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Hot on the heels of last weekend’s all-Volvo Banger bash, there’s another big weekend of action at the Adrian Flux Arena, King’s Lynn, beginning on Saturday night (4 August, 5pm) with the first BriSCA Formula One World Championship semi-final. With fantastic support provided by two-litre Saloon Stock Cars and BriSCA Formula Two, stock car racing fans will be converging on King’s Lynn from all over the country – and beyond. This year's World Championship Semi Final is sponsored by Business Finance Brokers Ltd. Get more information on them by visiting their Website here


There are currently 52 BriSCA F1 Stock Cars, 36 2L Stock Cars and 31 BriSCA F2 Stock Cars booked in to race

Any driver who turns up unbooked will not receive any complimentary admissions / start monies which they may be entitled to. If you are not listed below and would like to race please contact Sophie if you are an F1 driver or Marion if you are a 2L Stock Car Driver. F2 Stock Cars are invite only

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. Please note you will not be able to save space in the pits and if you want to park with someone please make sure you turn up with them. Only race transporters will be allowed in the pits. 


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BriSCA Formula One

The main event at this weekend’s meeting will feature 24 drivers giving their all to secure a place on the grid for the biggest race of the year, the World Championship final. Having topped the qualifying points by a relatively narrow margin, national points champion 390 Stuart Smith Jr had the privilege of choosing his semi-final and he plumped for the nation’s premier shale venue – King’s Lynn.

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Multi Champion 390 Stuart Smith has elected to pick the King's Lynn Semi Final 

Smith has been in dominant form in 2018, averaging a win at every meeting he’s contested, and will clearly start as favourite. But alongside the Rochdale man is Norfolk’s own 16 Mat Newson, who amazingly is still chasing his first major title. He’s come close more times than he’d care to remember, and none closer than when he led the British Championship virtually from start to finish at Belle Vue a few weeks ago, only to lose out to a huge last-bend lunge from that man Smith. Is now the time for Newson to seek revenge or will he be more focused on the World?

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Will fellow front row starter 16 Matt Newson get his revenge on Smith for being dumped out of the British Championship?

The first of two Wainmans, 212 Danny, will start on the inside of row two, from where he could easily secure a good result that would set him up to challenge for a first major title. His nephew, 555 Frankie Wainman Jr Jr, starts directly behind and will have similar intentions.

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555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr will have intentions of a good finish to mount a challenge for the World next month

Between them is the first of another family pairing, fans’ favourite and local man, 326 Mark Sargent. Sarge will be joined on the grid by his teenaged son Finn (526) who has so impressed in his debut year in the Big League. Finn will be making his first F1 appearance at King’s Lynn and will consider any result a bonus from his back-row starting slot.

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Will fans favorite 326 Mark Sargent have anything to cheer following the Saturday's Semi Final?

Alongside FWJJ on row is 2013 world champion 84 Tom Harris. The Hitman, who is now also a star in American sprint car racing, took that title at King’s Lynn, so has very fond memories of the track.


84 Tom "The Hitman" Harris is likely to be ruffling some feathers on a track he flies round on Saturday night

On row four are two men who go well at King’s Lynn, often slightly under the radar. 21 Mark Gilbank was a final winner at the track last season, while 192 Luke Dennis made the most of the double-points world championship wild card rounds earlier this year in his terrific start to the season.


192 Luke Dennis goes very well around King's Lynn

Beyond them come plenty more threats. 197 Ryan Harrison could upset a few of those in front from his row five start, while Lynn specialist 335 Mark Woodhull is on row six, alongside 2011 world champion 2 Paul Harrison.

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The front four rows could well find themselves on the end of a big bend one shunt courtesy of 197 Ryan Harrison

From near the back of the grid, Newson’s fellow Norfolk local 372 Colin Goodswen will be hoping to make the most of any casualties further forward. Just behind him, 166 Bobby Griffin could be one to watch whilst 446 Joe Booth always goes well around King's Lynn.

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446 Joe Booth is happy to battle with the best around King's lynn

There also some drivers making rare appearances on the loose, including 346 Ashley England and 186 Todd Jones. It will be interesting to see what machinery they have at their disposal, and how well they go from mid-grid positions.

