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    • Monday 27 August - 1pm
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    • Saturday 08 September - 5pm
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Latest Points

Sat 23 Sept (5.30pm) Preview



F1 Stock Cars

F2 Stock Cars

Free Funfair Ride

Admission - advance E ticketsa re highly recommended!

Drivers Booked to Race

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BriSCA Formula One stock cars return to the Adrian Flux Arena, King’s Lynn, on Saturday night (23 September, 5:30pm) for round three of the 2017 Shootout. Also in action are the BriSCA Formula Two stock cars in the first meeting of their inaugural National Series.

There are currently 45 F1 Stock Cars and 58 F2 Stock Cars booked in to race

Please note that any driver who turns up unbooked will not receive any complimentary admissions that they may be entitled to and may also not be allowed to race if the event is still fully booked.

Drivers should book in to race through their association.

Drivers please note that the pits open at  2pm and your early arrival will be appreciated. Drivers turning up in the last hour could well find themselves missing their first race. 


BriSCA Formula One Stock Cars

The Big League entry is headed by the new world champion, 445 Nigel Green, who added the gold roof to his European title at Ipswich last weekend. Now Green is focussed on the Shootout for the silver roof – which had always been his primary target. Can the Leicestershire man win a third major title in 2017?


New F1 Stock Car World Champion 445 Nigel Green will be looking to score lots of shootout points at King's Lynn this weekend

The two most likely challengers to Green’s supremacy are outgoing world champion 515 Frankie Wainman Jr, who won the final at King’s Lynn at the start of the month, and 390 Stuart Smith Jr who tops the Shootout points at this early stage.

Fourth in the Shootout standing is 212 Danny Wainman who has gone well at the track this year and would love to finally take his first King’s Lynn final win. Next up, 217 Lee Fairhurst  is not generally known for his prowess on the loose, but was a heat winner at the track in July and is in good form.


217 Lee Fairhurst knows how to get to the front at King's Lynn

Worksop driver 4 Dan Johnson’s huge last-bend lunge at the World Final might have been unsuccessful, but it certainly thrilled the crowd and was typical of the entertainer’s all-or-nothing approach to racing.

Home hero 16 Mat Newson will hope to be on the frontrunning pace at his local track, while 55 Craig Finnikin is something of a King’s Lynn specialist, being third in the all-time list of final winners at the track.

The Shootout entry is completed by rising star 422 Ben Riley, late replacement 259 Paul Hines and tarmac specialist 464 Luke Davidson.


422 Ben Riley has quickly risen through the F1 ranks an d competes in the F1 Shootout for the first time this year

Elsewhere, further local interest is provided by Cambridgeshire duo 76 Aaron Cozens and 415 Russell Cooper, while 74 Martin Chadwick makes his BriSCA F1 debut. There is also a very healthy Dutch contingent, including popular entertainer H54 Sierd de Vries and three of the Tesselaar family, who have often been regular visitors in both F1 and F2.

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Several Dutch visitors including the always entertaining H54 Sierd de Vries will be in action



 The smaller single-seaters contest their fourth meeting of the month at the track. It’s a date that will go down in history, as the first-ever round in the new-for-2017 National Series that will decide the silver roof. Fifteen drivers have earned their places in the series by dint of winning one of the formula’s titles during the season, or their position in the various points charts. Twelve of those have signalled their intentions to be in action with us this weekend.


7 Gordon Moodie will be hoping for an easier passage than this at King's Lynn this Saturday when the competition to decide who will wear the silver roof for 2017 begins

Defending the silver roof is 7 Gordon Moodie who has returned to regular shale racing this year as he seeks a record 12th crown. Moodie was runner-up in the World Final at King’s Lynn just a fortnight ago, and also led the World of Shale at Mildenhall last week so has proved he is no slouch on the loose.

Top East Anglian shale men 38 Dave Polley and 606 Andrew Palmer will be aiming to get their National Series campaigns off to a good start and steal a march on their rivals. Shale specialist 905 Rob Mitchell will have a similar target, while English Open champion 615 Josh Coleman could also be one to watch.


Expect a strong challenge from 38 David Polley

Most of the rest of the National Series drivers are better known for their tarmac racing but all attended the recent World Final at the track and have shown a liking for the smooth Saddlebow Road shale which suggests that they cannot be discounted. 2015 world champion 101 Kelvyn Marshall and 560 Luke Wrench in particular have the pace, while 700 Adam Rubery managed a creditable eighth in the world in a borrowed car.

Elsewhere on the entry, there are plenty more very big names on shale who will give the National Series drivers lots to think about. Local man 103 Carl Issitt, 298 Jake Walker, 377 Daz Shaw and 823 Sam Wagner are as fast as they come, while it is good to see Randall Motorsport boss 744 Tom Smart return to the tracks again.


Expect 298 Jake Walker to be challenging for top honours and making life difficult for the shootout drivers! 

Double world champion 732 Daz Kitson will once again be in action, while at the other end of the spectrum, former Superstox man 176 Alex Meadows makes his track debut. 441 Micky Branston and 464 Matt Linfield were both race winners on World Final night and will aim to continue that kind of form. Saloon Stock Car star 211 Jacob Downey also makes a return to formula this weekend.


