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Can Clark Defends The 1300 Scottish

Meeting Date: Saturday 14th August

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Can Clark Defends The 1300 Scottish Can Clark Defends The 1300 Scottish
The first of a run of Scottish Championship’s take place this Saturday night at Lochgelly Raceway, as one of the formula’s of the season, the 1300 Stock Cars take centre stage as they battle it out in the quest to become the 2021 Scottish Champion! Fraser Clark won the title in 2020 and will be doing his utmost to defend it! The 1300 Stock Cars will be supported by the 2.0 Hot Rods, CC Rods, ProStocks and the ever entertaining Ministox.

The 1300 Stock Cars are expected to have in excess of 30 cars take to the track as they look to take the prized Scottish Championship away from Fraser Clark. Fraser Clark himself has had yet another consistent year and currently leads the way in the National Points Chart – set to come to an end in just a few weeks time with the World Championship also on the horizon! A bit of fine tweaking on the 668 car over the last few weeks should ensure that the 668 pilot is right up there in contention yet again! Callum Barclay, who has only returned to racing in 2021 having sat out for a few years, is right on the pace, and has shown that he is more than capable of battling through a pack of cars to take a win or 2. Barclay isn’t shy to get stuck in with the bumper as well, and will use it to good effect should he be required to do so on Saturday night! Kyle Hegg has moved on from the Adam project, and switched to a more conventional Corsa setup – and has been rewarded for that bold move! The 715 car has been one of, if not the quickest cars in recent events, and was unfortunate in the National Championship just last weekend in Northern Ireland, having taking 2 heat wins in the qualifying races! Sean Naismith has previously won the title, and will be looking to hit form at the right time come Saturday night as he looks to regain the title he lost in 2020. Andrew and Euan Mathieson both have the speed to take the glory, and neither are shy with the bumper – sometimes to their own detriment however as well! Danny Whyte has shown and upturn in form of late – narrowly missing out on a final win last time out, after being pipped to the post by Callum Barclay. With a random draw for the main event on Saturday – it could literally be anyone’s race, and won you certainly do not want to miss!!!

The 2.0 Hot Rods are back with us for the first of 2 meetings in succession – Gary Black makes a welcome return to action having missed out on over a years worth of racing after suffering a lot of damage the last time he was out on track. World Champion James Morris will join us on the grid, as will Superstox National Points Champion Bryan Forrest. Classic Hot Rod driver Keith Chesher will again take to the track in the 2.0 class, whilst Jock Campbell, Kevin Stewart and Jason Secker all look to put up a challenge in the 2nd half of the season in the quest to become the 2021 Track Champion.

The ProStocks return following their exploits at the World Cup last weekend – which was won by HRP’s Ian Christie. Christie will be showing off the Gold Roof for the next 12 months or so and will be hoping to carry on that form this weekend as he aims to take away another couple of race wins on Saturday night. The ProStocks have been in good form in 2021 at HRP, and this weekend looks set to be another decent evening with around 15 cars expected to be in attendance. Becki Ritchie will make her debut in the class, whilst Tiffany Mills will also make her debut, out in the Darren Rae car. Grady Ross returned to action last weekend with a new car, and will show it off at HRP for the first time on Saturday night. Jason McAlpine has become a regular attendee in the ProSTock class – and has previously shown he has the pace to compete with most drivers on track, but quite often scored a few DNF’s given his all or nothing style on track – certainly entertaining and always one to watch if your looking for some on track action!

The CC Rods have another strong line up of cars – just under 20 cars will take to the track. The non-contact formula have provided some excellent, competitive racing over the last few years, with Brandon Gourlay stepping up and being the ‘one to beat’. Dylan O’Donnell won two out of three races last time out, on his first outing in the formula, but will be starting a little further back this weekend as he looks to take away another couple of trophies. Graham Campbell was one of the quickest cars on track last time out, can he make the most of his yellow grade starting slot. Kevin Hutchison and Kyle Hutchison will both have their work cut out as they battle it through from the red grade in each of the heats. Despite the ‘non-contact’ nature of the formula, the formula is generally entertaining, with a few hair raising moments thrown in for good measure – a formula that has become well worth watching at HRP – although the drivers will be warned beforehand about contact in the class!!

Ministox, are the fifth and final formula in action this Saturday night. The youngsters have been one of the success stories of recent years – with numbers strong consistently, they calibre of driver and racing they provide is nothing short of excellent. Jay Paterson and Jay Carruthers are two of the on-form drivers, both drivers picking up a number of great results in the last 5/6 meetings. Lewis Burgoyne seems to have upped his game lately too – becoming one of the quickest drivers on track since the Scottish Championship event, where he was unfortunate not to pick up some better results over that weekend. Burgoyne will be looking to continue his recent run of pace this weekend, and aim to pick up a few results that he arguably deserves. Rian Mitchell has been a different driver since making a return following a short lay off due to damage – picking up the Keir Millar Memorial for his efforts, as well as a handful of other podium finishes since. Can Rian continue that form here at Lochgelly Raceway this weekend, or will the likes of Scott Allardyce, Charlie Hardie and Jake Wilson reel him in. Kieran Wood looks set to make his first appearance at Lochgelly Raceway as he makes the trip south from his northern base.