Of course, it’s not all about the World Semi-Final, as a full format meeting will run alongside. There we will see a first King’s Lynn appearance of the season for world champion 445 Nigel Green. The full complement of Wainmans is completed by father 515 Frankie Jr and daughter 211 Phoebe. It could be a big night for FWJ who will secure a £1000 bonus if he becomes the first man to win a hat-trick of finals at the track. Frankie missed out on the big purse a couple of years ago after taking two in a row in 2016, while big rival Stuart Smith Jr was also denied in our 2018 season-opener, having taken the last two finals of 2017.

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Can 515 Frankie Wainman Jnr become the first driver to win three consecutive finals at King's Lynn this Saturday

Several more drivers will be wishing they were part of the main event, instead of having drawn the tarmac semi-final. 259 Paul Hines, 94 John Dowson Jr and 45 Nigel Harrhy will be set to show what might have been.

The meeting final will see drivers racing for the Wilf Blundell Bowl and the Grand National will be for the Wild Blundell Trophy.

Two-Litre Saloon Stock Cars

The Heavy Metal Brigade have their final outing before the big one, their World Championship Final, which will be staged at the same track a fortnight later. Will this be a time to get some practice in, settle a score a two or lay down a marker?


Expect there to be some scores settled in the 2L Stock Cars this Saturday who make their final Lynn appearance before the World Final.

The usual galaxy of stars will be joined by a few drivers with much less experience of the spiritual home of Saloon Stock Cars, as they seek to find their way around before returning for the big event. They include English champion 27 Kieren Bradford and his fellow West Country driver 276 Ben King.

But the more likely frontrunners should be the top locals. The bulging champions’ grade is completed by Norfolk quartet 306 Daniel Parker (world), 116 Diggy Smith (European), 730 Deane Mayes (British) and 349 Michael Allard (UK, World of Shale and ORC).

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349 Michael Allard should be challenging for top honours

With an extremely competitive star grade featuring the likes of 218 Jacob Downey, 360 Carl Waterfield, 428 Lee Sampson and 641 Willie Skoyles Jr, the sparks should certainly by flying from the back half of the grid.

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218 Jacob Downey has been in great form recently and was a heat winner last Saturday

That might allow some of the lower-graded drivers to escape in the early laps. Indeed, the yellow tops in particular have had a very good record at the track this year, although admittedly most of the drivers have since been upgraded. Form drivers 172 Jack Rust and 888 Shane Emerson will be hoping to keep their good runs going, despite now having to start from blue.

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2018 has seen some great performances from 172 Jack Rust

BriSCA Formula Two

With big entries from the other two formulas, and the importance of their meetings, only a restricted entry of BriSCA F2s could be accepted for this meeting. But in their first appearance at the track since April, it is a star-studded line-up who will be sure to put an excellent show.

National points champion 7 Gordon Moodie leads the way, and over the past 18 months he has re-established himself to be as good as anyone on shale.


In recent months 7 Gordon Moodie has re-established himself as one of F2 Stock Cars top performers on shale

The shale specialists are headed by 226 Billy Webster, polesitter for the World of Shale championship later this year. Current World of Shale champion 225 Tony Blackburn will join his running mate, as will fellow Yorkshireman 377 Daz Shaw.

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226 Billy Webster has had such good form on shale in 2018 he has been seen jumping for joy!

From closer to home come leading local 103 Carl Issitt and his son Pat (113), plus multiple Superstox champion 682 Jason Cooper.

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Multiple Superstox Champion 682 Jason Cooper continues to be a regular shale F2 performer


Other blue-graders who could be a threat include 55 Courtney Finnikin and 995 Michael Lund, both final winners at the track in the past year, and the on-form 12 Daniel Ford.

Don’t discount those from the front of the grid either. 235 Bradley Blyth and 277 Billy Banwell have shown plenty of pace at the track in the past, while 321 Marcus Skeels looks significantly under-graded.


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Funfair Rides

All the fun of the fair will be at King's Lynn on Saturday with the Jets funfair ride making an appearance. The good news for mum and dad is that the ride is free to go on and the kids can go on it as often as they like!




