Saturday 14th May
14th May Results
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Monday 16th May
Heat 1: 309, 446, 119, 925, 453, 171, 18, 933, 34, 128
Heat 2: 933, 309, 446, 925, 119, 611, 34, 128, 18, 55
Final: 446, 119, 309, 933, 34, 611, 925, 171, 453, 506 CC Rods
Heat 1: 26, 76, 69, 419, 028, 337, 171, 71, 289, 750
Heat 2: 374, 69, 26, 28, 71, 750, 171, 289, 98, 39
Final: 26, 71, 171, 28, 289, 374, 750, 76, 419, 69 National Hot Rods
Heat 1: 330, 142, 36, 71, 94, 523, 320
Heat 2: 330, 142, 36, 71, 523, 555, 320
Final: 330, 36, 71, 142, 94, 523, 320, 555 2.0 Hot Rods
Heat 1: 662, 23, 82, 107, 743, 610, 144, 700, 21, 612
Heat 2: 700, 82, 23, 610, 662, 529, 144, 107, 743, 147
Final: 23, 82, 662, 529, 147, 700, 743, 21, 107, 610 Junior Productions
Heat 1: 352, 576, 555, 441, 35, 127, 687, 10, 307, 49
Heat 2: 127, 352, 899, 555, 441, 35, 99, 576, 9, 10
Final: 127, 352, 899, 555, 35, 687, 576, 441, 307, 10
Extra: 127, 352, 576, 35, 555, 99, 10, 899, 307, 9
* Subject to video review
Saturday 14th May seen a fast paced evening of racing, with little in the way of hold-ups. A dry evening meant for some excellent rod racing throughout the night, with all formula putting on a great show of action.
The Superstox were the only ‘contact’ class racing on the night, and seen three excellent races, with three different race winners. Steven Haugh and Craig McConnell made the trip over from Northern Ireland to be with us, with Haugh picking up a race win in the second heat of the night for his efforts. Bryan Forrest and Dean Johnston picked up the other wins, with Johnston taking a hard fought final. The meeting final itself was probably eclipsed by the second heat for the Superstox which was a great spectacle, as Dean Johnston, Bryan Forrest and Aaron Riddell exchanged blows lap after lap as they chased down Steven Haugh up front. This battle allowed Craig McConnell to close up and get involved as well, though with the quartet of drivers battling it out, this would see their lap times drop away and allow Haugh to extend his lead as a result.
The National Hot Rods competed in the latest of the Scottish World Qualifying Series, and it was again Ross McWilliam that would come out on top – the current Scottish Points champion took a well deserved hat trick of victories on the night. Further back though, it wasn’t as straight forward, as James Mooney and Roy Anderson had some excellent racing throughout the evening, with very little between the drivers. At stages, Anderson would look quicker, whilst at others, Mooney would look like the one that would come out on top, as it was though, Anderson would narrowly finish ahead of the Mooney car in each of the three races. Gordon Alexander was a welcome visitor as he raced at his local track whilst no racing was in England.
The Junior Productions produced some fine racing, with an extra race given for the formula as a reward for their efforts and with time on our side. Points leader Koddi Wright took the opening race win, before seeing Lennon Grant cross the line ahead of him in each of the following three races – a hat-trick of victories that will see Lennon move up the grades ahead of the next event. Newcomer Abe Adams Jnr put in a great showing, taking away a couple of trophies for his efforts – another driver that will likely move up the grading list fairly quickly. Baillie Glencross made her debut, as she becomes the driver of the family, having seen dad David, retire from action. Baillie did well on her first meeting, finishing 3 out of the 4 races in a full grid of cars.
James Dickie was in great form in the CC Rods – in what was only his second outing in the formula having made the switch from 1300 Stock Cars. Dickie got off to the perfect start as he took a race win in the opening heat, though almost lost out following a coming together with Callum Elliot in the latter stages of the race. A docking for an early coming together in heat 2 would prevent another win for the 26 car, with Reiss Wilson inheriting the race win as a result, before Dickie got his second win of the evening in the meeting final. There was a great showing from Natalie Mason, who looks to be finding her confidence in 2022 in her new car. A runner up spot in heat 1 would see her take her best finish in the formula to date. Mirran Adams and Graham Campbell both continued their impressive run of form, whist the star graded drivers struggled to make much headway in each of the heats. Emma Kirk made her first appearance of 2022, and it looked like she had never been away, as she drove a solid race in the meeting final to take an excellent runners up spot, ahead of Kevin Hutchison.