First race 5.30pm! Join us then for an action packed evening of racing!!


Provisional Running Order

Race 1 Ministox Heat 1
Race 2 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 3 CC Rods Heat 1
Race 4 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 5 1300 Stock Cars Scottish Championship
Race 6 Ministox Heat 2
Race 7 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 8 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 9 ProStocks Heat 2
Race 10 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 11 Ministox Final
Race 12 2.0 Hot Rods Final
Race 13 CC Rods Final
Race 14 ProStocks Final
Race 15 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2

Further Information
1300 - Drivers Sign In Opens (Correct Change Only Please)
1500 - Spectator Gates Open
1500 - 1530 CC Rods, ProStocks, Ministox & 2.0 Hot Rod Practice
1530 - 1615 1300 Stock Car Practice
1700 - Drivers Sign In CLOSED

Driver Briefings
1630 - 1300 Stock Cars Grid Draw - Briefing (On track if dry, in tunnel if wet) - no attendance or communication will result in back of grid
1645 - CC Rods / 2.0 Hot Rods Drivers Briefing

Driver Info
Stay in car at all times unless instructed otherwise.
Race winners should drive beyond the pit gate and park on the infield area against the infield barrier at the first rumble strip, where they will be safe to exit the car.
No overtaking the pace car
No driving through the middle area.


Please note, running order subject to change.

Booking Lists

Ministox
3 Maddison Gilmour
7 Charlie Hardie
28 Mirran Adams
50 Ethan Gemmell
68 Charlie Burgoyne
81 Kieran Wood
88 Kyle Rogerson
142 Jake Wilson
165 Jamie Dawson
167 Sam Cavanagh
172 Rian Mitchell
178 Scott Allardyce
352 Koddi Wright
612 Jay Paterson
627 Andrew Scott
628 Ross McLaughlin
644 Owen Marshall
647 Lewis Burgoyne
699 Jay Carruthers
818 Kara Russell
858 Rhys Anderson

1300 Stock Cars
6 Gregor Whyte
9 Dale Robertson
17 Stuart Farrell
18 Patrick Calderwood
22 Steven Gold
36 Charlie Henry
37 Callum McIvor
46 Barry Jarman
63 David Kempton
67 Craig Haxton
75 Michael Courts
88 William Stawiarski
99 Callum Barclay
100 Sean Naismith
111 Regan Watson
114 Darren Suddaby
124 Andrew Mathieson
125 Euan Mathieson
126 Danny Whyte
188 Jamie Stewart
199 Mitchell Gold
255 Graham Osborne
314 James Ellis
357 Craig Warner
410 Callum Sturrock
411 Brant West
659 Craig Jones
668 Fraser Clark
700 Rory Naismith
710 Martin McCaffery
715 Kyle Hegg
833 Scott Lindsell
834 Declan Lindsell
835 Blair Robertson
968 Callum Little

2.0 Hot Rods
16 Gary Black
26 Jock Campbell
107 Marc Honeyman
144 Cameron Willacy
147 Gerry Hendry
178 Mark Dews
217 Andrew Denholm
309 Bryan Forrest
529 Jason Secker
610 Ryan Mackie
662 Keith Chesher
668 Kevin Stewart
923 James Morris

CC Rods
17 Ryan Smart
69 Graham Campbell
71 Emma Kirk
76 Natalie Mason
91 Kenny Pitcaithly
98 Callum Elliot
133 Dylan O'Donnell
138 Chris Hutchison
171 Kevin Hutchison
176 Gary Nicholls
289 Kyle Hutchison
337 Lee Scott
473 Paul Wilson
505 Andrew Wightman
506 John Downs
671 Brandon Gourlay
703 Craig Mason
750 Raymond Brown *

ProStocks
55 Tam Melrose
79 Sean Devine
122 John Jackson
134 Josh Heeps
162 Graeme Fleming
170 Ian Christie
182 Ross Stewart
214 Becki Ritchie
304 Robert Conway
579 Graham Watt
639 Tiffany Mills
672 Jason McAlpine
694 Grady Ross
710 Boab Welsh
761 Jake Mason


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: £12
Concessions: £10
12-15yrs: £7
Under 12s GO FREE

Trackside Parking available subject to availability at £5 per car.

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