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World and Scottish Double Header

Meeting Date: Saturday 20th May

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World and Scottish Double Header World and Scottish Double Header
It’s the first World Championship of the season, and it takes place this Saturday at Lochgelly Raceway. The youngsters in the Ninja Karts will contest their Service Central Championship of the World. With the reigning World Champion having moved on from the formula, there will be a new driver wearing the gold roof for the year ahead!

A star studded field of karts, with all corners of the UK represented, it promises to be an exciting and nerve-racking affair. A last chance race on the night will see a further 2 drivers take their place at the rear of the World Championship grid. The 2023 season to date has seen no shortage of English based drivers make the trip north to be with us at Lochgelly Raceway, as they all look for track experience ahead of this event. Each seeded driver will contest in two out of three qualifying heats, with the results from those used to determine the 2023 Service Central World Championship grid. There have been a lot of race winners at Lochgelly this year, with very little between many of the drivers – Add in the influx of Northern Irish, and IoM drivers, and we have an event that literally can go to any one of the drivers taking to the track! Stuart Shevill Jnr would love nothing more than to add the World Championship to his National Points title, but will have a lot of competition – domestically, Tommy Melrose and Katie Lee Smart look to be amongst Scotland’s best hopes for glory aside Shevill. Charlie Weston will lead the English charge having acquired a lot of great results in the last few weeks. Clark Ferris is always there or thereabouts when it comes to championships, and will also fancy his chances for success this weekend. Northern Irelands Riley Dawson-Stirling has claimed the Silver roof in Northern Ireland, and will also be looking to add Gold after this weekend. Jack Morrison and Keegan Turtle have both also shown great form in Northern Ireland over the last year, and will both fancy their chances. Mason Ross is with us on the grid, representing the Isle of Man – a first time attendee at Lochgelly, and he’ll be looking to enjoy the experience of the event. The last chance race will see a few of the formula’s top names enter it, having missed out on qualification through seeded entries. The youngsters take centre stage for this event, and it promises to be special!! Good luck to each and every driver taking to the track this weekend.

The ProStocks also contest their Scottish Championship – won in 2022 by Ryan Martin. With only three meetings for the formula so far in 2023, there hasn’t been a lot of time for drivers to adapt / tweak their cars ahead of the event, so it may be a case of getting lucky on the night setup wise. The event will see two reverse grids used to determine the grid for the Scottish Championship race itself. Heat 1 will start in National Points order, with any tied drivers tossing a coin for the shared position. Heat 2, will be the reverse of the heat 1 grid, with any drivers that haven’t raced so far in 2023, starting from the back of the grid in all races. Despite some having a diminishing outlook on the ProStock formula, we are pleased with what we have seen on track over the last year, with grids regularly in the mid teens – with this weekend set to be close to 20 cars. Drivers will be required to book in, so that the grids can be done in advance of the weekend. Any driver not booked in by 12pm on Friday, will forfeit position and will be required to start at the rear of the grid. The nudge and spin formula has seen some great races in the past, and we hope that the Scottish Championship is another great night for the formula.

The 2.0 Hot Rods are in action for the final time ahead of their Fife Medical Group European Championship on the 3rd and 4th June, and it will be the last opportunity for drivers to get points on the board as they look to qualify for the upcoming major championships elsewhere, with the national points re-setting after this weekend’s event. 2023 has seen some great close racing already from the 2.0 Hot Rod formula, and we expect much the same this Saturday night.

The Superstox are the final formula in attendance this weekend, and it looks set to be another great meeting. The formula have been flourishing this season, with driver numbers steadily increasing with each passing event. A couple of visiting drivers in the shape of Declan Salmon and Bradley Brooker will add to the already great line up of cars, as we expect to see around 20 cars take to the track. Last time out, the battle for the points championship exploded into life, with Dean Johnston and Aaron Riddell coming to blows. Ciaran Adams missed out last time, but has started the 2023 year in fine form, and will again be looking to score a good haul of points. Adam Low, Kenny McKenzie and Mark Brady have all been amongst the front runners this year and will again be looking for race wins. Jack Turbitt has been the stand out driver so far this year, propelling himself up the points charts and proving he is one to be reckoned with.

The action gets underway at 5.15pm – be sure to join us then. Spectator gates open at 2.30pm.

Driver sign in will open at 1.30pm.
Seeded Ninja Kart drivers will draw their number upon signing in. This will then be input into the computer to determine where they start in each of the three qualifying heats (2 per driver). The last chance race will start in graded order – this will be pre-drawn randomly and displayed at the drivers sign in office based on the latest grades of those drivers booked to race. All Ninja Kart drivers must be signed in by 4pm.

