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Lochgelly 11th of March 2017
Featuring 1300 Stock Cars, Mini Stocks, Ninja Karts, Pro Stocks, Stock Rods (SW)
Preview Added By K18EVN - 9th of March 2017

Following on from a highly entertaining season opener, regular Saturday night Stock Car action continues at HRP Lochgelly Raceway this Saturday March 11th with another five- formula spectacular! Saturday March 11th features the first competitive meetings of 2017 for several formulas and there is something for everyone with a great variety of classes lined up for your entertainment!!!

Youth will be very much to the fore as the Ninja Karts roll into HRP Lochgelly Raceway for the first time this season in large numbers once again. No less than six youngsters are currently booked in to make their debuts including Aiden Duffy, Nicole Allardyce, Zoe Mann, Theo Barker, Lewis Duffy and Abbie Carruthers – good luck to them all. Some of the other pilots began their season at the World Cup at Arena Essex back in January and Scottish, British and points Champion Charlie Hardie posted an excellent third place in the championship event. Hardie will have arch-rival Robbie Armit to contend with this Saturday as well as the likes of Lennon Grant and Josh Bruce and it will be interesting to see which drivers rise to challenge the established stars in 2017.

The theme of youth continues this Saturday March 11th as the Ministox descend on HRP Lochgelly Raceway for their first competitive outing of the year. National Points Champion Sean Naismith begins the defence of his silver roof and if the Ministox are anything like they were in 2016 then we are in for a treat!!! Keep an eye on Ciaran Adams who looked rapid in his new car at practice and the Joan Purdie Memorial Meeting as well as the likes of hat-trick winner Danny Whyte, Mitchell Gold and former silver roof Michael Mitchell. We are also delighted to welcome Ben Creanor back to Ministox plus debutant Jamie Stewart as the formula continues to thrive in Scotland. No doubt some GMP cars will be booked in at some point too so watch out for top GMP stars such as Steven Burgoyne and Bryan Lindsay swelling the ranks.

The ProStocks will be enjoying their second meeting in seven days and a pleasing number of cars arrived for the opening event with Northern Irishman Del McLaughlin dominating the top end of the results with only HRP’s Ryan O’Shea claiming a win for Scotland. National Points and Scottish Champion Tam Melrose should be back on track and he will be looking to hit the ground running after missing the opening event while the likes of O’Shea, Paul Barron and Ian Christie will offer some stiff competition.

The Stock Rods make their first appearance of 2017 and it is great to see so many familiar names on the grid including top stars National Points Champion Siobhan Martin, Best in Britain Champion Jonathan Lattka and Scottish Champion Chris Lattka. They will be joined by other stars such as Darren McAlpine, Alan Cuthbert and James Halkett while we will also see the return to HRP of Stuart Wedderburn. Stewart Paterson has had engine troubles but is scheduled to be ready while the stunning new cars of Gary Dean and Ross Finlay impressed at practice. The season is looking promising as the HRP Stock Rod drivers prepare to get their season underway and to contest top honours against the very best Stock Rod pilots from across the UK. We are delighted to see one of those drivers head north again as Daniel Rea once again joins us at HRP Lochgelly Raceway.

The final formula on show is the 1300 Stock Cars and they benefit from extra sponsorship from DM Electrical and DM Security Systems which will see extra prize money up for grabs on the closed grid feature final which is the last race of the evening. Scottish Champion Dean McGill hopes to be on track while the likes of Andrew Mathieson, Ryan McGill and James Ellis will bring their new and refurbished cars out for competitive action. Keep an eye on the Toyota Starlet of Jock Whyte too as he showed some great speed in 2016. The 1300 Stock Cars did not enjoy the best of years in 2016 but, with the World Championship here in September, no doubt more drivers will return to the fray as the season gets into full swing. The incentive of the extra sponsorship from DM Electrical/Security Systems plus the MR Coachworks/Ringtone Racepaints Series which gets underway next week offer those early birds some serious financial incentives!!!

