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Bangers Are Back In Action
14th of March 2019

The Bangers Are Back In Town
Saturday 16th March will see another great 5 formula line up, with the Ministox back in action after there great show at the season opener, whilst the Superstox and 2.0 Hot Rods return for there 2nd meetings of the season as well. The ProStocks make their season debut here at Lochgelly Raceway, and the 2l National Bangers compete for the first round in the 2019 HRP Series.

The Ministox see Aaron Richards join us from south of the border for the 2nd time this season already, Aaron took the first final of the season last time out and will be looking for a similar set of results this weekend. Rian Mitchell may make his debut in the formula, taking over the 172 from brother Michael if the car is ready in time. A host of former Ninja Kart drivers are expected to be on track, including Robbie Armit and Jake Wilson, with both trying to find there feet in the formula after stepping up. Northern based driver Ross Lawrence makes the trip south to join us again. Taylor Borthwick has made a good start to the season and will be looking to secure her first win at Lochgelly in 2019 this weekend after narrowly missing out last time out.

The National Bangers are here for the first round of the HRP Series, which will see the winner at the end of the series deemed the HRP National Points Champion, thus gaining a wildcard entry into the World Final. Bookings have been slow in forthcoming but with a couple of travelling drivers due with us, we aren’t far away from where we’d like to be in terms of rebuilding the banger scene. It is hoped that numbers will increase throughout the season and it gives us a platform to build bangers up to where they once were in Scotland. The drivers will as always, go out to entertain and put on a show for the crowd.
The ProStocks are with us for the first time this year and will see a few new names on track, with David Ross back in action and David Izzat out for his first meeting. Paul Barron leads the line up with Ian Christie and Steven Gold out on track looking to challenge Barron for the honours this year.
The Superstox will be hoping for a drier night so that they can really find there form and understand any adjustments needing made to there cars this season to maximise speed. Adam Low was quick from yellow grade in the wet and will no doubt be looking to show that sort of form in the dry conditions too. Mark Brady will be looking to kick start his season after a disappointing outing on the 2nd March. Bryan Forrest and Chris Miller will be hoping to show the speed to give them the opportunity to win some silverware this season.

The 2.0 Hot Rods are back with us for the 2nd week in succession; Kevin Stewart will be looking to continue where he left off with a final win last time out. Ryan Mackie will hope to have the issues sorted that prevented him from competing full distance in the final after securing two heat wins previously. Former stock rodders, Jim Pitcaithly, Trevor Calvin will be hoping to secure another good haul of points, whilst they may be joined by Brian Wilson on track. Gerry Hendry was arguably the top driver of the 2018 season, and will be looking to win some titles in 2019.

Join us at Lochgelly Raceway from 6pm.

It’s only £10 per adult, concessions and 12-15 year olds are £5, whilst under 12s GO FREE!!

You an also park trackside for an additional £5 per vehicle.

We would be grateful if those with vans / large vehicles can park on the upper levels of trackside parking.

PLEASE NOTE: THE HOLDING AREA IS STRICTLY FOR VEHICLES ONLY. NO PUBLIC OR RACE TEAMS ARE ALLOWED IN THIS AREA. PLEASE ENSURE DRIVERS ARE BUCKLED IN SECURELY BEFORE LEAVING YOUR RACE TRANSPORTER AREA. THANK YOU.


Provisional Running Order
Race 1 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 2 Ministox Heat 1
Race 3 Superstox Heat 1
Race 4 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 5 Bangers Heat 1
Race 6 ProStocks Heat 2
Race 7 Ministox Heat 2
Race 8 Superstox Heat 2
Race 9 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 10 Bangers Heat 2
Race 11 ProStocks Final
Race 12 Ministox Final
Race 13 Superstox Final
Race 14 2.0 Hot Rods Final
Race 15 Bangers Final
Race 16 Bangers DD TBC

Please note that the running order is provisional and is subject to change.

Booking Lists
Ministox
28 Mirran Adams
50 Ross Lawrence
128 Ciaran Adams
142 Jake Wilson
178 Scott Allardyce
188 Jamie Stewart
199 Mitchell Gold
136 Charlie Henry
210 Aaron Richards
111 Koddi Wright
607 Declan Honeyman
627 Barry Scott
629 Taylor Borthwick
621 Mika Millar

2L Bangers
22 Douglas McConnachie
47 Daniel Wright
52 Scott Dubickas *
118 Kenneth Scollon
180 Sean McConnachie
209 Mark Morrison
226 Brian Youngson
258 Phillip Blowers
440 Pete McVay
880 Neil Naismith
883 Chris Thomson

Superstox
8 Chris Cuthbert
119 Aaron Riddell
171 Mark Brady
172 Chris Miller
177 Stuart Gilchrist
178 Mark Dews
179 Derek Kilday
309 Bryan Forrest
446 Dean Johnston
453 Kenny McKenzie
611 Adam Low

2.0 Hot Rods
16 Gary Black
23 Ryan Adamson
91 Jim Pitcaithly
147 Gerry Hendry
217 Andrew Denholm
323 Trevor Calvin
610 Ryan Mackie
668 Kevin Stewart
696 Brian Wilson
888 Ger Wilson
899 Paul Carruthers

ProStocks
1 Paul Barron
3 David Ross
122 John Jackson
126 Steven Gold
145 Dougie Kidd
162 Grumm Fleming
170 Ian Christie
327 David Izatt

Booking lists are subject to change. HRP cannot be held responsible for any drivers failing to fulfil there booking.



HRP 9th March Preview
7th of March 2019

The Ninjas Are Ready To Battle
This coming Saturday will see the Stock Rods return to action for the 2nd week in succession; The non contact brigade always provide nail biting action here at Lochgelly Raceway, with highly competitive drivers across the grid. Chrissy Dearn dominated proceedings from the white grade in the heats last week before he was stuck with some form of technical issues which prevented him from participating in the meeting final in which Siobhan Martin took advantage of to take the first final win of the season. This weekend will see a Chrissy start from yellow grade where he may be more challenged for race victories but will no doubt enjoy the challenge, he’ll be hoping to make it out for the final this week though! Chris Lattka will be back out and looking to score a few more points, his work will be cut out though as a very strong field lies in front of him. Darren McAlpine and Jamie Bell will be out looking to pick up some good positions. Pete Honeyman and Gary Nicholls look set to make there first outing of 2019 and will want to get things off to a great start – both drivers are more than capable of scoring a good haul of points.

