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Junior Production Scottish On The Line

Meeting Date: Saturday 19th August

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It’s another Scottish Championship event this Saturday night at Lochgelly Raceway – The Junior Productions will race for their Direct Car Care sponsored Scottish Championship this season – one of the biggest meetings of the season for the formula.

The Junior Productions formula are for drivers aged 10-15 years, and the formula has provided some great racing throughout the season, with many drivers improving their game considerably as the season as wore on, and that has made this years Scottish Championship one of the most unpredictable on record. Over 20 of the HRP youngsters will take to the track in the quest for glory, with each and every one of them feeling confident about their chances. Connor St Aubyn has been a regular mid-field driver, though, on his day, he is one that has the pace to match anyone else. William Plenderleith seemed to have the bit between his teeth last time out, as he battled vigorously throughout the night, scoring some good points in the process, and will be hoping to carry that form into this weekend. Callahan Bremner is one driver that has progressed considerably throughout the season, scoring well and battling for race wins on a frequent basis. The northern youngster will be quietly confident of his chances going into this weekend. Another driver from the north of Scotland that has shown good progress throughout the season, and in particular the last few meetings is Connie Anderson. Connie has taken her car to multiple podium finishes in the last few meetings, and is up there as one of the in form drivers. Lewis Dickson brought out a new car at the start of the season, and once he got the feel for it, he has been steadily moving up the points charts, battling for podium places, and becoming more confident with each passing meeting. Hollie Ritchie nears the end of her Junior Production career before moving on into the ProStock formula, another capable female driver on the grid, she has the raw pace to challenge for the title, but often finds herself being caught up in other’s incidents. Aiden McKinnon will start the race as one of the favourites, considering his recent form – a number of race wins, fastest laps, and podium places in the last month alone. Lewis Duffy has been a driver that has grown in stature throughout the season, keeping pace with those more experienced drivers, and coming away with a number of good results for his efforts. Kaitlyn Smart has had a mixed year to date – Some great results, and a lot of maturity on track, but at times, finds herself being caught up as well. She’ll be hoping for some fortune on Saturday night, whilst looking to keep away from her sister Candice, whom she has a habbit of being caught up with!! Abe Adams, on his day, is as quick as anyone on track, but has been plagued with reliability issues this year which has resulted in a number of DNF’s, especially when he has been in good positions! Aiden Duffy is one of the novices that entered the formula at the beginning of the year, and has seen his stature increase with each passing meeting. Results have begun to go his way as well, and Aiden will be looking to secure a good finish in the Scottish Championship race. Liam Loggie hasn’t had much in the way of luck throughout the year, but has shown when his car is running as he likes it, he has the pace and confidence to compete, and will be looking for a good grid draw in the heats to put him in contention. Koddi Wright is the defending champion, and leads the National Points. Koddi will be looking to retain the title for one final time in the formula, before he retires. Rachel Kidd has recently made the switch from Ministox, and has shown good pace – however, having not competed in enough meetings, will have to start the heats from the back of the grid, and will be hoping to make up places in them to put her in with half a chance in the Scottish. Baillie Glencross always turns out a well presented car, and has at times took away a lot of good results. She’ll be hoping for a couple of clean heats to put her in contention come the main event too! Kaden Connor, Brooke McMullan, Candice Smart, Nicole Innes, Kenzie Kopacz, Callum Ritchie and Dale Sutherland will all be looking to gain invaluable experience on track, keeping out of bother and scoring as well as they can throughout the night too!

The ProStocks are with us once more, with the formula providing a number of great races this year, we are hopeful that the drivers will again turn out in force, and provide great entertainment. Ryan Martin and Gavin Ritchie have both been in good form, with each of them taking away a number of good results of late. Ritchie took a couple of race wins away with him last time out here at Lochgelly, after some great battles with the likes of Robert Conway, Callum McIvor, John Mason and Chris Mack. The nudge and spin formula has been written off by people in the past, but has shown a bit of a resurgence this year, with numbers continually improving and more drivers re-entering the formula as a result.