The 2.0 Hot Rods were the final formula in attendance on Saturday, with a good field of cars. Drew McKeown joined us from Northern Ireland, whilst James Morris made the trip north from his English base to be with us again. A tight and competitive field of cars produced some brilliant races throughout the night, with Keith Chesher, Ian Donaldson and James Morris taking the wins. Chesher was out in the Kevin Stewart car, whilst Ian Donaldson took his first win of the season in the 2.0 Hot Rod. Keith Brown was perhaps unlucky to come away without a win, as he drove excellently all night – finishing in 3rd in the opening race, before being held off by Ian Donaldson in heat 2, and finishing behind James Morris in the final. Only one more meeting remains for the 2.0 Hot Rods ahead of the summer break, and it looks like Jason Secker has all but sewn up the National Points with the cut off for that being the end of June ahead of the World Final here at Lochgelly Raceway in July.
We are back in action this Saturday at Lochgelly Raceway as we welcome the American Cup Cars north of the border as they contest their Scottish Championship. The Junior American Cup Cars are also in action, alongside the 1300 Stock Cars, Stock Rods, ProStocks and Ninja Karts. The first main race will get underway at 5.30pm, though we have some pre-meeting events from just after 4pm
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Saturday 30th April
30th April Results
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Wednesday 11th May
Heat 1: 69, 125, 28, 337, 289, 138, 750, 170, 171, 98
Heat 2: 28, 374, 69, 337, 289, 170, 171, 98, 125, 419
Final: 337, 289, 171, 98, 750, 125, 69, 374, 419, 138 Ministox
Heat 1: 7, 167, 145, 42, 84, 484, 50, 14, 858, 178
Heat 2: 7, 388, 145, 42, 6, 858, 178, 167, 50, 165
Final: 7, 42, 84, 167, 165, 484, 675, 172, 50, 627 Junior Productions
Heat 1: 127, 352, 555, 10, 112, 687, 35, 49, 307, 50
Heat 2: 352, 127, 899, 9, 35, 555, 441, 687, 49, 50
Final: 352, 127, 35, 555, 10, 899, 9, 49, 50, 441 2.0 Hot Rods
Heat 1: 147, 82, 178, 529, 144, 923, 21, 929, 107, 668
Heat 2: 529, 82, 107, 178, 923, 21, 147, 144, 668, 929
Final: 147, 529, 107, 923, 144, 668, 929, 162, 21, 610 Micro Bangers
Gold Bumper Race: 638, 99
Heat 1: 638, 99, 155
Heat 2: 13
Saturday 7th May
An Action Packed Evening
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Monday 9th May
Heat 1: 84, 42, 647, 167, 145, 699, 172, 680, 165, 68
Heat 2: 7, 484, 42, 14, 647, 145, 167, 84, 172, 699
Final: 647, 42, 388, 172, 84, 165, 7, 68, 699, 6 Superstox
Heat 1: 309, 119, 446, 453, 15, 368, 55, 171, 18, 34
Heat 2: 446, 368, 453, 309, 119, 15, 99, 426, 55, 18
Final: 446, 368, 119, 453, 309, 171, 34, 15, 99, 55 1300 Stock Cars
Heat 1: 668, 835, 923, 715, 06, 411, 17, 46, 22, 710
Heat 2: 923, 715, 126, 06, 46, 710, 411, 22, 668, 112
Final: 715, 668, 923, 112, 835, 06, 17, 77, 46, 126 Stock Rods
Heat 1: 232, 25, 636, 248, 658, 54, 721, 27, 412, 117
Heat 2: 232, 721, 248, 658, 27, 25, 636, 54, 412, 117
Final: 232, 25, 658, 721, 27, 54, 412, 636, 29 Ninja Karts
Non Qualifiers 1: 75, 424, 135, 191, 529, 542, 236, 132, 68, 243
Non Qualifiers 2: 75, 236, 135, 424, 542, 529, 243, 191, 132, 68
Heat 1: 176, 45, 591, 888, 66, 136, 618, 974, 721, 152
Heat 2: 888, 618, 152, 974, 721, 55, 257, 176, 45, 591
B Final: 542, 529, 135, 191, 424, 243, 132
British Championship: 227, 721, 66, 222, 974, 55, 926, 126, 115, 103 (Subject to checks)
What a superb night of racing at Lochgelly Raceway on the 7th May. It had everything. Brilliant non-contact racing, oohs, aahhs, rollovers and more!
