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Spedeworth Ministox Statement
Added Monday 15th December 2014
Spedeworth Motorsports would like to clarify the current situation with regards to Ministox at Spedeworth. A statement was released in October confirming that Spedeworth Motorsports would no longer be running ORCi Ministox, however, this is not 100% accurate.

It is true that Spedeworth Motorsports have taken the decision to no longer run Ministox at our English tracks, however, we will continue to run Ministox in Scotland at HRP Lochgelly Raceway (as well as at our Incarace tracks as previously stated).

Drivers registered with Spedeworth Ministox in Scotland will be issued with a Spedeworth logbook and will continue to use the numbers 100-199 as per the ORCi Ministox numbering system.

The move to Junior Micra Stock Cars at Spedeworth tracks in England has absolutely no impact at all on Spedeworth Ministox in Scotland.

A full season of Ministox racing has been scheduled by Spedeworth at HRP Lochgelly Raceway and a national points chart will be drafted and maintained for the formula with the top points scorer at the end of the year being issued with the silver roof as the national points winner. The National Points chart will see all applicable Scottish meetings at HRP Lochgelly Raceway, Cowdenbeath and Crimond (as well as ORCi Championship events) count for points while drivers are also free to race elsewhere, as and when their schedule allows.

We hope that this statement will allay the fears of some drivers and teams; as well as putting an end to persistent and damaging rumours to the contrary.



2015 Fixture News
Added Thursday 11th December 2014
As promised, Hardie Race Promotions (in Association with Spedeworth Motorsports) are delighted to announce the date of the opening fixture of 2015!

Saturday February 28th will see HRP Lochgelly Raceway open its doors for the first meeting of 2015 with a 6pm start time for a five formula spectacular.

Racing on February 28th will feature 1300 Stock Cars, Superstox, Stock Rods, 2.0 Hot Rods and Ministox. Five of HRP's best kicking the season off in fine style!!!


We are also delighted to confirm that there will be six Friday night events during 2015, continuing our successful Friday Nights Under the Lights events of the past two seasons; the Friday night dates are:

April 24th
May 15th
July 31st
Sept 4th
Sept 11th
Oct 23rd

All Friday night events will feature four great formulas and start at 7pm.

HRP in 2015......BE THERE!!!




HRP Driver Meetings
Added Thursday 11th December 2014
HRP are delighted that driver meetings for some of our formulas will take place on Sunday December 21stat the following times:

Ninja Karts 12pm
ProStocks 1pm
CC Rods 2pm
Superstox 3pm
2.0 Hot Rods 4pm
1300 Stock Cars 5pm

The venue for these meetings will be the conference room behind race control at HRP Lochgelly Raceway.

Meetings for Ministox and Bangers will be announced ASAP.



Stock Rod/Lightning Rod Drivers' Meeting
Added Monday 8th December 2014
A reminder to all Stock Rod and Lightning Rod drivers that there will be a drivers meeting for the formulas TOMORROW Tuesday December 9th at 7pm at HRP Lochgelly Raceway.



2015 Proposed Banger Fixtures
Added Saturday 29th November 2014
Hardie Race Promotions (in Association with Spedeworth Motorsports) would like to gauge driver opinion with regards to the draft 2015 Rookie Banger and National Banger Fixtures at HRP Lochgelly Raceway.

At the moment the fixtures look like this:

March 14th - Rookies
April 4th - National Micro Bangers
April 25th - Rookie Banger Open Scottish Championship
May 23rd - Rookies
June 20th - National Bangers (Under 3L FWD)
July 11th - Rookie Bangers (plus Caravan DD)
August 8th - National Micro Bangers
August 29th - Rookies
October 3rd - National Micro Banger World Cup
October 4th - National Micro Banger Open Scottish Championship
October 17th - Rookies
November 7th - SUV or Van National Bangers

Drivers are asked to contact us by telephone or email with their opinions on these proposed fixtures.



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