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By BSCDA, Feb 13 2019 03:43PM

Only a few days to go until the first ever Motorsport with Attitude Show, taking place at the East of England Showground on Saturday 16th and Sunday 17th February.


We have 16 F1s booked to appear between the Live Action and the static stands. Come along and get a pre-season racing fix!


Drivers - if you want to return your Licence Applications ready for the 2019 season, Sophie will be on the stand all weekend so bring them with you. If you would like to collect an MSD box please order one in advance and they can be collected from the show to save the carriage cost.


More details about what's going on are available at www.motorsportwithattitude.com

By BSCDA, Jan 24 2019 03:25PM

Five Brisca Formula One drivers made the trip to Rotorua to contest the 2019 World 240s Championship. The five were the ever present Frankie Wainman Jnr in the Bernie Fox car, Lee Fairhurst in the Rob Lintern car, Bobby Griffin in a car supplied by Clint Hill, Ben Riley in the 1NZ car of William Humphries and Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr in the Palmerston North Speedway car. Also making the trip was Karl Hawkins who tried to qualify on the Friday night. After Fridays qualifying session which the Brits didn’t have to contest the top 26 drivers were decided to see who would be crowned 2019 World 240s Champion 2019.


After the practice on Friday the Fairhurst car had developed gasket issues and Peter Bengston who had failed to qualify returned the favour to the Fairhurst team by lending them his car for the Saturday. The crowd for Saturday was huge with spectators being turned away at the turnstiles before the meeting started.


Race 1 saw Ben Riley on pole with Lee Fairhurst on his outside, Griffin was on grid 12 with Wainman Jnr on 21 with JnrJnr directly behind his dad on grid 23. At the green the usual Rotorua melee into turn 1 and 2 saw all the Brits going backwards as the cars sorted themselves out. Wainman Jnr was the only Brit making any ground as the rest appeared to be coming to terms with the Kiwi style of racing. Thomas Stanaway won this one from Asher Rees and Malcolm Ngatai. Frankie Jnr was the first Brit home making up 9 places from his grid 21 start to finish 12th, with Lee in 17th, Frankie JnrJnr in 19th, Bobby in 24th and Ben Riley didn’t finish.


Race 2 and the grid saw Junior on 8th with his son directly behind him again, Ben on 14 with Lee alongside him and Bobby on grid 25. Again the there was a coming together in turns 1 & 2 which developed into a major for 2 of the Brits as they went into turn 3 with the 515GB car being lifted up the fence with Keegan Levien underneath him as he came down the 555GB made heavy contact with the rear of the Wainman Jnr machine. This resulted in red flags where the Levien car was removed. On the restart the 515GB was obviously damaged and he eventually retired. Lee was now starting to get to grips with the Bengston machine making up some ground. Benji Sneddon won this one from Wayne Hemi and Jayden Ward. First Brit was Fairhurst in 11th with Riley, Griffin and Wainman Jnr Jnr taking the lesser places.


Going into race 3 the Brits were not really in the running for the title but the expected fireworks never really ignited with only a couple of hits going in that made any change to the championship. Griffin was the standout Brit in this one starting from Grid 4 he picked up a great 2nd place with Lee now really getting the Bengston machine flying gaining 6th from his grid 24 start with the 2 Wainmans gaining mid race places closely followed by Riley. Jordan Dare won this one with Griffin second and Graeme Barr 3rd.


The overall result was now a tie between Benji Sneddon and Thomas Stanaway for first and Asher Rees and Jayden Ward also tying for 3rd & 4th. So run offs were required to decide the placings. The run offs are 4 laps and it is the first driver over the line gets the win. The race for 3rd & 4th saw Asher take the lead with Ward pushing him round for the first two laps and then Ward made a move and was able to take the lead which he held to the flag with Rees pushing him around the track for 4th overall. The race for 1st and 2nd resulted in Stanaway in the turn 2 fence after a hit on the Sneddon car failed gifting the win to Benji Sneddon from Palmerston North.


Result – 417p Benji Sneddon, 2nd 87 B Thomas Stanaway, 3rd 971C Jayden Ward. With Lee Fairhurst the first Englishman home in 10th place.


By BSCDA, Jan 21 2019 10:10AM

For 2019 the BSCDA will have a Technical Scrutineer base at every meeting in the form of a box trailer which will feature decals of sponsors. The trailer will be towed by Dave Riley who has moved into the position of Post Race Technical Scrutineer. Dave will be covering many miles throughout 2019 and what better than to have your logo on the side of the new BSCDA trailer, not only parked in prime positions in the pit area but travelling many motorway miles too!


For just £250 your logo will be displayed on the trailer throughout 2019 (Size 12" x 8" approx). Excellent exposure for any business!


Contact Sophie at admin@bscda.co.uk or 07961 820 884 for more information but don't leave it too late, the decals will be prepared prior to the first meeting so that your business will receive maximum exposure.

By BSCDA, Dec 21 2018 10:10AM


Yes that’s right - £100!


We are looking at 2019 being the people’s World Final and we want to give companies and people the chance of becoming the World Final sponsor who would not normally be able to afford the outlay.

Simply buy a raffle ticket from the Trackstar website for £100 by selecting any number which is still available from 1-59 - the winning number will be based on the Bonus Ball in the National Lottery Draw on the Saturday following the purchase of the final opportunity to become the F1 World Final sponsor.

Tickets are available for £100 each.


If you own a company it represents an unrivalled and unmissable opportunity to get Europe wide coverage for your company as well as being able to treat your staff and customers to an unmissable night out in comfort at one of Europe’s top motor racing events of 2019.

What a thank you it would be to your sponsors for the their support over the years if you are a diver - to give them the exposure associated with being the headline sponsor for the pinnacle event of the season or an incredible treat for your race team and helpers by giving them the opportunity to have an unforgettable night at the World Final – and you can do this for the price of an American Racer Tyre!

This opportunity is not just open to companies and drivers though – if you are a fan of BriSCA F1 Stock Cars this would be an unforgettable night for you, your friends and family and present a unique opportunity to soak up the atmosphere of the night and do things which any fan would give their right arm for such as presenting the trophies to the new World Champion.

The winner of the raffle will receive the following;


* Become the headline sponsor of the 2019 F1 Stock Car World Final


* Receive 30 complimentary tickets for the event (Value £1350)


* Have exclusive use of one of the self contained hospitality units together with hostess for the evening


* £500 worth of drinks


* £500 buffet


* Chance to present awards to the World Final qualifiers as well as present the trophies to the top three in the World Final


* Double page spread in our award winning souvenir Programme


* An advert at every Stock Car event at King's Lynn on the giant screen from when the sponsor is confirmed until the end of the season with extra screen coverage at the World Final meeting


* VIP priority car parking for guests


Follow the link below to get your ticket now!