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  • Saturday 14 April

    Saturday 14 April

    Micro Banger Final: 330 Karl Jones, 2 Litre Stock Car Final: 128 Craig Banwell, 1300cc Stock Car Final: 555 Charlie Ellis - Report now added 20-04-2018

    Updated: 20 Apr 2018 11:15

  • Friday 6 April

    Friday 6 April

    4X4 Banger Final: 230 Dean Moljourd, 1500cc Banger Final: 322 Tom Fox, F2 Stock Car Final: H186 Ricardo Smidt

    Updated: 12 Apr 2018 23:05

  • Next Meetings

    • Saturday 28 April - 5.30pm
    • F1 Stock Car WQR, 2L Stock Cars & BriSCA MiniStox
    • Monday 07 May - 1pm
    • 2L Banger Michael "Bandit" Bailey Memorial, Junior Banger World Final, Micro Bangers & Reliant Robin
    • Saturday 19 May - 5.30pm
    • F1 Stock Cars, 1300 Stock Car European Championship & V8 Stock Cars
    • Monday 28 May - 1pm
    • Big Van Bangers, 2L Stock Cars & 2L (Non Mondeo) Bangers

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BriSCA F1 & F2 Stock Cars

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BriSCA F1 has a direct connection to the origins of UK Stock Car Racing back in 1954 and the spectactlur form of entertainment they produce attracts a massive and loyal following wherever they appear.

The racing is fast and tought and attracts the cream of Europe's Stock Car talent.

There are no engine rule or constraints - bigger really is better, and tuned American V8s rule the roost - predominently Chevrolet Big Block or Small Blocks. Anything from 5.7 Litre to 10.2 Litres producing around 600 bhp.

The minimum weight is 1350kg and maximum 1450kg. In addition there are strict weights on the weight distribution from side to side and front to rear. The cars themselves are surrounded by huge bumpers and big iron bars and as this suggests contact between the cars is allowed and you will be amazed when you see these giany monsters hurtling around the track knocking each other out of the way.

Big fields of cars guarantee none stop action from the drop of the green until the chequered with cars often htting the fence hard and rolling over.

As against Grand Prix Racing, where the fastest driver starts at the front and often goes on to win a processional race, Stock Car Racing sees the fastest drivers start at the back and they only have 6 laps to force their way to the front!

F2 Stock Car Racing takes all of the principles of F1 but the cars are slightly smaller and powered by 2L engines. Vehicle weight is around 450 Kilos, with a chassis constructed of both section and tubular steel.

Like F1 Stock Cars, big fields of cars produce lots of action packed racing with the F2 Stock Cars.

Click here for information on rules and how to get a Licence with BriSCA F1

Click here for information on rules and how to get a Licence with BriSCA F2

 

 

 

 

 

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img1From the pure adrenaline and Unlimited Power of the F1 Stock Cars to the destruction and crazy antics of the Bangers - you can see it all at the Norfolk Arena! With up to fifty cars in every race, action is guaranteed and here at the Norfolk Arena we encourage “full contact” where spinning and hitting other cars is all part of the racing!

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