The Ninja Karts (Sponsored by Jason’s Fish & Chips) were the headline attraction as they contested the 2022 British Championship, with additional sponsorship also coming from KN Transport. Just under 40 karts took to the track on the night, with 28 already having qualified for the British Championship, and the others having a couple of races that would see a further 2 karts join the back of the British Championship grid. Calvin Courts dominated the 2 non-qualifier heats, which would put him on pole position for the ‘B Final’, the race that would see the top 2 drivers qualify for the main event. Courts looked to be away and clear in the B Final as well, before a kart spun in front of him, with Courts unable to avoid it, it caused some damage to his kart and resulted in the back bar being pushed into his rear tyre, slowing his pace, and dropping him down the order and out of contention. Rayah Burns was unlucky not to make the main race, finishing in 3rd position in all three races, the 2 heats and the B final as well. Layton Cairns and Mathew McIntyre would be the 2 drivers that qualified from the B final, and into the main British Championship – much to both drivers delight! The main heats for the pre-qualified drivers would see the grids determined from a grid draw pre-meeting, with the grid reversed for the second race, with the points from the 2 heats determining the grid for the British Championship. Heat 1 would see Jack Jones lead home Eevie Ford and Dougie Kidd, though a couple of penalties would see a revised top three of Jack Jones, Dougie Kidd and Murray Hall. The reversed grid for heat 2 would see Eevie Ford claim victory, in what was her final Ninja Kart meeting before moving on into Ministox. Stuart Shevill Jnr finished 2nd, and Max Taylor in third place. A 30 kart grid would then be formed for the British Championship, which seen Eevie Ford and Jack Jones line up on the front row, with Shevill and Kidd on row 2. A stop start race would see a lot of action, and several yellow flags, including a stoppage following a massive rollover from Dougie Kidd after hitting the infield kerb having looked to move up the inside of Kenzie Bell. Kidd took off and barrel-rolled a couple of times before landing on his wheels and partly driving off, whilst the other karts swerved and spun to avoid him! With several karts out of the race, the grid was re-formed in race order. Eevie Ford and Jack Connor were up front and led the way, with Eevie battling to hold off Connor behind. A spinning kart would see Eevie get caught by it, causing some damage to her rear wheel, allowing Connor to take over the lead of the race, and Ford into an unfortunate retirement. Kenzie Bell followed Connor across the line, with Clark Ferris and Ollie Gould taking third and fourth positions in what was a truly remarkable race from the youngsters.
The 1300 Stock Cars again seen 20+ cars take to the track and provided some great action throughout the night – including a massive rollover for Charlie Henry, whilst Blair Robertson also had a rollover. Hire car pilot Keith Annandale also found some air time, though found himself nearly on the infield banking having been spun on the back straight, before hitting the infield armco and going airborne. Blair Robertson, racing for the first time from red grade, didn’t look out of place, and found himself in the lead of the opening heat with several laps remaining. Fraser Clark did catch Blair in the closing stages to take the win however, though Blair held on for an excellent 2nd place finish, with Northern Irish visitor Chris Hamill finishing in 3rd position. Heat 2 of the night seen Blair go for a roll midway through the race, resulting in a yellow flag stoppage. Fraser Clark looked to be the one to beat again as he battled his way through to the front of the pack, before an issue arose in the closing stages dropping him down the order. Hamill would take the victory, with National Points champion Kyle Hegg finishing in 2nd and Danny Whyte in 3rd. The meeting final would see another great race, with Chloe Baird racing away in the early stages of the race, before being caught by the pack with only a couple of laps remaining. Hegg, Clark, Hamill, Robertson and Gregor Whyte all battled for the best part of the race, with positions traded regularly, and some big hits going being put onto each other in the closing laps. Hegg would take the win, with Clark finishing 2nd, before Hamilly crossed the line in 3rd position.
Bryan Forrest made a return to action the Superstox, and was back to winning ways as he took a race win in the opening heat of the night, whilst Dom Currie made his debut in the formula. Scottish Champion Aaron Riddell had a go at Bryan Forrest on the last corner having reeled him in the closing laps, and made contact with the 309 car, but it wasn’t enough to dislodge Bryan from the lead of the race, though did almost cost Riddell 2nd place, as Dean Johnston closed up sharply as they crossed the line. Heat 2 of the evening seen Johnston return to winning ways, as he chased down early pace setter Charlie Santry. Kenny McKenzie would round off the top 3, whilst Forrest seemed to struggle for grip in the latter part of the race. The meeting final would see a similar end result, as Dean Johnston took another race win, with Santry again finishing in 2nd place. Aaron Riddell would take third, ahead of Kenny McKenzie and Bryan Forrest. The Superstox are back with us this Saturday night.