The CC Rods which were many peoples pick of the formula in 2018, make their debut for the 2019 season. Led by the likes of Ian Donaldson, David McFarlane and Craig Watson, close racing is always on the agenda with the CC Rods. David McFarlane had a great fight to the end for the points championship in 2018, and will be looking to have the same sort of form into this season. Ian Donaldson had one of his quieter seasons last year, but was still there or thereabouts when it came to race results, he’ll be looking for a bit more consistency this season and will be looking to kick of with a strong set of results on Saturday night. Brandon Gourlay has another nice new paint scheme on his car for this season, another driver who has shown potential in the class in recent years. Can Brandon make 2019 his year, and start off with a flurry?? Find out on Saturday at Lochgelly Raceway.

The 1300 Stock Cars are in action for the first time this season. It is hoped that 2019 will see an improvement in numbers for the formula compared to what was 2018. Early indications are good that a decent amount of cars should be in attendance regularly throughout the season. British Champion Paul Ford is booked in to be racing this week as it National Points Champion Andrew Mathieson. A couple of newcomers to the formula this season should bolster the numbers, including Dean Abercrombie and Rory Naismith, both of whom are due out this weekend. Further new drivers include Sean Naismith and Craigy Millar who will both be out in the near future. Whether there is 8 or 28 cars on track, the 1300 Stock Car drivers here at Lochgelly Raceway, always aim to put on a show.

The 2.0 Hot Rods are with us for the first time in 2019; a good number of cars have booked in for the opening meeting including newcomers to the formula, Trevor Calvin, Marc Fortune and Ger Wilson, all of whom have years of racing experience behind them and are all more than capable of competing for championships as the year progresses. Returnee’s to the formula include Gary Black and Paul Carruthers who both participated in 2018, but will be hoping to participate in a few more meetings in 2019. Gerry Hendry will be looking to continue the form that he was in during 2018, a season that can be looked back upon as his best to date, Gerry will be looking to add some silverware to his haul in 2019 after coming close a couple of times last year. Billy Bonnar, the reigning Scottish Champion and Track Champion will be looking to kick off his season with a good haul of point as he looks to retain his titles he won in 2018. Kevin Stewart brought out a new car towards the tail end of the 2018 season and seemed to get it on the pace quickly, he’ll be looking to continue in good form tonight and throughout the season. Jim Pitcaithly joined the formula last year and quickly got up to speed before his season was hampered with some damage. Jim is back out for 2019 and the former ORCi Stock Rod champion will be hoping to be in the top points scoring positions through the season. John Campbell, another driver who has shown great speed in the past will be balancing his activities this year with competing with the Classic Hot Rod. Andrew Denholm, Ryan Adamson and Colin Wotherspoon will all be looking to start the 2019 campaign off in style – one thing for sure is the class certainly has a strong calibre of driver in its rank, and each of them are capable of winning some silverware.

Finally, the Ninja Karts are our fifth formula in action and over 20 karts are booked in for the opening event. With a number now having moved onto more senior formula, there place on the grid has been quickly re-occupied with a number of novices entering the formula. Bailey Millar and Charlie Hardie are the two most experienced drivers on the grid now, with both finishing up in the formula throughout 2019. Rachel Kidd and Demi Ritchie will be the two looking to challenge Bailey and Charlie, though, some of the newcomers to the formula may find there feet quickly and be looking to get up the grades quickly. The Ninja Karts here at HRP Lochgelly Raceway are full of talented drivers, with each of them showing great maturity and sportsmanship on track, it’s a pleasure to watch them fly around the oval with such great control.

Join us at Lochgelly Raceway from 6pm, Saturday 9th March!

PLEASE NOTE – THE HOLDING AREA IS STRICTLY FOR VEHICLES ONLY. NO PUBLIC OR RACE TEAMS ARE ALLOWED IN THIS AREA. PLEASE ENSURE DRIVERS ARE BUCKLED IN SECURELY BEFORE LEAVING YOUR RACE TRANSPORTER AREA. THANK YOU.

Provisional Running Order
Pre Meeting Practice 1530-1630
Race 1 Ninja Karts W&Y
Race 2 CC Rods Heat 1
Race 3 Stock Rods Heat 1
Race 4 Ninja Karts Heat 1
Race 5 2L Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 6 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 7 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 8 Ninja Karts Heat 2
Race 9 Stock Rods Heat 2
Race 10 2L Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 11 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2
Race 12 Ninja Karts Heat 3
Race 13 CC Rods Final
Race 14 Stock Rods Final
Race 15 2L Hot Rods Final
Race 16 1300 Stock Car Final

Booking Lists
1300 Stock Cars
10 Patrick Calderwood
16 Dean Abercrombie
17 Stuart Farrell
48 Craig Oliver
101 Rory Naismith
111 Regan Watson
118 Corey Robertson
122 Zak Gilmour
124 Andrew Mathieson
126 Danny Whyte
388 Paul Ford
654 Eddie Corr*
710 Martin McCafferty

2.0 Hot Rods
9 Colin Wotherspoon
16 Gary Black
23 Ryan Adamson
26 Jock Campbell
64 Marc Fortune
91 Jim Pitcaithly
147 Gerry Hendry
217 Andrew Denholm
323 Trevor Calvin
610 Ryan Mackie
668 Kevin Stewart
888 Ger Wilson
899 Paul Carruthers*

CC Rods
3 Davie McFarlane
13 Shane Allen
69 Graham Campbell
113 Darren MacDonald
267 Lee Wotherspoon
518 Daniel McDonald
671 Brandon Gourlay
679 Craig Watson
696 Brian Wilson
700 Ian Donaldson
878 Ian Hotchkies

Stock Rods
25 Siobhan Martin
27 Gary Dean
40 Christopher Leslie
46 Stewart Patersom
52 Alan Cuthbert
123 Craig Tosh*
127 Jamie Bell
176 Gary Nicholls
194 John Lee Green
248 David Crichton
467 Pete Honeyman
557 Jock McEwan
658 Chris Lattka
721 Darren McAlpine
878 Chrissy Dearn

Ninja Karts
1 Charlie Hardie
9 William Plenderleith
14 Demi Ritchie
45 Dougie Kidd Jnr
49 Connie Anderson
60 Bailey Millar
66 Neave McGill
73 Declan Dixon
74 Aiden Duffy
117 Caelan Grant
145 Rachel Kidd
307 Lewis Dickson
388 Cole Ford
562 Kieran Hay
618 Stuart Shevill
636 Lewis Duffy
689 Abbie Carruthers
721 Kenzie Bell
809 Toby Tyson
878 Leeland Dearn
888 Evie Ford



HRP 2nd March
28th of February 2019

We're Back With A Bang!!!

