Saturday 10th/Sunday 11th October 2020 – Skegness – 5pm/12 noon – Rounds 7 & 8 of The Chase 2020

Saturday 10th/Sunday 11th October 2020 – Skegness – 5pm/12 noon – Rounds 7 & 8 of The Chase 2020

6 October 2020 2 By bscda

Our next two meetings take place this weekend at Skegness Raceway for the only speed weekend of this shortened season. The last meeting at Skegness saw Tom Harris (1) take victory in the Grand Final followed by the teenage sensations, The Evans twins Lewis (392) and Tyrone (381).

After Round 6 of The Chase 2020 at a very cold, wet and windy day in the Derbyshire hills of Buxton, Mark Sargent (326) continues to lead the way in the points which will currently see him on pole for the championship race on the Sunday 8th November at King’s Lynn. Sargent’s lead has been cut slightly after Tom Harris (1) put in another good performance and is now only 31 points adrift.

Frankie Wainman Jnr (515) makes the top three for the first time in the championship after some excellent places on Saturday which was finished off with a win in the Grand National.

The first of the Evans twins, Tyrone, currently lies in 6th place from three meetings whilst Lewis lies in 9th so far in the championship and will be interesting to see if they take their place on the grid for the finale at King’s Lynn having only done tarmac meetings so far.

Craig Finnikin (55), a surprise inclusion to the booking list for Buxton, seemed to make the correct choice in terms of results after picking up a 3rd and 5th in his Heats, victory in the Grand Final followed by 9th in the Grand National from the lap handicap. Finnkin’s Grand Final win was his first on tarmac in over 15 years of racing and he did so in style as he quickly reeled in the Evans twins and didn’t look back. His results see him jump from 11th to 7th in the table.

Finnikin must be pleased with his efforts after Buxton as he books in for this weekend as he searches for his 4th Grand Final win on the bounce.

For the latest points information please follow the link.

Booking List – 45 cars

#NameHome TownGrade
11Tom HarrisAltrinchamSuperstar
25Charlie SworderMolesworthBlue
37Gordon MoodieFifeRed
48Catherine HarrisBanburyBlue
513Kelvin HassellLower DickerYellow
616Mat NewsonNorwichSuperstar
719Jon HorneElmesthorpeWhite
843Adam BamfordNorthamptonYellow
954Jay GoodwinSaleWhite
1055Craig FinnikinLeekRed
1158Keith PearceChaddesdonWhite
1270Aaron LeachShawYellow
1386John O’BrienWinsfordWhite
14120Casey EnglestoneEast RustonYellow
15127Austin MooreBlackburnYellow
16128Simon BinderWolverhamptonWhite
17147Eddie CollinsBirstallWhite
18172Micky RandellSharnford, LeicsBlue
19183Steve WhittleWinsfordYellow
20195Dean WhitwellCottenhamYellow
21211Phoebe WainmanSilsden, KeighleyYellow
22217Lee FairhurstBoltonSuperstar
23242Joe NickollsMelton MowbrayBlue
24259Paul HinesHinckleyRed
25275Terry HawkinsBoulton MoorYellow
26300Paul CarterLea, LincsYellow
27312John ThompsonDoncasterYellow
28326Mark SargentSpaldingYellow
29339Ant LeeGloucesterWhite
30345Jake HarrhyHampton in ArdenYellow
31346Ashley EnglandBrentwoodRed
32361Steve ReedmanDerbyYellow
33381Tyrone EvansTiptonYellow
34387Hannah ChappellNorthamptonWhite
35392Lewis EvansTiptonYellow
36401Mark WarehamRichmondYellow
37415Russell CooperSwastonYellow
38451Martin SpiersEveshamYellow
39464Luke DavidsonAltrinchamRed
40479James HuntLouth, LincsWhite
41491Paul PrestNorthallertonBlue
42492Ashleigh WarehamRichmondWhite
43515Frankie Wainman JnrSilsden, KeighleySuperstar
44526Finn SargentSpaldingBlue
45540Jamie NelsonNorthamptonWhite

Meeting Format – Saturday

  1. Micro F2 Heat 1
  2. National Ministox Gold Top Race
  3. BriSCA F1 Heat 1
  4. BriSCA F2 Heat 1
  5. Micro F2 Heat 2
  6. National Ministox
  7. BriSCA F1 Heat 2
  8. BriSCA F2 Heat 2
  9. Micro F2 Final
  10. National Ministox
  11. BriSCA F1 Heat 3/Conolsation
  12. BriSCA F2 Heat 3/Consolation
  13. National Ministox
  14. BriSCA F1 Final
  15. BriSCA F2 Final
  16. National Ministox
  17. BriSCA F1 GN
  18. BriSCA F2 GN

