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Double Scottish Preview 19th Sept

Meeting Date: Saturday 19th September

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This Saturday night at Lochgelly Raceway see’s not 1, but 2 Scottish Championships on offer in another sold out event.

The 1300 Stock Cars will see 30 cars battle it out for honour of wearing the saltire for the next 12 months – Sean Naismith has hit form at the right time as he bids to defend the title he won around 12 months ago. However, a lot will depend on the draw as there is a lot of fast cars out there, in what will be a packed field of cars. Kyle Hegg and Andrew Mathieson have both shown they are more than capable of taking a win or two, however, both are also prone to getting into battles that often deters their progress. Fraser Clark is consistently smooth, quick, and knows how to navigate his way through a field of cars – a decent draw could see him right in the mix for the silverware come the chequered flag. Euan Mathieson has struggled since his return, but has picked up with each passing meeting and could be in with a shout with a little bit of luck on his side. Jamie Stewart had a nightmare of a meeting last time out, but will be hoping to have cured his issues as he looks to return to his August form!

The Stock Rods will see a reasonable field of cars battle it out for there respected Scottish Championship. 2 reverse grid heats will determine the grid for there main event. A lot of the drivers would rather have a midfield draw for the heats as it gives them the opportunity to score a good haul of points in both of the heats, however, there is also a higher risk of damage! Siobhan Martin has looked the quickest consistently of late, however, Dean McGill, Darren McAlpine and Chris Lattka have also shown the pace to be front runners since we returned racing. You can never rule out Gary Dean neither – the current holder of the title. Gary has been consistently in the places despite starting from the back of the grid over the last year. Stuart Hamilton has only recently returned to racing, but has picked up a few wins along the way and will be looking to challenge for the title. A highly competitive field of cars – Brett Sneddon, David Crichton Stewart Paterson, and if Gary Nicholls fill his car up, all may be in with a chance of silverware as well. Ian Low and Paul Wilson have both shown at times to have the speed to compete – they’ll both be looking for a clean race and a bit of luck on the day, and who knows!!

The Classic Hot Rods are in action in Scotland for what is sadly the first time in 2020 after a bit of a write off year for the formula. Gavin Taber and Daniel Buckley join the Scottish contingent of cars on track. Martin Balfour, Kenny Purdie and Jock Campbell will be looking to keep the wins to home based drivers though. Graeme Callendar makes a return to action in a car that he has only recently finished! The classic hot rods always produce a unique style of racing, and a joy to watch at any track.

The ProStocks are with us, though seem to be slightly down on numbers at the time of writing – it is hoped that this will pick up before the event. British Champion Darren Rae will be looking to build on his improved performance last time out, whilst Tam Melrose looks to be the driver to beat in the formula. A rare but welcome outing for the experienced John Mason at Lochgelly Raceway will see the 760 machine take to the track for the first time this season. Lee Kopacz will be hoping to have cured his misfire that dogged him last weekend.

The Junior Productions have an excellent 20 cars booked in to race, including 3 from Northern Ireland. Jack Morrow, Chelsey Rainey and Mathew Weir head over the Irish Sea to join us. The home based drivers have been encouraged by ever increasing driver numbers, and this weekend we see David Dignan joining us on track for the first time. Lewis Dickson and Declan Dixon continue to build there on track confidence alongside Callahan Bremner. Jensen Bell, John Bremner and Jack Beresford have all been in the mix for the trophy spaces in recent times, and this trio will be looking to take the fight to Harvey Sneddon and Jas Walle.

First race, 5.30pm!

Provisional Running Order

Drivers gates open at 230pm
Pre Meeting Practice 330-430pm
Gates open for spectators 330pm.

Race 1 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 2 Classic Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 3 Stock Rods Heat 1
Race 4 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 5 1300 Stock Cars Scottish
Race 6 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 7 Classic Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 8 Stock Rods Heat 2
Race 9 ProStocks Heat 2
Race 10 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2
Race 11 Junior Productions Heat 3
Race 12 Classic Hot Rods Final
Race 13 Stock Rods Scottish
Race 14 ProStocks Final
Race 15 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2

Please note, running order subject to change.

Double Scottish Preview 19th Sept

Booking Lists

Stock Rods
25 Siobhan Martin
27 Gary Dean
31 Ian Low
46 Stewart Paterson
48 Stuart Hamilton
91 Jim Pitcaithly
176 Gary Nicholls
232 Brett Sneddon
248 David Crichton
263 Dean McGill
473 Paul Wilson
557 Jock McEwan
658 Chris Lattka
671 Ross Graham
703 Craig Mason
721 Darren McAlpine

Classic Hot Rods
2 Martin Balfour
12 Trevor Harris
17 Kenny Purdie
26 John Campbell
119 Daniel Buckley
555 Gavin Taber
871 Graeme Callendar

1300 Stock Cars
6 Gregor Whyte
9 Dale Robertson
10 Patrick Calderwood
46 Barry Jarman
75 Mike Courts
78 Stewart Aitken
88 William Stawiarski
100 Sean Naismith
111 Regan Watson
124 Andrew Mathieson
125 Euan Mathieson
126 Danny Whyte
188 Jamie Stewart
227 Martin Loggie
255 Graham Osbourne
325 Dougie Anderson
357 Craig Warner
374 Reiss Wilson
411 Brant West
505 Andrew Wightman
611 Jamie Muirhead
659 Craig Jones
668 Fraser Clark
688 Douglas Ford
700 Rory Naismith
710 Martin McCafferty
715 Kyle Hegg
833 Scott Lindsell
834 Declan Lindsell
969 John Whyte

38 Stuart Hall
55 Tam Melrose
133 Lee Kopacz
182 Ross Stewart
542 Richard Cairns
638 Darren Rae
710 Robert Welsh
760 John Mason

Junior Productions
5 Jack Beresford
8 Samantha Rogerson
10 Callahan Bremner
17 Dylan Smart
35 Jase Walle
50 Leona Anderson
52 Chelsey Rainey
88 Kyle Rogerson
94 Katie Armit
113 Chloe Baird
125 David Dignan
232 Harvey Sneddon
262 Matthew Weir
307 Lewis Dickson
555 Jack MacLeod
605 John Bremner
673 Declan Dixon
687 James Slater
871 Jensen Bell
924 Jack Morrow

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

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