The 2019 stock car season kicks off at Lochgelly Raceway this coming Saturday (2nd March 2019) at 6pm! What a start to the season we have in prospect with the National Big Van Bangers competing for the Shaun Walsh Memorial, Superstox, Stock Rods, Ministox and National Hot Rod World Qualifying Round all on the agenda. Hardie Race Promotions are delighted to announce that admission costs will again be frozen at just £10 for adults, £5 for concessions (and 12-15 year olds) with under 12’s going free at all domestic events throughout the 2019 season!! We offer trackside parking on a first come first served basis for just £5 per vehicle.

The Van Bangers are always a crowd favourite here at Lochgelly Raceway with mid to high teens expected in attendance, there will be no shortage of carnage and action around the raceway. Although crashing is the name of the game, the drivers will all want to win the main race due to its prestige nature, although some others may be more keen on scooping the entertainer award – a further incentive has been put up by Ayreshire Car Breaks and Hardie Race Promotions to further encourage entertainment, not that banger drivers need much encouragement! One such driver who always go out to entertain is Cowdenbeath based Lee Clarke.

The Superstox have looked good in pre-season practice, with a number of new cars expected to be in attendance, most notably that of former Scottish Champion Bryan Forrest in the 309 machine. A welcome return to action will see Lee Livingston back on track for the first time in around 2 years. Derek Kildare returns to the scene after last gracing the tracks near on 20 years ago! Chris Miller returns to action after a period on the sidelines last year, Chris will be hoping to find the form that he started 2018 before his car was badly damaged. Add in Stuart Gilchrist, Aaron Riddell, and the number of other challengers, and competition is certainly going to be fierce in the Superstox in 2019. Hardie Race Promotions host the Superstox Championship of the World later this year at Lochgelly Raceway.

Like the Superstox, the Stock Rod World Championship is set to be held at Lochgelly Raceway later this year as well. Leading the Scottish contingent will be superstars Chris Lattka and Siobhan Martin who have won everything there is to win between them in the Stock Rod class; They’ll both be looking to get the season off to a great start and find that optimum setup ahead of the main event later this year. However, it’s never easy to win a title or regular race final due to the level of competition within the formula. Gary Dean had a great 2018 season and will be looking to kick off 2019 in much the same manner. Darren McAlpine is always there or thereabouts as well when it comes to taking the chequered flag at the end of each race. You can never discount the lower graders at Lochgelly Raceway; Lower graded drivers accounted for a high percentage of race wins last season. Chrissy Dearn and Craig Tosh are 2 of the drivers set to join the ranks in the formula this year. The Stock Rods will have extra on offer this weekend with a tyre being put up for the final winner and a couple of other small prizes for 2nd and 3rd placed drivers, courtesy of Pie Performance and ASD Welding Services.

The youngers in the Ministox have seen a few of the more senior drivers move onto senior formula over the winter. Despite this, there are over 20 Ministox booked in at the time of writing!! The Ministox have been the formula to watch in Scotland for the last number of years due to the action and entertainment that they always provide. A great number of cars is always expected and when the Ministox are on, people very rarely leave disappointed. Last years novice driver Scott Allardyce will start the season a bit further down the field than he did this time last year, but with his experience now behind him, he’ll be looking to be right up there looking for race wins and titles in 2019. Ciaran Adams will be joined on track by his younger sister Mirran Adams, with a host of new youngsters joining the formula. Who'll be the one to beat in 2019?

The lightning quick National Hot Rods are the final formula in action at our opening meeting. 2018 was probably the best year of this decade for the formula in Scotland, and 2019 certainly seems to be starting off on the right foot, with a few new drivers entering the formula including former 2.0 Hot Rod World Champion Gordon Alexander. Local driver Billy Bonnar will again be competing in the class as he looks to secure his place on the World Final grid at Ipswich in July. The National Hot Rod European Championship is back at Lochgelly Raceway in 2019 with the drivers from around the UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe descending onto the venue on the 6th and 7th of April.

Join us at Lochgelly Raceway from 6pm, Saturday 2nd March for our 2019 season opener!

PLEASE NOTE – THE HOLDING AREA IS STRICTLY FOR VEHICLES ONLY. NO PUBLIC OR RACE TEAMS ARE ALLOWED IN THIS AREA. PLEASE ENSURE DRIVERS ARE BUCKLED IN SECURELY BEFORE LEAVING YOUR RACE TRANSPORTER AREA. THANK YOU.

Provisional Running Order
Pre Meeting Practice 1530-1630
Race 1 Ministox Heat 1
Race 2 Superstox Heat 1
Race 3 Stock Rods Heat 1
Race 4 National Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 5 Van Bangers Heat 1
Race 6 Ministox Heat 2
Race 7 Superstox Heat 2
Race 8 Stock Rods Heat 2
Race 9 National Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 10 Van Bangers Heat 2
Race 11 Ministox Final
Race 12 Superstox Final
Race 13 Stock Rods Final
Race 14 National Hot Rods Final
Race 15 Van Bangers Final
Race 16 Van Bangers DD

Booking Lists
Van Bangers
7 Calvin McVay
11 Gavin Fletcher
18 Scott Russell
52 Scott Dubickas
99 Lee Clarke
125 Rodney Herron
133 Lee Kopacz
134 Josh Heeps
159 Callum Campbell
180 Sean McConnachie
420 Connor Van Dieken
511 Simon Thomson*
600 Marcus Chant
616 Derek Boles
666 Murray Milne
881 Neil Naismith
883 Chris Thomson
901 Derick Wilson

Superstox
8 Chris Cuthbert
12 Trevor Harris
34 Campbell Scott
119 Aaron Riddell
171 Mark Brady
172 Chris Miller
177 Stuart Gilchrist
178 Mark Dews
179 Derek Kilday
265 Barry Stephen
309 Bryan Forrest
338 Lee Livingston*
453 Kenny McKenzie
562 Chris Hay
611 Adam Low

Stock Rods
25 Siobhan Martin
27 Gary Dean
40 Christopher Leslie
46 Stewart Paterson
52 Alan Cuthbert
127 Jamie Bell
146 Ricky White
177 Connar Venters
194 John Lee Green
248 David Crichton
467 Pete Honeyman
557 Jock McEwan
658 Chris Lattka
721 Darren McAlpine
878 Chrissy Dearn
944 Derek McMillan

Ministox
28 Mirran Adams
42 Michael Gordon
50 Ross Lawrence
111 Koddi Wright
121 Maddison Gilmour
122 Kai Gilmour
128 Ciaran Adams
136 Charlie Henry
137 William Wallace
142 Jake Wilson
165 Jamie Dawson
178 Scott Allardyce
188 Jamie Stewart
199 Mitch Gold
210 Aaron Richards
244 Ed Selby
603 Brandon Morton
607 Declan Honeyman
612 Gary Paterson
621 Mika Millar
627 Brian Scott
629 Taylor Borthwick
647 Lewis Burgoyne
688 Lauren Ford
985 Sam Carter


National Hot Rods
36 Roy Anderson
71 Gordon Alexander
94 Steven Armit
385 Gordon Ogilvie

Please note, running order and booking lists are subject to change. HRP cannot be held responsible for any driver failing to fulfil there booking.



