Friday 12th August
An Eventful Friday Evening
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Monday 15th August
1300 Stock Cars
Heat 1: 501, 95, 67, 715, 668, 638, 18, 411, 968, 6
Heat 2: 126, 411, 112, 414, 638, 77, 715, 501, 18, 46
Final 715, 67, 668, 501, 126, 6, 638, 411, 46, 18 CC Rods
Heat 1: 263, 750, 28, 337, 71, 69, 170, 63
Heat 2: 91, 263, 71, 98, 289, 69, 170, 750, 337, 28
Final: 750, 71, 170, 337, 28, 69, 289, 91, 76, 63 Ministox
Heat 1: 27, 6, 84, 167, 145, 388, 14, 480, 42, 7
Heat 2: 6, 145, 27, 7, 84, 388, 14, 167, 136, 858
Final: 145, 84, 7, 6, 14, 27, 167, 3, 136, 484
An action packed night of racing at Lochgelly Raceway seen plenty of entertainment on track for those that came along.
The 1300 Stock Cars, Ministox and CC Rods all provided he action, with all three formula having various talking points, with a few on the fine edge of the laws!!
The 1300 Stock Cars kicked off proceedings and no sooner was the green flag out, a complete restart was called for as Josh Machin found himself short of a wheel on the opening lap, which sent him hard into the wall in the process! Once the race got underway, it was Peter Marioni that found himself out in front, being chased down by the pack behind. A further stoppage would be called for as Mike Courts found himself embedded in the armco after a hefty push by Danny Whyte. The race again got underway, and it was fellow northern based driver Ally Strachan that would be the driver to overcome Marioni up front, whilst Lochgelly driver Craig Haxton took an excellent third place finish. Heat 2 of the night for the 1300 Stock Cars was a little less eventful, but nevertheless, provided some great racing, as the bumpers were put to use around the raceway, and throughout the race. Danny Whyte stormed to a convincing victory in heat 2, whilst Brant West and Chloe Baird rounded out the top three. Chloe Baird has been showing great pace of late, and will be chapping at the door for a win in the not too distant future. The meeting final seen another great race, with European Champion Kyle Hegg charging from the rear of the grid to take an excellent, yet somewhat comfortable race win. Craig Haxton looked to be having one of his best nights of the season, as he took away another podium finish, albeit by the finest of margins, this time in second place, before Fraser Clark snatched third place on the last lap of the race, with Danny Whyte and Ally Strachan just missing out.
The CC Rods were again with us in great numbers for the second week in succession. The ‘non-contact’ formula seen a lively first race of the night, a race that started with 20+ cars on track, and seen only 8 cars complete race distance! Midway through the race, Scott Ewans seemed to oversteer coming out of turn 4, to be collected by the oncoming Tam Brown and Dale Burt, with Brown and Burt retiring to the infield, and Ewans spinning as a result, ending up against the armco on the home straight. As the pack approached quickly, drivers all tried to avoid the car, though Keiron McIntyre would find himself sharply braking, and caught from behind, whilst James Robertson found his car rollover onto it’s roof in the melay! Dean McGill took an assured race win, with Raymond Brown and Mirran Adams taking the further podium places. Heat 2 would see a race with somewhat less damage than the first. Kenny Pitcaithly broke away from his yellow grade starting position and opened up a massive lead to the rest of the pack. Heat 1 winner Dean McGill was again in good form, and looked to potentially have the speed to challenge Pitcaithly in the closing stages, however, backed off somewhat in the remaining laps as he thought he was already in the lead of the race! Emma Kirk continued to show a determined character, as she fought to an excellent third place finish. The meeting final would see Raymond Brown take the flag first, having overcome Dean McGill in the closing stages of the race, taking advantage of McGill running wide on turns 1 and 2. An altercation between McGill and Brian Allen as the red flags came out, would see both drivers disqualified from the race, promoting Emma Kirk into second place, and Ian Christie into third place.
