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British Championship on the Line

Meeting Date: Saturday 15th July

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British Championship on the Line
We recommence the second half of the season with the Junior Production’s taking centre stage as they race for their 2023 British Championship. Jack Morrow won the title in 2022 in Northern Ireland, but has since moved on from the formula meaning we will see a new champion decided this weekend! KN Transport are our event sponsors, kindly contributing the trophies for the event.

Over 30 drivers are booked to contest the British Championship, with the top drivers from Scotland and Northern Ireland all represented. The Scottish scene has been very competitive this year, with lots of different race winners and front runners. A number of the novice drivers have begun to step up, and be a forced to be reckoned with. Jase Walle and Koddi Wright will be the first names on most people’s lips when it comes to the Scottish based challengers given that the pair have been at the forefront of things when it comes to racing for silverware over the last few years. The likes of Kaitlyn Smart, Maia Thompson, Hollie Ritchie and Baillie Glencross will all lead the Scottish female charge, with each of them more than capable of taking glory. James Slater will be looking to go out the formula on a high, as he reached retirement age in just a few weeks time. The 687 pilot hasn’t had much luck of late, but will be hoping it all comes good for him this weekend! Callahan Bremner, William Plenderleith and Connor St Aubyn have all had their fair share of good races this year already, and will all be looking to stay out of trouble in an effort to put their car as high up the grid as possible. Aiden McKinnon, Liam Loggie, Aiden Duffy and Lewis Dickson likewise have all scored well enough this year to be considered front runners and title challengers. On the Ulster front, a good amount of drivers are making the trip over to be with us, and many are familiar with Lochgelly Raceway. Leyton Hughes has made the step up from Ninja Karts in recent years, and will be one of the front runners this weekend. Callum Doak impressed on his visit to us at the end of the 2022 season, and he’ll be hoping for another good weekend of racing. Lexi Crooks joined us a couple of months ago, and again, was in good form, picking up a win at that outing. A non-contact formula by name, the drivers will have to have patience when it comes to challenging for positions, as none of them will want penalized for infringements, and they’ll all be looking to score as many points as possible from their qualifying heats – a DNF or a DQ will almost certainly put them out of the equation for success in the British Championship!!

The 1300 Stock Cars have been in great form this year, with almost 50 drivers registered in the formula already this season. Former Ministox driver, Sam Cavanagh makes the step up into the 1300 Stock Cars, and is set to make his debut this weekend. Terry Curran is another driver that is set to make his first appearance in the formula. Danny Whyte has shown great speed at times this year, but has been plagued by inconsistent results. Kyle Hegg has won almost all there is to win in the formula, but has had a below average 2023 to his standards. A combination of bad luck, race damage, and engine problems has hampered his season to date – but you can never discount the National Points Champion from being up there challenging. Never afraid to put the bumper in, he’ll put on a show of excellent racing when required to do so. Alike Kyle, the reigning Scottish Champion Blair Robertson has struggled for form this year, and will be desperate to get to the bottom of the issues before he aims to defend the Scottish Championship on the 3rd September. One driver that isn’t struggling at the moment, is Fraser Clark – Fraser has had an excellent few months, totting up the points and pushing himself to the top of the track championship as a result. Darren Rae, Brant West and David Farrell have all been in the mix of the action and challenging throughout the season. Michael Stewart has arguably been the most improved driver of the season so far, taking a good haul of points away on a regular basis throughout the last couple of months.

The CC Rods are with us, and will be looking to put in another impressive showing of racing. The non-contact class has provided some great racing, with lots of door to door action being witnessed, and generally quite clean racing. There is no single driver that has stood out any more than another this year, and that is a testament to the formula, the competition is fantastic, and it makes it near on impossible to predict race results!

The 2.0 Bangers are with us, having replaced the Van Bangers. The 2.0s are a late addition to the event, and as such, booking lists will be added later in the week, as drivers try and muster cars together to be with us.

The event gets underway at 5pm, with spectator gates opening at 2.30pm.


Provisional Running Order

17:00 Junior Productions Grand Parade
Race 1 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 2 CC Rods Heat 1
Race 3 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 4 Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 5 Bangers Heat 1
Race 6 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 7 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2
Race 8 Junior Productions Heat 3
Race 9 Bangers Heat 2
Race 10 CC Rods Final
Race 11 1300 Stock Cars Final
Race 12 Junior Productions British Championship
Race 13 Bangers Final / DD

Practice Order


Junior Productions 15:00 - 15:15 & 15:35 - 15:50
CC Rods 15:15 - 15:25 & 15:50 - 16:00
1300 Stock Cars 15:25 - 15:35 & 16:00 - 16:10

Driver Briefings (in tunnel)


16:25 Junior Productions
16:30 CC Rods
16:35 1300 Stock Cars

Drivers sign in office will open at 1.30pm.


Please note, running order subject to change.

Booking Lists

CC Rods
06 Gregor Whyte
20 Brian Allen *
26 James Dickie
28 Allan Adams
63 Ryan Love
69 Graham Campbell
76 Natalie Mason
91 Kenny Pitcaithly
170 Ian Christie
171 Kevin Hutchison
176 Gary Nicholls
195 John Gorman
267 Steven Adair
337 Lee Scott
671 Brandon Gourlay
708 Scott Ewans
953 Garry Roberts

1300 Stock Cars
11 Alun Gregory
15 Samuel Douglas
16 Michael Stewart
46 Barry Jarman
61 Terry Curran
75 Michael Courts
113 Dean Sievwright *
117 David Farrell
126 Danny Whyte
153 Gordon Myers
167 Sam Cavanagh
411 Brant West
638 Darren Rae
648 Ryan Muirhead *
668 Fraser Clark
672 Jason McAlpine
715 Kyle Hegg
835 Blair Robertson
849 Stevie Bisset
999 Owen Bonner

Junior Productions
5 Connor St Aubyn
9 William Plenderleith
10 Callahan Bremner
27 Kaden Connor
35 Jase Walle
49 Connie Anderson
61 Brooke McMullan
74 Aiden Duffy
81 Baillie Glencross
90 Candice Smart
94 Jake Devlin
96 Callum Doak
156 Dale Sutherland
171 Lexi Crooks
227 Liam Loggie
232 Nicole Innes
262 Matthew Weir
307 Lewis Dickson
314 Hollie Ritchie
321 Billie-Summer Glen
352 Koddi Wright
441 Aiden McKinnon
576 Abe Adams
636 Lewis Duffy
687 James Slater
900 Kaitlyn Smart
901 Maia Thompson
922 Joshua Murray
929 Leyton Hughes
951 Harry Minish
991 Daniel Stewart

Bangers
TBC

Whilst care is taken to compile booking lists, Hardie Race Promotions cannot be held responsible for any drivers failing to fulfil bookings.

Admission Costs

Adults: £15
Concessions: £12
10-15yrs: £7
Under 10s GO FREE with paying adult

Trackside parking available subject to availability at £5 per car.
Large free onsite car park available, with overflow on the drift track if required.

Wristbands cannot be purchased from the drivers sign in office.

Parking Layout



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