The 2.0 Hot Rods are back with us for the first of two successive meetings. Gerry Hendry was in great form last time out, and will be hoping to keep that trend going as he set’s his sights on the Scottish Championship in the not too distant future. Frankie Cunningham has shown he has the pace to compete as well, taking a race win already since his return to racing. He’ll be starting a little further back this week though, and will be hoping to continue to learn more about the car as he looks to become a front runner in the formula. Mark Dews hasn’t had much luck in 2023, being caught up in a number of incidents both at home and away, but that hasn’t deterred the English based driver too much, with him continually developing the car and getting quicker with each passing meeting. Dews is overdue a race win. Cameron Willacy, Allan Gibson, Ethan Doull and Kerr Paterson will all see themselves as front runners, and will all be looking to take away a win or two on Saturday night. Current Scottish Champion Keith Brown started the 2023 campaign with a number of issues, but has steadily rectified them one at a time, and looks to have found good pace in the car of late, and will be hoping to continue that development in the run up to the Scottish Championship. Chris Leslie and Shuggy Brown are both expected to be with us once more, as they continue their development in the formula. Craig Mason, Ryan Dunbar and Colin Wotherspoon may all also be in attendance.

The CC Rods have had a busy time of it of late, with a substantial number of meetings since we returned from the summer break. The drivers have continued to turn up though, and put on some great racing. The formula often provides a lot of door to door racing, with drivers not scared to give the outside line a go, with a lot of trust placed on the inside car. Ian Christie and Lee Scott look set to battle it out for the points championship, with Gary Nicholls seemingly stepping away from the formula. Alec Cunningham and Brandon Gourlay have both scored well when they have been in attendance, and finishing races – but the pair have both seen a few DNF’s go their way too. James Dickie was super quick last time out, but following a tangle with Kenny Pitcaithly, seen his night cut short. Garry Roberts will be looking to take advantage of starting nearer the front, and will be looking to take a win or two away with him. Natalie Mason will be looking to get back to herself this week, after sitting out the majority of the last meeting due to not feeling well. The only female racer currently in the formula has put in some great performances of late, scoring well, and making everyone work hard to go around her, whilst giving them room as well.

The racing gets underway at 6pm, with drivers sign in opening at 2.30pm Spectator gates will open at 3.30pm.


Provisional Running Order

Race 1 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 2 CC Rods Heat 1
Race 3 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 4 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 5 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 6 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 7 Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 8 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 9 ProStocks Heat 3
Race 10 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 11 Junior Productions Scottish Championship (Pre Race Parade Subject To Time)
Race 12 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1

Practice Order - Drivers should be in tunnel ready for their slot
Junior Productions 15:30 - 15:40 & 16:10 - 16:20
CC Rods 15:40 - 15:50 & 16:20 - 16:30
2.0 Hot Rods 15:50 - 16:00 & 16:30 - 16:40
ProStocks 16:00 - 16:10 & 16:40 - 16:50

Briefings - in tunnel
17:10 2.0 Hot Rods & CC Rods
17:15 ProStocks
17:20 Junior Productions


Please note, running order subject to change.

Junior Production Scottish On The Line

Booking Lists

Junior Productions

5 Connor St Aubyn
9 William Plenderleith
10 Callahan Bremner
27 Kaden Connor
49 Connie Anderson
61 Brooke McMullan
74 Aiden Duffy
81 Baillie Glencross
90 Candice Smart
133 Kenzie Kopacz
145 Rachel Kidd
156 Dale Sutherland
227 Liam Loggie
232 Nicole Innes
307 Lewis Dickson
313 Callum Ritchie
314 Hollie Ritchie
352 Koddi Wright
441 Aiden McKinnon
576 Abe Adams
636 Lewis Duffy
900 Kaitlyn Smart

CC Rods

06 Gregor Whyte
20 Brian Allen
26 James Dickie
63 Ryan Love
76 Natalie Mason
170 Ian Christie
171 Kevin Hutchison
195 John Gorman
207 Alec Cunningham
267 Steven Adair
337 Lee Scott
410 Rhys Easton
671 Brandon Gourlay
953 Garry Roberts

2.0 Hot Rods

7 Kerr Paterson
9 Colin Wotherspoon
21 Ethan Doull
40 Chris Leslie
67 Frankie Cunningham
82 Keith Brown
123 Shuggy Brown
144 Cameron Willacy
147 Gerry Hendry
178 Mark Dews
196 Allan Gibson
755 Ryan Dunbar

ProStocks

16 John Paton
31 Ryan Martin
37 Callum McIvor
55 Tam Melrose
76 Chris Mack
127 Mark Boyle
147 Lewis Gilchrist
213 Gavin Ritchie
214 Becki Ritchie
263 Dean McGill
271 Jamie George
304 Robert Conway
701 Robert Conway Sr
760 John 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: £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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