The Ministox seen 19 cars take to the track in what has been a busy period for the formula, with meetings around the country coming thick and fast. Heat 1 of the night seen the in form Robbie Scott take victory ahead of the consistently improving Hamish Plenderleith, and Robbie Armit. Heat 2 would see Plenderleith go one better, taking an excellent race win, his first from the blue grade. Charlie Hardie crossed the line in second place, though found himself docked a couple of places for jumping the original start, promoting Rachel Kidd and Robbie Scott into second and third place finishes. There was a further misdemeanor as the red flags came out, with Demi Ritchie and Jake Wilson being in close contention as the reds came out, though, Wilson didn’t take kindly to the attention of Ritchie, and taking matters into his own hands as he spun the 14 car around after they crossed the line, with Wilson then not permitted to take further action in the race meeting. The meeting final would see another excellent race from the youngsters, as the superstar drivers battled their way through the field. There would be no catching Rachel Kidd however, as she took a convincing race victory. Robbie Armit and Charlie Hardie were never far away from each other throughout the race, and despite a last lap effort from Hardie to dislodge the 84 car, it would be Armit that took second place from Hardie.
We are back in action this Saturday, with a 5.30pm start time. Please note however, that the spectator gates won’t be open until 4pm.
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Saturday 6th August
Korben Takes 1600 Banger Scottish
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Monday 8th August
Heat 1: 170, 805, 3, 760, 304
Heat 2: 170, 3, 304, 805, 760
Final 127, 170, 304, 760 CC Rods
European Championship: 252, 708, 605, 337, 750, 76, 419, 289, 11, 71
Heat 1: 252, 750, 708, 11, 170, 419, 289, 71, 605, 337
Heat 2: 252, 605, 170, 289, 750, 419, 71, 28, 39, 76 Junior Productions
Heat 1: 441, 127, 5, 352, 35, 899, 687, 9, 307, 900
Heat 2: 352, 5, 127, 314, 35, 687, 555, 900, 576, 50
Final: 5, 352, 441, 127, 687, 35, 555, 9, 900, 227 1600 Bangers
Scottish: 682, 67, 330, 760, 340, 60, 621, 246, 448, 379
AC1: 67, 760, 330, 333, 216, 53, 141, 478, 341, 448
AC2: 760, 330, 216, 499, 340, 390, 478, 141, 682, 31
The 1600 Bangers rocked into town last Saturday night as they contested the 2022 Scottish Championship. Just under 40 bangers took to the track on the night and provided some great racing, with some big crashes as well!
The Scottish Championship race was the first race of the night for the formula. From the moment the green flag dropped, the action started as the bumpers flew in from the outset. Local driver Lee Clarke would find himself in the back of another car on the exit of turn 4 following a big hit, with Clarke himself finding the Sam Duckett car joining him in the corner as Duckett took a shot at the Clarke machine. Further on in the race, more carnage would see more cars join the train of cars parked on the outside of turn 3 and 4. Jake Stewart, Chris McNeil and Mark Shaw all heading into the wall as well, and ultimately, into the back of the Sum Duckett car! A great battle for the lead would see Danny Grady and Korben Quinn battle it out for the duration of the race, with little to nothing between the two cars. A last lap attempt from Grady would not be enough to dislodge the Quinn motor though, as the youngsters took the win in the Scottish Championship race, adding to his Junior Banger crown he won here at Lochgelly previously. Heat 2 of the night seen much of the same, with various drivers having a good crash, whilst others found their way around the raceway without getting into too much bother, with Danny Grady taking a race win in the first of the 2 all comers, before Joey Reynolds took the win in the second of the two all comers. Around 6 cars participated in the end of the day Demolition Derby, with Jordan Ellwood putting in a great showing as he hit everything he possibly could, and in the end took a joint win with Dylan Ward, with both cars grinding to a halt at the end of the race.
The ProStocks were down on numbers, though the first heat of the night did provide some action with a big impact for Graeme Fleming which would see both his night, and that of Gavin Ritchie come to a halt before it had got off the mark. A hit from Robert Conway and Ryan Martin, seen Ritchie and Fleming become tangled and both cars then head for the wall, with nothing either driver could do to get out of the situation. Ian Christie would go on to take a win in both heats, whilst Mark Boyle took a win in the meeting final.
The CC Rods had a good field of cars on track, considering they were only added to the schedule a few days before the event took place. Just under 20 cars provided some great racing throughout the night, with the non-contact class showing just how good they can be. James Robertson took to the track, and from white grade, was perhaps a little under graded, as he swept to a hat-trick of race victories, which will see him elevated to blue grade this Friday night. Scott Ewans had one of his best performances since joining the formula earlier this season, and took away an excellent 2nd place finish in the opening heat of the night, as yet again, the lower graded drivers proved difficult to catch for those starting at the back of the grid. John Bremner had an outing in the formula, and had a good night, taking away a couple of top three finishes for his efforts, whilst Raymond Brown and Kyle Hutchison continue to lead the way at the top of the points charts in what looks set to be a titanic battle until the end of the season. Both drivers have shown great consistency throughout the season and deserve to be up there battling it out. Ian Christie put in a strong performance from the rear of the grid, as he looks to build up momentum before defending his Scottish Championship in the coming months.
