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  1. F1 Gala Night and Under 25 Championship plus F2 and Ministox.
  2. F1 Shoot Out Final plus F2 Turnstiles open 2.30pm Start time 5pm Adult - £22 Concession - £20 Child (10-15) - £12 Child (9 and under) - FREE Family - £60
  3. F1 Shoot Out plus Bangers and Hot Rods General Admission £22 Concession : 65 year & Over £19 Concession : Children (5-14yrs) Under 5yrs go free £8 Family Ticket : 2 Adults & 3 Children £55 Inside Parking £10 Programme £3 Advance discount tickets are available from https://spedeworthtickets.co.uk/
  4. F1 Shoot Out plus F2 Start 12.30pm More details as they are announced
  5. BriSCA 2022 King’s Lynn Finale! The curtain falls on the BriSCA season at King’s Lynn in 2022 with a huge F1 and F2 Stock Car Finale - - National Series Double Header! The F1 Stock Cars compete in National Shootout Round 7, a 2023 WQR and the GN Championship too! A huge night on the line for the fast and furious F1’s, PLUS the F2 Stock Cars race in their National Series Round 5 and W and Y grade finale! It’s all happening at King’s Lynn on the 22nd October, you don’t want to miss it – first race 5pm. Event details will be available closer to the time, driver bookings will open soon. The Spectator gate will open from 3pm, first race 5pm. The arena boasts great viewing all around (plenty of undercover viewing too!), FREE on site and overflow parking, disabled viewing, licensed bars, ample food outlets and other great facilities. Advance tickets are cheaper than at the box office and available on the website now – remember kids 11 and under go free when booked online! https://www.stockcar-racing.co.uk/ Another Super Saturday night of Stock Car action at King's Lynn, we hope to see you will join us one more time in 2022.
  6. F1 Shoot Out Round plus Ministox Adult £22 Concession £20 Child (10-15) £12 Child (9 and under) FREE Family £60 Historic stock car demo from 4pm Racing from 5pm. South Stand Upgrade £40
  7. Sat - 2L Saloons World Championship, BriSCA F1 Sun - BriSCA F1, 2L Saloons, BriSCA F2 Sat: Adult £25 Senior £23 Junior £10 Sun: Adult £20 Senior £18 Junior £8 Weekend (in advance or on the gate) Adult £43 Senior £39 Junior £16 Camping £20 cash only (only available on the Saturday night and isn’t bookable) in the farmers field at the rear of the car park. 12 years and under as always go Free and can be added in advance if required Adults 16yrs and above, Senior’s 65yrs & over, Junior’s 13yrs to 15yrs Card or cash can be used. Sorry there isn’t a cash machine at the raceway. Advance tickets are available on www.skegway.info and on 07881 021058 (please note the phone isn’t manned 24/7 you are advised to buy online) The place to be for the 2L Saloon Championship of the World Speed Weekend The 40th Championship of the World for 2L Saloons takes place on Saturday night, with BriSCA F1s also in action for the Colin North Memorial. Sundays see the Horry Barnes Memorial for the 2L Saloons and the Tommy Kaye Memorial for BriSCA F1. With BriSCA F2 also on the bill for Sunday. Full racing preview and premeeting entertainment info to follow. Including a celebration of the 40th year of the Saloon World and a grid walk (draft timing on the other page) Don’t forget about the famous late night bar and disco, what happens in Skeg Vegas stays in Skeg Vegas! There will be public access over this weekend to the pits. Also advance tickets can’t be used at the pitgate, thanks. PLEASE DON’T ARRIVE BEFORE THE OPENING TIMES LISTED ON THE OTHER PAGE. Blocking the road causes problems with the local council so again please don’t arrive before the gates open. And please respect our neighbours when you leave the raceway and keep within the Speed Limits. Thanks Advance Tickets are available for the weekend only (you are advised to buy soon as they will come off sale a week or so before), individual days are only available on the day, cash or card. Weekend wristbands will also be available at the Turnstiles on the Saturday. We are thrilled to be welcomed into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame with our Certificate of Excellence and we have a 4.7 out of 5 rating on google. You really should be coming along to Skegness Raceway to be part of the excitement & fun that lots of people are talking about and have had a great time over the last few years. We are also members of Visit Britain and Visit England. And we are also home of the Skeg Vegas sign! Skegness Raceway boast fantastic facilities. We have a large undercover Grandstand, extended by 50% in 2020, if you prefer to watch from outside, the arena is raised terracing so plenty of unhindered viewing. We also have Bars (including our family Raceview Bar, heated for chilly days), shops, catering, toilets, disabled toilets