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HRP Banger Ramp Preview
27th of April 2018

As per website -

The first of HRP's two Banger Ramp Rollover events takes place this Saturday night at HRP Lochgelly Raceway and is sure to provide the usual thrills (and most definitely spills) as HRP bring out their big ramp for our brave test pilots!

As well as the Ramp Rollover, there will be a full programme of racing action featuring five great formulas as HRP Lochgelly Raceway returns to domestic action after the incredible Dechmont Forklift Trucks National Hot Rod European Championship Weekend!!!

The 1300 Stock Cars kick off their 2018 Bill Auld Fabrications Trophy Series with the first round this Saturday at HRP Lochgelly Raceway with enhanced prize money on offer in a season that sees unprecedented sponsorship in the formula. Andrew Mathieson scored a hat-trick of wins last time out and the local man will most likely be a prime target for the likes of Craig Haxton and Billy Wilson as they look to get their necks in front in the early stages of the series.

HRP also welcome the Stock Rods back to racing action with the top Scottish drivers in the formula back on track. Despite the presence of the established big names, it was Jordan Wright who took a heat and final winning double last time out. Wright will start from further back as he has been promoted to blue grade but should cope more than adequately from there as the likes of Scottish Champion Jonathan Lattka, National Champion Siobhan Martin and European and British Champion Chris Lattka give chase.

The 2.0 Hot Rods will be back on track after what feels like an eternity and we will once again be able to enjoy the battle of the stars with our Grand Slam Championship drivers racing from the back of the grid in the form of World, Scottish and Points Champion Gordon Alexander and European, British and National Champion William Hardie. Despite their glowing CVs, neither of the champions could hold a candle to Dunfermline's Gerry hendry who took all three race wins last time out - he will have his work cut out to repeat that feat this weekend from red grade!!!

Scotland's best performing formula of the last few years are back at a track that shows them at their best as the Ministox return to HRP Lochgelly Raceway!!! Scott Allardyce was the hat-trick hero last time out and will be enjoying his last weekend from the front of the grid this weekend before the big move to red grade. The likes of Sean Naismith, Michael Mitchell and Danny Whyte will be glad to see the 178 driver starting a bit further back as he has scooped a huge number of wins so far in 2018!!!

The Rookie Bangers round off the five-formula spectacular at HRP Lochgelly raceway this Saturday April 28th and will bring their own brand of metal-munching mayhem to the track ahead of the Ramp Rollover event which will conclude the night's entertainment.

Five great formulas.
The Ramp Rollover Event.
Ten quid?!?

Great value as always and great entertainment for all the family at Scotland's premier stock car racing venue - HRP Lochgelly Raceway!!!

Venue -HRP Lochgelly Raceway (KY5 9HG)
Practice - 3:30pm until 4:30pm (1300s, Ministox, Stock Rods and 2.0 Hot Rods).
Start Time - 5:30pm.

Adults (16+) £10
Young Adults (12-15), OAPs and Concessions £5
Under 12s FREE
TRACKSIDE PARKING £5/vehicle (plus admission charges)

Race 1 2.0 Hot Rods Heat One
Race 2 Stock Rods Heat One
Race 3 Bangers Heat One
Race 4 1300 Stock Cars Heat One
Race 5 Ministox Heat One
Race 6 2.0 Hot Rods Heat Two
Race 7 Stock Rods Heat Two
Race 8 Bangers Heat Two
Race 9 1300 Stock Cars Heat Two
Race 10 Ministox Heat Two
Race 11 2.0 Hot Rods Final
Race 12 Stock Rods Final
Race 13 Bangers Final
Race 14 1300 Stock Cars Final
Race 15 Ministox Final


1300 Stock Cars
17 Stuart Farrell
42 Billy Wilson
67 Craig Haxton
88 Jason Cutler
111 Regan Watson
118 Corey Robertson
124 Andrew Mathieson
125 Euan Mathieson
228 Ian Goodall
388 Paul Ford
408 Craig McComb
680 Jock Whyte
710 Martin McCaffery

