BriSCA F2 Driver Licences

BriSCA F2 Licences

The 2019 Formula 2 Stock Car Driving licence application form is now available to download - click here and scroll down the page to access.  Drivers in possession of a 2018 licence will have already been sent their form for 2019.

Some additional important information is now available, some which becomes applicable on 1 January 2019.

Domicile

A driver can only licence in the country in which they are domiciled.  This will further tally with Appendix C which, for 2019 onwards, will note:
A driver may only qualify for the World Final and World of Shale Final through the system that operates in his country of domicile.

Licence Fees

There has been a revision of licence fees for 2019.
The fee for new drivers or applications after 31 December 2018 remains unchanged at £115.
The fee for a renewal of a 2018 Licence (to include subscription to unloaded 7.3) remains unchanged at £105.
The fee for a Temporary Licence (3 meetings only) remains unchanged at £60.
There is now a new option of a Late Season Licence.  This will entitle drivers to race as often as they choose, between 1 October 2019 and the end of the 2019 season.  This has a reduced fee of £75.

Rule 4 Unauthorised Meetings

This rule was modified for the 2011 season, and has been further modified for the 2019 season.  It will now read:
Drivers may race in more than one open-wheeled Stock Car formula, providing the formula is recognised by the Oval Racing Council, and promoted by a member of the Oval Racing Council on one of its circuits.
Drivers must hold the appropriate licence for each open-wheeled formula they wish to race.
Drivers must use a different car for each open-wheeled formula they wish to race.
Drivers are not permitted to share their car with a driver who opts to race the car in an unauthorised formula – ie one that is not recognised by the Oval Racing Council.
The effect of the modification for 2011 was that that a driver CAN race in BriSCA F2 Stock Cars AND Superstox but must do so in different cars. The onus is on the driver to ensure they do not race the same car in two different classes – the penalty for doing so will be a 12 month ORC ban.
The effect of the modification for 2019 is that that a driver CANNOT share the car they race in BriSCA F2 Stock Cars with a driver who races outwith the Oval Racing Council. The onus is on the driver to ensure the same car is not raced in two different classes – the penalty for doing so will be a 12 month ORC ban.
Once a car has been entered and raced as a BriSCA F2 in 2019 it may not subsequently be converted / raced as a Superstox in 2019 [and vice versa] without express permission from the appropriate governing body.

Driver Licence Application Review

Any driver who opts to race in a non-ORC sanctioned formula at an unauthorised meeting, after 1 January 2019, will have any subsequent application for a BriSCA F2 licence reviewed by BriSCA F2 before it is issued.
This process is designed to protect both BriSCA F2 and existing drivers, prior to renewing a BriSCA F2 licence. It is not designed, and will not be used, to deter drivers who currently race in unauthorised non-ORC sanctioned meetings from applying for a BriSCA F2 licence.

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