and baby changing facilities. We have no direct seating, large tyres are banked in on each bend which do create a seating area. You are welcome to bring your own chairs. The seaside end allows a great area for wheelchair viewing. We have some ongoing improvements at the raceway, the ground near the turnstiles may be muddy under foot. Please bear with us as we continue to improve the Raceway Sorry there isn’t a cash machine at the raceway Large free carpark adjacent to the stadium Disabled parking, next to the turnstiles. Sorry spaces can’t be saved. Please don’t block the gate. Trackside parking no longer available (hasn’t been since 2017) and there is also no longer a bus service to the Raceway, we do have a large car park. Sorry camping is only available on the Saturday night and isn’t bookable. Note. Large quantities of food and drink are not allowed to be brought in to the Stadium arena. You may enter the Stadium with a small amount of food and non- alcoholic beverage suitable for one person’s consumption ie. Sandwich, packet of crisps and bottle of soft drink. We will not allow cooler boxes, holdalls, shopping bags, backpacks etc. filled with refreshments. Nor will we allow trays, packs crates etc. of soft drinks. STRICTLY NO ALCOHOL or GLASS. Alcohol will be confiscated If you have specific dietary requirements for health reasons, please bring a confirmation letter with you from your GP. We race in all weather conditions. Well behaved dogs on leads are allowed to be brought into the venue. No tents, shelters, gazebos, marquee’s, pop up tents or similar are allowed inside the Stadium Arena.
  8. BriSCA F1 action returns to the Buxton Hills Saturday 1st October @ 5pm Fast and furious Tarmac racing under lights… non stop action from 3 contact formula! The BriSCA F1 Stock Cars race in a WCQR for 2023, with the Shootout Drivers also taking on round 3 of the contest. They will be joined by the National Ministox and Rebels Racing. . . a top night of Tarmac Stock Car action coming up. Full details available in due course. The raceway has great viewing all around (a big under cover grandstand too!), licensed bar, food outlets and other great facilities. Trackside parking is available (first come first served for an additional fee). Advance tickets available now or simply pay on the gate, cash and card accepted. https://www.buxtonraceway.com/ Thrills in the Hills! We look forward to seeing you there.
  9. F1 plus Saloons and Ministox. Drivers booked to race: 5 Charlie Sworder 16 Mat Newson 20 Liam Gilbank 32 Chris Farnell 47 Simon Traves 55 Craig Finnikin 78 Lewis Galer 84 Tom Harris 124 Kyle Gray 127 Austin Moore 172 Micky Randell 191 Joshua Smith 211 Phoebe Wainman-Hawkins 212 Danny Wainman 215 Geoff Nickolls 216 Jack France 217 Lee Fairhurst 235 Mick Haworth 242 Joe Nickolls 259 Paul Hines 268 Richard Woods 289 Jake Walker 326 Mark Sargent 335 Mark Woodhull 345 Jake Harrhy 372 Colin Goodswen 515 Frankie Wainman 525 Nigel de Kock 526 Finley Sargent 541 Willie Skoyles Junior 555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr
  10. F1 plus 1300cc Saloons and Bangers Drivers booked to race: 5 Charlie Sworder 20 Liam Gilbank 21 Mark Gilbank 32 Chris Farnell 55 Craig Finnikin 78 Lewis Galer 93 Sam Makim 94 John Dowson 124 Kyle Gray 127 Austin Moore 169 Billy Johnson 172 Micky Randell 211 Phoebe Wainman 212 Danny Wainman 216 Jack France 235 Mick Haworth 259 Paul Hines 268 Richard Woods 289 Jake Walker 301 Mark Allen 326 Mark Sargent 345 Jake Harrhy 372 Colin Goodswen 381 Tyrone Evans 515 Frankie Wainman 525 Nigel de Kock 526 Finley Sargent 541 Willie Skoyles Junior 545 William Adams 555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr
  11. Coming up . . . F1 Stock Cars return to King’s Lynn for the penultimate time in 2022. . . one monster night of Short Oval racing Saturday 17th September @ 5pm. BriSCA F1 is back; Big, brutal, fast and furious Stock Car action- Shootout Rd 1 & Dave Leonard Memorial, will it be a case of World Final weekend revenge too? The 2L Stock Cars Bumper Trophy is on the line aswell; metal clattering, fence rattling action & the always entertaining MiniStox complete the line up – these youngsters do not hold back! Event details will be available closer to the time, driver bookings will open soon. The Spectator gate will open from 3pm, first race 5pm. The arena boasts great viewing all around (plenty of under cover viewing too!), FREE on site and overflow parking, disabled viewing, licensed bars, ample food outlets and other great facilities. Advance tickets are no longer necessary, but are cheaper than at the box office and will be available on the website soon. https://www.stockcar-racing.co.uk/ Another Super Saturday night of Stock Car action at King's Lynn, we hope to see you there.
