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5th March Results

5th March Results

Race Results: Saturday 5th March
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National Hot Rods
Heat 1: 330, 36, 94, 142, 34, 523, 320, 555
Heat 2: 36, 756, 330, 523, 142, 34, 320, 94, 555
Final: 330, 36, 142, 756, 523, 34, 320

Stock Rods
Heat 1: 10, 721, 27, 188, 54, 248, 46, 25, 29
Heat 2: 188, 10, 27, 17, 721, 248, 25, 46, 29, 54
Final: 27, 721, 10, 188, 46, 25, 54, 17, 22

Heat 1: 53, 119, 28, 453, 171, 611, 13, 18, 23
Heat 2: 55, 53, 119, 611, 17, 128, 453, 18, 506
Final: 55, 611, 171, 453, 18, 13, 506, NOF

2.0 Hot Rod
Heat 1: 147, 72, 929, 743, 668, 529, (9)23, 107, 178, 82
Heat 2: 668, 743, 178, (9)23, 72, 144, 928, 107, 147, 82
Final: 743, (9)23, 72, 529, 178, 107, 144, 928, 668, 700

UKMC Ninja Karts
Whites and Yellows: 718, 542, 147, 90, 529, 691, 267, 245, 132, 15
Heat 1: 888, 145, 227, 718, 90, 136, 618, 591, 147
Heat 2: 888, 227, 126, 1, 45, 90, 591, 136, 721, 618
Heat 3: 718, 888, 227, 45, 1, 712, 618, 591, 136, 529

5th March Results
Saturday night at Lochgelly Raceway witnessed some excellent stock car action on what was a dry and hugely entertaining evening of racing!

The 2.0 Hot Rods arguably stole the show with some breathtaking racing from the formula. The star studded line up certainly put on a show as drivers all bid to get as much track time as possible ahead of the World Championship in July. A grid featuring the World Champion, British Champion, DMC Points Champion, HRP Points Champion and Scottish Champion was always going to be well contested, in addition to a return to racing for William Hardie, and a return from suspension for Kevin Stewart. Keith Brown debutised the ex Andrew Denholm car and showed off his immaculate traditional red and yellow colour scheme. Keith led the way in each of the 2 heats on the night, but found himself at a the front of a train of cars battling with all his fight to hang onto the inside line in an effort to keep the train of cars behind – though, as the door opened for 1 car, he soon found himself dropping back as he found himself stuck on the outside line on both occasions. Gerry Hendry led home William Hardie in the opening heat, before Kevin Stewart took heat 2, finishing just ahead of DMC Points Champion, Drew McKeown. The 2 heats had their scores combined which was used to determine the grid for the meeting final. Drew McKeown would find himself on pole position with Kevin Stewart on his outside, and Hardie and Morris just behind. As the green flag dropped, it was McKeown who got away first, though had Hardie and Morris on his bumper in the opening stages, before he opened up a lead to the pack behind. Morris would finish ahead of Hardie, with Secker and Dews rounding out the top 5.

The National Hot Rods competed in their first meeting of 2022 with a sharp increase in car numbers based on the numbers in 2020 and 2021. A number of new drivers made their debut including Darren Scott and Ross Alexander, whilst Steven Armit made a welcome return to racing in his brand new Fiesta Hot Rod. Armit looked to have good pace straight ‘out the box’, though found himself with a blown gearbox before the last race of the night. 2020-21 Scottish series points champion, Ross McWilliam continued to be the one to beat as he raced excellently throughout the night as he claimed yet another heat and final double, with a 3rd place awarded in the 2nd heat of the night. Rapid Roy Anderson had a strong performance as he finished in the top 2 all evening, as he cements his place in 2nd in the series standings. Marc Spence showed off a stunning car, in a striking yellow livery, and the car looked to be on it as well – with Spence picking up some excellent results, despite failing to finish the opening race. A runner up spot in heat 2, and a 4th place finish in the final is a strong start to 2022 for the 756 pilot. James Mooney continues to go from strength to strength in the Nationals, as he performed strongly in what was a challenging field of cars on Saturday night. A third place finish in the meeting final was an excellent reward James. Matt McPherson enjoyed another outing in the (ex) McWilliam car, with his best result coming in the 2nd heat of the night, as he claimed a 4th place finish.