The Junior Productions continue to go from strength the strength, with more and more drivers joining the ranks and getting up to speed as the season progresses. Maia Thompson made her home debut, whilst Candice Smart was set to make her first appearance in the class but dropped out after practice. Connor St Aubyn really looks to have found himself in the formula, having made the switch from Ministox early in 2022. It has taken Connor some time to find his feet, but is really starting to come good now, which meant him taking away a 1st, 2nd and a 3rd place trophy at the weekend, which will likely see him move up the grades at the end of the month. Aiden McKinnon, Lennon Grant, Koddi Wright and Jase Walle all look to be similarly paced at the moment, with McKinnon taking away a win in the opening race of the day, and Wright taking a win in heat 2 before Connor St Aubyn took the meeting final. Jase Walle was unfortunate on the wrong end of a couple of black cross offences on Saturday, which seen his results show as worse than they actually were following a couple of dockings. Walle crossed the line in first place in the second heat, but was deemed to have had 2 offences upheld dropping him down the order, in what was a disappointment for the Scottish Champion.
We are back in action this Friday (12th August), with the CC Rods, 1300 Stock Cars and Ministox taking to the track in what should be a quick fire exciting race meeting!
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Saturday 30th July
Rochford takes glory in World Final
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Monday 1st August
Saturday 30th July 2.0 Hot Rods
Heat 1: 743, 308, 18, 303, 162, 107, 26, 5(35), 929, 310
Heat 2: 940, 178, 215, 21 H167, 75, 82, 668, 155, 162
Heat 3: 761, 977, 23, 144, 342, 929, 331, 529, 914, 745 Superstox
European Championship: 713, 309, 119, 515, 994, 935, 354, 903, 469, 171
Heat 1: 955, 925, 886, 776, 511, 515, 907, 119, 171, 935
Heat 2: 925, 469, 886, 515, 154, 776, 935, 955, 907, 171 1300 Stock Cars
Heat 1: 36, 327, 638, 77, 668, 715, 18, 411, 46, 06
Heat 2: 715, 668, 126, 411, 638, 06, 22, 255, 77, 46
Final: 111, 327, 77, 668, 667, 715, 06, 114, 113, 411 Ministox
Sponsored by APEX Garden Sheds
Heat 1: 647, 84, 145, 42, 165, 7, 172, 27, 014, 484
Heat 2: 84, 7, 014, 172, 42, 145, 699, 165, 6, 3
ORCi Championship: 014, 42, 84, 647, 165, 68, 627, 6, 3, 145 Sunday 31st July 2.0 Hot Rods
Sponsored by Fife Medical Group
World Championship: 977, 743, 162, 23, 761, 5(35), 331, 18, 668, 107
Scottish Open: 147, 529, 171, 668, 23, 144, 743, 75, 940, 21
All Comers: 21, 154, 107, 668, 23, 940, 144, 178, 147, 167 Superstox
Scottish Open: 925, 154, 776, 955, 446, 886, 907, 935, 922, 119
Heat 1: 955, 925, 154, 886, 907, 77, 279, 446, 515, 492
Heat 2: 154, 886, 907, 171, 279, 935, 703 Ministox
Heat 1: 7, 84, 145, 647, 3, 27, 165, 627, 484, 79
Heat 2: 42, 7, 14, 84, 27, 627, 484, 68, 167, 145
Fife Championship: 7, 84, 145, 14, 647, 42, 167, 627, 3, 68 (Sponsored by Rogerson Coach Travel) Stock Rods
Heat 1: 25, 658, 54, 721, 100, 845, 27, 412, 216, 170
Heat 2: 25, 27, 658, 248, 721, 412, 54, 170, 22, 232
Final: 25, 658, 27, 647, 721, 216, 100, 248, 54, 412 Ninja Karts
Whites and Yellows: 23, 483, 147, 285, 482, 155, 196, 132, 135, 473
Heat 1: 45, 313, 66, 721, 90, 257, 147, 236, 483, 718
Heat 2: 176, 721, 313, 618, 482, 718, 45, 257, 236, 55
Heat 3: 618, 90, 66, 176, 23, 721, 257, 39, 45, 703
What a fantastic two days of racing at Lochgelly Raceway that was!