Event Details
Venue – HRP Lochgelly Raceway (KY5 9HG)
Start Time – 5:45pm for Ninja Kart Whites & Yellows Race
Pre-Meeting Practice – 3:45pm until 4:45pm (only for cars racing that evening)

Admission Details

Adults (16+) £10
Young Adults (12-15) & OAPs £5
Under 12s FREE
Trackside Parking £5 (plus admission charges)

Provisional Running Order

Pre-Meeting 1 Ninja Karts Whites & Yellows Race
Race 1 ProStocks Heat One
Race 2 Ministox Heat One
Race 3 Ninja Karts Heat One
Race 4 Stock Rods Heat One
Race 5 1300 Stock Cars Heat One
Race 6 Ninja Karts Heat Two
Race 7 ProStocks Heat Two
Race 8 Ministox Heat Two
Race 9 Ninja Karts Heat Three
Race 10 Stock Rods Heat Two
Race 11 1300 Stock Cars Heat Two
Race 12 ProStocks Final
Race 13 Ministox Final
Race 14 Stock Rod Final
Race 15 1300 Stock Cars Final


New Ninja Kart For 2017
Cowdenbeath 11th of March 2017
Featuring Formula 2, GMP 1300 Saloons, National Saloons, Rookie Bangers
Preview Added By K18EVN - 9th of March 2017



The Stock Car season kicks off in style at the Racewall with an al-contact line up on Saturday night at 6pm.

Open Practice (any formula) 3pm-5pm; £5 per driver
First Race 6pm

Admission: Adults £13, Concessions £10, Juniors (13-15) £5 and accompanied 12s and under FREE. Entry includes souvenir colour programme (whilst supplies last).
BriSCA F2

A new season brings fresh interest and competition to the grid for the Europe’s premier open wheeled stock car class. The meeting will feature a number of newcomers to the class including Ministox convert 629 Euan Millar who was has already taken a win in the formula over in Northern Ireland in January and came third in last Sunday’s Final at Skegness. Richard Bruton from the North East of England also hopes to make it onto the grid for his season debut. 323 Ryan Adamson had also been looking forward to the first meeting of the year but a stuck throttle in last weeks practice session left the driver bruised and the car in need of some significant repairs. 269 Nigel Davies also aims to make it back on track for the start of season 2017. 709 Mark Somerville makes the transition from the now defunct Lightning Rods and has looked quick in the practice sessions whilst Stock Rod pilot Chris Chance is also looking to make his F2 debut having completed his KWR machine. Should there be enough lower graders in attendance there will be a White and Yellows series race to commence proceedings.

There is of course also a quality line up of established names in the formula in Scotland and a number of them will be on the grid. British, European and Nationals Champion 647 Chris Burgoyne and 7 Gordon Moodie are always quick when they appear on track, though both also plan a number of away trips this year with the WF on shale. 652 Stephen Forster has bounced back from a heavy visit to the wall at the end of last season with a stunning looking TLF machine whilst 64 Marc Fortune was also quick in the pre-season practice outings. 854 Robbie Dawson was also in action early this year at Birmingham.
Saloon Stock Cars

A big year ahead for the crowd pleasing Saloon Stock Cars with their World Championship here at the Racewall in August. An early start to the season will benefit those looking to add to their World Ranking points at it once again looks like a very competitive season ahead for the heavy metal bumper brigade. 37 Callum McIvor is set to make the transition from the Prostocks and looked impressive in practice despite the difference in power and weight between the classes. 73 James Letford showed last season how well a driver can do stepping up from the budget Prostocks but there will undoubtedly be much to learn over the opening weeks of the season. 5 Tam Rutherford Jnr is a another newcomer to the class with the ex-James Strath machine. Strath himself has a stunning new car for this season which looked quick in practice. 670 Ross Watters didn’t seem to let loosing a wheel in practice slow him down much posting the second quickest time behind Strath in Sundays final practice session. 38 Barry Glen will hope to continue his fine form from the tail end of last season which saw him claim the Gordon Barclay Memorial. 107 Marc and 207 Greg Honeyman have both put in the hours in the garages over the winter with some tremendous car preparation. Once they get them dialled in they will be on the pace – and with neither driver shy of using the bumper – topline speed doesn’t always count anyway! British Champion 85 Kyle Irvine and 684 Iain McLaughlin will hope for quick starts to the year and to secure a few wins under their belts as they look to secure major honours during the year whilst 661 Graeme Shevill debuted a new car at Wimbledon last Sunday which should make its Scottish debut this coming Saturday. Stand well back and let the sparks fly as the warriors of the oval take to the grid.
1300 Stock Cars