Future of Superstox
8th of October 2018

I have been looking at the Superstox for the last couple of years and feel that they are following the same pattern as the BriSCA F2s have done and it has not worked for the F2s and they were a lot bigger than what Superstox are. Therefore, I feel that rule changes have got to come in to start trying to even the cars up. I sit and watch the races and if the conditions and tracks are good the top drives can be in the lead within eleven laps. This is not good for spectators and is not good for lower grade drivers without big budgets.

The first change will be with brakes. You will be allowed a maximum of a 240mm size disc. There will be no machining or grinding of callipers or wheels. Reason, if one of these broke who would be responsible for it? The callipers must be symmetrical from side to side on the same axle and with the same size piston. Other than as stated here the callipers will stay the same as per section 14.1 of the 2018 Superstox Rules & Regulations. We are going to a single brake cylinder. This will work front and back brakes and you are only allowed one single reducer which will be in the line to the back brakes. Brake pads will remain free for next season and I have already had talks with Mintex who are quite willing to make the brake pads and police it for the 2020 season if I feel we need to go further with brakes.

Anti-roll bars from next season will be banned. No torsions arms or any connecting arms from one side to the other on the suspension. In-board suspension will be symmetrical from side to side and not adjustable rockers. The rocker itself will not be adjustable to alter the ratio.

Shock Absorbers from 2020 will be going onto controlled shock absorbers. More details will follow on this. Shock absorbers from 2019, you will not be allowed to change your shock absorbers one your car has been safety checked. Shock absorbers cannot be changed unless damaged. You must get a scrutineer to confirm this. This is to stop people from changing shocker absorbers from wet to dry now we have banned the anti-roll bar. If you are caught changing a shock absorber without permission this will be classed as cheating and therefore you will receive a ban.

If this does not work, then for 2020 I will look into link arm lengths and putting everyone onto the same back suspension.

I know this is going to upset some of the top drivers, but I am sorry I have done a lot of investigating in the last six months and spoken to a lot of drivers who have stopped racing and they feel that the sport in general is getting to complicated and too dear. Therefore, I am trying to keep it inline of not just money but being fun as well. Please do not go on social media and start criticizing because this is not good for our sport or the formula. This is not just things I have done on my own, I have spoken to a lot of different people and car builders as well and I have to do what I think is right for the formula to create closer and more exciting racing.

Deane Wood
Spedeworth International



2019 Early Offer
30th of September 2018

2018 is drawing to a close with just over a month of racing remaining.

We've seen almost 50,000 photos uploaded onto the website since our unfortunate server crash at the beginning of the season.

I would like to thank those that came forward and offered support, and in particular, those who took up the advertising option for our photos.

As well as almost 50,000 photos uploaded onto the website, the photos are often shared on Facebook by our page, downloaded by our members and uploaded to Facebook too, being seen by thousands of people every month.

We are going to go ahead with offering space on our photos again in 2019, and have set our prices ahead of 2019.

Advertising space on our photos will cost £100 for the full season, but businesses can save 25% if they commit before the end of October 2018.

Additionally, we are offering a link on our website to a page of your own at no extra cost for photo sponsors, this would normally cost £5.

If you are interested in getting your logo on our photos for the 2019 season, now is the time to get in touch.

Simply drop us a message via the website, or email, kevin@scottish-stockcars.net



Website Offer
24th of September 2018

We like to recognise those that use our site, therefore, we have launched a website offer in association with our parent site, kevinmcqueen.co.uk.

If you or anyone you know, would benefit from the use of a website for there business, please get in touch by dropping a message to kevin@kevinmcqueen.co.uk with your requirements.

Upon completion of the website, we will add £30 of credits to your account for use on scottish-stockcars.net.



2 New Nationals In Scotland
24th of September 2018

Great news for National Hot Rods in Scotland as Kenny Purdie and Gordon Alexander look set to join the ranks!



Superstox Scottish
22nd of August 2018

So, the sweepstake hasn't taken to too well which is a shame. Thought a few more people would have had a go.

Nevertheless, even without the sweepstake money we were going to put into the Superstox Scottish, we are still going to add a little extra for the race.

We are going to give out -

£25 voucher code for the 1st place driver
£15 voucher code for the 2nd place driver
£10 voucher code for the 3rd place driver
£10 voucher code for the top white or yellow grade driver across the line.

Vouchers will be redeemable through www.scottish-stockcars.net by logging into your account and clicking redeem where the funds will then be added to your account.

Hardie Race Promotions have the voucher codes already.

I'll keep the sweepstake option available as well, incase there are any late additions. Login to your account or register on site, deposit to your account and follow the link - www.scottish-stockcars.net/index.php?P=sweep

On a side note, it has been confirmed that reigning Superstox Scottish Champion, Bryan Forrest, will not be defending the title due to an injury occurred at the recent European Championship meeting. Best wishes on a speedy recovery Bryan!



New Sweepstake
15th of August 2018

We have added a new sweepstake onto the website. It is for the Superstox Scottish Championship on August 25th.

To participate, log into your account and select the sweepstake option from the menu.

Hopefully we will get a good number of participants, with the hope of having a decent prize fund for the winning member, with 50% of that winning amount also being given to the actual race winner as well.

Get involved.



Website News
15th of August 2018

From 2019 this website will have a number of features removed from it primarily due to time constraints for keeping the information up to date and relevant.

The pages that will be removed are the results, stock market and points pages.

I'm open to re-consider if anyone would like to come on board and assist with inputting results on a weekly basis from the Scottish tracks. This in turn will keep the points page up to date.

If your interested, please get in touch.



New Products
19th of June 2018

We now have a few new products available for order on www.scottish-stockcars.net

Photo Books - Ideal for memories
Towels - Great for holidays or at home
100x50cm Canvas - More panoramic feel
Acrylic Glass Photo Prints
Aluminium Photo Prints.