Almost 30 races across the two days and three new champion’s crowned.
On Saturday night, the Superstox took centre stage as they contested their 2022 European Championship. 34 of the UK’s finest drivers took to the track as they began the quest to become European Champion. No sooner had the green flag dropped, there was a complete restart as the bumpers went in hard in the opening laps of the race – Ciaran Adams and Dan Roots both going in hard, with Roots becoming airborne and landing on top of the Adams’ car. The grid lined up again, and again, upon the start, there were big hits in the opening laps, with Bryan Forrest finding himself pointing the wrong way, and a lap adrift to the lead car. Jordan Robinson found himself leading the way after the early race battles settled down, losing the lead to Dean Johnston momentarily, as Johnston soon pulled off into retirement with a puncture. Behind Robinson were Ian Beaumont and the hard charging Bryan Forrest. Beaumont made his move on Robinson with half a dozen laps or so remaining and moved into the lead of the race, with Bryan Forrest in close pursuit as well, it looked like we were in for a shootout in the last few laps, though the 713 drivers managed to open up enough of a gap to Bryan Forrest to prevent any last lap drama! Beaumont would take the win with an inside rear puncture, with Forrest and Riddell completing the top three in what was a brilliant race from start to finish!
Two further races on the Saturday night for the Superstox would see Northern Irish based drivers, Kyle Beattie and Craig McConnell take the wins, with some of the Scottish drivers having some battles amongst themselves throughout the evening!
The ORCi Ministox had 2 qualifying heats ahead of the APEX Garden Sheds sponsored ORCi Championship. Lewis Burgoyne and Robbie Armit took the wins in the qualifying heats, before the main race took place. The front row of the grid seen Armit and Charlie Hardie occupy the places, and the front 2 drivers broke away from the pack which looked like turning into a 2 horse race. A yellow flag midway through seen the pack bunched up again, though again, Armit and Hardie broke clear of the pack. Hardie would put a move in on the 84 car to take the lead of the race, though, it was short lived, as a snapped throttle cable seen Hardie grind to a halt on the infield, with Armit re-taking the lead of the race. Further back, a great battle was developing, with Jake Wilson, Demi Ritchie, Lewis Burgoyne and Jamie Dawson. Ritchie was a little further behind the trio, though, the leading trio would exchange blows a few times, halting the progress and allowing Demi to close the gap, alongside a couple of back markers making things interesting! Wilson made an attempt to spin the 014 car as she overtook him, though, Ritchie swerved to the infield, she rejoined the race back behind 42. Again, the pack battled and Demi found herself in the right place at the right time as she swept past them as the scattered around other cars, bringing her up into second place. Armit would go on to take the flag, but was deemed to have backed the pack up and not keeping the distance to the pace car, and was docked for his actions. This elevated Demi Ritchie into first place and as such, the ORCi Champion.
The 2.0 Hot Rods had 3 qualifying heats take place on the night, with just under 30 cars on track for each of the heats. A lot of good, close racing was witnessed as a result – all three race wins were from drivers across the water! Drew McKeown took the opening race win, Ryan McCrory the second heat, and Brendan O’Connell the third. With the points tallied up from the heats, Brendan O’Connell would find himself start on pole position for the World Championship race on the Sunday afternoon.
The 1300 Stock Cars were in action on Saturday, with 20+ cars taking to the track, providing some great racing. Charlie Henry continued her good form as she took away another race win, before getting clattered in the second heat, which was won by Kyle Hegg. The meeting final seen Regan Watson claim victory ahead of David Izatt and Robbie Little – the front three proving difficult to catch throughout the event.
