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Caravan Chaos

The caravans came to town at Lochgelly Raceway last night, and there was quite a crowd came to see them too. They rolled out onto the track, and left the track in a million pieces! I wouldn't want to be the one that has to clean that up for Friday night! The glass bumper brigade in the Superstox were out in action and did there best to shatter there own bumpers with Bryan Forrest, Tony Lattka and Barry Stephen all testing the resistance of the extremely toughened glass, whilst Dino Bruce raced away to a couple of race wins! The Ministox never fail to disappoint, and had action from the outset as 20 odd youngsters showed no fear and through the bumpers into each other and had some excellent races. It was star drivers Euan Millar, Steven Burgoyne and long distance traveller Ethan Pope dominating the podium throughout the night. The Ninja Karts are getting to the stage in the season where the competition is becoming intense, with numerous drivers now at the forefront of the action - Bailey Millar, now mixing it up regularly with Charlie Hardie, Robbie Armit et al. A few drivers have also reached the age limit and will no doubt be moving onto pastures new in due course, Harry Robertson and Evie Black, both now of the age limit for the formula. I've never really been a fan of banger racing, as I've grown up with turnouts of low teens as a norm. However, this last couple of years has shown signs of encouragement as the drivers have been listened to, and events spread out, and well planned to encourage better numbers. High teens for van bangers, nearly 20 caravans, 50+ rookie bangers, and a lot of micro bangers, have given the formula a breath of fresh air in Scotland, and have been entertaining to watch with improving numbers, and strong numbers in novelty events. Onwards and Upwards!

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13:609
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