Saturday 7th/Sunday 8th May 2022 – Skegness – UK Open Championship

3 May 2022 Off By bscda

From Skegness Raceway

Welcome to the headquarters of the speedweekend at Skegness Raceway which runs more two-day events than any other UK short-oval.  This may be the first BriSCA speedweekend of season 2022 but the team here have already been busy running events over two consecutive days and many of our domestic formulas and the Rebels have already enjoyed a Skeggy speedweekend experience so far this year.

Advance Tickets are available for the weekend only, individual days are only available on the day, cash or card. Weekend tickets will also be available on the Saturday. Advance sales will end at 12noon on the 6th May.

On Saturday night the BriSCA F1s are contesting the latest World Championship Qualifying Round in an effort to score enough points to be one of the top 48 drivers to earn a place in one of the World semi-finals. Just five points scoring opportunities remain after Saturday’s racing with two of those in Scotland before the final table is drawn up. Incidentally, the second World Championship semi-final is to be staged here on 13 August so make sure you have that date in your diary. Current World Champion Tom Harris is currently heading the standings with Ryan Harrison, Mat Newson and Frankie Wainman Junior next in line. Look out for the up to date points table elsewhere in the programme or on the BriSCA F1 website. One really good round can be enough to get you on the grid but obviously consistency over all the rounds will see a driver in a more advantageous position as the top points scorers are at the front of the semi-final grid.
Moving on to Sunday and we see the 2022 staging of the UK Open Championship for the Formula Ones. This is the first championship of the year for this formula and although not recognised by a distinct roof colour, it ranks in fifth behind the World, Points, European and British championships. It is still therefore a championship that everyone wants to win.
 It is the 32nd staging with twenty- five of those being held here at Skegness. Current holder of the title is former 2L Saloon champion Shaun Webster who will doubtless be looking to repeat his triumph. 

Action also comes from the BriSCA F2 Stock Cars and the National Ministox.

And don’t forget about our late night bar and disco with DJ Jake Harrhy!
 We are thrilled to be welcomed into the Trip Advisor Hall of Fame with our Certificate of Excellence and we have a 4.7 out of 5 rating on google. You really should be coming along to Skegness Raceway to be part of the excitement & fun that lots of people are talking about and have had a great time over the last few years. We are also members of Visit Britain and have completed their Covid-19 Industry Standard certificate.

Skegness Raceway boast fantastic facilities
We have a large undercover Grandstand, extended by 50% in 2020, if you prefer to watch from outside, the arena is raised terracing so plenty of unhindered viewing. We also have Bars (including our family Raceview Bar, heated for chilly days), shops, catering, toilets, disabled toilets and baby changing facilities. 
We have no direct seating, large tyres are banked in on each bend which do create a seating area. You are welcome to bring your own chairs. The seaside end allows a great area for wheelchair viewing.

We have some ongoing improvements at the raceway, the ground near the turnstiles may be muddy under foot. Please bear with us as we continue to improve the Raceway

Sorry there isn’t a cash machine at the raceway
Large free carpark adjacent to the stadium

There is public access to the pits.

Disabled parking is situated near the turnstiles (please don’t park in front of the gates), would recommend early arrival to secure a space.

Trackside parking no longer available (hasn’t been since 2017) and there is also no longer a bus service to the Raceway, we do have a free car park. Sorry camping is only available on the Saturday night and isn’t bookable.

Note. 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. 
We will not allow cooler boxes, holdalls, shopping bags, backpacks etc. filled with refreshments. Nor will we allow trays, packs crates etc. of soft drinks. 

STRICTLY NO ALCOHOL or GLASS. Alcohol will be confiscated.
If you have specific dietary requirements for health reasons, please bring a confirmation letter with you from your GP.
We race in all weather conditions.

Well behaved dogs on leads are allowed to be brought into the venue.

No tents, shelters, gazebos, marquee’s, pop up tents or similar are allowed inside the Stadium Arena.

