Sunday 21st September, Start Time: 14:00; National Saloon Stock Cars Superstox 2.0 Hot Rods ProStocks Ninja Karts Scottish Championship .
Practice This Week
Added Tuesday 16th September 2014
Stock Car practice will be available this Thursday September 18th from 5pm - 7pm.

There will be no practice this Saturday.



2.0 Hot Rod Dutch Open
Added Tuesday 16th September 2014
A message from our friends at Nno Ter Apel in Holland.

It is coming, the first Dutch Open, 2.0 litre Hotrods by NNO Ter Apel (in association with Spedeworth Motorsports).

Ter Apel (The Netherlands)- After the first half of the 2014 Dutch ovalracing season, the developments of the Open Dutch Championship 2.0 litre Hotrods are very positive. With 4 meetings in the books we have seen a range of new cars and drivers in this formula at Raceway Ter Apel. The races have been very exciting and the track (with al it’s adjustments to make clockwise racing possible) looks very suitable for this formula. At the end of this year numbers are going up and we hope to end the season with 15 Dutch and German drivers.

Next fixtures:
* Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 September
Round 6 Finals Int. Dutch Championship
+ “Emming Motors” 2.0 litre Hotrods Dutch Open Trophy 2014

We are proud to invite at this first year of running this stunning formula, the HRP, Spedeworth & Incarace drivers to the Dutch Open Championship race. The Dutch and German drivers are looking forward to race together with their experienced colleagues from the UK. Come to The Netherlands and celebrate together with us the 35th years Anniversary of Ovalracing at Ter Apel and the Dutch Open Championship Ovalracing.

The schedule of this weekend is;

Schedule ‘EMMING MOTORS’ Dutch Open 2.0 litre Hotrods 2014

Friday 26 september 19:00 ; Paddock open
Camping allowed
Saturday 27 september
08:30; Paddock open
10:30 – 12:00; Drivers registration
10:30 – 12:30; Scrutineering at the track
13:00 – 13:30; Practice 2.0 litre Hotrods
14:30 - 15.00; Official start Speedweekend 2014, 3 heats for all
Heat 1; Points for Dutch Championship, graded start, no qualification points for the Dutch Open
Heat 2; Qualifier 1 Dutch Open (Drawn grid)
Heat 3; Qualifier 2 Dutch Open (Drawn grid)
(At 19:30 sunset, so racing under the lights)
Sunday 28 september
11:30 Official start day 2, 3 heats for all
Heat 4; Qualifier 3 Dutch Open (Drawn grid)
Heat 5; Parade Lap + “Emming Motors” Dutch Open Final + Award Ceremony
Heat 6; Revanche-race (Reversed grid, winner Dutch Open at the back of the grid)
Price money and trophy’s are available for the Emming Motors Dutch Open Champions and trophies available for ranking of the whole weekend.
So reserve the weekend 27th& 28th September and join us at the first Dutch raceweekend.

Participate in the ‘Emming Motors Dutch Open 2.0 litre Hotrods’ which is officially listed on the Spedeworth & Incarace calender. Who is taking the first ‘Orange Lion’ on his roof!

Ter Apel is located in the North of Holland, near Emmen. The track combines a 465m longtrack and a 325m short track for the 2.0 litre Hotrods. The race facility provides everything you will need for a comfortable weekend in Holland.

More information about racing in Ter Apel?

Contact us at info@ovalracing-terapel.nl

BOOKINGS MUST BE MADE VIA HRP



National Bangers World Final & Rules
Added Thursday 11th September 2014
Message from Spedeworth HQ

From now on, so that it comes into effect for the World Final, there will strictly NO filling of the rear or front light lights, or windows. We are sorry if people feel that this will spoil the look of cars but drivers now seem to be “taking the mick” and we feel this is the best way to stop it. There is also no window gussets allowed although name visors are allowed.

Deane Wood

We would ask that any HRP registered Banger drivers interested in racing at the Unlimited National Banger World Final at Ipswich on October 11th contact HRP as soon as possible as places are filling up FAST!!!



Ministox/Ninja Kart Disco - A Request
Added Thursday 11th September 2014

Following a great event at Crimond Raceway this past Sunday; attention now returns to HRP Lochgelly Raceway as the countdown to the Ninja Karts Scottish Championship is well and truly on! The event takes place on Sunday September 21st and promises to be a fantastic day of action.

Another countdown has also started and that is the countdown to the Ministox and Ninja Kart Disco on Friday November 14th. Nicola and Laura Sharp have worked tirelessly behind the scenes as always to ensure that this event is a special night for the kids and we are looking for kind-hearted sponsors to come forward to make sure that this is a night that the Ninja Kart drivers will always remember.

While Ministox Disco funds are very healthy, the same cannot be said for the Ninja Kart fund and any donations to this fund will go directly towards gifts for the Ninja Kart drivers on the night - a very worthy cause.

HRP have made a contribution as well as Griefy Race Preparations, Les Waller and the Paterson family but any further contributions will be gratefully received.

Please contact Nicola or Laura Sharp directly or contact Les Waller via the HRP email address if you wish to make a contribution. The Ninja Kart kids have been sensational this year and we would like to see that their efforts are rewarded accordingly!



HRP Drivers in the Water!!!!
Added Thursday 11th September 2014
Well done to all drivers, teams and fans who travelled north to represent HRP at Crimond Raceway this past Sunday. HRP had drivers racing in the Ministox and, of course, our intrepid youngsters headed north in their Ninja Karts!

Andrew Millar, Aaron Riddell and Andrew Mathieson made the trip north with their Ministox and it was Riddell who posted the best results with third and fourth place finishes in the heats followed by a third in the feature final.

Just under twenty Ninja Karts travelled up the A90 for the second Ninja Kart meeting at the northern outpost only to be greeted by some of the worst weather conditions imaginable. Katie Armit took victory in the Whites & Yellows race before local lad Josh Bruce finally snared his first win in the formula in heat one. Declan Honeyman took victory in the other two heats from Charlie Auchterlonie. This was Charlie's last meeting in Ninja Karts and we wish him luck with the next step in his motorsports career.

We would like to thank all of the staff at Crimond Raceway for looking after our drivers so well and many of our Ninja Kart pilots are already looking forward to potentially returning in 2015.



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