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  1. BriSCA Management Board – Statement Discussions have been ongoing for many weeks to complete the 2022 BriSCA F1 calendar and a centre focus of the sports is which venue is to host the all important World Final. Buxton Raceway have the entitlement to host the event for 2022 and both BSCDA and BriSCA have held a series of meetings with the promoter to finalise plans for the World Final and the venue. These have been supportive and constructive from all sides to reach an equitable solution and what benefits the sport. We apologise that, by necessity, these discussions have been elongated to engineer the most attractive solution possible and achieve everyone’s ambitions. Matt Watson plans and is committed to considerable investment into the raceway in terms of upgrades however, in the final analysis and in no small part, Covid uncertainties have precluded a much earlier start to planned works than may have been envisaged and rather than compromise this major event, it has been agreed that Mr Watson will for season 2022 operate his World Final elsewhere to allow him the security of further investment to host the World Final in the Peak District in the future. BriSCA, the promoter and BSCDA have been in full consultation throughout and a creative solution has been resolved whereby the 2022 World Final will take place at IPSWICH on Saturday 10th September and creating further interest and a twist, the Friday night event will be hosted at Mildenhall Stadium. The two venues fit well and geographically for fans and accommodation. Our relationship with Mainland Europe and the Netherlands is also a major consideration as with Covid, the last two years have been conflicted and it is important that both sides of the water move forwards together and rebuild post Covid and with Northampton Sunday, the spice of Mildenhall we feel will add interest and be attractive to drivers from both tarmac and shale. Further information will be released by Buxton Raceway later in the month and the full BriSCA calendar issued asap. B.M.B https://briscaf1.com/2022/01/13/brisca-management-board-statement-world-final-2022/
  2. The 2017 Championship Of The World Final Advance ticket prices: General Admission £35 Over 65's £30 Children (5-14)yrs £18 Grandstand Seating (including admission) £48 Order advance tickets by phoning 01252 322920 (Mon-Fri 9am-5pm) or visiting the online shop On the day ticket prices: General Admission £45 Over 65s £40 Children (5-14)yrs £28 Grandstand Seating (including admission) £58 All other details TBA
  3. Hi guys, I decided to write a preview for the World Final next weekend. Constructive feedback much appreciated and welcomed, as I'm working towards a career Motorsport journalism. Facebook Page - Jayracemedia Instagram - Jayracemedia Twitter - Jayracemedia 2017 BRISCA FORMULA 1 STOCK CAR CHAMPIONSHIP OF THE WORLD – PREVIEW This Saturday sees the Brisca Formula 1 Stock Cars take centre stage for what is their biggest night of the season. This year’s race takes place at Ipswich’s Foxhall Stadium, which last hosted the World Final in 2008. On that occasion, it was 391 Andy Smith who took the title for the third time in what was a very successful F1 Stock Car career. But let’s turn our attention to this year, shall we? Frankie Wainman Jnr will defend his World title which he won last year at Coventry’s Brandon Stadium. But as always, he will face some fierce competition for that Gold roof of his. One man who would love to win it is the European Champion, 445 Nigel Green. Nigel has been on great form this year, especially on tarmac and has won many F1 races in his relatively short F1 career so far. Like last year, he won the first of two semi-finals at Skegness Stadium on the 29th July. He then won the coin toss too which means he will start on pole position for the second World Final in a row, but I’m sure he will be hoping for better luck this year. Last year’s World Final challenge only lasted as far as turn one for Green as a hit from 2015 World Champion, Rob Speak caused him to drop well down the field. He eventually recovered to finish eleventh. Will this year be a different story for the new European Champion? The man who Nigel Green will share the front row with in 2017 is the man who he took that European Championship from, this is of course Dan Johnson. Dan is no stranger to big races having held plenty of titles over the years, but he has never won the big one. He came so close last year taking the lead from Frankie Wainman Jnr after he got caught up with Chris Cowley on turns three and four. Dan was holding on to the lead fine until he caught a back marker heading into turn one giving him a front Right puncture and ending his World title hopes for another year. In fact, the World has been a bit of a mixed bag for him with three DNF’s in his nine World Final appearances so far. However, he has come second on two occasions in 2011 and 2012. So, can his tenth World Final appearance lead DJ to Gold for the first time in his F1 career? He also won a heat race at the World Qualifying round earlier in the season at Ipswich too! So, he’ll be challenging the pole man for the win for sure. Lining up third on the grid this year is 259 Paul Hines. Paul is a bit of a veteran in F1’s with this being his sixteenth season of racing. Having won plenty of races including three major titles (World Semi Final 2011, British Champion 2010 and European Champion in 2005), but he has never won the World Final. He has had a bit of a mixed bag with World Finals too with five of his eleven World Final appearance’s so far being DNF’s. In fact, he has a best World Final finish of fourth to his name. So, with him starting third this year, could he get his best finish in a World Final race yet? Paul Hines will be sharing the second row of the grid with 390 Stuart Smith who won the World Final back in 2007, amongst