We also have a few items now on offer at a reduced price, including digital images, and an introductory offer on some of the new items above.

https://scottish-stockcars.net/?P=products for a breakdown of products available



F1 Weekend
12th of June 2018

Preview from the Startrax Facebook Page!

AS THEY SAY - "AND THERE'S MORE!'

HEADING FOR A RECORD! IT KEEPS GROWING!

SCOTLAND 2018 - NO HYPE NECESSARY - IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF!

The Fat Lady appears not have sung yet on bookings!
Could we be approaching the biggest ever BriSCA F1 entry list in SCOTLAND - It continues to grow and one wonders if it can ever be repeated in future years!

A HUGE 45 CARS ENTERED [ 44 Racewall ]

Be there or quite literally miss this one off Scottish spectacular!

The whole weekend has been put together for our Scottish fans as a thank you for their numerous trips South and your loyal support which we appreciate and of course a unique weekend at two different venues for race fans South O’ the border to appreciate the welcoming hospitality and we very uch hope that you enjoy the weekend and that it delivers great action, all keep safe and provides some great memories! Life is too short!

UPDATED 12.PM TUESDAY 11th June

COWDENBEATH RACEWALL SATURDAY 16th JUNE - 46

BriSCA F1
# NAME HOME TOWN
1 3 Chris Fort Silsden
2 11 Neil Scriven Cirencester
3 13 Kelvin Hassell Lower Picker
4 16 Mat Newson Norwich
5 19 Jonathon Horne Nuneaton
6 25 Bradley Harrison Wickersley
7 37 Chris Cowley Altrincham
8 45 Nigel Harrhy Hampton-in-Arden
9 70 Aaron Leach Oldham
10 84 Tom Harris Altrincham
11 101 Tristan Jackson Chester
12 124 Kyle Gray Thrapston
13 126 Harry Steward Colchester
14 127 Austin Moore Blackburn
15 129 Euan Millar Lockerbie
16 137 Sam Jacklin Denton
17 164 John Fortune Edinburgh
18 175 Karl Hawkins Towcester
19 183 Steve Whittle Winsford
20 211 Phoebe Wainman Silsden, Keighley
21 212 Danny Wainman Silsden, Keighley
22 217 Lee Fairhurst Bolton
23 219 Jacklyn Ellis Barnsley
24 220 William Hunter Preston
25 249 Jonathon Gibson Bury, Manchester
26 259 Paul Hines Hinckley
27 278 Paul Hopkins Lincoln
28 280 Colin Nairn South Wigston, Leics
29 346 Ashley England Brentwood
30 361 Steve Reedman Derby
31 372 Colin Goodswen Harleston
32 382 Stuart Rolph Cambridge
33 390 Stuart Smith Milnrow
34 437 Ronald Ferguson Edinburgh
35 443 Richard Dickerson Norfolk
36 451 Martin Spiers Evesham
37 461 Lindsay Wilson Dunfermline
38 464 Luke Davidson Altrincham
39 483 Wayne Marshall Chesterfield
40 484 Craig Utley Sheffield
41 515 Frankie Wainman Silsden, Keighley
42 518 Stuart Shevill Jnr Cleland
43 520 John Englestone Smallborough
44 532 Daz Kitson March, Cambs
45 543 Drew Lammas Welwyn
46 555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr Silsden, Keighley

Saloon Stock Cars booked to race at Cowdenbeath 16 June 2018 as at 3.pm 11th June

8 Holly Glen Yellow
38 Barry Glen Blue
42 Neil Linden Yellow
45 Eck Cunningham Red
85 Kyle Irvine Scottish Champion
96 William Mitchell Blue
219 Luke Grief Red
241 Robin Copland White
301 Raymond Dick White
400 Ross Forrest Yellow
501 Alistair Strachan Blue
507 Paul Honeyman Red
661 Graeme Shevill National Champion
670 Ross Watters Red
684 Ian McLaughlin Red
756 Ian Sutherland White

NATIONAL MINISTOX opening list as at 9th June - 22 Sponsored by PRO TECH SHOCKERS

1 Jack Witts Coppull
53 Roger Stansfield Clitheroe
67 Henry Robson (Prov) Lochgelly Only Darlington
68 Callum Thornton (Prov) Cowdenbeath Only Bedford
84 Ryan Taylor Coventry
112 Tom Armstrong Wrawby
128 Harry Joe Watson,
193 Sharlotte Lewis Carnforth
211 Tom Birchenough Buxton
246 Jenson Brickley Leicester
281 George Davis Dronfield
285 Briannie Davis Dronfield
290 Charley Tomblin Spalding
293 Elexie Bartram Uttoxeter
299 Harley Burns Kettering
335 Jake Woodhull Loughborough
361 Lucy Shaw Uttoxeter
381 Tyrone Evans Tipton
391 Rebecca Smith Essex
392 Lewis Evans Tipton
405 Josh Hamstead Oxon
475 Leah Sealy Taunton

MICRO F2 STOCK CAR BOOKINGS - Cowdenbeath / Lochgelly
Rogerson Coach Travel sponsoring Saturday and Benson Products Ltd sponsoring Sunday. Please find drivers list for both days below.

As at 9th June

5 Connor St Aubyn
50 Todd Anderson
51 Joelan Maynard
52 Chelsy Rainey
68 Charlie Burgoyne
71 Lennon Cuthill
78 Nicole Allerdyce
88 Kyle Rogerson
95 Tom Lewney
158 Honey-Rae Tomlinson
183 Mason Whittle
187 Ben McCallum
209 Lyla Lovett
218 Jake Watson
225 Simone Davidson
239 Mark Arthur
253 Ethan-Jack Gemmell
279 Paige Hopkins
299 David Philp Jnr
309 Freya Lovett
317 Sienna Moss
321 Billie-Summer Glen
355 Archie Grindey
375 Harley Spencer
425 Boden Murfin
441 April Todd
484 Dean Heeps
496 Thomas Holcroft
500 Eddy Anderson
644 Owen Marshall
818 Kara Russell
828 Ross McLaughlin
858 Rhys Anderson
874 Ben McLellan
915 Leo Ashurst

F2 ENTRIES NOT AVAILABLE AS YET! Bookings go to GMP should be online Thursday 14th