  12. Buxton Raceway are very proud to feature the 2022 BriSCA F1 Stockcars Championship of the World at Ipswich on September 10th. The grid is confirmed, BriSCA's best are on it and ready to do battle. Pole Sitter 259 Paul Hines will be looking to use his top line, ex Ryan Harrison car to full advantage and hoping to grasp the opportunity to gain his first Gold Roof. Lurking alongside will be the favourite, #1 Tom Harris, who will be keen to retain his Gold Roof, which has been exclusively his for the last 4 years. It's going to be a tough race, and, for some, there is still the matter of the Last Chance Qualifier for the remaining two places on the grid. If those drivers who failed to make it through the Semi Finals, you would expect 217 Lee "it can be done" Fairhurst, and 16 Matt Newson to be pushing themselves to the limit for those last two precious places in the line up. Of course, there will be lots of others keen to take those two top spots and, whoever does make it through to The Big One, will have deserved it. BriSCA F1 Stockcar racing is rightly regarded as the cream of top quality, all action motorsport and has created many legends in its time. None more so than the Clitheroe dairy farmer, and 8 times World Champion, 53 "Sir" John Lund, who has safely made it through to the World Championship grid for 2022. He will, no doubt have the biggest cheer of the night from his many UK and Oversea's fans as he takes his place on the grid. As well as the UK drivers, there will also be a strong line up, 14 in total, of Dutch and NZ Drivers, trying for the Gold Roof. Certainly, the Dutch are even more within reach of grasping the Gold, their game has been very much "upped" over the last few years. Could they take it in '22? Whoever does win it will have worked hard for it and we wish each and every driver the best of luck. You can be there to see it, maybe to see history being made, we really hope you can make it. More details regarding this event will appear here in due course. Tickets are on sale via the Ticketebo platform, seating or standing, https://www.ticketebo.co.uk/buxton-raceway/brisca-formula-one-world-championship.html
  13. The Biggest Stock Car Championship Weekend at King’s Lynn in 2022 incoming! Don’t worry, we have permission to post this! Without any BriSCA F1 Stock Car racing 3rd and 4th September, why not check out the F2 World Final and 2L Saloon ORCi Championship at King’s Lynn. This event is fully booked to competitors and a reserve list forming! . . . what a weekend this is going to be. You can find a full breakdown of event details on the dedicated section of our website; which should hopefully cover all of your questions and queries, however if not, please don’t hesitate to contact us. Spectator advance tickets are available now from the website until 3pm Monday 29th August; big savings in advance and kids 11 and under go free when booked online! https://www.stockcar-racing.co.uk/F2-stock-car-world-final-speedweekend/introduction.ashx
  14. Adult - £22 Concession - £20 Child (10-15) - £12 Child (9 and under) - FREE Family - £60 South Stand Upgrade - £40 Its day one of the YorStox trebble and first up its time for some BriSCA action at Odsal Stadium, Bradford, feel the ground shake as the big league go into battle. A good field of cars is expected for this with the potential of some overseas visitors. If that was not enough its the return of the V8 Hot Stox after their British Final which was staged back in June. A fun packed evening of racing is in store. Why not take advantage of the great hospitality setting at Odsal Stadium and upgrade your experience. For just £40 per person you can watch all the action unfold from the South Stand hospitatlity suite, this cost does also include admission! Please note food and drink is not included in this price. YorStox have listened and are pleased to say that the pits will be open to the general public for you to come and get up close to the cars which are racing and meet and greet the stars of the show. All access MUST be via the turnstile entrance and you also must leave the pits once asked to by YorStox officials. Failure to assist in this may refrain from this being repeated in the future. Odsal Stadium is classified as an elite stadium, this does mean there is certain protocol that must be followed which is out of the hands of YorStox. Please note: • No Glass Bottles • No Pressurised container cans • No Alcohol to be brought in • Small amount of food is permitted If for any reason you encounter issues on the day we ask you please to approach a member of the YorStox team, they will be wearing a yellow Hi Vis with YorStox and STAFF on the back to raise a concern so that we can deal with this on the day. Advanced tickets are available by visiting https://www.yorstox.co.uk/Tickets Once a ticket is purchased via the site, you will recieve a QR Code to the email address provided (please check your junk mail). This code will grant you access to the stadium on race day. If you are arriving separately, you can 'transfer' tickets via the FIXr website to split down your booking, without this you must arrive together. QR codes will only be valid once so please do not try