The Stock Rods seen a few cars missing, though that didn’t hamper the night’s racing, with the formula producing three excellent races, with nothing given between the drivers, though they all produced some excellent racing with little to no damage as a result. Brett Sneddon made his season debut, and would be delighted with how it turned out – a hat-trick of race victories that will see him promoted to red grade for the next meeting. Brett held off the pack superbly in each of the races, but the performance in the final was a great watch. Right from the offset, Brett was under pressure from those behind him including World Champion Siobhan Martin. Siobhan tried the outside line for much of the race, but was unable to make it stick as Brett had enough speed and experience to hold an excellent inside line. Martin would take 2nd place in the final, with Chris Lattka, Darren McAlpine, Gary Dean and Sammy Pate all following on within a couple of car lengths.
The Ministox were the final formula in attendance, and there was yet another rollover – this time for Nicole Allardyce. Robbie Armit took the win in the opening race of the evening for the formula, disposing of Charlie Hardie on the last lap with Hardie then failing to finish. Jake Wilson and Lewis Burgoyne would complete the top three places behind Armit. The second race of the evening would see Hardie take victory, overcoming Dean Heeps in the closing laps, with Wilson again finishing in the top 3 places. The meeting final would see Hardie and Armit come to blows, with both drivers dropping down the places as a result, despite having been battling for the podium places. Lewis Burgoyne was in great form, and never looked like being caught by anyone though, and took a superb win, with Wilson finishing second, and Cole Ford taking an excellent third place finish.
We are back in action this Saturday at Lochgelly Raceway (14th May), with the National Hot Rods, 2.0 Hot Rods, CC Rods, Junior Productions and Superstox all in attendance. Join us for a 5.30pm start time.
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Saturday 23rd April
Added by AshleighHRP on Monday 25th April
Ht 1: 555,307,687,35,10,49,50,61,99,636
Ht 2: 49,35,10,900,73,9,50,99,636,576
National Hot Rods:
Saturday 16th April
Gilmour at the Double 16-04
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Monday 18th April
Heat 1: 42, 84, 7, 14, 165, 178, 388, 675, 172, 167
Heat 2: 42, 84, 178, 675, 172, 165, 7, 68, 167, 858
Final: 84, 42, 165, 7, 388, 858, 172, 484, 178, 167 CC Rods
Heat 1: 138, 750, 78, 171, 69, 289, 337, 28, 8, 76
Heat 2: 374, 78, 28, 69, 337, 750, 289, 138, 171, 125
Final: 750, 138, 171, 337, 289, 69, 98, 374, 125, 028 1300 Stock Cars
Heat 1: 06, 99, 668, 715, 835, 77, 22, 808, 67, 111
Heat 2: 622, 6, 67, 968, 668, 715, 99, 22, 916, 835
Final: 622, 6, 668, 715, 99, 67, 46, 835, 22, 710 2.0 Hot Rods
Heat 1: 107, 23, 82, 700, 75, 529, 668, 610, 144, 147
Heat 2: 107, 82, 23, 144, 529, 610, 147, 668, 75, 700
Final: 23, 529, 107, 144, 147, 668, 35, 75, 700, 82 Ninja Karts
Whites and Yellows: 257, 529, 117, 542, 55, 147, 267, 135, 99, 132
Heat 1: 257, 227, 888, 721, 618, 45, 136, 99, 222, 542
Heat 2: 721, 227, 257, 45, 888, 618, 136, 222, 117, 969
Heat 3: 227, 45, 117, 136, 721, 618, 55, 105, 529, 703
An excellent night of racing at Lochgelly Raceway seen multiple winners across all of the formula in action on Saturday night.
The Ninja Karts yet again provided a strong turnout of drivers, with just under 30 booked in to race on the day. Jenson Fish joined us north of the border, as did Jayden Roff and Ollie Gould, whilst Ryan Abernethy made the trip across the water as well. The evening started off perfectly for young Jenson Fish as he swept to a win in the whites and yellows race, before taking a win in the first main heat of the night as well, before leaving with a third place finish in his third and final race, in what was his most successful to date at Lochgelly Raceway. Mathew McIntyre out in the recently acquired Josh Duffy kart, brought his performances up a level as he finished in an excellent second position in his first race of the evening, and perhaps came away a tad unfortunate in the latter 2 races as he missed out on what would be some deserved points. Further back the grid, Jack Connor and Eevie Ford both continued their impressive starts to the 2022 campaign, whilst Kenzie Bell stepped up for the second week in succession as he looks to get back to the form that he showed in much of 2021. Jack Connor seems to be the consistent driver amongst the top 3 or 4 karts at the moment however, as he brought his kart to a trio of top 3 finishes – 1x 1st and 2x 2nd places. Eevie Ford came away with another top three finish in her opening race of the night, before a fifth place in her second heat, and a DNF in the final race of the day for the youngsters. Kenzie Bell took a race win in the second heat of the evening, with 2 other good points scoring finishes in the other heats. Dougie Kidd and Stuart Shevill both continue to score well from the red grade likewise, with Shevill showing good consistency, and Kidd managing to pick up a runners up spot in the third and final heat of Saturday night. Caelan Grant continued his recent run of points scoring meetings, as he again picked up some more points that will likely see him move back up the grades.