The ProStock Scottish Championship race will be determined based upon the results of the two reverse grid qualifying heats. The qualifying heats will be gridded as per the latest National Points chart. The grids will be published on the drivers sign in office window. Drivers that have not raced this year will be required to start from the back in all races.

Provisional Running Order

Driver sign in opens 1.30pm

Race 1 Ninja Karts Last Chance
Race 2 Superstox Heat 1
Race 3 Ninja Karts Heat 1
Race 4 ProStocks Heat 1 (Nat Pts Order)
Race 5 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 6 Ninja Karts Heat 2
Race 7 Superstox Heat 2
Race 8 ProStocks Heat 2 (Reverse H1)
Race 9 Ninja Karts Heat 3
Race 10 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 11 Superstox Final
Race 12 Ninja Karts World Championship
Race 13 Ninja Karts B Race (Subject to time - non world qualifiers only)
Race 14 ProStocks Scottish Championship
Race 15 2.0 Hot Rods Final

Practice - Drivers responsibility to be ready for their session. There will be no added sessions. If tunnel is empty, we will move onto the next formula.
Ninja Karts (Max 10 karts per run) 14:30 - 14:45 & 15:15 - 15:30
Superstox 14:45 - 14:55 & 15:30 - 15:40
2.0 Hot Rods 14:55 - 15:05 & 15:40 - 15:50
ProStocks 15:05 - 15:15 & 15:50 - 16:00

Drivers Briefings - In Tunnel
16:15 Ninja Karts
16:30 ProStocks
16:40 Superstox
16:45 2.0 Hot Rods

Please note, running order subject to change.

Booking Lists

Service Central Ninja Karts
3 Jenson Jackson
9 Jayden Lee Jeffrey
13 Tyler Ward
20 Abigail Chalmers
23 Mason Carberry
33 Saxon Thompson
55 Tommy Melrose
66 Clark Ferris
75 Jack Murphy
90 Katie Lee Smart
99 Jayden Roff
127 Aiden Bell
135 Rayah Burns
147 Louie Hendry
152 Max Taylor
155 Harrison Pepper
171 Mason Ross
196 Jaxon York
234 Tommy Pearce
236 Kai Webber
313 Charlie Weston
333 Alan Beattie
482 Thomas Cooper
542 Layton Cairns
618 Stuart Shevill
691 Joby Hall
703 Cameron Mason
928 Tommy Johnston
932 Jack Morrison
974 Riley Dawson-Stirling
979 Keegan Turtle
982 Charlie Johnston

Last Chance
16 Jamie Ford Balfour
54 Daisy Teare
68 Sophia Allan
77 Quinnleigh Felton
103 Arthur Ware
126 Bobby Whyte
132 Blair Innes
154 Jake Barnett
175 George Swann
176 Jack Jones
191 Riley Whipps
339 Henry Hunn
441 Charlie Major
483 George Cooper
529 Mathew McIntyre
555 Riley Close

28 Mirran Adams
34 Campbell Scott
54 David Lumsden
99 Colin Din
119 Aaron Riddell
128 Ciaran Adams
169 Scott Devine
171 Mark Brady
217 Jack Turbitt
219 Paul Mackie
426 Michael Taylor
446 Dean Johnston
453 Kenny McKenzie
469 Bradley Brooker
506 John Downs*
566 Declan Salmon
611 Adam Low
703 Craig Mason
824 Dom Currie
843 George Cuzen

2.0 Hot Rods
7 Kerr Paterson
13 Scott Pratt
21 Ethan Doull
23 James Morris
35 Mitch Soutar
67 Frankie Cunningham
77 Sam Owen
82 Keith Brown
107 Marc Honeyman
123 Shuggy Brown
144 Cameron Willacy
147 Gerry Hendry
178 Mark Dews
196 Allan Gibson
610 Ryan Mackie
703 Craig Mason
755 Ryan Dunbar

14 James Paton
16 John Paton
23 Kev Bell
31 Ryan Martin
37 Callum McIvor
76 Chris Mack
127 Mark Boyle
162 Graeme Fleming
170 Ian Christie
213 Gavin Ritchie
214 Becki Ritchie
231 Grant Barker
304 Robert Conway
640 Jordan Dignan
701 Robert Conway
760 John Mason
805 Scott Gardner

Rear of Grid
145 Dougie Kidd
271 Jamie George
672 Jason McAlpine

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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