Saturday 24th October – King’s Lynn – 5:30pm Round 9 of The Chase 2020

Saturday 24th October – King’s Lynn – 5:30pm Round 9 of The Chase 2020

20 October 2020 0 By bscda

The next BriSCA F1 meeting takes place on Saturday 24th October as we return to the Adrian Flux Arena, King’s Lynn hosted by Trackstar.

After Rounds 7 and 8 of The Chase at Skegness Raceway Mark “ECL” Sargent (326) continues to lead the way but with Lee Fairhurst (217) playing his joker during Round 7, Sargent’s lead has been cut to only 4 points.

Jake Harrhy (345) continues to score consistently well nets him 3rd in the table so far, 45 points behind the leader but only 1 point in front of World Champion Tom Harris (1). Harris gave sister Catherine (8) an opportunity to race the tarmac car for the weekend at Skegness meaning Tom was making do with his shale car, putting in some good results in the process. Catherine put in some great drives in over the two days of racing, taking her to 36th place in The Chase.

The next two drivers are yet to play their jokers and could secure a front row start for the Finale if they decide to go for double points. Frankie Wainman Jnr (515) is 51 points adrift of the leader whilst Craig Finnikin (55) is 97 points behind.

Other drivers who continued to score well over the weekend was Joe Nickolls (242) and Phoebe Wainman (211) in 12th and 13th respectfully, Charlie Sworder (5), now in joint 15th with Finn Sargent (526) and Ant Lee (339) and Micky Randell who moves up to 22nd place.

For the latest points information please follow the link.

History was also made on the Sunday of Skegness, not once but twice!

Firstly, it was the first time ever that three female drivers finished in the top 10 of a Grand Final. This is a fantastic achievement and shows the diversity of our sport in that our female drivers not only compete with the male drivers, but can also beat them in a race too. There’s not many sports where you will find men and women competing on an equal footing.

Those drivers were Phoebe Wainman (211), Catherine Harris (8) and Ashleigh Wareham (492).

Luke Davidson (464) was the other driver to make history that day. He becomes a member of an exclusive club of drivers who took Heat, Grand Final and Grand National victories within the same meeting and puts his name amongst the greats of our sport.

Booking List – 42 Cars

11Tom HarrisSuperstar
25Charlie SworderBlue
312Michael ScrivenBlue
413Kelvin HassellYellow
516Mat NewsonSuperstar
631Timmy  BarnesYellow
734Mal BrownBlue
845Nigel HarrhyYellow
955Craig FinnikinRed
1058Keith PearceWhite
1183Darren ClarkWhite
1293Sam MakimBlue
13120Casey EnglestoneYellow
14124Kyle GrayBlue
15127Austin MooreYellow
16150Mick SworderRed
17191Joshua SmithBlue
18192Luke DennisYellow
19211Phoebe WainmanYellow
20215Geoff NickollsYellow
21231Lee PearceRed
22234Terry PearceWhite
23242Joe NickollsBlue
24259Paul HinesRed
25275Terry HawkinsYellow
26276Mark PooleYellow
27302Jim BamfordYellow
28326Mark SargentYellow
29335Mark WoodhullRed
30338Chris BrocksoppYellow
31339Ant LeeWhite
32345Jake HarrhyYellow
33372Colin GoodswenYellow
34415Russell CooperYellow
35443Richard DickersonWhite
36463James MorrisBlue
37491Paul PrestBlue
38502Richard WilsonYellow
39515Frankie WainmanSuperstar
40524Jason CullWhite
41541Willie Skoyles JuniorYellow
42555Frankie Wainman JnrRed

Meeting Format – TBA

Meeting Information

Please remember this event is advance ticket only, no pay on the day sales. Please be COVID-19 responsible (wear face coverings, Social distancing, wash/sanitise hands regularly); the venue can only continue to operate if we all do our bit and do the right things. YOU MUST NOT STAND IN GROUPS OF 6 OR MORE.

Drivers please note that the pits open at 2:30pm.

Ticket holder gates will open at 3:30pm.

Please note that all bags will be searched on entry and cool-boxes, glass and alcohol are not allowed to be bought into the venue. Catering outlets are open, but operating with COVID-19 measures in place. The seated grandstand is open, but with a significantly reduced capacity to allow for social distancing. Seats are first come, first served; pay on the day with the attendant £2 per seat.

This event is strictly ADVANCED TICKET BOOKING ONLY, reduced and limited capacity! Tickets will not be issued on the day. Failure to produce a valid ticket will cause you to be refused entrance to the stadium. There are no exceptions to this rule.

Tickets now available here.

On completion you will receive an email to show what you have ordered. This will be your ticket.

The spectator area of the stadium will be restricted to turns one, two and four (Stock Car direction) and there will be no access to turn three, the back straight or the pit area

This event will run whilst complying to the Government guidelines regarding COVID-19 and following the ORCi/ Trackstar/ Adrian Flux Arena’s method statement/ risk assessments and imposed new procedures.

Please be aware that face coverings are mandatory (unless exempt by Government guidance for age, health or disability).

Social distancing must be maintained.

Wash/ sanitise hands regularly.

You must not stand in groups larger than 6.

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: