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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How do I get a licence?

 

If you have bought or are hiring a car you will need to take out an FI Driving Licence. If you click here you will be re-directed to where you can download a copy and then all you have to do is complete the form, send it to the BSCDA Secretary along with two passport photos and payment.

 

How do I book in for a race meeting?

 

There is a  central booking system for BriSCA FI drivers. All drivers will book in for all meetings (with the exception of Coventry Stadium) with the BSCDA Secretary. Bookings will go through the BSCDA office and then be compiled and sent to the Promoters.

 

Telephone / Text – 07961 820 884 (Answerphone after 8pm) Email – bscda@yahoo.co.uk

 

Or click here to be re-directed to our Booking In Page

 

How do I become an Associate Member?

 

To become a BSCDA Associate Member simply download the form below and return it to the BSCDA Secretary. From just £25 a year you can become an Associate Member and enjoy all the drivers newsletters and news bulletins. You are also eligble to attend the AGM in November.

 

 

 

How do I get a rule book?

The 2017 Rules & Regulations are sent automatically to every registered driver on completion of their Licence Application. If you are not an F1 registered driver but would like a copy they are available from the Secretary priced at £10.

 

Can I have a dual FI & V8 Licence?

Yes, it is possible to have both FI and V8 Licences, the cost for a joint Licence is £155 / £160 depending on whether newsletters are emailed or posted. You do have to complete both application forms and enclose four passport photos. Please visit the Drivers Info page to download the forms.

 

What time to meetings start and how long do they last ?

Each meeting varies, as it depends what other formulas and how many are booked to appear. If you require a time schedule, it is advised that you contact the individual track for more details of a particular event.

 

How do I find a race track?

If you visit the Fixture Page you will find a Track Guide which features every tracks post code.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Associate Membership Form 2017