Stock Rods
8 Jordan Wright
25 Siobhan Martin
27 Gary Dean
31 Boab Low
40 Chris Leslie
52 Alan Cuthbert
146 Ricky White
165 Doug MacLean
176 Gary Nicholls
177 Connar Venters
248 David Crichton
393 Stuart Bannatyne
473 Greig Clarke
658 Chris Lattka
721 Darren McAlpine

2.0 Hot Rods
22 Colin Seath
23 Ryan Adamson
71 Gordon Alexander
72 William Hardie
91 Jim Pitcaithly
147 Gerry Hendry
217 Andrew Denholm
610 Ryan Mackie
668 Kevin Stewart
844 Billy Bonnar

22 Jack Cameron
227 Martin Loggie
529 Kevin McIntyre
672 Jason McAlpine

100 Sean Naismith
122 Kai Gilmour
126 Danny Whyte
128 Ciaran Adams
142 James Mooney
172 Michael Mitchell
178 Scott Allardyce
188 Jamie Stewart
199 Mitchell Gold
601 Logan Bruce
603 Brandon Morton (P)
604 Ryan Borthwick (P)
621 Mika Millar
622 Gary Paterson
627 Barry Scott
629 Taylor Borthwick
650 David Sinclair
688 Lauren Ford

Racewall 28th April Preview
27th of April 2018

As per website -

Admission prices (including full-colour souvenir programme whilst stocks last):
Adults: £13
Concessions (OAP/Students): £10
Teens (13-15): £5
Children (12 and under): Free when accompanied by a paying adult.

Another action packed evenings racing in store with a fantastic line-up of formulas featuring thevery best in contact and non-contact racing.
BriSCA F2 Stock Cars

The BriSCA F2 Stock Cars are back in action following a great evenings racing last week which saw 674 Steven Burgoyne win the Final which will see him race from the Blue Grade ahead of next weeks regrading to Red. 16 Craig Wallace was the other race winner last time out, cementing his spot at the top of the track championship table. 852 Adam Blacklocks new car looked and went well, both at the Racewall and at the following days WQR at Crimond. 621 Emma Mellis also looks to be back on track after racing very well last time out, despite a retirment in the evenings Final. Cornishman 979 Paul Moss plans on racing again depsite heavy damage incurred at Crimond last Sunday, whilst there may be one or two other challengers on the grid ahead of the following days World Qualifying Round at Barford.

The latest booking list can be seen below:
3 Liam Rennie
16 Craig Wallace
17 Paul Reid
92 John Hogg
203 Colin Forbes
251 Craig Driscoll
419 Ryan Farquar
480 Garry Sime
621 Emma Mellis
626 Euan Mackie
629 Euan Millar
647 ChrisBurgoyne
674 Steven Burgoyne
852 Adam Blacklock
901 Ian Thompson Jnr
922 Peter Davidson
979 Paul Moss
Saloon Stock Cars

The Saloon Stock Cars are back to serve up their usual hard hitting racing. Last time out saw219 Luke Grief take a hatrick of wins but there was plenty of entertaining battles behind. 529 Jason Secker and 5 Tam Rutherford will be action following on from making the long trek south to Taunton on Sunday. Secker has had a good start to his Saloon Stock Car career, sitting fourth in the track championship. 301 Raymond Dick will make his first appearance of 2018, whilst 620 Aaryn Triggs will look to build on his race win at Crimond last Sunday on his first weekends return to racing.

The current booking list can be seen via the following link:
Stock Rods

The Stock Rods have had a fantastic start to the year with large grids and close and competitive racing. A feature of every meeting this year is a tyre on offer to the Final winner and this meetings tyre is sponsored by Stephen Gilmore of Gilmore Engineering - our thanks to him. The competitiveness of the racing was shown by hacing three different winners last time out in the shape of 24 James Matson, 83 Michael Bethune and 363 Lee McGill. There will be visiting interest from World Champion 17 Stephen McCready who will be hoping for better luck than his previous visit where damage curtailed his racing. He will be joined from Northern Ireland by 958 Shay Duff, whilst 426 Kieht Channon and 944 Callum Hosie will make the long journey North from his usual haunts around the Autospeed tracks.