The Sunday afternoon started off with the 2.0 Hot Rods taking to the track, pushed out by their teams, before a grid walk would take place. This gave many fans the opportunity to get posters signed by their hero’s, or get photos with the drivers as the drivers geared up for the biggest race of the season. Reigning World Champion James Morris found himself starting further back than he would have liked. The front row, occupied by O’Connell and Jordan Roshford. As the cars began to roll, there would be two rolling laps, with a the anticipation mounting throughout the venue. As the lights went green, O’Connell took the lead of the race with Jordan Roshford slotting in behind in second place, with Drew McKeown, Ian Riordan and Cameron Willacy in close contention behind. The front 5 drivers had a great race from flag to flag, with not a lot between the drivers. Roshford found his way past O’Connell midway through the race to take the lead of the race, with McKeown, Riordan and Willacy following suit, soon followed by James Morris. McKeown remained hot on the heels of Roshford out front, but wouldn’t be able to find a way past his fellow Ulster driver. Willacy would find himself tangling with a back marker, resulting in damage to his car and into retirement. Riordan finished the race behind McKeown in third place, with James Morris on fourth. Jordan Roshford took a fantastic victory as he was confirmed the 2022 2.0 Hot Rod Champion of the World!
The Stock Rods were in action in what would be Chris Lattka’s final meeting at Lochgelly Raceway before he retires in 2 weeks time. A lap of applause would see Chris being led out onto the track by his son, Chris Junior in his Ninja Kart. There would be no race win for Gunner on his final meeting, though put in a great effort as he tried on various occasions to mount a challenge on the outside to take a race win on his farewell meeting. Siobhan Martin would take a hat-trick of wins on the day.
The Ninja Karts seen multiple visitors join us, which meant some large grids of karts, and a largely inexperienced grid. The youngsters provided some great racing, with race wings going the way of Mason Carberry, Dougie Kidd, Jack Jones and Stuart Shevill.
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Saturday 23rd July
Wet and Wild at Lochgelly Raceway
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Monday 25th July
Heat 1: 11, 91, 78, 71, 750, 337, 26, 69, 289, 28
Heat 2: 39, 750, 11, 71, 171, 289, 28, 252, 708, 337
Final: 750, 11, 71, 170, 337, 289, 91, 98, 78, 419 Classic Hot Rods
Heat 1: 871, 72, 300, 162, 51
Heat 2: 300, 871, 72, 162, 51, 631
Final: 300, 72, 871, 162, 51, 631 National Hot Rods
Heat 1: 142, 629, 330, 71, 36, 555
Heat 2: 71, 142, 330, 36, 555, 320, 629
Final: 330, 629, 71, 36, 320, 142, 555 ProStocks
Heat 1: 638, 37, 170, 162, 805, 760, 213, 304
Heat 2: 37, 638, 304, 805, 162, 170, 760
Final: 638, 37, 805, 162, 304, 170, 213, 760 1300 Stock Cars
Heat 1: 835, 668, 638, 126, 411, 22, 314, 100, 808, 715
Heat 2: 36, 668, 314, 835, 638, 100, 411, 808, 715, 6
Final: 668, 36, 314, 808, 22, 18, 715, 126, 6, 638 Ministox
Heat 1: 84, 6, 7, 68, 629, 14, 42, 165, 627, 167
Heat 2: 68, 27, 167, 165, 7, 84, 6, 388, 14, 627
Final: 84, 7, 165, 629, 6, 68, 14, 627, 167, 27
A fantastic night of racing at Lochgelly Raceway, which definitely had a bit of everything in challenging track conditions, where we had dry spells, and wet and oily track, and back to dry again!
Both the Classic Hot Rods and National Hot Rods displayed some fine racing, with great battles going on in each of the races, whilst the CC Rods appeared to forget that they were also a rod formula..though did provide great racing, and various talking points for a variety of reasons!!
The 1300 Stock Cars, Ministox and ProStocks all provided brilliant contact racing, with hard hits, epic battles, and lap after lap position swaps!
Full report coming soon!
