bev Greenhalf. Bev has been associated with Northampton Stadium from the mid 1960s as a commentator and general manager. The first Flashback Friday pays tribute to Bev with some images from his beloved Northampton Stadium.