The latest booking list can be seen below:

17 Stephen McCready
24 James Matson
32 Ian Taylor
71 Chris Paul
83 Michael Bethune
96 Brett Constable
123 Craig Tosh
323 Trevor Calvin
333 Steve Gunby
351 Stuart Wedderburn
363 Lee McGill
374 Mark Blackie
426 Keith Channon
612 Leon Stewart
916 Kev Forrester
924 Andrew Morrow
944 Callum Hosie
958 Shay Duff
1300 Stock Cars

The hatchback stockies will return to action following a very entertaining Gold Roof round a few weeks back, though all the drivers will be hoping for dry conditions with each of their fixtures so far being run in the wet. 211 Grant McGowan leads the track championship though is yet to take a race win this season. Nearest challengers in the points are 73 Aaron Hastie and 314 James Ellis, with both having a great battle in the previous meetings Final. 577 Craigie Millar has gone well since his debut in the class, whilst 668 Fraser Clark has had an up and down start to the year with some strong results and mechanical woes which will see him (only just) dropping to the Blue grade next month from where he may be very hard to catch.

The current booking list can be seen below:

9 Alan Robertson
41 Michael Byers
60 Cameron Milne
66 Stu McCaig
73 Aaron Hastie
157 Gordon Myers
211 Grant McGowan
246 Lee Wilson
314 James Ellis
537 Jeff Cosans
577 Craigie Millar
642 Lisa Freebairn
668 Fraser Clark
713 Tommy Walls
870 Dale Burt

760 John Mason and 755 Paul Barron are tied at the top of the points chart though both had to settle for second best behind 579 Graham Watt in the last outing for the nudge and spin formula which tends to throw up plenty of incident

Dawson Banned
27th of April 2018

News reaches us that Robbie Dawson has been banned for 1 month following an incident with Craig Wallace at Crimond on Sunday 22nd April.

Robbie has since put his current car up for sale on his Facebook page.

View the video below and let us know your thoughts on it on the forum.

Preview - HRP April Speedweekend
18th of April 2018

The first HRP Speed Weekend of the year is here and what a cracker we have in store!!! Two days of racing with an international-class field at Scotland-s premier short oval motorsports venue with the destiny of numerous championships to be decided - it truly doesn’t get any bigger or better than this!!!

HRP Lochgelly Raceway (KY5 9HG) is the venue for this mammoth weekend of racing action and is one of the best appointed race tracks in the UK. With two covered grandstands, Trackside Parking for over 100 vehicles, an indoor café plus a large bar which also houses our Saturday night disco; HRP is the place to be this weekend!!!

The Dechmont Forklift Trucks National Hot Rod European Championship takes pride of place as the headlining act once again on the weekend of April 21st and 22nd and the big question is can defending champion Car Waller-Barrett make it three in a row. If the 162 driver manages to take his third European title in succession, he will become the first driver to do so since the event moved to HRP Lochgelly Raceway.

Waller-Barrett won't have it all his own way as an incredible line-up of elite drivers are set to descend on HRP Lochgelly Raceway to challenge for the red and yellow chequered roof.

Current World Champion and former HRP European Champion Chris Haird will lead that challenge and he will be joined by a star-studded field featuring the likes of Jason Kew, Billy Wood, Kym Weaver and Shane Bland from England.

The entry from across the Irish Sea looks as strong as ever with former multi champions Glenn Bell and Adam Hylands making the trip plus the likes of Shane Murray, Derek Martin and Jaimie McCurdy while Brendan O'Connell and Les Compelli will be representing Tipperary Raceway and the Republic of Ireland.

