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    • Big Van Bangers Crash for Cancer IV, 2L Banger Norfolk Teams & Reliant Robin World of Shale

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Latest Results

  • Saturday 17 August

    Saturday 17 August

    Granada/Volvo Bangers: 103 Jack Deacon, 1300 Stock Cars: 149 Todd Payne, Junior Bangers: 842 Keaton Ivins

    Updated: 22 Aug 2019 11:33

  • Sunday 04 August

    Sunday 04 August

    Unlimited Bangers: 757 Callum Gill. 2L Bangers: 194 Daniel Cowell. Micro Bangers: 757 Callum Gill. UK Modifieds: 197 Murray Harrison

    Updated: 08 Aug 2019 23:11

  • Next Meetings

    • Monday 26 August - 13:00
    • Big Van Bangers Crash for Cancer IV, 2L Banger Norfolk Teams & Reliant Robin World of Shale
    • Saturday 31 August - 17:00
    • F1 Stock Cars World Championship Consolation Semi Final, F2 Stock Cars, BriSCA Ministox
    • Saturday 07 September - 17:30
    • Unlimited Banger World of Shale & 2L Stock Cars
    • Friday 13 September - 18:30
    • F1 Stock Cars - Overseas only & 2L Stock Cars

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F1 Stock Car World Final Grid

The F1 Stock Car World Final is the season's pinnacle for the formula and is widely recognised as being the biggest Short Oval Race to take place outside of the USA.

There are different qualifying systems for drivers in the UK and overseas drivers.

In the UK, drivers qualify for the World Final through one of two Semi Finals which this season take place at Sheffield and Buxton. Drivers qualify for a Semi Final by scoring points at World Championship Qualifying Rounds which take place around the country. These started at the end of last year and take place until the end of June. When the qualifying process has finished the top 48 points scorers are allocated to one of the Semi FInals. The driver who finishes top of the World Qualifying Points gets to pick which Semi Final to compete in and he will start that race on pole position with the driver who finishes in fourth place in the qualifying process starting alongside him. The drivers who finished second and third make up the first row of the other Semi FInal and the other drivers are allocated to the two Semi Finals using the same principal. Click here for the latest World Qualifying scores. The top 10 drivers in each Semi Final qualify for the World Final with the winners of the Semi Finals starting the World Final on the front row. The UK drivers who fail to qualify for the World Final get one more chance to make the grid in the Consolation Semi Final where the final two places on the grid are decided; this race takes place on 31 August at King's Lynn. If the current World Champion fails to qualify through the normal process he will get the chance to defend his title from the back of the grid.

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Who will get their name on the F1 World Final Trophy in 2019?

Overseas drivers qualify for the World Final via qualifying procedures in the countries in which they are domiciled. Rows 3, 6, 9 etc, of the grid are reserved for international competitors. The international qualifiers do a series of "hot laps" to determine their position on the World Final grid, with the drivers who can set the quickest time getting the best international spot on the grid.

Once the UK and International qualifiers for the World Final are known they will appear on this page.

The 14 September will bring the sixty-sixth running of the F1 Stock Car World Final which can trace its roots back to 1954 when the event was actually run twice with Mac McDonnell and Jerzy Wojtowicz being the two winners. Since then the World Final has taken place at 11 different tracks. This will be the fifth time that King's Lynn has had the honour of staging the race - and plans are afoot to make this the biggest staging as well! 

BriSCA F1 Stock Car World Championship Roll of Honour

Year  Winner Runner Up Third Place Venue
1955 35 Mac McDonnell 98 Joe Farley 80 Percy Betts Harringay
1955 99 Jerzy Wojtowicz 173 Vic Ferriday 3 Steve Storm Belle Vue, Manchester
1956 7 Johnny Brise 48 Jimmy Gee 10 Vic Ferriday Belle Vue, Manchester
1957 42 Aubrey Leighton 5 Doug Wardropper 14 Harry Foot Belle Vue, Manchester
1958 0 Bob Reeve 3 Graham Warner 42 Aubrey Leighton Belle Vue, Manchester
1959 103 Johnny Brise 38 Fred Mitchell 5 Doug Wardropper Belle Vue, Manchester
1960 103 Johnny Brise 38 Fred Mitchell 5 Doug Wardropper Coventry
1961 131 Jock Lloyd 9 Johnny King 104 Ted Pankhurst West Ham
1962 38 Fred Mitchell 61 Ken Freeman 245 Alan Wardropper Belle Vue, Manchester
1963 5 Doug Wardropper 104 Ted Pankhurst 35 Alan Wardropper Harringay
1964 68 Trevor Frost 37 Don Evans 69 Nev Hughes Coventry
1965 3 Ellis Ford 245 Alan Wardropper 152 Ron Rogers West Ham
1966 38 Fred Mitchell 152 Ron Rogers 55 Charlie Finnikin Belle Vue, Manchester
1967 375 George Ansell 394 Johnny Pratt 152 Ron Rogers Harringay
1968 100 Tony Neal 152 Ron Rogers 55 Charlie Finnikin Coventry
1969 391 Stuart Smith 244 Jim Esau 13 Gerry Weir Belle Vue, Manchester
1970 244 Jim Esau 391 Stuart Smith 8 Pete Webb Harringay
1971 396 Doug Cronshaw 311 Ian Durham 375 George Ansell Coventry
1972 391 Stuart Smith 306 Mick Noden 396 Doug Cronshaw Belle Vue, Manchester
1973 252 Dave Chisholm 391 Stuart Smith 396 Doug Cronshaw Harringay
1974 252 Dave Chisholm 391 Stuart Smith 306 Mick Noden Coventry
1975 252 Dave Chisholm 391 Stuart Smith 396 Doug Cronshaw Belle Vue, Manchester
1976 3 Stuart Bamforth 293 Gordon Smith 212 Frankie Wainman White City, Manchester
1977 199 Mike Close 212 Frankie Wainman 2 Willie Harrison Coventry
1978 304 Dave Mellor 229 John Hillam 175 Glyn Pursey Belle Vue, Manchester
1979 212 Frankie Wainman 306 Mick Noden 55 Bert Finnikin White City, Manchester
1980 391 Stuart Smith 304 Dave Mellor 53 John Lund Coventry
1981 190 Len Wolfenden 154 Brian Powles 199 Mike Close Odsal, Bradford
1982 2 Willie Harrison 199 Mike Close 260 Dave Berresford Belle Vue, Manchester
1983 1 Stuart Smith 203 Danny Clarke 2 Willie Harrison Coventry
1984 1 Stuart Smith 190 Len Wolfenden 304 Dave Mellor Belle Vue, Manchester
1985 1 Stuart Smith 190 Len Wolfenden 55 Bert Finnikin Odsal, Bradford
1986 33 Peter Falding