to forward this on. General admission tickets will be available to purchase on race day from the turnstiles entrances, we have a large stadium capacity and we will not sell out on the day. Cash and Card payments taken. Programmes will also be available from the turnstile entrances. The stadium boasts great viewing from all areas, including a 4000 covered seated grandstand (no extra charge). Please note you cannot reserve grandstand seats prior to the event. Food and drink outlets are available including licenced bars all around the circuit as well as trade stands which are located on the turnstile bend where you enter the stadium. Toilets are available all around the raceway including disabled access and baby changing facilities. Disabled parking is available around the back of the stadium along from the Q Gardens pub, please note spaces are limited and these cannot be reserved. General car parking can also be found here along with across the road at the Council Operated Richard Dunn's Centre (£5 per car charge). If you do not use these parking facilities please ensure you park sensibly and avoid using nearby housing estates as this will impact the future viability of the raceway. There is no general access to the pit area for Health and Safety reasons once racing begins.. Strictly NO Alcohol or Glass is to be brought into the stadium. No dogs are permitted into the stadium. Details such as stadium opening times and driver booking lists will be updated closer to the event. Thankyou for your support and have a great day with YorStox.
  15. Adult - £22 Senior - £20 Child (10-15) - £12 Child (up to 9) - Free Family Ticket - £60 Action rolls to Sheffield for day 2 of the YorStox trebble and we cant wait to be back after a short break whilst stadium work got underway. Its day two for the BriSCA F1 and V8 Hot Stox as both go side by side into action around the tight Sheffield track. There could be some scores to settle from the night before at Bradford for sure! A perfect afternoon out for the family. Use of the Sheffield hospitality is often popular and enquiries should be directed to the stadium directly by calling 0114 234 3074 Racing kicks off from 12:30pm sharp, information such as turnstile opening times will be announced closer to the event. The stadium boasts a large car park by the turnstile entrance, there is a small charge for using the car park which is managed by the stadium. Tickets are available to purchase online via the YorStox website, once purchased you will receive a QR code which is your admittance into the stadium. If you are arriving separately on the same order you can 'send' a ticket via the FIXr website or app to people within your party. Please note a QR code can only be used once, do not try to share this code around as it will not work. You may also simply purchase tickets on the day via the turnstile entrance, cash or card is accepted. The stadium boasts a full covered spectator terrace, including a glass fronted bar to relax and watch the racing unfold from. Full disabled access and lifts are available as well as disabled and baby changing toilet facilities. Food and drink outlets will be open on the home straight. Sorry but no dogs are allowed into the stadium due to licensing laws. All pedestrian access MUST be via the turnstile entrance.
  16. Welcome to Skegness Raceway for the second BriSCA F1 World Championship Semi Final of 2022. The Semi Final race will also be for the Colin Knibbs Memorial with the meeting final being for the Wilf Blundell Bowl. This meeting is also the 300th BriSCA F1 meeting at Skegness, the special progamme features a look back at the 300 with Nigel Anderson. Make sure you get a copy of the programme at the turnstiles when you come in or from the trackshop during the meeting. Also racing are the 2L Saloons and the 1300 Saloons.
  17. Saturday 6th August 3.30pm F1 plus National Saloons and Ministox Sunday 6th August 12.00pm F1 plus National Saloons, Ministox, and F2. Advanced 2 Day Ticket Admission Prices:- General Admission : 15yrs & over £40 Concession : 65yrs & over £36 Concession : Children 5-14yrs Under 5yrs go free £12 Camping is permitted and there is no charge for this event. Please note:- Advanced tickets are available to purchase for the two days only. Single day tickets can only be purchased at the turnstiles on the day using either cash or card methods of payment. Advanced Tickets are available until Thursday 4th August at 4pm from https://spedeworthtickets.co.uk/ Admission prices at the turnstiles are as follows PER DAY (Cash or Card only):- General Admission : 15yrs & over £22 Concession : 65yrs & over £20 Concession : Children 5-14yrs Under 5yrs go free £8
  18. F1 World Championship Semi-Final plus Ministox The big league BriSCA F1 are back in town and this time it’s the road to gold with the first Semi Final! Who will make the World Final Grid? If that’s not enough, the National Ministox are also on the bill. Upgrade tickets are available by visiting www.YorStox.co.uk Kids under 10 go absolutely FREE Don’t forget - this event was scheduled for Sunday 31st July at Sheffield and had to be moved due to stadium maintenance. This event is at Bradford on 30th July.