The Superstox provided the contact racing on the night, and the formula welcomed a couple of new drivers onto the scene. Former CC Rod drivers Ryan Cameron, and former 1300 Stock Car driver, Patrick Calderwood both made their debut’s, with Calderwood fairing best. David Frame made a return to racing following a freak accident away from the racing that caused significant damage to his arm. Kenny McKenzie rejoined the ranks having sat out a chunk of 2021, though is looking to do as much meetings as possible in the 2022 campaign. Ciaran Adams was in action though had to borrow his father’s car, with Ciarans car not quite ready for the 2022 season as yet! Mark Brady debuted his stunning new car, whilst Reece Din brought out the ex 309 car. Adam Low looked to be in good form throughout the night, picking up a 2nd place in the meeting final, and putting on a show as well, as he continually put the bumper into those around him on track, with the ‘move or be moved’ mentality that makes him a driver to watch in the formula! It would be David Frame that drew first blood in 2022 though, as he took a heat win in the first race of the night for the formula after a coming together seen early pace setters Adam Low and Lee Livingston spin out of contention in the closing stages of the race. Scottish Champion Aaron Riddell found himself finishing in 2nd place, with Ciaran Adams rounding out the top 3 in heat 1. Heat 2 would see Lee Livingston look in dominant fashion, as he raced away from the field to open up a good gap, though David Frame would close him down, it wouldn’t be enough for a last lap lunge, as Frame had to settle for 2nd position, with Riddell rounding out the top 3. The meeting final seen the bumpers be put to use throughout the field, with Low, Riddell, Frame and Brady all involved in an excellent tussle over several laps, that ultimately seen Riddell and Frame retire from the race following a big hit from the 53 pilot onto the 119 car. Livingston would take his 2nd win of the night in the meeting final, with Low and Brady rounding out the top 3.

The Stock Rods seen a few cars missing from action, with several drivers not yet having their cars ready for action. A host of new drivers were welcomed into the formula though, with Paul Hughes, Alex McDonald, Jamie Doyle and Allan Hamilton making their HRP debuts. Niall McFerran would also join the HRP ranks for 2022, having moved to Scotland from Northern Ireland. McFerran took an excellent race win in the opening heat of the night, with Scottish Champion Darren McAlpine finishing 2nd, and Gary Dean in 3rd. Heat 2 would see Jamie Stewart take the flag, holding off McFerran to victory, with Dean again taking away the 3rd place trophy following the docking of 721 Darren McAlpine. The meeting final would see the grid bunched up in points order from the 2 heats. McFerran and Dean would occupy the front row as a result. Gary Dean, who was in great form towards the end of 2021, took the final victory, as he looks to continue in that form throughout 2022. McAlpine brought his car home in 2nd place, whilst McFerran completed the top 3.

The youngsters in the UKMC sponsored Ninja Karts had a fantastic entry of 30 cars, with drivers from England, Scotland and Northern Ireland all represented. There would be no joy for the English contingent though, with race wins going to Scotland and Northern Ireland on the night – Northern Ireland’s Caolan Fegan taking a double, as well as Scotland’s Eevie Ford. Eevie is showing signs of becoming a future champion, with some breathtaking racing, and it must only be a matter of time before she takes a big win. The whites and yellows race started off the evening for the youngsters and with around 15 karts on track, including 4 novice drivers, it was an opportunity for some of them to gain valuable experience on track, without having the big names chasing them down. Fegan took the win, whilst Layton Cairns and Louie Hendry completed the podium positions. There were some great showings in the main heats from some of the lower graded drivers, notably Katie Lee Smart and Lucas Whyte – with both drivers being extremely unfortunate to leave without a win under their belts. World Champion Layton Hughes was in attendance with us, and showed great pace at Lochgelly Raceway, though was unable to reign in the flying Eevie Ford in the opening heat of the night, with Dougie Kidd finishing in 3rd place. Heat 2 of the night would again see Ford victorious, though it was English Open champion Jack Connor that would be the closest challenger, as he brought his kart home in 2nd place, with Lucas Whyte finishing in 3rd position, in a race that seen a brilliant finish. From 3rd to 6th place, there were only a kart length or so between all the drivers, with Whyte and Hughes crossing the line almost side by side, and the same with Kidd and Smart – with some back markers in the mix for good measure!! The final race of the night for the ever entertaining youngsters would see Fegan and Ford take the top 2 places, with Connor and Kidd finishing 3rd and 4th respectively. A great night for the youngsters, with several debutants on the night, including Jayden-Lee Jeffrey, Blair Innes and Nate Wotherspoon, with Wotherspoon fairing the best out of the trio.