On the day admission is as follows;

Adult - £24

OAP - £22

12-15 year old - £8

Kids up to 11 free

Family (2 adults & up to 3 12 - 15 year olds) - £60

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

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F1 Stock Cars

World Champion – Gold Roof

445 Nigel Green – Sutton in the Elms


National Points & British Champion – Silver with Black & White Checks

390 Stuart Smith - Rochdale


Superstar – Red Roof & Flashing Lights

16 Matt Newson - Norwich

21 Mark Gilbank – Rotherham

84 Tom Harris - Uttoxeter

515 Frankie Wainman Jnr - Keighley


Star Grade – Red Roof

2 Paul Harrison – Rotherham

94 John Dowson – Durham

192 Luke Dennis – Farnborough

197 Ryan Harrison – Rothwell

212 Danny Wainman - Keighley

220 Will Hunter – Preston

259 Paul Hines – Hinckley

326 Mark Sargent – Spalding

346 Ashley England – Brentwood

H410 Jelle Tesselaar - Holland

446 Joe Booth - Huddersfield

555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr - Keighley


A Grade – Blue Roof

12 Michael Scriven – Gloucester

45 Nigel Harrhy – Solihull

48 Shaun Webster - Sheffield

70 Aaron Leach – Oldham

124 Kyle Gray – Thrapston

127 Austin Moore - Blackburn

166 Bobby Griffin – Retford

169 Billy Johnson - Loughborough

175 Karl Hawkins – Towcester

186 Todd Jones – Aldershot

211 Phoebe Wainman - Keighley

244 Mick Rogers - Kidderminster

335 Mark Woodhull - Leicester

463 James Morris – Warrington

526 Finn Sargent - Spalding


B Grade – Yellow Roof

3 Chris Fort – Keighley

93 Sam Makin – Preston

172 Micky Randall – Sharnford

215 Geoff Nicholls – Melton Mowbray

268 Richard Woods – Newark

278 Paul Hopkins - Lincoln

364 Rob Plant – Rochdale

372 Colin Goodswen – Harleston

415 Russell Cooper - Sawston

502 Ricky Wilson – Skipton

532 Daz Kitson - March


C Grade – White Roof

32 Chris Farnell

57 Will Fenwick – Hartlepool

76 Aaron Cozens - Huntingdon

83 Darren Clarke – Uttoxeter

137 Sam Jacklin - Manchester

242 Joe Nicholls - Melton Mowbray

307 Tom Warwick - Bedford

478 Shane Geary – Corby



F2 Stock Cars

National Points Champion - Silver Roof

7 Gordon Moodie - Fife



European Champion - Red & Yellow Checks

788 Stephen Mallinson - Oldham


Star Grade

103 Carl Issitt - Spalding

H186 Ricardo Smidt – Holland

225 Tony Blackburn - Leeds

226 Billy Webster - Leeds

377 Daz Shaw - Castleford

527 James Riggall - Skegness

615 Josh Coleman – Rochdale


A Grade - Blue Roof

12 Daniel Ford - Sheffield

55 Courtney Finnikin - Leek

111 Lewis Geach – Exeter

142 Jonathan Hadfield - Buxton

212 Jak Hall - Barnoldswick

298 Jake Walker - Chesterfield

682 Jason Cooper - Downham Market

995 Michael Lund - Clitheroe


B Grade Yellow Roof

78 Henry King - Wisbech

113 Pat Issitt - Spalding

233 Rob Aldridge - King's Lynn

276 Chris Sutton - Spalding

715 Scott Aldridge - King's Lynn

724 Tom Pell - Boston

728 Carl Pilkington - Bacup

876 Stuart Moss - Wokingham


C Grade - White Roof

131 Gary Leech - Woodbridge

247 Richard Brown - King's Lynn

277 Billy Banwell - Dereham

321 Marcus Skeels – Wisbech

413 Richard Rayner - Cambridge

630 Justin Parker - Spalding




Meeting Format

1.      2L Stock Car White & Yellows

2.      F1 Stock Car White & Yellows

3.      2L Stock Car Heat 1

4.      F1 Stock Car Heat 1

5.      F1 Stock Car Business Finance Brokers Ltd World Championship Semi Final & Heat 2

6.      F2 Stock Car Heat 1

7.      2L Stock Car Heat 2

8.      F1 Stock Car Consolation

9.      F2 Stock Car Final

10.   2L Stock Car Final

11.   F1 Stock Car Wilf Blundell Bowl Final

12.   F2 Stock Car Grand National

13.   F1 Stock Car Wilf Blundell Trophy & Grand National


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