Funfair Rides

All the fun of the fair will be at King's Lynn on Saturday. The good news for mum and dad is that the ride will b e free for the kids to go on as often as they like!


 fun house



On the day admission is as follows;

Adult - £18

OAP - £16

12-15 year old - £7

Kids up to 11 free

Family (2 adults & 2 12 - 15 year olds) - £46

Click here to save money and beat the queues with advance discount tickets - Highly recomended


Please note that all bags will be searched on entry and coolboxes, glass and alcohol are not allowed to be bought into the venue.


Drivers Booked in to Race

F1 Stock Cars


Shootout Drivers

4 Dan Johnson - Worksop

16 Matt Newson – Norwich

55 Craig Finnikin – Leek

212 Daniel Wainman – Keighley

217 Lee Fairhurst – Bolton

259 Paul Hines - Hinckley

390 Stuart Smith – Rochdale

422 Ben Riley – Salford

445 Nigel Green – Leicester

515 Frankie Wainman Jnr – Keighley


Star Grade – Red Roof

2 Paul Harrison – Rotherham

25 Bradley Harrison – Rotherham

207 Ben Hurdman - Inkberrow

220 Will Hunter - Preston

H377 Boy Tesselaar - Holland

555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr - Keighley


A Grade – Blue Roof

94 John Dowson – Durham

169 Billy Johnson – Loughborough

H179 Sjaak Kentie - Holland

249 Jonathon Gibson - Bury

293 Eliot Smith – Halifax

H295 Willem Zwerver

335 Mark Woodhull – Leicester

372 Colin Goodswen – Harleston

446 Joe Booth – Huddersfield

463 James Morris - Warrington

H410 Jelle Tesselaar – Holland

H440 Mark Tesselaar - Holland


B Grade – Yellow Roof

45 Nigel Harrhy – Sollihull

54 Sierd de Vries – Holland

73 Rob Cowley - Nuneaton

166 Bobby Griffin - Retford

215 Geoff Nicholls – Melton Mowbra

244 Mick Rogers – Kidderminster

278 Paul Hopkins – Lincoln

348 John Wright - Chesterfield


C Grade – White Roof

74 Martin Chadwick – Liverpool

76 Aaron Cozens – Huntingdon

127 Austin Moore – Blackburn

137 Sam Jacklin – Manchester

258 Tommy Hollingworth - Preston

380 Chris Alderson – Barrow in Furness

415 Russell Cooper – Cambridge

451 Martin Spiers - Evesham

483 Wayne Marshall - Altrincham


F2 Stock Cars


Shootout Drivers
7 Gordon Moodie Fife
38 David Polley Manea
101 Kelvyn Marshall Macclesfield
488 Liam Bentham Lancs
527 James Rigall Skegness
560 Luke Wrench Crewe
581 Dan Fallows Stoke on Trent
606 Andrew Palmer Peterborough
615 Josh Coleman Rochdale
618 Ben Lockwood Huddersfield
700 Adam Rubery Brierley Hill
817 Tim Bailey Swadlincote
905 Rob Mitchell Colne
Star Grade - Red Roof
103 Carl Issit Spalding
211 Jacob Downey Wisbech
226 Billy Webster Leeds
H281 Daniel van Spijker Holland
298 Jake Walker Chesterfield
744 Tom Smart Wisbech
823 Sam Wagner Middlesborough
A Grade - Blue Roof
55 Courtney Finnikin Leek
111 Lewis Geach Plymouth
219 Chris Mitchell Colne 
H305 Ron van Wamelen Holland
318 Leyton O Reilly Congleton
377 Daz Shaw Castleford
449 Mark Dorrill Milton Keynes
728 Karl Pilkington Bacup
732 DAZ Kitson Wisbech
871 Mark Simpson Skegness
B Grade - Yelow Roof
81 Mark Clayton Sleaford
H103 Chris van der Elst Holland
121 Henry King Wisbech
231 Matt Clayton East Harling
235 Bradley Blyth Wisbech
252 Sam Claxton Fakenham
351 Gavin Mason Holbeach
441 Micky Branston Leicester
464 Matt Linfield Billingshurst
544 James Rogers Kidderminster
608 Keith Minshall Rugeley
662 Steve Wycherley Holbeach
715 Scott Aldridge King's Lynn
981 Ian Bailey Tring
C Grade - White Roof
73 Dale Bennett Burbage
113 Pat Issit Spalding
209 Kevin Cope
247 Richard Brown King's Lynn
277 Billy Banwell Dereham
338 Warren Brocksopp Leicester
431 Andy Gibbs Warwick
669 John Hindley Manchester
724 Tom Pell Boston
770 Jay Lambe
819 Neil Cope
856 Paul Webb Rushden
908 Stephen Pegg Scunthorpe
941 Jamie Lane Leicester


1.      F2 Stock Car White, Yellows and Dutch

2.      F1 Stock Car White, Yellows and Dutch

3.      F2 Stock Car Heat 1

4.      F2 Stock Car Heat 2

5.      F1 Stock Car Heat 1

6.      F1 Stock Car Heat 2

7.      F2 Stock Car Consolation

8.      F1 Stock Car Consolation

9.      F2 Stock Car Final

10.   F1 Stock Car Final

11.   F2 Stock Car Grand National

12.   F1 Stock Car Grand National


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