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Saturday 16th July
16th July Results
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Monday 18th July
Heat 1: 27, 441, 899, 35, 555, 50, 352, 576, 687, 9
Heat 2: 441, 899, 576, 127, 352, 35, 555, 307, 50, 9
Final: 352, 35, 441, 127, 5, 9, 50, 576, 687, 899 Superstox
Heat 1: 446, 119, 309, 128, 55, 453, 171, 555, 99, 34
Heat 2: 446, 453, 119, 309, 128, 171, 55, 99, 54, 34
Final: 446, 119, 309, 453, 171, 55, 128, 555, 99 2.0 Hot Rods
Heat 1: 23, 147, 26, 529, 668, 21, 107, 178, 82, 44
Heat 2: 82, 529, 147, 21, 23, 668, 178, 107, 44, 251
Final: 23, 147, 529, 26, 107, 82, 178, 668, 44, 21 B2B Vans
Heat 1: 244, 88, 155, 171, 81
Heat 2: 88, 155, 72, 171, 81, 245
Final: 88, 171, 11, 155
DD: 72 Ninja Karts
Whites and Yellows: 147, 529, 103, 2, 703, 127, 68, 20, 473
Heat 1: 45, 721, 618, 90, 257, 529, 103, 9, 55, 105
Heat 2: 45, 721, 257, 75, 176, 618, 55, 542, 147, 90
Heat 3: 45, 721, 618, 176, 75, 55, 147, 103, 542, 90
It was great to be back in action following a few weeks away.
We returned to some great weather, and some great racing as well! Each of the five formula provided entertainment and close fast racing.
The Back 2 Basics Van Bangers headlined the event with a great mix of easy to build vans taking to the track. Michelle Murdoch returned to action for the first time since 2019, and got off to a perfect start, taking a win in the opening race of the night, tearing away from the pack, with the Scrap A Car Scotland sponsored William Stawiarski taking his van home to a second place finish. Throughout the race, the bumpers went in, with Barry Jarman, Lee Clarke and Ryan Love getting stuck in and putting on a great showing. Heat 2 of the night, seen race 1 winner fail to get going as her van run into issues. Stav took full advantage of the missing 244 car, as he stormed to an emphatic race win – lapping the majority of the grid. Gav Broadbent took second place in this race, followed by Drifltand’s Stuart McLellan – making his debut in oval racing! The final seen Stawiarski take yet another race win – possibly his most ever in any one night? CC Rod pilot Kev Hutchison rodded his way to second as he avoided much of the carnage, but got stuck in as soon as the green flag dropped for the DD – although, found himself in the wall in the process! A number of vans did the DD, though, a few seemed to forget it was a DD and it took Stav to turn his van around and go for a head-on as he killed both his van, and the competition’s!! Though, Stu McLellan came around to finish things off with a hit to end his van as well!
The 2.0 Hot Rods provided some great non-contact racing throughout the night, despite a few cars missing from the action. World Champion, James Morris looks in fine form as he aims to defend his title in less than 2 weeks time, as he took a heat and final double. Gerry Hendry looks to be finding consistency again as he looks to maintain a challenge over the next few months. Keith Brown looks up to speed in the 2.0 Hot Rods now, and is looking like a driver with a lot of potential – as he took his first win from blue grade at the weekend. Jock Campbell made a return to action having missed a few meetings due to work and holiday clashes, whilst Lewis Willacy had an outing in the Cameron Willacy car as Cameron missed out due to illness.
The Superstox formula seen Dean Johnston sweep to an excellent Hat Trick of race wins, taking away the Hoosier sponsored tyre as a result of his efforts – opening up his lead at the top of the National Points in the process, with only a few point scoring meetings remaining. Aaron Riddell did his best to keep tabs on the hat-trick driver, taking 2x 2nd place finishes on the night, with only Kenny McKenzie preventing Riddell from a hat-trick of 2nd place finishes!! Jordan Black made a return to action in the ex Jack Turbitt car, with Jack having a new car on order. David Lumsden, a name from 30+ years ago, made a return to racing in the formula, having last raced them at Newtongrange!! Lumsden showed some great pace, though was caught up in a crash in the opening race, and didn’t quite show the same pace in the further remaining races.
The Junior Productions continue to excel, with another strong field of cars in action. Dale Sutherland made his debut, whilst Kaden Connor took his first win in only his second meeting. Connor St Aubyn looks to have found his confidence in the formula as he managed to lead for a good proportion of the meeting final – and held onto to take a top 5 finish as well. Aiden McKinnon is a driver that looks destined to do well in the remainder of the season as he moves up the grades – Aiden took away a hat-trick of top 3 finishes on Saturday – a first, a second and a third place. Olivia Krzyzanowska has had a tough few meetings, though looks to have regained her confidence, as she took home a second and third place in each of the heats. Further back, there was some great racing from the red grades, with Lennon Grant, Koddi Wright and Jase Walle all racing bumper to bumper throughout the night, with Wright securing a win in the meeting final.
