Saturday 25th June 2022 – Bradford – British Championship

21 June 2022 Off By bscda

This Saturday we return to Odsal Stadium, Bradford, where the drivers will do battle to claim the first major championship of the season, the BSCDA British Drivers Championship.

There are two clear contenders for this championship based on their form around the Odsal shale. The first is the defending champion Ryan Harrison (197) who clinched the title at Skegness last season and current World, European and National Points champion Tom Harris (1). Both drivers have been dominant on shale this season with not much between them on their previous visits to Odsal. Harrison will be aiming to keep hold of his title whilst Harris will be looking to hold the four major titles at once.

Lee Fairhurst (217) will no doubt be viewed as a contender after debuting his new car at the previous Odsal meeting where he went on to win the Grand Final on the night.

You simply cannot rule out a win for Frankie Wainman Jnr (515) who holds the record for most British Championship wins with 9 titles with his closest rival being John Lund (53) who has won the title 6 titles. Paul Harrison (2) will also be looking to add to his 4 titles and Fairhurst’s 2 titles.

This meeting also sees the return of Rob Speak (318) who will be looking to make his appearance a good one as he tries to claim the only major title to have eluded him in BriSCA F1. Speak made an appearance at the Gala Night at the end of 2021 at this own track, Skegness Raceway, where he showed he still had what it takes.

Who will take home the championship? Make sure you head over to Odsal for the 5pm start time on Saturday.

Booking List – 53 Cars

#NameHome Town
11Tom HarrisAltrincham
22Paul HarrisonWickersley
316Matt NewsonNorwich
418Daniel FordBarnsley
520Liam GilbankRotherham
621Mark GilbankRotherham
725Bradley HarrisonWickersley
832Chris FarnellClitheroe
934Mal BrownLiversedge
1035Neil ShentonMiddlewich
1144Tom BrownLiversedge
1253John LundClitheroe
1355Craig FinnikinLeek
1478Lewis GalerKing’s Lynn
1593Sam MakimElswick
1694John DowsonBanks
17127Austin MooreBlackburn
18136Rob JacklinDenton
19166Bobby GriffinRampton
20169Billy Johnson Zouch
21172Micky RandellSharnford
22175Karl Hawkins Silsden
23191Joshua SmithRugby
24197Ryan HarrisonDesborough
25211Phoebe WainmanSilsden
26212Danny WainmanSilsden
27216Jack FranceCleckheaton
28217Lee FairhurstOssett
29219Jacklyn EllisOssett
30235Mick HaworthBlackburn
31238Richard BryanClitheroe
32259Paul HinesHinckley
33276Mark PooleStoke on Trent
34289Jake WalkerPilsley
35318Rob SpeakSkegness
36326Mark SargentSpalding
37335Mark WoodhullSileby
38338Chris BrocksoppCossington
39410Jelle TessellarThe Netherlands
40418Niels TessellarThe Netherlands
41446Joe BoothSlaithwaite
42448Jason EatonSwadlincote
43463James MorrisWarrington
44501George ElwellDrointon
45502Richard WilsonKeighley
46515Frankie WainmanSilsden
47525Nigel de KockBeverwyk
48526Finley SargentSpalding
49541Willie Skoyles JuniorKing’s Lynn
50544Ben HowardWhitworth
51548Daniel BrookeHalifax
52555Frankie Wainman Jnr JnrSilsden
53587Samuel BriggHuddersfield

Ticket Information

  • Adults – £25
  • Concessions – £23
  • Children (10-15) – £12
  • Children (9 and Under) – FREE
  • Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) – £65

Advance tickets available here.

From YorStox

It’s British Final night at Odsal Stadium, Bradford! BriSCA F1 have been on fine form in the Bradford bowl this year so its going to be one not to miss. Add to this the V8 Stock Car British Final and it will be a night of pure stock car magic.

The British Final doesn’t stop the pre meeting entertainment!

This time it’s down to the YorStox promoters, Graeme Robson and Russell Andrew who will go head to head in BriSCA F1s with a fight to the chequered flag. We guarantee you serious bragging rights are on offer here within the YorStox management.

The green flag for this race will drop at 4pm. The main meeting will begin at 5pm.

YorStox have listened and are pleased to say that the pits will be open to the general public from 2:30pm to 4pm for you to come and get up close to the cars which are racing and meet and greet the stars of the show. All access MUST be via the turnstile entrance and you also must leave the pits once asked to by YorStox officials. Failure to assist in this may refrain from this being repeated in the future. 

Odsal Stadium is classified as an elite stadium, this does mean there is certain protocol that must be followed which is out of the hands of YorStox. Please note:

• No Glass Bottles 
• No Pressurised container cans 
• No Alcohol to be brought in 
• Small amount of food is permitted 

If for any reason you encounter issues on the day we ask you please to approach a member of the YorStox team, they will be wearing a yellow Hi Vis with YorStox and STAFF on the back to raise a concern so that we can deal with this on the day. 

Advance tickets are available. Once a ticket is purchased via the site, you will receive a QR Code to the email address provided (please check your junk mail). This code will grant you access to the stadium on race day. If you are arriving separately, you can ‘transfer’ tickets via the FIXr website to split down your booking, without this you must arrive together. QR codes will only be valid once so please do not try to forward this on. 

General admission tickets will be available to purchase on race day from the turnstiles entrances, we have a large stadium capacity and we will not sell out on the day. Cash and Card payments taken. Programmes will also be available from the turnstile entrances. 

The stadium boasts great viewing from all areas, including a 4000 covered seated grandstand (no extra charge). Please note you cannot reserve grandstand seats prior to the event. Food and drink outlets are available including licenced bars all around the circuit as well as trade stands which are located on the turnstile bend where you enter the stadium. 

Toilets are available all around the raceway including disabled access and baby changing facilities.  

Disabled parking is available around the back of the stadium along from the Q Gardens pub, please note spaces are limited and these cannot be reserved. General car parking can also be found here along with across the road at the Council Operated Richard Dunn’s Centre (£5 per car charge). If you do not use these parking facilities please ensure you park sensibly and avoid using nearby housing estates as this will impact the future viability of the raceway. 

There is no general access to the pit area for Health and Safety reasons once racing begins. Pit access is however avaialable from 2:30pm to 4pm. 

Strictly NO Alcohol or Glass is to be brought into the stadium.

No dogs are permitted into the stadium. 

Details such as stadium opening times and driver booking lists will be updated closer to the event.  

Thankyou for your support and have a great day with YorStox.