Entires received by Startrax
7 Gordon Moodie
184 Aarron Vaight

LOCHGELLY ENTRIES as at Monday 11th June

BriSCA F1 BOOKING LIST
MEETING : Lochgelly 17th June 2018 - 47
# NAME HOME TOWN
1 3 Chris Fort Silsden
2 11 Neil Scriven Cirencester
3 13 Kelvin Hassell Lower Picker
4 16 Mat Newson Norwich
5 19 Jonathon Horne Nuneaton
6 25 Bradley Harrison Wickersley
7 37 Chris Cowley Altrincham
8 45 Nigel Harrhy Hampton-in-Arden
9 48 Shaun Webster Sheffield
10 70 Aaron Leach Oldham
11 84 Tom Harris Altrincham
12 101 Tristan Jackson Chester
13 116 Gary Coffey Abernethy
14 124 Kyle Gray Thrapston
15 126 Harry Steward Colchester
16 127 Austin Moore Blackburn
17 129 Euan Millar Lockerbie
18 137 Sam Jacklin Denton
19 164 John Fortune Edinburgh
20 175 Karl Hawkins Towcester
21 183 Steve Whittle Winsford
22 211 Phoebe Wainman Silsden, Keighley
23 212 Danny Wainman Silsden, Keighley
24 217 Lee Fairhurst Bolton
25 219 Jacklyn Ellis Barnsley
26 220 William Hunter Preston
27 249 Jonathon Gibson Bury, Manchester
28 259 Paul Hines Hinckley
29 278 Paul Hopkins Lincoln
30 280 Colin Nairn South Wigston, Leics
31 346 Ashley England Brentwood
32 361 Steve Reedman Derby
33 372 Colin Goodswen Harleston
34 382 Stuart Rolph Cambridge
35 390 Stuart Smith Milnrow
36 437 Ronald Ferguson Edinburgh
37 443 Richard Dickerson Norfolk
38 451 Martin Spiers Evesham
39 464 Luke Davidson Altrincham
40 483 Wayne Marshall Chesterfield
41 484 Craig Utley Sheffield
42 515 Frankie Wainman Silsden, Keighley
43 518 Stuart Shevill Jnr Cleland
44 520 John Englestone Smallborough
45 542 Michael Blain Dundee
46 543 Drew Lammas Welwyn
47 555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr Silsden, Keighley

NATIONAL MINISTOX opening list as at 9th June - 22
Sponsored by HARRISON SUPPLIES

1 Jack Witts Coppull
53 Roger Stansfield Clitheroe
67 Henry Robson (Prov) Lochgelly Only Darlington
68 Callum Thornton (Prov) Cowdenbeath Only Bedford
84 Ryan Taylor Coventry
112 Tom Armstrong Wrawby
128 Harry Joe Watson,
193 Sharlotte Lewis Carnforth
211 Tom Birchenough Buxton
246 Jenson Brickley Leicester
281 George Davis Dronfield
285 Briannie Davis Dronfield
290 Charley Tomblin Spalding
293 Elexie Bartram Uttoxeter
299 Harley Burns Kettering
335 Jake Woodhull Loughborough
361 Lucy Shaw Uttoxeter
381 Tyrone Evans Tipton
391 Rebecca Smith Essex
392 Lewis Evans Tipton
405 Josh Hamstead Oxon

Spedeworth Superstox as at 11th June - 20

Driver list below:
8 Chris Cuthbert
12 Trevor Harris
19 Aidan O'Hare
53 David Frame
63 Ally Noble
119 Aaron Riddell
122 Zak Gilmour
144 Lewis Willacy
171 Mark Brady
17 Allan Gibson
172 Chris Miller
217 Jack Turbitt
237 Raffaele Donofrio
265 Barry Stephen
309 Bryan Forrest
446 Dean Johnston
453 Kenny McKenzie
463 Ryan McGill
555 Jordan Black
562 Chris Hay

MICRO F2 STOCK CAR BOOKINGS - Cowdenbeath / Lochgelly
Rogerson Coach Travel sponsoring Saturday and Benson Products Ltd sponsoring Sunday. Please find drivers list for both days below.

As at 9th June

5 Connor St Aubyn
50 Todd Anderson
51 Joelan Maynard
52 Chelsy Rainey
68 Charlie Burgoyne
71 Lennon Cuthill
78 Nicole Allerdyce
88 Kyle Rogerson
95 Tom Lewney
158 Honey-Rae Tomlinson
183 Mason Whittle
187 Ben McCallum
209 Lyla Lovett
218 Jake Watson
225 Simone Davidson
239 Mark Arthur
253 Ethan-Jack Gemmell
279 Paige Hopkins
299 David Philp Jnr
309 Freya Lovett
317 Sienna Moss
321 Billie-Summer Glen
355 Archie Grindey
375 Harley Spencer
425 Boden Murfin
441 April Todd
484 Dean Heeps
496 Thomas Holcroft
500 Eddy Anderson
644 Owen Marshall
818 Kara Russell
828 Ross McLaughlin
858 Rhys Anderson
874 Ben McLellan
915 Leo Ashurst



Lochgelly Fixture Change
30th of May 2018

Following discussions between HRP, Spedeworth/INCARACE and Startrax; HRP wish to inform drivers, teams and fans of the following changes.

Sunday June 17th will now see the BriSCA F1 Stock Cars, National Ministox and Superstox in action from 1pm.

Provisional Running Order
1.00.pm Race 1 BriSCA F1 Stock Cars Heat 1
1.20.pm Race 2 BriSCA Ministox Heat 1
1.40.pm Race 3 Superstox Heat 1
2.00.pm Race 4 BriSCA F1 Stock Cars Heat 2
2.20.pm Race 5 BriSCA Ministox Heat 2
2.40.pm Race 6 Superstox Heat 2
2.55.pm Race 7 BriSCA F1 Stock Cars Heat 3
3.15.pm Race 8 BriSCA Ministox FINAL
3.35.pm Race 9 Superstox Final
3.55.pm Race 10 BriSCA F1Stock Cars WQ Final
4.15.pm Race 11 National Ministox GN
4.40.pm Race 12 BriSCA F1 GN

ADMISSION DETAILS
Adults £18
Senior Citizens over 65 £16
Child 10 - 15 £8
Accompanied children Under 10 FREE
Trackside parking TBC

It promises to be cracking weekend of action with proceedings getting underway here at Scotland's premier stock car venue HRP Lochgelly Raceway on Friday June 15th with an extra fixture featuring the 1300 Stock Cars, 2.0 Hot Rods, CC Rods and ProStocks.

The action then moves on to Cowdenbeath for the BriSCA F1 Stock Cars and National Ministox plus support on Saturday June 16th before all roads lead BACK to HRP Lochgelly Raceway for a late night disco (free overnight parking and camping available).

We then round off the weekend with the mighty BriSCA F1 Stock Cars, National Ministox and Superstox around the unique HRP Lochgelly Raceway oval.