Meeting Format – Sunday

  1. National Ministox
  2. BriSCA F1 Heat 1
  3. BriSCA V8 Heat 1
  4. 2L Saloons Heat 1
  5. National Ministox
  6. BriSCA F1 Heat 2
  7. BriSCA V8 Heat 1
  8. National Ministox
  9. 2L Saloons Heat 2
  10. BriSCA F1 Heat 3
  11. National Ministox
  12. BriSCA V8 Final
  13. BriSCA F1 FINAL
  14. 2L Saloons Final
  15. National Ministox
  16. BriSCA V8 GN
  17. BriSCA F1 GN

Ticket Information – Advance Tickets Only

  • Adults – £20
  • OAPS (65 yrs and over) – £16
  • Juniors (13 yrs to 15 yrs) – £8
  • Kids 12 yrs & under – FREE

(Although kids are free you MUST add tickets for them to your order)

Disabled adults are charged at senior prices whilst carers pay normal adult prices.

Tickets are also available on 07881 021058 but the lines are not manned 24/7 so it may be best to order online.

You should retain your order for admission on the day however to obtain a physical ticket/invoice simply re-enter your account and download a PDF copy.

Ticket sales end 24 hours before the event.

To purchase your tickets, please head over to Skegness Raceway’s website via the link.

Meeting Information


BriSCA F1, National Ministox Gold Roof, BriSCA F2 & Micro F2


BriSCA F1, National Ministox, V8 Hotstox, 2L Saloons


If you are feeling unwell and have any symptoms of COVID-19, please DO NOT ATTEND for everyones safety and comfort. All of us have a duty to respect each other and prevent the spread of the virus.


Masks are to be worn inside, including under the grandstand.

No groups of more than six people and please respect others space.

Full COVID-19 Risk Assessment can be found on Skegness Raceway’s website.


On arrival please park sensibly allowing a respectful space for access and egress from vehicles. A large free car park is adjacent to the stadium whilst disabled parking is situated near the turnstiles. It is recommended to arrive early to secure a space.


There is no overnight camping allowed for spectators, that includes motorhomes and tents etc on the car parks.

Drivers may stay in their own transporters overnight in the pits on the 10th.

Toilets and all facilities will close at 10pm on the Saturday and reopen at 9am on the Sunday.

There are lots of campsites within 15 to 20 mins of the raceway. Also there are a large number of hotels, B&Bs etc available in Skegness over the weekend.


Please ensure you have your order number/PDF tickets available for inspection, this will speed up the process for entry and please socially distance when awaiting admission. The pit gates will open at on Saturday and 9:30am on Sunday whilst the turnstiles open at 2pm and 10am.

Around the stadium

Spectators are restricted to the arena only. The pit area is reserved for the drivers, teams, families/named guests who should ensure they follow the details issued by each formula. Unfortunately, to respect social distancing and to follow guidance, we are very sorry, but NO admittance is permitted to the pit area other than nominated/named people with race teams who have wristbands that will be issued on arrival to designated people.

Please social distance and follow notices etc in the stadium arena and toilets. Please respect any requests from staff who are only working for your safety and enjoyment. With the open layout we have plenty of room.

Where indicated please follow any one way systems.

Face coverings are recommended but are mandatory in shops/bars/toilets as per the current government guidelines. We have hand sanitisers in a number of locations so please use them. Please also read the track and trace posters and follow the instructions.

Due to COVID-19 guidelines, the bars will operate a take away service only. There is a large undercover grandstand (extended for 2020) to allow social distancing. If you prefer to watch from outside, all around the arena is raised terracing so plenty of unhindered viewing.

PLEASE – when leaving the pit area to watch a race, it is your duty to NOT congregate in adjacent areas, please be sensible and walk a little further for everyones comfort. Racing will not commence until people have respected those rules.

Lots of catering units and bars ready to serve you plus a couple of trackshops for all your sweets, drinks and mementos.

Large quantities of food and drink are not allowed to be brought in to the stadium arena. You may enter the stadium with a small amount of food and non-alcoholic beverage suitable for one person’s consumption ie. sandwich, packet of crisps and bottle of soft drink. They will not allow cooler boxes, hold-alls, shopping bags, backpacks etc. filled with refreshments. Nor will they allow trays, packs crates etc. of soft drinks. STRICTLY NO ALCOHOL or GLASS. Alcohol will be confiscated.

Well behaved dogs are permitted within the stadium.

The Chase 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic brought the whole country to a standstill the week before our season was due to start back in March and with five months having passed, the decision was taken to postpone all major championships until 2021.

Once our sport was given the green light to finally get the season underway, albeit with a redueced capacity crowd, the fixture list was finally agreed and we now have eleven meetings until the end of the season on Sunday 8th November.

The eleven meetings are now officially known as “The Chase 2020 – BriSCA F1 Celebrate Our Frontline Workers”. The winner of this mini series will go down in history as the only person to win the title and will be allowed to display a Rainbow Roof for the 2021 season.

Fundraising has begun for The Chase 2020 and more information can be find via the GoFundMe page below: