Brisca F1 Stock Car World Final 21-9-13 Harris Finnikin Harrison Wainman Speak Sworder Fairhurst
Brisca F1 Stock Car World Final 21-9-13.. 1/217 Lee Fairhurst starting on
Pole Position as he defends his title, leads the pack round on the rolling
lap, with one of the race favourites, 197 Ryan Harrison along side.. Row 2
saw 259 Paul Hines, and 84 Tom Harris.. Any of these 4 were to be
considered as the next World Champion.. Harrison powers away from the
outside, getting the drop as the green flag is thrown, 84 Tom Harris also
finding plenty of grip on the outside, storms straight onto Fairhurst in
his quest for glory.. Harris quickly moves into 2nd, going into turn3
Fairhurst moves in on Harris, but coming out of turn4, finds himself out of
shape, spinning out of contention.. 150 Mick Sworder was another one to
depart early after being jammed in a tangle on the home straight with USA12
Josh Pelkey.. Meanwhile, up front, Harrison is starting to open up a small
gap, with Harris appearing to throw himself into armaco, as he is carrying
so much speed in an attempt to catch Harrison.. Hines makes a move on
Harris, putting him wide, brushing the armaco yet again, just as the yellow
flags are shown.. Race order on the re-start sees Harrison leading the
field away, with Harris sat poised and perfectly placed in second, with
Hines third.. Harrison powers away as the green flag is shown once again,
with Harris following close behind.. 2 laps in, with Harrison going wide,
Harris sees his chance, ducks under Harrison in turn1/2, and powers into
the lead.. 55 Craig Finnikin slowly reels in Harrison, moving himself into
second.. A luckless Hines was to retire with damage after suffering brake
failure, something that blighted the Hines shale shifter early season..
Upfront, Tom Harris opened up a huge gap to the second place man, and
seemingly put on a masterclass drive when it mattered most.. 84 Tom Harris
was to take the win, becoming the Brisca F1 World Champion 2013, with 55
Craig Finnikin second, 197 Ryan Harrison taking third, 515 Frankie Wainman
Jnr from his row 11 start, taking fourth and 2 Paul Harrison rounding out
the top five..
Quote from Tom in the post-race interview.. 'A lot of people took the piss
when I built and debuted my new car earlier this year.. I only built it for
one reason, to win the World Final.. And tonight, i've just done that..'
Congratulations to 84 Tom Harris.. Brisca F1 World Champion 2013.. Enjoy
your Golden Year..
BriSCA F1 World Semi-Final @ Birmingham Wheels with #318 Rob Speak
Saturday 28th July 2012 saw the second World Semi-Final for the BriSCA
Formula 1 Stock Cars at Birmingham Wheels Raceway and also saw the return
of our on-board camera to Mr Rob Speaks #318 machine. Rob starts towards
the rear of the pack and it doesn't take him long to start charging his way
to the front.
Watch the video to see how one of the masters of the ovals makes the race
F1 Stock Car 1990 World Final
The Classic F1 World Final, won by Bert Finnikin at Bradford. This is quite
simply one of the best races you will see.
British Stock Car Racing Crashes
A compilation of crashes from the world of stock car racing in the UK.
These clips are from the Crimond events and Cowdenbeaths Racewall events.
Brisca F1 Stock Car World Final Kings Lynn 2009 Smith Wainman Harrison Gentlemen Start Your Engines
Brisca F1 Stock Car World Championship 2009. Frankie Wainman Jnr leads the
pack from Pole Position, with defending World Champion Andy Smith starting
alongside. After briefly keeping Smith high and wide, Wainman Jnr gets abit
out of shape, giving Smith a chance to break free. Wainman Jnr then starts
to loose ground and slips down the order. Stu Smith Jnr came through into
second, and looked like he was going to take the challenge to elder brother
Andy. However, Smith Jnr's charge was brought to a swift halt after
tangling with backmarker 502 Ricky Wilson, which saw both spin onto the
infield... Smith having a clear track went on to claim his 4th World Title,
with Wainman Jnr fighting back to take the runner-up spot. Paul Harrison
looked to have a fairly incident free race to claim third, Mark Gilbank an
excellent 4th from his Row8 start, and Craig Finnikin rounding out the top
5. Smith celebrates his win a with a few doughnuts, and to prove World
Champions do makes mistakes now and again, promptly punts himself into the
Although held at Kings Lynn Stadium, the event was Promoted by Buxton
Check http://www.buxtonraceway.com/ for more details.