other titles he’s won. But since then, he has had a best place finish of second which was in the 2014 chapter of this prestigious title. He hasn’t had the best of luck since that 2014 World Final race though, with two DNF’s in the last two World Final’s. So, I’m sure he will just be hoping to finish this year giving his most recent form in the big races. After all, Juan Manuel Fangio (and other top drivers across the world of Motorsport) all have said “To finish first, first you have to finish” which I’m sure he’ll remember. After all, it is a long race where anything can happen… The third row will be filled by Overseas drivers who will compete in lap trials to decide where they will start on the World Final grid. Lining up seventh on the grid is 197 Ryan Harrison, a driver who is no stranger to winning a big title race, picking up three in the 2013 season including a World Semi Final, the European title and the National Series. He is also a three-time champion of the under 25’s title. Despite all his title wins though, he has never won a World Final. In his previous four World Final appearances, he has had three DNF’s and a best finish of third. So, in his fifth World Final race, can Ryan finally get the Gold? He managed a third-place finish in the Final at Ipswich earlier in the season too, so he knows his way around there. Lining up eighth and alongside Ryan Harrison will be the defending Champion, 1(515) Frankie Wainman Jnr. Out of the drivers of this year’s grid, Frankie has some great experience with the big Championship races, with 30 years of Stock Car racing under his belt and three World Championship’s to his name. But it’s not just World Final’s Frankie wins, as his F1 career has been littered with major title success including nine British titles and three European titles amongst plenty of others. So, even though he is starting a little further back this year than he did last year, I’m sure he will be there or there abouts come the end of the big race. Ninth will be 21 Mark Gilbank who also has a lot of racing years under his belt too, in fact this will be his 27th season behind the wheel. Mark is a two-time winner of the Trust Fund Trophy as well as winning the Bumper Trophy in 2012. He also has five different Memorial Trophies to his name too. However, he has never had much luck with any of the bigger title races, especially the World Final. In his previous seventeen World Final appearances, Mark has a best placed finish of fourth which he got in 2009, however he has two DNF’s to his name in his previous two World Final appearances. However, Mark is a vastly experienced driver who is quite capable of a surprise result, so it may be worth looking out for the number 21 car. Tenth on the grid will be Lee Fairhurst who won the World Championship in 2012 when it was held at Skegness Stadium. On that occasion, he started from near back of the grid and came through a chaotic race to win his only World title to date. So even though he is tenth on the grid this year, he is still a driver to watch out for, especially if it is a race with plenty of Yellow flags. Lee has also won his fair share of other big title races too, including winning the British Championship twice and also being crowned European Champion in 2009. He finished third last year at Coventry so will be looking to go two better this time round. Row six will be another row of overseas qualifiers. Lining up thirteenth will be Rob Speak who has numerous titles to his name in the world of Brisca Stock Car racing. Now, the situation in which Rob found himself in is quite unique as he has only raced once this year due to retiring at the end of last season to focus on promoting Skegness Stadium this season. But due to winning the National Series and Silver roof this year, he was automatically seeded into one of the two World Semi Finals. And with Nigel Green choosing to race at Skegness, it meant that Rob Speak was also seeded to the Skegness Semi-Final grid! There were multiple questions and discussions as to whether he would race or not, but eventually, he decided he would, purely because it was literally at his track and so the Davidson race team lent him with a car so he could race. Rob eventually finished well to book his spot on the World Final grid. Rob pretty much goes into this race then with no pressure, but as he said, “Whenever I put my crash helmet on, I want to win!” So, you may want to look out for the 318 car on World Final night too. Not to mention he has won the World Final twice before in 2001 and 2015. Lining up beside Rob in fourteenth is 220 Will Hunter. Will only has a couple of years of experience behind him, but he has impressed very much. He made his debut in the World Final last year but sadly for Will, he scored a DNF. He hasn’t had much luck with any of the other major Championships either in his short career so far, but I expect Will to be challenging for them within the next few seasons. After all, he has notched up five race wins and thirty-three podium finishes so far in his short career. Lining up fifteenth on the grid is 207 Ben Hurdman. This is Ben’s seventh season in the Brisca Formula 1 Stock Cars in which he was won eight races and finished on the podium on twenty occasions. This is in fact his debut in a World Final race, so I think it’s fair to say there will be a few nerves but plenty of excitement too come this Saturday for Ben and his family. Starting sixteenth will be 16 Mat Newson, who is quite an experienced campaigner too, in this, his seventeenth season. Mat has won four titles’ in this period of time including a World Semi Final win in 2014. In his previous nine World Final appearances, he has a best finish of third which he got in 2015 when the World Final was held at his home track of Kings Lynn. So, can he push hard for the win or another podium finish this year at (probably) his second closest track. Row nine will be