There was action aplenty at Silverstone (22nd – 23rd September) for the penultimate round of the Fiesta Championship. With three races spread across two days, and very changeable weather conditions, it was certainly an eventful weekend for all on the grid. A dry start to the day on Saturday meant the 21 car grid safely made their way through qualifying.
Two more race weekends are left in order to settle who will take the crown this season for the BRSCC Fiesta Championship racing with MRF Tyres, and this weekend the teams and drivers touch down at the Home of British Motorsport. Silverstone’s International circuit hosts the penultimate meeting of the season, with the battle between the top runners in Classes
It was a case of breaking new ground for the BRSCC Fiesta Championship racing with MRF Tyres as they visited Thruxton Circuit in Hampshire for the very first time in its current iteration. Fiestas have previously raced before in the days of their slot on the BTCC support package, but heading into the weekend only one driver in the entry
For the first time in several years, the BRSCC Fiesta Championship racing with MRF Tyres returns to the fast and flowing Thruxton Circuit in Hampshire as the second half of the season goes into full flow with just three race weekends and nine races left in the 2018 campaign. The battle at the top of the overall points standings is
The second half of the 2018 BRSCC Fiesta Championship racing with MRF Tyres began in earnest at a damp and overcast Castle Combe Circuit in Wiltshire, with both individual class and overall titles still very much up for grabs. Castle Combe’s deceptively high speed nature usually has a tendency to catch drivers out, so all competitors entered were required to
The battle at the top of the BRSCC Fiesta Championship racing with MRF Tyres is getting more and more intense as the series makes its way to one of the most daring and deceptive circuits in the UK – Castle Combe in Wiltshire is fast and flowing, but also one in which can bite back if drivers take liberties. With
The BRSCC Fiesta Championship racing with MRF Tyres headed to Snetterton’s 300 circuit in Norfolk for Rounds 9, 10 & 11 of the 2018 season amidst warm temperatures and sunny skies, meaning track conditions would be ideal but could also possibly have an effect on tyre wear and temperature regulation. Nonetheless, all drivers competing in both Classes C and D
In what will be their third race meeting in six race weekends, the BRSCC Fiesta Championship racing with MRF Tyres head to Snetterton in Norfolk on the 300 Circuit for Rounds 9, 10 & 11 of the 2018 season. So far, we’ve had four different race winners from the first 8 races, meaning that the competition is fierce this season
Rockingham Motor Speedway in Corby played host to the latest rounds of the BRSCC Fiesta Championship racing with MRF Tyres, and thankfully the weather conditions were slightly brighter than the previous two meetings with not a cloud or drop of precipitation in sight all weekend. That said, the warmer temperatures coupled with Rockingham’s abrasive circuit meant that tyre management was
For the competitors in the BRSCC Fiesta Championship racing with MRF Tyres, their long wait between Brands Hatch and Cadwell Park felt like an age. Thankfully, the drivers have only had to wait three weeks before getting back into the saddle, as Rockingham Motor Speedway in Corby calls them to action for Rounds 6, 7 & 8 of the 2018 season.