We are back in action this Saturday night for what could be a mouthwatering event – The 2litre bangers, 1300 Stock Cars, Ministox, ProStocks and Stock Rods all feature in another five formula spectacular. Racing starts at 530pm!

5th March Results
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Previous Meeting Results

08/06/24 - Saturday 8th June Results
01/06/24 - June Speed Weekend Results
25/05/24 - Race Report 25th May
18/05/24 - Plenderleith In Ministox Success
11/05/24 - McMills in Hot Rod Success
04/05/24 - Saturday 4th May Results
27/04/24 - 27th April Results
20/04/24 - Melrose Treble Delight
14/04/24 - Maxwell In Euro Triumph
06/04/24 - 1300s Entertain
30/03/24 - Philp Takes 3 In Ministox
23/03/24 - English Dominate In Ninja Season Debut
16/03/24 - Wilson at the Double
09/03/24 - Clark Takes Final Win in 1300 Stock Cars
02/03/24 - Hat Trick For Deano In Wet Conditions
24/02/24 - Jarman Wins In Memorial Event
11/11/23 - Brant Wins Memorial In Excellent Night of Racing
04/11/23 - Barron Takes Van Scottish
27/10/23 - Stewart In Form To Win Mr Gunn Event
21/10/23 - Chalmers In Autism Awareness Victory
14/10/23 - McConnachie and Hardie Take The Titles
07/10/23 - Adams and Dean Claim Scottish Titles
30/09/23 - Rae Wins the McNicoll Memorial
23/09/23 - Smith Takes Banger Wildcard
16/09/23 - Brown Retains Scottish
09/09/23 - Cunningham Claims CCR Scottish
02/09/23 - Clark Wins 1300 Scottish
26/08/23 - World Titles go to Northern Ireland
19/08/23 - Wright Retains The Saltire
12/08/23 - Shevill Claims Ninja Scottish
05/08/23 - Quinn Retains The Scottish
29/07/23 - 29th July Results
22/07/23 - Green claims the Masters
15/07/23 - Murray Takes The British
24/06/23 - Unlimiteds Pull The Crowd
16/06/23 - Friday 16th June
10/06/23 - Livingston at the Treble
03/06/23 - 1300s Shine in Euro Championship
27/05/23 - Saturday 27th May Results
20/05/23 - Carberry On Top of the World
12/05/23 - Clark at the Treble
06/05/23 - Henry at the double in chaotic 1300 stock cars
29/04/23 - 29th April
22/04/23 - McDonald In European Glory
15/04/23 - Ritchie Takes Hat Trick In Ministox
08/04/23 - Results 8th April
01/04/23 - Bell Dominates On Final Meeting
25/03/23 - Buchan Takes Hat-Trick In Classical Style
17/03/23 - Stav Dominates In Wet Conditions
11/03/23 - Alexander makes it 2 out of 2 in 2023
04/03/23 - Cunningham takes a hat-trick
25/02/23 - Murdoch Claims Walsh Memorial
30/12/22 - Wet and Wild Night
12/11/22 - Hegg Claims Freck Memorial
05/11/22 - Vans Delight In Destruction Derby
28/10/22 - Hegg Retains Gunn Trophy
22/10/22 - 22nd Oct Results
15/10/22 - Gurney Rocks The World
08/10/22 - Brown Takes Hot Rod Scottish
01/10/22 - Ina Retains ProStock World
24/09/22 - Kidd Takes Glory
17/09/22 - New Scottish Champions Crowned
10/09/22 - Forrest Retains The Masters
03/09/22 - Robertson takes epic Scottish
27/08/22 - Johnston Takes the Saltire
