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OFFICIAL STATEMENT FROM BRISCA MICRO F2

A random engine inspection check was carried out at Skegness Raceway on Saturday 5th September, where the engine of #306 Oliver Heron was removed after the last race of the evening and replaced with the Official Brisca Micro F2 Doner Engine.

The removal of the engine was carried out infront of Brisca Micro F2 Officials Jason Holden and Jonna Murfin and the engine was placed into a sealed engine box and was signed by Alan Heron (Father), Jason Holden and Promoter Rob Speak.

The Engine was sent to BriSCA F2’s Official Engine Supplier - 390 Dyno Services, where it was checked and re dyno tested, and it is confirmed that it was 100% legal.

We would like to thank Team 306 for their help and co-operation with this matter.

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