The Ninja Karts again had another excellent showing – a meeting that almost had no stoppages which would have been a first had it not been for a yellow flag in the third heat of the night!! Louie Hendry took the win in the whites and yellows race, whilst Dougie Kidd took another hat trick of race wins. His third hat trick of the season. British Champion Kenzie Bell kept Dougie honest throughout the night, as he managed to finish 2nd in each of the three races. Jenson Fish and Artur Ware were welcome visitors, as well as Rosie Tuppen, who made her first appearance at Lochgelly Raceway. Abigail Chalmers became the latest driver to join the ranks in the Ninja Karts as she made her debut in the class. Aiden Bell drove well in the whites and yellows race, leading for the majority of the race, before spinning out in the latter stages.
We are back in action this Saturday night (23rd July) as we welcome the National Hot Rods, Classic Hot Rods, CC Rods, Ministox, 1300 Stock Cars and ProStocks.
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Results Archive12/08/22 - An Eventful Friday Evening06/08/22 - Korben Takes 1600 Banger Scottish30/07/22 - Rochford takes glory in World Final23/07/22 - Wet and Wild at Lochgelly Raceway16/07/22 - 16th July Results24/06/22 - Friday Night Storms - Results18/06/22 - Eventful Rods 18th June11/06/22 - Roff and Crawford Take Glory03/06/22 - Friday Night Thunder28/05/22 - Bangers Entertain at Lochgelly21/05/22 - Cup Cars Shine at Lochgelly Raceway14/05/22 - 14th May Results30/04/22 - 30th April Results07/05/22 - An Action Packed Evening23/04/22 - Results 23/4/202216/04/22 - Gilmour at the Double 16-0409/04/22 - 9th April 22 - Results02/04/22 - An Epic Weekend of Racing26/03/22 - New Winners In Juniors19/03/22 - Smart Hat Trick12/03/22 - Drama in 1300 Final - 12th March05/03/22 - 5th March Results26/02/22 - Thomson Wins Walsh Memorial13/11/21 - Gilmour Takes Freck Memorial06/11/21 - Huge Crowd Wowed By Van Bangers29/10/21 - English Run Riot In Ministox23/10/21 - Riddell Takes The Scottish16/10/21 - Connor Steals The Show in Ninja Karts09/10/21 - Byram Takes The Glory In World Cup Chaos02/10/21 - Ninja Shine On Drab Night25/09/21 - Walle and Christie Take The Honours10/09/21 - Rae on the double as he returns to action04/09/21 - Pearce Retains Gold In The Race Of The Decade28/08/21 - McAlpine Scoops Scottish21/08/21 - Bomber Wins Memorial14/08/21 - Hegg Dominates As He Claims Scottish Title07/08/21 - Frame Returns To Win Memorial Event30/07/21 - Friday Night Results24/07/21 - Kingsnorth at the Double17/07/21 - McWillam Scoops Hat Trick25/06/21 - Bangers Friday Night Delight19/06/21 - Dillon Wins Shaun Walsh Memorial12/06/21 - Tyson takes dramatic Ninja Euro05/06/21 - Titles Goto Northern Ireland29/05/21 - May Ends With A Bang22/05/21 - Murray Takes Nationals Euro15/05/21 - Ballantine Runs Out Of Luck 15th May 202108/05/21 - Pitcaithly Takes Stock Rod Final01/05/21 - Saturday 1st May Results07/11/20 - Sangster Dominates In Van Scottish31/10/20 - Gourlay Takes CC Scottish With Touching Tribute24/10/20 - Clark Takes The Gunn Trophy17/10/20 - Mackie takes Hot Rod Scottish10/10/20 - Reynolds Takes The Gold03/10/20 - Rapid Racing at Lochgelly26/09/20 - McConnachie Takes The Scottish19/09/20 - Double Scottish Results12/09/20 - Saturday 12th September Results05/09/20 - September Weekend Results29/08/20 - Saturday 29th August Report22/08/20 - Double Rollovers In Stock Car Actions15/08/20 - Bell Takes A Double07/08/20 - Burgoyne Takes The Final As Minis Shine01/08/20 - Kopacz at the double25/07/20 - Back with a Thud!14/03/20 - Ford At The Double In 1300 Stock Cars07/03/20 - Hat Trick of Hat Tricks - 7th March 202029/02/20 - 2020 Season Opener09/11/19 - Van Bangers Delight The Crowd at Season FinaleView Historical Results