20/08/22 - Adams takes Gibson Memorial
12/08/22 - An Eventful Friday Evening
06/08/22 - Korben Takes 1600 Banger Scottish
30/07/22 - Rochford takes glory in World Final
23/07/22 - Wet and Wild at Lochgelly Raceway
16/07/22 - 16th July Results
24/06/22 - Friday Night Storms - Results
18/06/22 - Eventful Rods 18th June
11/06/22 - Roff and Crawford Take Glory
03/06/22 - Friday Night Thunder
28/05/22 - Bangers Entertain at Lochgelly
21/05/22 - Cup Cars Shine at Lochgelly Raceway
14/05/22 - 14th May Results
30/04/22 - 30th April Results
07/05/22 - An Action Packed Evening
23/04/22 - Results 23/4/2022
16/04/22 - Gilmour at the Double 16-04
09/04/22 - 9th April 22 - Results
02/04/22 - An Epic Weekend of Racing
26/03/22 - New Winners In Juniors
19/03/22 - Smart Hat Trick
12/03/22 - Drama in 1300 Final - 12th March
05/03/22 - 5th March Results
26/02/22 - Thomson Wins Walsh Memorial
13/11/21 - Gilmour Takes Freck Memorial
06/11/21 - Huge Crowd Wowed By Van Bangers
29/10/21 - English Run Riot In Ministox
23/10/21 - Riddell Takes The Scottish
16/10/21 - Connor Steals The Show in Ninja Karts
09/10/21 - Byram Takes The Glory In World Cup Chaos
02/10/21 - Ninja Shine On Drab Night
25/09/21 - Walle and Christie Take The Honours
10/09/21 - Rae on the double as he returns to action
04/09/21 - Pearce Retains Gold In The Race Of The Decade
28/08/21 - McAlpine Scoops Scottish
21/08/21 - Bomber Wins Memorial
14/08/21 - Hegg Dominates As He Claims Scottish Title
07/08/21 - Frame Returns To Win Memorial Event
30/07/21 - Friday Night Results
24/07/21 - Kingsnorth at the Double
17/07/21 - McWillam Scoops Hat Trick
25/06/21 - Bangers Friday Night Delight
19/06/21 - Dillon Wins Shaun Walsh Memorial
12/06/21 - Tyson takes dramatic Ninja Euro
05/06/21 - Titles Goto Northern Ireland
29/05/21 - May Ends With A Bang
22/05/21 - Murray Takes Nationals Euro
15/05/21 - Ballantine Runs Out Of Luck 15th May 2021
08/05/21 - Pitcaithly Takes Stock Rod Final
01/05/21 - Saturday 1st May Results
07/11/20 - Sangster Dominates In Van Scottish
31/10/20 - Gourlay Takes CC Scottish With Touching Tribute
24/10/20 - Clark Takes The Gunn Trophy
17/10/20 - Mackie takes Hot Rod Scottish
10/10/20 - Reynolds Takes The Gold
03/10/20 - Rapid Racing at Lochgelly
26/09/20 - McConnachie Takes The Scottish
19/09/20 - Double Scottish Results
12/09/20 - Saturday 12th September Results
05/09/20 - September Weekend Results
29/08/20 - Saturday 29th August Report
22/08/20 - Double Rollovers In Stock Car Actions
15/08/20 - Bell Takes A Double
07/08/20 - Burgoyne Takes The Final As Minis Shine
01/08/20 - Kopacz at the double
25/07/20 - Back with a Thud!
14/03/20 - Ford At The Double In 1300 Stock Cars
07/03/20 - Hat Trick of Hat Tricks - 7th March 2020
29/02/20 - 2020 Season Opener
09/11/19 - Van Bangers Delight The Crowd at Season Finale

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