Join us for a fantastic and unique weekend of action!!!



Racewall Summer Speedweekend
30th of May 2018

As per preview on racewall.co.uk -

The 2018 Racewall Summer Speedweekend will see the BriSCA F2 Stock Cars and Saloon Stock Cars battle it out for their Scottish and National Championship qualifying. The Stock Rods and Ministox will be on Qualifying duty for their ORCi Championships whilst the Jascars and Mascars will make their 2018 Scottish visit, and will be qualifying for their Scottish Championships.

Admission Costs (including race programme whilst stocks last):
Adult 2 Day Saver Ticket (available at the lefthand turnstile on the day) £30
Concession 2 Day Saver Ticket (available at the lefthand turnstile on the day) £24
Adult Single Day Saturday: £20; Adult Single Day Sunday: £15
Concessions Saturday £17; Concessions Sunday £12
Juniors Aged 13-15 £5 per day
Kids 12 and under free (when accompanied by an adult)

BriSCA F2 Stock Cars
The BriSCA F2 Stock Cars will contest their 2018 Scottish Championship. The inaugural running in 1981 at Newtongrange, and was won by Bill Batten. Since then, the championship has been run 37 times at 3 different tracks, bringing 26 different winners. At the time of writing, the only two previous winners set to be on the grid are 7 Gordon Moodie, and the defending champion, 647 Chris Burgoyne.

10 of those 26 winners have come from South of the Border, and there is set to be a large entry from England in 2018. Ben Fund & Gala Champion 560 Luke Wrench will head the English challenge. Wrench has already proved that he can be quick at the Racewall by taking the feature final on the 24th of March. 127 Matt Stoneman, 305 Colin Gregg and 722 John Broatch have also been visitors to the Racewall this year, and their advanced track knowledge could come in handy whilst 101 Kelvyn Marshall, 184 Aaron Vaight and 282 Ant Riley will be making their first Racewall visits since the Shootout round last season.

There is yet to be an Irish winner of the Scottish Championship but there has often been an Irish presence at the meetings. This season will be no different with 47 Sean McFerran, 747 Bradley McKinstry and 998 Graham Fegan all set to journey across the Irish sea for a chance at taking the Saltire home.

The home entry is set to be one of the strongest yet with British Champion 647 Chris Burgoyne defending his crown. He will face stiff opposition from the likes of 7 Gordon Moodie and 16 Craig Wallace who were on the podium in 2017 whilst 92 John Hogg, 629 Euan Millar, 674 Steven Burgoyne and 854 Robbie Dawson should not be discounted. 17 Paul Reid, 3 Liam Rennie and 852 Adam Blacklock will all have been downgraded for this meeting so it would not be a surprise to see them break away from the pack and take victory.

The current booking list is shown below:
White Grade
217 Craig Reid
640 Will Lindsay Jnr

Yellow Grade
17 Paul Reid
203 Colin Forbes
376 Darren Seneschall (Provisional)
419 Ryan Farquhar
626 Ewan Mackie
852 Adam Blacklock
922 Pete Davidson
980 James Yule

Blue Grade
3 Liam Rennie
236 Daniel Scrimgeour (Provisional)
251 Craig Driscoll
282 Ant Riley
391 Gregor Turner
480 Garry Sime
618 Ben Lockwood
722 John Broatch
787 Ollie Hertzog

Red Grade
47 Sean McFerran
92 John Hogg
101 Kelvyn Marshall
184 Aaron Vaight
305 Colin Gregg
527 James Riggall
629 Euan Millar
652 Stephen Forster
674 Steven Burgoyne
747 Bradley McKinstry
854 Robbie Dawson
901 Ian Thompson Jnr

Superstar Grade
16 Craig Wallace
127 Matt Stoneman (Provisional)
560 Luke Wrench
647 Chris Burgoyne

National Points Champion
7 Gordon Moodie

Saloon Stock Cars
The Saloon Stock Cars will contest their 2018 National Championship at the Racewall, for the first time since 2012. Since the inaugural running at Wisbech in 1977, the National Championship has been run 38 times at 10 different venues and won by 26 different drivers. There have been only 4 Scottish winners of the event – can the Scots change that statistic this weekend? The full list of honours can be seen here: http://www.saloonstockcars.com/honours/national-championship.ashx


The Scottish entry is likely to be headed up by 2009 champion 219 Luke Grief. Grief, at time of writing, is the current track championship leader at the Racewall, and has not featured outside of the top two at any Racewall meeting so far this year. 670 Ross Watters has proven that he can challenge for top honours in major championships, and he is due a change in luck in majors at the Racewall having been forced to sit the 2017 World Championship out after suffering a driveshaft failure on the rolling lap. Former UK Superbowl Champions 507 Paul Honeyman & 684 Ian McLaughlin have also been on the pace so far this year, and could take the win should they get a break from the pack.


The entry from South of the Border is once again set to be of top quality with ORCi & World of Shale champion 349 Michael Allard spearheading the English attack. Allard is perhaps best known for taking second places in major championships, and did take second position in the 2017 World Championship and also the 2018 English Championship at St Day earlier on this year. 399 Cole Atkins signalled his presence on the Saloon scene when he took the Raymond Gunn Tribute race at Skegness at the UK Speedweekend in 2017, and has been a force to be reckoned with ever since. He was well placed in the results when he last visited the Racewall at the 2017 UK Superbowl.


There is once again set to be interest from Northern Ireland with brothers 711 Anthony & 811 Kieran McIvor leading their charge. Anthony has won the Irish closed and Irish Points Championships for several years on the trot now whilst Kieran took victory in the Irish Open Championship at Nutts Corner in April ahead of a very high class field. Both have shown good Racewall pace in the past and you wouldn’t put it past them to be near the front at the end of the race.
The full booking list will appear on www.saloonstockcars.com when available.

Stock Rods
The ORCi Stock Rod drivers will race for their ORCi Championship on Sunday. The race was first run at the Racewall in 1997 and has been run 19 times since at 8 different venues.

The home entry is set to be led by former ORCi and World Champion 83 Michael Bethune. Michael has proven that he can win in a big grid of Stock Rods recently, and he will go into this race as favourite having had good form at the Racewall this season so far. Former European Champion 172 Derek Conner and 363 Lee McGill have both taken race wins so far and could easily add to their tallies this weekend also whilst 197 James Gray and 216 Cameron Doak should not be discounted.

