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Carberry On Top of the World

Carberry On Top of the World

Race Results: Saturday 20th May
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Superstox
Heat 1: 171, 611, 217, 453, 219, 34, 54, 446, 128, 28
Heat 2: 566, 217, 453, 469, 34, 54, 703, 28, 426
Final: 453, 217, 469, 566, 611, 446, 54, 703, 171, 34

2.0 Hot Rods
Heat 1: 610, 196, 147, 35, 82, 21, 107, 7, 77, 13
Heat 2: 196, 144, 178, 35*, 147, 82*, 21, 7, 10, 123
Final: 82, 144, 178, 107, 21, 7, 610, 13, 123, 703

ProStocks
Heat 1: 162, 31, 805, 37, 304, 145, 133, 760, 640, 14
Heat 2: 31, 638, 76, 760, 23, 145, 127, 304, 37, 640
Scottish Championship: 304, 127, 31, 760, 638, 640, 14, 214, NOF

Service Central Ninja Karts
Last Chance: 176, 339, 103, 77, 441, 54, 555, 68, 16, 191
Heat 1: 66, 932, 313, 618, 55, 152, 33, 155, 234, 3
Heat 2: 33, 618, 23, 55, 932, 13, 135, 979, 691, 147
Heat 3: 979, 99, 982, 152, 66, 974, 90, 313, 236, 196
Service Central World Championship: 23, 932, 974, 982, 618, 979, 236, 196, 99, 75
B Race: 154, 77, 191, 103, 555, 54, 126, 16, 132

Saturday 20th May at Lochgelly Raceway seen two titles up for grabs on the night – The main event, the Service Central Ninja Kart Championship of the World, and the ProStocks Scottish Championship. The 2.0 Hot Rods and Superstox both played an entertaining support role.

A large gathering of spectators descended upon Lochgelly Raceway to witness an entertaining night of racing, with no shortage of action, talking points, and good fast racing. The Service Central Ninja Karts were up first. The evening started off with a last chance race for the youngsters, with 15 karts taking to the track to try and claim a place at the rear of the World Championship grid. With rain coming down ahead of start time, the teams were given the option of running wet tyres given the deteriorating track conditions. Jack Jones was in dominant form, and stormed through the field to move himself to the front of the order early on, and never looked back, opening up a comfortable lead to the pack behind to secure his place in the World Final. Henry Hunn would be the next driver to cross the line and claim his place on the grid, with Arthur Ware just missing out.

The seeded qualifying drivers competed in 2 out of 3 qualifying heats to determine their starting place on the grid. Clark Ferris took command of the race and controlled a restart to perfection, holding off the pack behind to claim the opening heat, race win. Northern Ireland’s Jack Morrison took second place, with England’s Charlie Weston taking third place. Heat 2 would see a further exciting race, with more great racing from the youngsters. Tommy Johnston drove superbly to take the flag, however, the race win would go the way of Saxon Thompson following an intensely difficult decision to remove the first three across the line. Stuart Shevill and Mason Carberry would claim second and third place respectively. The final qualifying heat of the night would go the way of Northern Ireland’s Keegan Turtle. Jayden Roff drove to a superb second place finish, ahead of Northern Ireland’s Charlie Johnston. The results were in, the points were calculated, and the grid was formed for the 2023 Service Central Championship of the World. Clark Ferris and Stuart Shevill would put themselves on the front row of a 34 kart grid. The youngsters were welcomed onto the track and all giving a fantastic reception from the spectators awaiting the main event, with each taking away a memento of the occasion. The grid was formed, and a rolling start was given to the youngsters on their biggest race of the year. As the green flag dropped, it was Ferris that got away first, with Shevill dropping in behind. A couple of spun karts would see Shevill lose out on second place as he to evasive action, before a yellow flag was called for with Saxon Thompson against the wall on turn 1. As the karts got underway again, it was a short lived start, with a further caution a lap or two later, this time for Harrison Pepper, who was stranded on the back straight. Ferris continued to lead the way at this point, controlling the first couple of race cautions. The track conditions began to change though, as the rain started to fall. This opened up the race completely with those on slick tyres beginning to fall back as the race got underway again, before a further caution for Thomas Cooper, who spun and was collected by Aiden Bell. By half way stage, Northern Irelands Jack Morrison took the lead of the race, with Shevill Jnr having a puncture on the rear of his kart, hampering his handling somewhat. The Northern Irish based drivers were charging through the grid, and soon occupied the majority of the top 6 places. However, up front, Mason Carberry was reeling in Jack Morrison and soon challenging for the lead of the race. As the lap boards came out, it was Morrison that continued to lead, and hold off the challenge from Carberry behind. Two laps to go however, Carberry made his move and took the lead of the race, and despite Morrison’s best efforts to come back at him on the final lap, it would be seven year old, Mason Carberry that took the flag, and the 2023 Championship of the World. Morrison would have been disappointed with second place, however, will also be delighted at the result given it was the first time he has race at the Lochgelly Raceway. Fellow Northern Ireland driver, Riley Dawson-Stirling completed the top three. A B race was held following the World Championship event to enable those that had competed in the last chance race, to get a further race on the night. Northern Ireland’s Jake Barnett would claim victory in this race, with Quinnleigh Felton finishing second, ahead of a charging Riley Whipps.