The 1300 Stock Cars provided some great racing throughout the evening with lots of bumper-work throughout the night as the cars jostled for position. Gregor Whyte had a fantastic evening as he swept to a heat win in the opening race, before rounding it off with 2 further runner up spots, as he just missed out on a heat and final double, finishing just a car length behind Kai Gilmour in the meeting final. Gilmour himself, was back on form, as he took a heat and final double, whilst didn’t finish in the opening race of the night. This heat and final double will see him promoted to red grade for the next meeting where the going will be a little tougher with the likes of Fraser Clark, Danny Whyte and Kyle Hegg all hot on his heels from the off. Regular English visitor, Jacob Roff was again with us at Lochgelly Raceway, though struggled a bit more than his previous outings, though did manage to pick up a 2nd place finish in the opening heat of the night, as he held off Fraser Clark and Kyle Hegg behind him. Craig Haxton was with us and went about his business un-noticed on the most part, as his cool and collective driving style seen him pick up a few good results for his efforts. Although the season is young, it appears that Fraser Clark and Kyle Hegg are going to be in a titanic scrap for the battle for the points this year, with very little between them though Clark seems to have the early season advantage.
The CC Rods, a domestic class at Lochgelly Raceway, again, provided some great racing throughout the night, with some fantastic battles throughout each of the three races. Lee Scott and Kyle Hutchison were never really far away from each other as they battled for places throughout the night. Chris Hutchison, Reiss Wilson and Raymond Brown were the race winners, with Dale Burt and Kevin Hutchison both scoring well in what was a great night of racing for the formula. Mirran Adams continues to find her feet in the class, and going by her form on Saturday, a race win may not be too far away for the Ministox graduate.
The 2.0 Hot Rods were with us for the second week in succession, in a field that included 4 England based drivers – James Morris is now a regular attendee at Lochgelly Raceway, whilst Chris Crane, Mitch Souter and Chevy Mills made the trip north – perhaps with one eye on the World Final to be held here later in the year. Kevin Stewart found himself racing from red grade this week having won two races last week, and found things a bit more difficult as he tried to battle through for every point available. World Champion James Morris was in great form on the night – taking a three top 3 finishes on the night – a 1st, a 2nd and a 3rd, with the 1st place finish coming in the meeting final as he romped away from the pack behind. Keith Brown had his best showing of 2022 as he gets to grip with his car for this season, and took away a 2nd and 3rd place finish in each of his 2 heats. Marc Honeyman looks to be getting into top gear as well, as he makes adjustments to his car as well. Honeyman who was in good form last week too, took a well deserved heat win in both of his two heats, before bringing his car home in 3rd place in the meeting final, behind World Champion Morris and Scottish Champion Jason Secker.
The Ministox were with us as the final formula in action, and as always, provided brilliant racing. HRP National Points Champion Charlie Hardie was in amongst the action and found himself spun around in 2 out of 3 races, with Sam Cavanagh and Jamie Dawson catching the youngster off guard. Robbie Armit and Jake Wilson both had an excellent night – with the pair of them occupying the top 2 spots in all three races, Wilson taking the 2 heat wins before Armit took the meeting final. There was nothing between each of the 2 drivers, as both raced each other hard throughout the night in a bid to come out on top. Demi Ritchie continues to perform well from the blue grade, although was caught up with Cole Ford in the second heat, which seen her spin around and clatter the wall causing substantial damage to the front end of her car which ruled her out for the rest of the evening. Charlie Faichney appears to be taking a liking to Lochgelly Raceway, with another strong performance, whilst Hamish Plenderleith continues to have a lack of luck despite showing a lot of promise in the formula. Elsewhere, Cole Ford is getting quicker with each passing race, and was battling at the sharp end of the field for the majority of Saturday night, managing to pick up a 5th place finish in the meeting final.
We are back in action at Lochgelly Raceway on Saturday 23rd April, as the Superstox, 1300 Stock Cars, Junior Productions, National Hot Rods and ProStocks all feature in another promising race event.
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