  19. F1 European Championship plus F2 Advance Weekend tickets General Admission : 15yrs & over £45 Concession : 65yr’s & over £41 Concession : Children 5-14yrs £15 Under 5yrs go free Saturday General Admission : 15yrs & over £25. Concession : 65yr’s & over £23. Concession : Children 5-14yrs £8. Under 5yrs go free Sunday General Admission : 15yrs & over £30. Concession : 65yr’s & over £28. Concession : Children 5-14yrs £10. Under 5yrs go free
  20. F1 plus F2 and Saloons The place to be for the biggest stock car weekend of the year, the three main stock car formulas all at one place for two days of nonstop racing.. Brisca F2 Stock Cars, around 90 F2s will be here to qualify for the UK Championship, there will be cars racing from all parts of the UK, plus Drivers from Northern Ireland, with all of the top driver in this formula at Skeggy, it’s no mean feat to win the coveted UK trophy. Qualifying for the UK takes place on Saturday night with points scorers carried forward to Sunday and Drivers from the two Consolations on Sunday making up the 36 car UK Championship grid. Saturday’s final is for the Cottage Farm trophy. The 2L Saloon Stock Cars who often steal the show where ever they race, will be joined by Drivers from Scotland, Northern Ireland and Mainland Europe. The Saloons race in the heats on Saturday night with the top 30 points scorers going forward to Sundays UK Championship in memory of Marion, a last chance race on Sunday makes up the grid. Sunday also sees the Ray Gunn Tribute Race. Brisca F1 Stock Cars are the third formula of this weekend on the Saturday night will be the Ray Tyldesley Memorial and the Frunk Hughes on the Sunday. The now traditional “Teng Tools” Champions Challenge will commence at 3pm on the Saturday with a meet and greet session for F1 World Champion Tom Harris, F2 World Champ Chris Burgoyne and Saloon Points Champion Michael Allard ( The Saloon World Champion is unavailable due to a wedding, bad planning there!). Representing Teng Tools will be Gary North. Don’t forget about the famous Late night bar and disco, what happens in Skeg Vegas stays in Skeg Vegas! There will be public access over this weekend to the pits. Also advance tickets can’t be used a the pitgate, thanks. PLEASE DON’T ARRIVE BEFORE THE OPENING TIMES LISTED ON THE OTHER PAGE. Blocking the road causes problems with the local council so again please don’t arrive before the gates open. Thanks Spectator Carpark cost £2 per vehicle for this event we will fill the main car park first then move to the over flow at the North end (Seaside end) of the stadium. All blue badge holders (if space is available) can park on the normal carpark, there is NO parking along the roadside behind the grandstand. You will only be able to enter and exit the normal car park from the far gate under the car on the pole. The turnstile gate will be closed. Advance Tickets are available for the weekend only, individual days are only available on the day, cash or card. Weekend wristbands will also be available at the Turnstiles on the Saturday. Advance sales will end on or before the 1st July. We are thrilled to be welcomed into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame with our Certificate of Excellence and we have a 4.7 out of 5 rating on google. You really should be coming along to Skegness Raceway to be part of the excitement & fun that lots of people are talking about and have had a great time over the last few years. We are also members of Visit Britain and Visit England. And we are also home of the Skeg Vegas sign! Skegness Raceway boast fantastic facilities We have a large undercover Grandstand, extended by 50% in 2020, if you prefer to watch from outside, the arena is raised terracing so plenty of unhindered viewing. We also have Bars (including our family Raceview Bar, heated for chilly days), shops, catering, toilets, disabled toilets and baby changing facilities. We have no direct seating, large tyres are banked in on each bend which do create a seating area. You are welcome to bring your own chairs. The seaside end allows a great area for wheelchair viewing. We have some ongoing improvements at the raceway, the ground near the turnstiles may be muddy under foot. Please bear with us as we continue to improve the Raceway Sorry there isn’t a cash machine at the raceway There is public access to the pits. Disabled parking, park where directed. Thanks Trackside parking no longer available (hasn’t been since 2017) and there is also no longer a bus service to the Raceway, we do have a large car park. Sorry camping is only available on the Saturday night and isn’t bookable. Note. Large quantities of food and drink are not allowed to be brought in to the Stadium arena. You may enter the Stadium with a small amount of food and non- alcoholic beverage suitable for one person’s consumption ie. Sandwich, packet of crisps and bottle of soft drink. We will not allow cooler boxes, holdalls, shopping bags, backpacks etc. filled with refreshments. Nor will we allow trays, packs crates etc. of soft drinks. STRICTLY NO ALCOHOL or GLASS. Alcohol will be confiscated If you have specific dietary requirements for health reasons, please bring a confirmation letter with you from your GP. We race in all weather conditions. Well behaved dogs on leads are allowed to be brought into the venue. No tents, shelters, gazebos, marquee’s, pop up tents or similar are allowed inside the Stadium Arena.
