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2016 Season Over

So that's the 2016 season over for me, its been a decent year, and had its ups and downs. There has been some excellent racing throughout the year, and there has been some disappointing bits as well, though, on a whole, its been enjoyable and watchable for the majority of the season. For me, the formula that has exceeded expectations and always provided excellent racing is the Ministox. After a tough year before, the drivers stuck together and put on a show every week. The CC Rods have had there best season to date, with mid to high teens most weeks with good competitive racing. The 1300s and Stock Rods have for me, been the disappointments for the season, although the Stock Rods have perked up and been a lot better over the last few months rising from single figure entries to mid to high teens - a trend that will hopefully continue into 2017. The 1300s have had some great meetings, but too often has the case been this year, not been enough cars on track, but credit to the drivers who turn up week in week out, and put on a show, and entertain the crowd, most notably, the Mathieson brothers. Hopefully, 2017 will be a better season for the formula and the drivers that have had time out this year, will be back next year! As for myself, thanks for all the support this year, and those of you that have bought photos, it's all very much appreciated and keeps me coming back as it helps towards the camera and website upkeep. Thanks for using us, and visiting www.scottish-stockcars.net and hopefully, I'll be at the track in 2017 again. Also to those who have sponsored us this year, GA AUTOS, Lee smart racing, and ASD Welding Services Ltd - Your support is appreciated and I hope you've all had a bit extra exposure through scottish stock cars. PS, if there is anyone that would like to sponsor the website please get in touch!

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Wet n Wild

The HRP #TeamPurdie meeting was held on Sunday 26th February, and to say the least, it was a wet and wild meeting! The rain lashed down from the outset, and didn't let off at all during the afternoon, and was accompanied by low temperatures and gusty winds - certainly not the ideal conditions for a race meeting. However, credit where its due to those involved, from spectators, drivers to those stuck on the infield marshalling events, the afternoon was turned around quickly, with few stoppages and flowing racing. The National Micro Bangers were the highlight of the day, with just shy of 50 cars in attendance, they were always going to put on a show. Chris Burgoyne, Stuart Shevill and Graeme Shevill were all out in the banger formula doing there best to mix it up with the banger regulars. Chris managed to take the opening race win before opting to go crashing in the latter races, whilst the Shevill brothers were in amongst the action all day. Ben Newman took a heat win, and possibly another - Need to check the results... - with the 2nd seeing him cross the line on his roof after being tagged and flipped over. Dayle Ashall was another driver who was getting stuck in, and ended up on his side amongst another couple of cars. The most spectacular crash of the day though went to Ross Stewart in the 182 car in the final/dd. After hitting the sticken Burgoyne car, Stewarts car somersaulted through the area, rolling over in spectacular fashion to end up back on its wheels... and driving off into a head on! Great stuff from the 182 pilot! The Hot Rods put on a show as well, with Robert McDonald in the National spec car taking the honours in each of the three races, Gordon Alexander faired best in the 2.0 cars, whilst the Classic's had people dripping at the mouth with some jaw dropping equipment on show, none more so than the new car of Kenny Purdie, driven by the legendary Kenny Ireland on the day. The Ministox seen Danny Whyte in spectacular form, taking all three wins across the day. Spud Adams was also in good form, taking a couple of 2nd places, whilst the star graded drivers behind them had some good battles as they fought there way through the grid. Teri Linden and Bryan Lindsay were the top drivers from the higher grades, getting a couple of podium places between them. The official season opener takes place on Saturday 4th March - Ensure you are there for all the action, and wrap up warm!

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2017 LAP RECORDS
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Saloons
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NHR's
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S Rods (SW)
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Minis
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Pro Stocks
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Rookies
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Superstox
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L Rods
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Hot Saloons
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1300s (GMP)
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Saloonstox
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CC Rods
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2.0 Rods
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S Rods (ORCi)
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ProStocks Basic
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Junior Prod.
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