Saturday 19th September 2020 – Skegness – 6pm – Round 4 of The Chase 2020
The next BriSCA F1 meeting takes place on Saturday 19th September as we return to Skegness Raceway for Round 4 of The Chase for the rainbow roof.
After Round 3 of The Chase at the Adrian Flux Arena, King’s Lynn, it’s all change at the top of the table.
Mark Sargent (326) now leads the points chase after a fantastic meeting which saw him take an 11th place in Heat 2, a win in Heat 3, a fantastic 3rd place in the Grand Final after a tough battle throughout and a 9th place in the Grand National, all whilst playing his double points joker. We are sure Sargent will be delighted to take the top spot.
‘Mr Consistent’ Lee Fairhurst (217) now takes 2nd place, only 50 points behind Sargent having attended each meeting so far and has yet to play his joker. It will be interesting to see when and where he will use his.
Tom Harris (1) keeps his 3rd place based on his highest score at Skegness but is level on points with Jake Harrhy (345) after yet another miserable night on the King’s Lynn shaleway with what appeared to be another blown engine but Jake had another excellent evening, putting his joker to good use.
One half of the teenage sensations occupies 5th place. Tyrone Evans (381) will be hoping to continue his fine form from his debut meeting at Skegness a few weeks ago whilst brother Lewis (392) slips to 11th place.
6th and 7th place drivers John Dowson (94) and Frankie Wainman Jnr (515), likely absentees at Skegness on Saturday, continued their shale form from the first meeting and are still in contention for the rainbow roof with Wainman not opting to play his joker so far.
Joe Nickolls (242), Russell Cooper (415) and Craig Finnikin (55) round out the top 10 after another great meeting with Nickolls scoring consistently and both Cooper and Finnikin taking a win each, Cooper a Heat and Finnikin the Grand Final and following that up with a 3rd in the Grand National from the lap handicap.
For the latest points information please follow the link.
Booking List – 36 cars
|2||13||Kelvin Hassell||Lower Dicker|
|10||120||Casey Englestone||East Ruston|
|14||172||Micky Randell||Sharnford, Leics|
|15||211||Phoebe Wainman||Silsden, Keighley|
|17||242||Joe Nickolls||Melton Mowbray|
|19||300||Paul Carter||Lea, Lincs|
|24||345||Jake Harrhy||Hampton in Arden|
|32||479||James Hunt||Louth, Lincs|
|34||515||Frankie Wainman Jnr||Silsden, Keighley|
|36||532||Daz Kitson||March, Cambs|
2pm to 5:30pm – Paid Practice
- BriSCA F1 Heat 1
- ORC Ministox Heat 1
- 1300 Saloons Heat 1
- BriSCA F1 Heat 2
- ORC Ministox Heat 2
- 1300 Saloons Heat 2
- BriSCA F1 Heat 3
- ORC Ministox Grand Final
- BriSCA F1 Grand Final
- 1300 Saloons Grand Final
- BriSCA F1 Grand National
This event is ADVANCE TICKETS ONLY. No tickets will be available on the day and if you arrive without a valid ticket you will not be refused entry to the stadium.
To purchase tickets, please click here. Make sure you choose the correct ticket to purchase (Adult, Senior or Junior).
- Adult – 16 yrs and over
- Senior – 65 yrs and over
- Junior – 13 yrs to 15 yrs
Children 12 yrs and under are free BUT you MUST add them to your order in the drop down menu.
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.
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 however, we want your experience to be enjoyable and as near normal as the ‘new normal’ will permit and together we can make it happen!
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.
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 gates will open at 2pm.
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.
For information on the prizes you can visit our own page via the link.