The Scottish entry also looks good and is headed by Robert McDonald with the likes of Billy Bonnar, Gordon Ogilvie, Steven Armit, Roy Anderson and Ian McGuigan amongst others. We are also delighted to welcome Winnie Holtmanns and his team from Germany once again – always great to see our friends from the continent!!!

9 Glenn Bell
15 Chris Crane
17 Rob McDonald
20 Derek Martin
23 Aaron Dew
36 Roy Anderson
42 Shane Bland
54 Adam Hylands
55 Alistair Lowe
61 Brendan O'Connell
70 Shane Murray
75 Carl Sloan
77 Ian McGuigan
82 Gary Wilson
94 Steven Armit
95 Gavin Murray
115 Chris Haird
162 Carl Waller-Barrett
174 Jason Kew
199 Jaimie McCurdy
209 Kym Weaver
305 Billy Wood
308 Jim Cowie
385 Gordon Ogilvie
467 Winnie Holtmanns
491 Colin Smith
639 Terry Hunn
777 Les Compelli
844 Billy Bonnar

The Ninja Karts are also on championship duty with Saturday April 21st seeing the LJN DeSIGNS British Championship being held at HRP Lochgelly Raceway for the first time.

HRP's own Robbie Armit will be defending the title he won at Aldershot Raceway last season and will face tough competition from all corners of the UK!!! Northern Ireland will be represented by Max Hobson and Brandon Litter while Callum Gould, Toby Partridge and Kasey Jones are expected to be among the English contenders.

Arguably, Armit's greatest challenge will come from his fellows Scots with World Cup Champion Charlie Hardie looking to reclaim the title he won in 2016 while Bailey Millar, Josh Bruce and Toby Tyson will all be looking for their first major title. The action seen in the Ninja Karts often causes those watching to forget just how young these drivers are with some as young as 6 years old on the grid. Join us to see the future of short oval motorsport!!!

1 Charlie Hardie
14 Demi Ritchie
20 Fred Hunter-Johnson
32 Kaydan Day
51 Jolean Maynard
60 Bailey Millar
71 Josh Bruce
84 Robbie Armit
145 Rachael Kidd
174 Finley kew
186 Kasey Jones
207 Anthony Weaver
223 Toby Partridge
272 Connor Frame
507 Jake Ashby
516 Callum Gould
605 Charlie Sloane
612 Kyle Johnstone
809 Toby Tyson
984 Max Hobson
992 Brandon Litter

6 Hamish Plenderleith
9 William Plenderleith
27 Kaden Connor
45 Dougie Kidd Jr
49 Connie Anderson (P)
66 Neave McGill
74 Aiden Duffy
307 Lewis Dickson
312 Zoe Mann
636 Lewis Duffy

Not to be outdone, HRP Lochgelly Raceway will play host to the incredible Classic Hot Rods with their biggest weekend of racing north of the border as they contest their Scottish Championship on Saturday April 21st and the Fife Championship on Sunday April 22nd.

Northern Ireland's Thomas Dilly will return to defend the title he won last year and he will be joined by arguably the best line-up of Classic Hot Rods to be seen in Scotland. Kenny Purdie, Keith Chesher, Brett Sneddon and Graeme Callender head the Scottish challenge while Dilly's fellow Northern Irishmen Clive Richardson will also fancy his chances.

A strong entry will also be heading over the water from Tipperary headed by Trevor Cusack and Damien Corrigan while Hughie Weaver, Gary Goodswen and Andy Steward are among the English entrants - a star studded field indeed!!!

17 Kenny Purdie
25 Trevor Cusack
42 Dean Kitchen
43 Damien Corrigan
50 Mike McKain
57 Mike Oliver
63 John Watkins
72 Gary Goodswen
162 Keith Chesher
175 Andy O'Donnell
195 Adrian Boyle
198 Andy Steward
210 Hughie Weaver
232 Brett Sneddon
756 Marc Spence
871 Graeme Callender
966 Thomas Dilly
976 Clive Richardson

The Superstox find themselves in the unusual position of being the support formula this weekend but Scotland's top open-wheel formula will be looking to impress a big crowd at HRP Lochgelly Raceway this weekend.

