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Micro Bangers BWC QR1 Event Preview

Meeting Date: Saturday 25th May

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This Saturday at Lochgelly Raceway, Saturday 25th May, we see four formula take to the track as they look to put on another great display of stock car action.

The National Micro Bangers make their first appearance of the season, with a healthy prize fund, and a chance to claim a spot in the Fife Medical Group Micro banger World Cup up for grabs, there should be plenty of on track action. As well as several Scottish based drivers, we see a few English make the trip to be with us as well. Keiran Tweed has put in some amount of miles already this year and he is set to join us once more this weekend. Jamie Sangster makes the trip south to join us from his northerly base. Joss Procter, Jake Procter and Dylan Sykes all also make the trip over the border. Full contact racing with a demolition derby to round off the evening, before the points are calculated and the driver claims a seeded place in the Micro Banger World Cup. Drivers will score points for this event as follows:

- 10 points for booking in and participating at the meeting
- 5 points for turning up without booking in
- 10-1 for each of the 3 races
- 5 points for the best presented car
- 5 points for actively participating in the demolition derby
- 15 points for winning the demolition derby
- 5 points for event entertainer

The CC Rods are with us for the second week in succession. The formula put in a good display of action last weekend with some great close racing amongst the drivers. Kevin Hutchison makes a return having missed out last weekend due to a clashing family event. The 171 pilot will be looking to make up ground as swiftly as possible and will be hoping for a clean night of racing where he can rack up some good points. Baillie Glencross made her first appearance in the formula last weekend, but struggled with reliability issues. She’ll be hoping that her race team have overcame such issues this weekend as she looks to get off the mark and get some points on the board. Natalie Mason looks to have got to grips with her Fiesta having took her first race win last weekend – however, it did appear that the car struggled for grip later on in the meeting last weekend. She will be hoping for another good performance this weekend – can she make it 2 wins in 2 meetings? Ian Christie has been the most consistent driver of the season so far, steadily picking up points, wins and podium finishes throughout each event so far. The 170 pilot will be fancying his chances for some more silverware this weekend. John Gorman, Alun Gregory and Brian Allen will all be looking to get a few more points on the board with podium finishes the aim for all three.

The Stock Rods are with us for the first time in several weeks, with drivers continuing to race hard as they look to stake a claim in the championship events in the 2nd half of the season. Siobhan Martin hasn’t been as dominant this season, but she continues to lead the way in the National Points chart, showing consistency throughout the year, and putting herself in contention come each meeting final with good results in qualifying heats. Steven Adair is hoping to be with us as he continues his transition from the CC Rod class to the Stock Rods. Adair will be making the trip from the north of England to race the stock rod class here at Lochgelly Raceway. Kyle Hutchison, Raymond Brown and the likes are all chapping on the door in the pursuit of qualification, and the midfield pack of drivers are very evenly matched and it could go down to the wire on several fronts throughout the year. All drivers on track will be counting up each and every point and won’t be settling for finishing behind anyone, just incase that is the difference between qualification and not. Such a competitive field of cars always results in superb close racing from the formula, with the formula being one of the most exciting to watch here at Lochgelly. There is no predictability, and almost any of the drivers on track are capable of taking a win at any given meeting.

The youngsters in the Ninja Karts are with us for the first of 2 successive weekends. Mathew McIntyre participates in the formula for the final time having been a stalwart in the class over the last few years, rarely missing an event. Mathew will be looking to end his Ninja Kart career on a high with some good results. At the other end of the spectrum, Alix Martin is set to make her first appearance in the formula subject to completing the necessary requirements. There is visiting interest in the shape of Riley Stagg, Cahan Bradley and Harley Flegg. Louie Hendry, Tommy Melrose and Rory Wilson have been the consistent trio of drivers scoring well at each event so far this year, with Henry Hunn, Katie Lee Smart and Jayden Jeffrey all also regularly in the mix. Sophia Allan and Rayah Burns both have the speed to compete at the front end of the grid, and both will be looking for consistency and regular race finishes as they look to show some of the boys the way in the coming weeks and months. The Ninja Kart formula regularly provides some hair-raising moments with the youngsters putting in some excellent display of racing, whilst bouncing around the raceway!

The first race gets undeway at 6.00pm

The drivers sign in office will open at 2.30pm, whilst practice will get underway at 4.00pm. The sign in office will close 30minutes before the first race.


Drivers are reminded that they are responsible for leaving a tidy pit area, utilizing the bins provided, or taking rubbish away with them. Any teams found to be leaving their pit area untidy, will be fined and possibly banned from attending race meetings.

The spectator gates will open at 3.30pm, with trackside parking only available on a first come first served basis. High sided vehicles are requested to park on the upper level, and the far end of the middle level, so not to obstruct views of those behind them.


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Provisional Running Order

1 Ninja Karts Whites and Yellows
2 CC Rods Heat 1
3 Stock Rods Heat 1
4 Ninja Karts Heat 1
5 Micro Bangers Heat 1
6 CC Rods Heat 2
7 Stock Rods Heat 2
8 Ninja Karts Heat 2
9 Micro Bangers Heat 2
10 CC Rods Final
10 Stock Rods Final
11 Ninja Karts Final
12 Micro Bangers Final
13 Micro Bangers DD

CC Rods 16:00 - 16:10 & 16:30 - 16:40
Stock Rods 16:10 - 16:20 & 16:40 - 16:50
Ninja Karts 16:20 - 16:30 & 16:50 - 17:00

17:00 Ninja Karts In Tunnel
17:05 CCR & Stock Rods In Tunnel
17:15 Bangers In Tunnel

Please note, running order subject to change.

Booking Lists

Micro Bangers
9 Shane Macinally
13 Chris Watson
24 Fraser Combe
42 Jake Wilson
55 Tam Melrose
69. Scott Smith
74 Jamie Sangster
99 Lee Clarke
126 Dylan Sykes
164 Gary Mentiplay
180 Sean McConnachie
231 Grant Barker
308 Joss Procter
309 Jake Procter
323 Keiran Tweed
687 James Slater

CC Rods
11 Alun Gregory
20 Brian Allen
76 Natalie Mason
81 Baillie Glencross
170 Ian Christie
171 Kevin Hutchison
195 John Gorman
369 Graham Pow
703 Craig Mason

Stock Rods
25 Siobhan Martin
78 Stewart Aitken
84 Robbie Armit
100 Sean Naismith
123 Craig Tosh
183 Teri Linden
194 John Lee Green
248 David Crichton
261 Craig Harrison *
263 Dean McGill
267 Steven Adair
289 Kyle Hutchison
338 James Halkett
352 Koddi Wright
412 Fraser Anderson
555 Jack MacLeod
750 Raymond Brown

Ninja Karts
7 Rory Wilson
9 Jayden Lee Jeffrey
13 Alix Martin
16 Jamie Balfour
22 Riley Stagg
55 Tommy Melrose
63 Ryan Love
68 Sophia Allan
90 Katie Lee Smart
132 Blair Innes
135 Rayah Burns
147 Louie Hendry
187 Cahan Bradley
270 Harley Flegg
339 Henry Hunn
529 Mathew McIntyre
658 Christopher Lattka
666 Alfie MacLeod
722 Jayden McKie

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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