The ProStocks, racing for their Scottish Championship, seen 20 cars take to the track, with some excellent racing as a result. Two reverse grid heats would be used to determine the grid for the Scottish Championship. The current National Points order would be used to determine heat 1, with a toss of the coin determining who would take inside or outside with any tied drivers. The ProStocks delivered a brilliant night of racing, despite a number of cars dropping liquids at times! Nobody could have guessed who would have won each of the races, with multiple challengers in each of the three races on the night. Graeme Fleming, Callum McIovor, Scott Gardner and Ryan Martin all had opportunities to take victory in the opening heat of the night, but it would be the 162 driver, Graeme Fleming that would come out on top – taking the race win ahead of reigning Scottish Champion, Ryan Martin. Heat 2 would see the grid reversed, with more great racing, and a very unpredictable result! Ryan Martin and Graeme Fleming had an epic battle, with Martin sideways for almost half a lap at one point after a sustained challenge from the Fleming car. Fleming’s race would come to a halt though, with a DNF after a coming together mid-way through the race. Darren Rae, who started at the rear of the grid having not yet raced this season, came through to take second place, behind Ryan Martin. Chris Mack, and John Mason took third and fourth places respectively. The Scottish Championship grid would see Ryan Martin qualify on pole position, with John Mason alongside him. From the green flag, it was a frantic race – lots of changes in the lead, lots of battles throughout the pack. Without it being a dirty race, there were only 8 finishers come the end of the race! Ryan Martin, Robert Conway, Callum McIvor, Mark Boyle, John Mason, Graeme Fleming were all challenging for the lead, and most led the race at one stage during it! Robert Conway would take a lead having moved ahead of McIvor and Mason midway through. A blow up for Callum McIvor would end his challenge. Martin, Mason, Kevin Bell would battle excellently for second place, with Fleming and Boyle lurking in the wings. Three to go, Kevin Bell and Ryan Martin started to challenge for second place, but a big hit from Boyle would see Boyle move into second place, with Bell then spun out courtesy of John Mason, ending his podium challenge. Conway took a commanding win in the Scottish Championship, ahead of Mark Boyle and Callum McIvor!

The Superstox started the night out with 20 cars on the booking list, however a couple of late cancellations and a couple of no shows, seen 16 cars take to the track in the opening heat. Makr Brady would claim victory on the last lap, after a last bender from Ciaran Adams on Bradley Brooker failed come off, with both drivers dropping down the order as a result, with Brady saying thank you very much as he came round to claim the race win! Adam Low and Jack Turbitt both moving up into second and third place respectively. Heat 2, the meeting would fire into life, and the race would hardy get underway with a big hit on the opening lap from Dean Johnston on Aaron Riddell. The two, that have locked horns in the past, were at it again! Substantial damage for Riddell would see him limp up the home straight dropping oil in the process, before spinning his car around on turn 1. A couple of cars slid into Riddell as he sat facing the traffic. As Johnston came back around, Riddell would put the foot down and drove straight into the oncoming Dean Johnston car, resulting in a yellow flag caution, and a number of cars depleted from the grid. Riddells night was over as a result. Englishman, Declan Salmon took victory ahead of Jack Turbitt and Kenny McKenzie. The meeting final would go the way of Kenny McKenzie, with Turbitt finishing second and Brooker third. John Downs made his season debut, albeit, a short lived one with the car playing up on the first lap of his first race. Mirran Adams continues to grow in confidence in the Superstox class, putting in her best lap times in the formula to date, and scoring her first points inthe process.

The 2.0 Hot Rods found themselves with a good turn out of cars – a couple of visiting drivers, and the return of Kerr Paterson, Allan Gibson and Frankie Cunningham. Cunninghams night was short lived however, as gearbox issues ended his night in the opening heat. Ryan Mackie continued his fine form, as he took victory in heat 1, with Gibson taking the win in heat 2. Keith Brown took victory in the meeting final having overcame Mitch Souter midway through the race. Cameron Willacy and Mark Dews completed the top three. Brown was initially docked for deemed contact, however, was re-instated upon a fellow driver coming forward.

We are back at Lochgelly Raceway this Saturday, 6pm start.

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