another row of overseas qualifiers. A former World Champion will start nineteenth on the grid in the shape of Craig Finnikin of car 55. He has won the World Final back in 2014 at Coventry’s Brandon Stadium. He has also won the British title and National Series as well as the World of Shale back in 2011. So, it’s fair to say he is not shy of these big Championship races. This will be his twelfth World Final start in a race which has given him mixed fortunes, a bit like some other drivers on the grid. In all the times he has finished a World Final, he has never finished outside the top ten, so I’m sure he’ll want to keep that personal record alive come Saturday night. Lining up alongside Craig will be 335 Mark Woodhull. This will be Mark’s sixth World Final appearance and his first one since 2014. He hasn’t finished a World Final since 2002 though, clocking up DNF’s in the other four. He doesn’t seem to have much luck when it comes to any of the other big title races either. This isn’t to say he isn’t a quick driver, as in his nineteen years of Formula 1 Stock Car racing, he has grabbed forty-six race wins and has finished on the podium 168 times as well. Can he finally get on the podium in his sixth World Final appearance? Twenty-first on the World Final grid will be Drew Lammas in 543. In just his first full season in Brisca Formula 1 Stock Cars, Drew has managed to qualify for his first World Final, even more impressive given that he had to come through the Stoke Semi-Final on what is he’s less favoured surface. So, with the World Final being on tarmac, you can expect to see him making a charge towards the front of the pack on Saturday night. Drew will face some stiff opposition too though, with former World Champion and multiple Championship winner, Paul Harrison in car number 2 lining up alongside him. Paul probably has the most experience of Formula 1 Stock Car racing on this year’s grid with this being his thirty-third season (only a couple in front of current World Champion, 1(515) Frankie Wainman Jnr). With this many years of racing, there also comes plenty of major title success with four British titles and two European’s, to name a few. So, with plenty of experience in Formula 1 Stock Car racing which also includes experience of major title success (including the World title), can we possibly see Paul grab the Gold roof for a second time in his career? It will be hard from his grid spot, but anything is possible and I’m sure he will give it his all. Row twelve will be another row of overseas qualifiers. Michael Scriven in car 12 will start twenty-fifth on the grid this year. Michael is a fairly experienced campaigner himself with this being his seventeenth season of Formula 1 Stock Car racing with his biggest title win coming in the 2013 Trust Fund race. This will be Michael’s eighth World Final in which he’s best finishing position in the previous seven is 5th which he got in the 2012 edition of this most prestigious race. On that occasion, the race was held on tarmac too, so can he beat or equal his best finish in a World Final this year? Lining up alongside Michael will be 212 Daniel Wainman. This is Daniel’s eleventh season in the Brisca Formula 1 Stock Cars in which he has had a pretty good time in winning fifty-two races and finishing on the podium 188 times. Hr has also tasted some Championship success too winning the Grand National title in 2013 and the Under 25’S title in 2015. This will be his ninth World Final start in which he has failed to finish in five of them. One of these was the 2008 World Final when it was last held at Ipswich. However, on the three occasions when he has finished the World Final, they have all been in the top ten. So, I’m sure Daniel will be looking to keep that little personal record running for another year. Twenty-seventh will be 169 Billy Johnson. This is Billy’s seventh season behind the wheel of an F1 Stock Car. He hasn’t really had much success in any of the big Championship races so far in his short career, but I’m sure with a little more experience, we could start seeing him challenging at the sharp end. Alongside Billy will be Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr in 555. Frankie is the son of current World Champion, Frankie Wainman Jnr and also nephew of Daniel, who starts just in front of him. He started off in Brisca Ministox where he won some major titles before making his F1 Stock Car debut in October 2015 at Skegness. This will be his debut in the World Final at only his second attempt of trying, so I’m sure he will be looking for a strong finish. But with his uncle starting right in front of him, I’m sure he’ll be hoping there’s no major contact heading into turn one on the opening lap! Row fifteen will see the first two drivers to cross the line from the LQC, the first race of the night. These LCQ’s are like a World Final race in itself, with only the top two booking their place on the World Final grid. And with some top drivers in there, I’m sure that will be a great race to kick off proceedings. And the final two rows of the grid will be for the overseas qualifiers. Due to the local council restraint’s, there is no Friday night meeting for any overseas drivers which means practice will be crucial for them to look at the track and then extract the best out of the car in the lap trials on Saturday afternoon. So, that’s it. Thirty-six drivers will battle it out in order to decide who will be crowned Champion of the World for the next twelve months. I wish all drivers the very best of luck and hope everyone enjoys the biggest night of the year!
  4. Dan Johnson 2014 Venray world cup winning Tarmac car Less engine and gearbox 18 degree head Simpson exhaust 5 1/2 inch titon clutch & alloy bell housing Can be taken away after any race meeting £10,000 Please contact Daniel Johnson on 07966 417693 Attached Thumbnails
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