The English entry is set to be led by Autospeed superstars 92 Adam Daniels and 944 Callum Hosie. Both Daniels and Hosie have visited the Racewall this season and fared well. Barford Raceway is set to be represented by two drivers residing in Scotland but registered in the North-East – 96 Brett Constable and 338 James Halkett. Constable has raced most Racewall meetings this season and has been unfortunate to have been caught in as many race incidents as he has been so far and will be looking for a change of luck this weekend. Halkett, whilst not having raced at the Racewall thus far, has countless years of Racewall experience and that will count for him in a big grid of cars this weekend.

The Northern Irish entry will be led by World & Irish Champion 17 Stephen McCready. McCready has made two Racewall visits already this year, and despite not completing a lap at the first one, took a race win on the 28th of April. McCready has won championships at the Racewall in the past – albeit in the Prostocks – and will be also be looking to get some practice in for the defense World Championship at the Racewall in September. Also amongst the Irish entry will be 924 Andrew Morrow, and 28th April final winner 958 Shea Duff.

GMP Scotland
24 James Matson, Glenrothes
41 Stuart McKinnon, Fife
83 Mike Bethune, Fife
172 Derek Conner, Lanarkshire
197 James Gray, Falkirk
216 Cameron Doak, Lanark
351 Stuart Wedderburn, FIFE
363 Lee McGill, Fife
612 Leon Stewart, West Lothian
644 Martin Rankin, West Lothian

Autospeed
14 Ross Montgomery
45 Jordan Wainwright
92 Adam Daniels
151 Simon Vincent
944 Callum Hosie

Barford
96 Brett Constable
338 James Halkett
854 Chris Chance

Ballymena Raceway
10 Niall McFerran
23 Jason Clyde
26 Adam Sloan
44 Aaron Moody
136 Steven Gooch

Nutts Corner Raceway
17 Stephen McCready
272 Jordan McCann
925 Andrew Morrow
932 Ian Thompson Snr
958 Shea Duff

Ringwood Racewall
68 Levi Robinson
215 Danny Johnson
308 Jordan Morgan
351 Rhys Langdown
626 Richard Edmunds

Ministox
The Ministox will be contesting their ORCi Championship on Sunday, the first major championship to be held at the Racewall since 2015. This will be the fourth running of the ORCi since it was re-introduced in 2014, and there will be a new name on the trophy, with last years winner Steven Burgoyne since reaching the upper-age limit and now making a name for himself in BriSCA F2s.

The home entry will be led by current National Points leader 601 Logan Bruce. Bruce has found form in a new car at the start of the year, and has taken plenty of race wins so far this year. 607 Declan Honeyman is another driver who has been quick so far in 2018, and took two wins on the 5th of May meeting in a large grid of cars. 629 Taylor Borthwick has been unlucky so far this year having been plagued with various mechanical gremlins as well as the odd racing incident, but has proven in the past that she can be quick in a large grid of cars.

The entry from Incarace in the Midlands features three drivers who have already visited the Racewall so far this year – 210 Aaron Richards, 244 Edward Selby and 368 Charlie Santry. Santry was the most successful driver when he visited, taking two race wins. Santry is also the current British Champion, having won that title last season, and he would love to add to his haul on Sunday afternoon. Selby also placed well when he visited last weekend, whilst Richards was caught up in a crash ending his evenings racing after just a couple of corners when he visited the track back in March.

The PRI entry from Arena Essex is set to be led by 514 Abbie McGuinness. Abbie has been a frequent visitor to the Racewall so far this year, and her best result came during the last race she contested – a 2nd in the 5th of May final. 504 Danny Elbourn has also raced at the Racewall this season so far, and scored highly in the results. 584 Charlie Sime is also due to race this weekend, and will be making his Racewall debut.

Autospeed in the South-West of England will send a typically strong entry to the Racewall in the hope of securing the Orange and White checkered roof. 917 Gemma Robbins and 927 Owen Robbins have visited the Racewall already this year, with Gemma taking second in a heat before a massive roll in the final. She will be hoping to keep all four wheels on the ground this weekend, and has been in good form since, taking a race win last weekend at Taunton. Owen was not as lucky, appearing to have handling issues at the Racewall on the occasion of his visit. He debuted a new car at Taunton last weekend however, and guided it to a third last Sunday at Taunton.

GMP Scotland
601 Logan Bruce, Brechin
604 Ryan Borthwick
607 Declan Honeyman
621 Mika Millar
627 Barry Scott, Lenzie
629 Taylor Borthwick, Armadale
650 David Sinclair, Moddiesburn
688 Lauren Ford

Autospeed
619 Max Lanmaid
677 Warren Darby
917 Gemma Robbins
927 Owen Robbins
980 Charlie Lobb

Incarace
210 Aaron Richards
244 Edward Selby
368 Charlie Santry

PRI-Arena Essex
504 Danny Elbourne
514 Abbie McGuiness
584 Charlie Sime

Crimond Raceway
042 Michael Gordon
050 Ross Lawrence
074 Jamie Sangster

HRP
100 Sean Naismith
142 James Mooney
172 Michael Mitchell
178 Scott Allardyce
188 Jamie Stewart
199 Mitchell Gold

Mascars
The Mascars will make their annual visit to the Racewall. The cars are scaled down versions of the American Winston Cup Nascars, and are quite a sight when powering their way around the Racewall, often in a group trying to get a break – very exciting to watch! They will be contesting their Scottish Championship, won last season by Robin Bath.

Their Points Championship is currently being led by 32 Nick Spicer, with 11 Juli Stanford and 22 Steve Stanford in hot pursuit. All three are booked to attend and all three have been quick at the Racewall in the past – could they take the Scottish Championship this weekend? 01 Ali Topley and 18 Olly Faller have also visited the Racewall in the past and have been in good form of late – can they transform that form into Scottish Championship victory? Be at the Racewall this weekend to find out!

01 Ali Topley
08 Toni Rogers
11 Juli Stanford
12 Alex Sharp
17 Paul Hinckley
18 Olly Faller
22 Steve Stanford
32 Nick Spicer
44 James Hunwick (Day Licence)
96 Aaron Cooke

Jascars
The Jascars will also make their annual visit to the Racewall. The cars are scaled down versions of the Mascars, and are for children aged 8-16. They will be contesting their Scottish Championship, won last year by Todd Garner.

The entry will be led by current Points leader 21 Aloucious Millard, who will be making his first visit to the Racewall. 17 Freddie Mutimer, 26 James Wallis and 95 Cole Rogers, who make up more of the entry, have visited the Racewall before so could use their track experience to close the gap to Millard in the points. Booking list to follow.

17 Freddie Mutimer
21 Aloucious Millard
26 James Wallis
95 Cole Rogers

(Image from Racewall Facebook Page)



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