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Brisca F1 Championship comes to Foxhall Stadium this weekend with strong Dutch challenge present

Thrilling Brisca F1 action will be at Foxhall on Saturday night

Thrilling Brisca F1 action will be at Foxhall on Saturday night

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One of the most prestigious races of the motorsport calendar comes to Foxhall Stadium on Saturday.

The 2017 Brisca F1 Stock Car Racing Championship of the World sees the best UK, Dutch and New Zealand drivers head into town with one thing on their mind, to take the World Championship Trophy back home with them!

Around 30 world finalists plus nearly 60 in support are booked in with a dozen of Holland’s best drivers, as well as New Zealand have sent their strongest challenge yet to bid for the title.

The meeting introduction starts at 12 noon with practice from 12.30pm.

Supporting the Brisca F1’s are the National Ministox before the scene is set for the 2017 Brisca F1 Championship of the World to commence at 6:45pm.

After the big race we have two Brisca F1 Consolations, followed by Ministox Heat two, the Brisca F1 Grand Final for the Harry Smith Trophy, the National Ministox Grand Final and then the meeting concludes with the Brisca F1 Grand National for the Ben Turner Memorial Trophy.

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