BriSCA Formula 2 Stock Cars World Championship

The World Championship is an annual competition and the premier championship for BriSCA Formula 2 Stock Cars. The winner is granted the honour of racing with a gold roof and wing until the next World Final.

QualificationEdit

The World Final is usually held in September. The host tracks, all of which are based in Britain, are chosen by the designated promoter.

The grid for the World Final is composed of drivers from Britain who are chosen through a series of qualifying rounds and two World Championship Semi-Finals. Drivers who fail to progress from the World Semi-Finals may race again in a Consolation Semi-Final to choose two more entrants, and the reigning World Champion is entitled to start at the rear of the grid if they have not already qualified. The British drivers are joined by stock car drivers from the Netherlands, Northern Ireland and the Isle of Man.

The most successful driver in World Final races is Rob Speak, who has won eight. Other notable multiple winners include Bill Batten (four), Dave Brown (three) and Gordon Moodie (three).

List of winnersEdit

All drivers are British, except where marked.

Year Winner[1] Second Third Venue
1963 Roy Goodman Chick Woodroffe Fred Funnell Swindon
1964 Roy Gaskin Johnny Sparks Don Evans Swindon
1965 Johnny Marquand Andy Webb Steve Bateman Swindon
1966 Steve Bateman Johnny Marquand Eddie Aisling Northampton
1967 Andy Webb Eddie Aisling Ian Durham Swindon
1968 Tom Pitcher Ian Durham Johnny Marquand Rayleigh
1969 Ron Innocent Tom Pitcher Roy Goodman Northampton
1970 Dave Chisholm John Holley Tom Pitcher Harringay
1971 Dave Brown Maurice Stirling Colin Higman Northampton
1972 Jim Murray John Holley Colin Higman St Austell
1973 Tom Pitcher Colin Higman Fleming Bell Bristol
1974 Dave Brown Alistair Jackson Tom Pitcher Wembley
1975 Colin Higman Roy Goodman Ivor Greenwood Bristol
1976 Colin Higman John Maggafin Mike Williams St Austell
1977 Bill Batten Kevin Stack Mike Nancekivell Taunton
1978 Jeremy Deeble John White Neil Johnson Bristol
1979 Dave Brown Phil Hayhurst Bill Batten Newton Abbot
1980 Dave Bunt Steve Horton Jim Cunliffe Hartlepool
1981 Bill Batten Gary Hooper Kevin Stack Northampton
1982 Bill Batten Ian King Dave Bunt Taunton
1983 Dave Bunt Kevin Stack Malcolm Locke Newton Abbot
1984 Malcolm Locke Kevin Stack Nick Lawrence Newtongrange
1985 Malcolm Locke Jimmy Moodie Gary Sansome Bristol
1986 Gary Hooper Jimmy Moodie George Beckham Hartlepool
1987 Dave Luscombe George Feagan George Beckham Skegness
1988 Jimmy Wallace Alistair Hunter Graham Bunter Taunton
1989 Jimmy Wallace Malcolm Locke Paul Shepherd Newton Abbot
1990 Alistair King Jimmy Moodie Steve Green Cowdenbeath
1991 Rob Speak Dave Luscombe Bryn Thomas Bristol
1992 Rob Speak Les Clarke Ian King Skegness
1993 Ian King John Mickel Mark Taylor Crewe
1994 Rob Speak Bill Batten Mick Sworder Taunton
1995 Rob Speak Bill Batten  Toon Schut Ringwood
1996 Rob Speak Mike James Daz McInstry Northampton
1997 Rob Speak Tim Farrell Stephen Paterson Cowdenbeath
1998 Rob Speak Bert Finnikin Mick Sworder Swindon
1999 Rob Speak Daz Kitson Peter Gilbert Buxton
2000 Daz Kitson Bert Finnikin Barry Goldin King's Lynn
2001 Daz Kitson Tim Farrell Barry Goldin Northampton
2002 Chris Burgoyne Stu Gilchrist Barry Goldin Cowdenbeath
2003 Barry Goldin Bill Batten James Thackra Taunton
2004 Bill Batten Paul Broatch Barry Goldin Barford
2005  Willie Peeters Daz Kitson Gordon Moodie Northampton
2006 Gordon Moodie Mark Simpson Tim Farrell Mildenhall
2007 Mick Sworder James Thackra Mark Simpson Arena Essex
2008 Ian Thompson Junior Dave Luscombe Stuart Kelly Bristol
2009 Micky Brennan Robbie Dawson Dave Polley Buxton
2010 John Fortune Chris Bradbury Dave Polley Skegness
2011 Mark Simpson Rob Mitchell Gordon Moodie King's Lynn
2012 Micky Brennan Chris Bradbury Sam Wagner Barford
2013 James Rygor Chris Burgoyne Neil Hooper Taunton
2014 George MacMillan Junior Gordon Moodie Chris Bradbury Cowdenbeath
2015 Kelvyn Marshall Graham Fegan George MacMillan Junior Hednesford
2016   Wim Peeters Steve Wycherley Dave Polley Mildenhall
2017   Wim Peeters Gordon Moodie Billy Webster King's Lynn
2018 Gordon Moodie Liam Rennie Steven Gilbert Bristol
2019 Gordon Moodie   Wim Peeters Kelvyn Marshall Buxton

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "World Championship". BriSCAF2. Retrieved 24 March 2017.

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