If you click on ‘Info’ on the website it gives full details on the Raceway including accessibility, formulas, stunts etc

Booking List – 63 Cars

#NameHome Town
11Tom HarrisAltrincham
22Paul HarrisonWickersley
35Charlie SworderMolesworth
48Catherine HarrisWinderton
511Neil ScrivenCirencester
612Michael ScrivenFairford
713Kelvin HassellLower Picker
816Matt NewsonNorwich
919Jon HorneBurbage
1020Liam GilbankRotherham
1125Bradley HarrisonWickersley
1236Jordan FaldingRotherham
1348Shaun WebsterSheffield
1478Lewis GalerKing’s Lynn
1587Jason WilkinsonSkegness
16115Craig McLoughlinGuiseley
17120Casey EnglestoneEast Ruston
18124Kyle GrayThrapston
19127Austin MooreBlackburn
20147Eddie CollinsBirstall
21164John FortuneWest Lothian
22166Bobby GriffinRetford
23172Micky RandellSharnford
24175Karl Hawkins Silsden
25191Joshua SmithRugby
26195Dean WhitwellCottenham
27197Ryan HarrisonDesborough
28211Phoebe WainmanSilsden
29212Danny WainmanSilsden
30226Darren LindsayBarrow Upon Soar
31242Joe NickollsMelton Mowbray
32259Paul HinesHinckley
33283Alex WassCastle Donington
34295Louis GoodwinSale 
35300Paul CarterLea 
36307Hannah ChappellWalsall
37326Mark SargentSpalding
38327Dan HughesOffenham
39339Ant LeeGloucester
40345Jake HarrhyCoventry
41346Ashley EnglandBrentwood
42368Callum ThorntonRiseley
43381Tyrone EvansTipton
44392Lewis EvansTipton
45397Terri-Ann SmithQuorn
46400Bryn ThomasBuckfastleigh
47401Mark WarehamRichmond
48415Russell CooperSawston
49443Richard DickersonPeterborough
50452Joshua SpiersEvesham
51464Luke DavidsonAltrincham
52479James HuntLouth
53492Ashleigh WarehamRichmond
54501George ElwellStowe by Chartley
55515Frankie WainmanSilsden
56524Jason CullWychbold
57526Finn SargentSpalding
58532Daz KitsonMarch
59543Drew LammasWelwyn
60551Courtney FinnikinSouthampton
61555Frankie Wainman Jnr JnrSilsden
62560Luke WrenchCrewe
63H124Wim PetersThe Netherlands

Meeting Information

Gates Open: Sat 2.30pm Sun 9.30am

Pitgate and car park opens
Sat 12.30pm, camping also
Sun 9am

Please don’t arrive before opening times, blocking the gates will delay the staff getting in to open up, thanks.

Saturday Paid Practice available for the formulas racing. 1.30pm to 5.30pm £25 each.

Weekend Advance Tickets (single days are only available on the day) are available on up to 24 hours then its all pay at the gate on the day cash or card.  Advance sales will end at 12noon on the 6th May. We have a large capacity we won’t sell out

If you have online advance tickets please read all the info on the ticket page, your order number (5 digits long) is important not your receipt number which is 8 digits long. Advance Tickets can’t be used at the pitgate.

Gate Prices

Adult £20
Senior £18
Junior £8

Adult £24
Senior £22
Junior £10

Weekend (in advance or on the gate)
Adult £42
Senior £38
Junior £16

Tickets available here.

Camping £20, cash only (only available on the Saturday night and isn’t bookable)

12 years and under as always go Free and can be added in advance if required
 Adults 16yrs and above, Senior’s 65yrs & over, Junior’s 13yrs to 15yrs 

Card or cash can be used. Sorry there isn’t a cash machine at the raceway.

Advance tickets are available on and on 07881 021058 (please note the phone isn’t manned 24/7 you are advised to buy online).

£1 off vouchers and other discount deals are not valid for this weekend.

The Saturday event starts at 6pm, with the turnstiles opening at 2.30pm the event usually finishes around 10 to 10.30pm

The Sunday event starts at 12noon, with the turnstiles opening at 9.30am the event usually finishes around 5 to 5.30pm

Sorry no overnight camping available apart from the Saturday night

Trackside parking no longer available and there is also no longer a bus service to the stadium. We do have a large free car park

Well behaved dogs on leads are allowed to be brought into the venue.