304 Dave Mellor

1 Stuart Smith Coventry
1987 53 John Lund 212 Frankie Wainman 260 Dave Berresford Belle Vue, Manchester
1988 53 John Lund 286 John Toulson 501 Chris Elwell Hednesford
1989 85 Ray Tyldesley 33 Peter Falding 213 Des Chandler Coventry
1990 55 Bert Finnikin 260 Dave Berresford 53 John Lund Odsal, Bradford
1991 53 John Lund 55 Bert Finnikin 33 Peter Falding Hednesford
1992 53 John Lund 471 Bobby Burns 33 Peter Falding Odsal, Bradford
1993 33 Peter Falding 2 Paul Harrison 64 Kev Smith Coventry
1994 391 Andy Smith 64 Kev Smith 260 Dave Berresford Odsal, Bradford
1995 250 Keith Chambers 213 Des Chandler 97 Murray Harrison Hednesford
1996 53 John Lund 2 Paul Harrison 515 Frankie Wainman Junior Coventry
1997 53 John Lund 515 Frankie Wainman Junior 33 Peter Falding Odsal, Bradford
1998 515 Frankie Wainman Junior 175 Rob Pearce 2 Paul Harrison Coventry
1999 97 Murray Harrison 212 Frankie Wainman 53 John Lund Coventry
2000 53 John Lund 391 Andy Smith 97 Murray Harrison Coventry
2001 318 Rob Speak 515 Frankie Wainman Junior 391 Andy Smith Hednesford
2002 53 John Lund 318 Rob Speak 383 Dave Johnson Coventry
2003 33 Peter Falding 97 Murray Harrison 380 Steve Cayzer Coventry
2004 1 Peter Falding 321 Ed Neachell 380 Steve Cayzer Coventry
2005 515 Frankie Wainman Junior H007 Dave Schaap 391 Andy Smith Northampton
2006 391 Andy Smith 1 Frankie Wainman Junior 390 Stuart Smith Junior Coventry
2007 390 Stuart Smith Junior 515 Frankie Wainman Junior 391 Andy Smith King's Lynn Stadium
2008 391 Andy Smith 2 Paul Harrison H217 Ron Kroonder Ipswich
2009 391 Andy Smith 515 Frankie Wainman Junior 2 Paul Harrison King's Lynn Stadium
2010 391 Andy Smith 515 Frankie Wainman Junior 55 Craig Finnikin Coventry
2011 2 Paul Harrison 4 Dan Johnson 391 Andy Smith Northampton
2012 217 Lee Fairhurst 4 Dan Johnson 515 Frankie Wainman Junior Skegness
2013 84 Tom Harris 55 Craig Finnikin 197 Ryan Harrison King's Lynn Stadium
2014 55 Craig Finnikin 390 Stuart Smith Junior 4 Dan Johnson Coventry
2015 318 Rob Speak 515 Frankie Wainman Junior 16 Mat Newson King's Lynn Stadium
2016 515 Frankie Wainman Junior 318 Rob Speak 217 Lee Fairhurst Coventry
2017 445 Nigel Green 197 Ryan Harrison 515 Frankie Wainman Junior Ipswich
2018 390 Stuart Smith Junior 445 Nigel Green 4 Dan Johnson Skegness

The current World Champion, 390 Stuart Smith Jnr, took his second World title at Skegness last season. It was a typically robust and hard drive which took the charging star to the title. Smith's first World title came at King's Lynn on the first occasion the Adrian Flux Arena staged the event back in 2007. Unfortuantely Smith suffered an Injury in October last year and although well on the mend and still aiming to be an active part of promoting BriSCA F1 throughout 2019, he has indicated that he will not be racing this year while he recovers from his injuries. We wish him all the best in getting back to full health soon.


2018 F1 Stock Car World Champion 390 Stuart Smith Jnr


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