  21. Coming up . . . War of the Worlds! F1 Stock Car action and Unlimited Banger teams. . . one monster night of Short Oval racing. Saturday 2nd July, 5pm; BriSCA F1 is back! Big, brutal, fast and furious Stock Car action, joined by the superb Unlimited Bangers; big cars, big stars, big action…they are great to watch around the King's Lynn shale. Last year we raised awareness for Men’s Mental health at War of the Worlds and the event this year will do the same again. Raising awareness and money for CALM. If you would like to raise money please do so, a fundraising form is available on our website here: https://www.stockcar-racing.co.uk/content/news/2022-mental-health-awareness-and-fundraiser-meetin.ashx Event details will be available closer to the time, driver bookings will open soon. The Spectator gate will open from 3pm, first race 5pm. The arena boasts great viewing all around (plenty of under cover viewing too!), FREE on site and overflow parking, disabled viewing, licensed bars, ample food outlets and other great facilities. Advance tickets are no longer necessary, but are cheaper than at the box office and will be available on the website soon. https://www.stockcar-racing.co.uk/ Another Super Saturday night of Stock Car action at King's Lynn, we hope to see you there.
  22. The excitement builds… We are pleased to announce that Rob Speak has confirmed he will be racing a BriSCA F1 at the British at Bradford on Saturday 25th June! This is going to be one not to miss..!
  23. F1 World Qualifying Round plus National Ministox and National Hot Rods General Admission £22 Concession : (65yrs & over) £20 Concession : Children (5-14yrs) Under 5yr's go free £8 Programme £2 Car Parking £2 Advance tickets available from https://spedeworthtickets.co.uk/
  24. F1 WCQR plus Ministox. Adult - £22 Senior - £20 Child (10-15) - £12 Child (up to 9) - Free Family Ticket - £60 It is meeting number 3 of the year at Owlerton Stadium and after two great events its the turn of the mighty BriSCA F1 Stock Cars to rock the stadium. The F1's will be competing in a World Qualifying round for them all important points. Some of these drivers will be back in July to compete in a Semi Final which YorStox will be holding at Sheffield on Sunday 31st July. YorStox have also added a Whites and Yellows race for this meeting to give lower graded BriSCA F1 drivers some track time. Also racing we have the stars of the future being the National Ministox who have alreaded tested the fence back in May and the BriSCA F2s. Bookings are now being taken for the BriSCA F2, these can be made by texting 07933 630238. Racing kicks off from 12:30pm sharp, information such as turnstile opening times will be announced closer to the event. The stadium boasts a large car park by the turnstile entrance, there is a small charge for using the car park which is managed by the stadium. Tickets are available to purchase online via the YorStox website, once purchased you will receive a QR code which is your admittance into the stadium. If you are arriving separately on the same order you can 'send' a ticket via the FIXr website or app to people within your party. Please note a QR code can only be used once, do not try to share this code around as it will not work. You may also simply purchase tickets on the day via the turnstile entrance, cash or card is accepted. The stadium boasts a full covered spectator terrace, including a glass fronted bar to relax and watch the racing unfold from. Full disabled access and lifts are available as well as disabled and baby changing toilet facilities. Food and drink outlets will be open on the home straight. Sorry but no dogs are allowed into the stadium due to licensing laws. The pits will be open pre meeting but please return to the main stadium at 12 noon. All pedestrian access MUST be via the turnstile entrance. Thankyou for your attendance, keep in touch with all things YorStox by following us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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