World Champion Barry Stephen heads the entry along with National Points Champion David Frame and Scottish Champion Bryan Forrest. We also hope to welcome Stuart Gilchrist back on track as the former multi-champion looks to make up for lost time!!!

HRP are also delighted to welcome Northern Irish vistor Sean Mark for his HRP debut in the formula this weekend.

15 Steven Ballantine
19 Aidan O'Hare
53 David Frame
63 Ally Noble
119 Aaron Riddell
122 Zak Gilmour
171 Mark Brady
172 Chris Miller
177 Stuart Gilchrist
196 Allan Gibson
219 Paul Mackie
237 Raffaele Donofrio
265 Barry Stephen
309 Bryan Forrest
446 Dean Johnston
453 Kenny McKenzie
463 Ryan McGill
555 Jordan Black
562 Chris Hay
988 Sean Mark


Four great formulas over two amazing days of racing. The HRP Bar will be open both days and a late disco will be held on Saturday to celebrate our new champions.

Join us for what promises to be an historic weekend!!!


Saturday April 21st (Turnstiles Open at 1pm)
Adults £15
Young Adults (ages 12-15 years) £5
OAPs £12
Under 12s FREE

Sunday April 22nd (Turnstiles Open at 11am)
Adults £12
Young Adults (ages 12-15 years) £5
OAPs £9
Under 12s FREE

Proof of age may be requested

Trackside Parking £5/per vehicle/per day (Trackside Parking is on a first come first served basis)


Saturday April 21st from 5pm (Drivers Parade at 4:30pm)
Race 1 National Hot Rods Heat One (Groups A and B)
Race 2 Classic Hot Rods Heat One
Race 3 Superstox Heat One
Race 4 Ninja Karts Heat One
Race 5 National Hot Rods Heat Two (Groups B and C)
Race 6 Classic Hot Rods Heat Two (Reverse Grid of Heat One)
Race 7 Superstox Heat Two
Race 8 Ninja Karts Heat Two (Reverse Grid from Heat One)
Race 9 National Hot Rods Heat Three (Groups A and C)
Race 10 Classic Hot Rod Scottish Championship
Race 11 LJN DeSIGNS Ninja Kart British Championship
Race 12 Dechmont Forklift Trucks National Hot Rod European Championship
Race 13 Superstox Final

Saturday April 22nd from 1pm
Race 1 Ninja Kart Heat One (Groups A and B)
Race 2 National Hot Rods Heat One
Race 3 Classic Hot Rods Heat One
Race 4 Ninja Kart Heat Two (Groups B and C)
Race 5 Superstox Heat One
Race 6 National Hot Rods Heat Two (Reverse Grid from Heat One)
Race 7 Classic Hot Rods Heat Two (Reverse Grid from Heat One)
Race 8 Ninja Karts Heat Three (Groups A and C)
Race 9 National Hot Rod Malcolm Chesher Memorial/Open Scottish Championship
Race 10 Superstox Heat Two
Race 11 Ninja Karts Open Scottish Championship (top 24 in points to qualify in points order)
Race 12 Classic Hot Rods Fife Championship
Race 13 Superstox Final


Friday April 20th
1pm until 5pm - National and Classic Hot Rod Practice ONLY - £50 per driver.

Saturday April 21st
1:45pm until 2:15pm Ninja Kart Championship practice
2:20pm until 2:50pm Classic Hot Rod practice
2:55pm until 3:25pm National Hot Rod practice

Sunday April 22nd

Website Downtime
12th of April 2018

At the beginning of this week our main server for the website had a series of serious issues which resulted in a number of drives becoming fried.

As a result of this, all previous information stored within the website has been lost.

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