The smaller cousins of the Saloon Stock Cars, were in many people’s eyes the surprise hit of 2016, culminating in a highly entertaining Scottish Championship race at the final meeting of the year. They look set to start the year where they left off with a good crop of drivers looking to enjoy themselves on the track. 661 Fraser Anderson, who won that Scottish race, was the man to beat last time out, though faced some tough competition from the likes of 211 Grant McGowan and 68 Brian Allan. They will not have it all their own way however as 400 Ross Forrrest, 66 Stu McCaig, 537 Jeff Cosons and 73 Aaron Hastie all looked quick at times during the practice sessions. The established drivers will be joined by a crop of new and not-so new names to the Racewall. 612 Stuart McDonald debuted a very smart new car at the practice sessions, whilst 157 Michael Moyes is looking at a full-time effort in 2017. 642 Lisa Freebairn aims to join the formula in 2017 from the Ministox, though like 246 Lee Wilson may miss the opening meetings. Brothers 668 Fraser and 168 Jordan Clark are set to make a welcome return to the Racewall, both having shown some good form here in the past. With a number of away fixtures at Barford and Crimond this season it looks set for an entertaining year from the little stockies.
Rookie Bangers

The final formula on the bill on Saturday’s season opener are the Rookie Bangers. This class encourages drivers on track without the need for major alterations to cars – although drivers are permitted to install water tanks to help prolong the cars life! The emphasis on the Banger fixtures at the Racewall this year is on the racing and crashing, with a mixture of Rookie, Micro and 2 Litre formats plus the annual big banger bash in April – the Unlimited Banger World Cup. For all these dates, GMP registered drivers can claim 10 attendance points should they book in in-advance, with those points deducted should the driver book but fail to honour their booking. These points will then be added to the drivers race points to compile the GMP drivers points chart. This chart will then be used when inviting our seeded entries to major championship events. Although drivers are still getting used to this new process, we expect a good grid of cars on Saturday with plenty of bumps scrapes and spins to entertain the crowd. The entry will be led by 440 Pete McVay, a stalwart in the Banger class. 9 Dale Robertson also plans on being in attendance whilst Jake Turner is also set to be in action. Further bookings have also been received from established names such as 610 Kai McNulty and 810 Paul McNulty who are always in the thick of the action. Likewise 182 Ross Stewart who has been a strong supporter of the Rookie fixtures in Scotland. 12 Dean Sievwright has been a regular in the rookie class in Scotland and is likely to be on the gird once more as is the likes of 134 Josh Heeps and 180 Sean McConnachie who always entertain on their outings in the Bangers. A few drivers are expected to make the journey down from Crimond Raceway including 230 Scott Paterson and 282 Finlay Davidson. Driver bookings remain open and can be made via the Drivers Booking-in page on this website.


Lochgelly 30th of July 2016
Featuring Mini Stocks, Superstox, 2 Litre Hot Rods, Ninja Karts
PLUS Banger Caravan Carnage
Preview Added By K18EVN - 26th of July 2016

The highly-anticipated 2016 CARAVAN CARNAGE event hits HRP Lochgelly Raceway this Saturday and promises to be a fantastic event with the Superstox, 2.0 Hot Rods, Ministox and Ninja Karts in support.

Please note that there will be no "normal" Banger races during the evening.

WHAT IS BETTER THAN ONE CARAVAN RACE?

The answer.....TWO CARAVAN RACES!!!

With almost 20 Caravans currently booked in, HRP will be monitoring the arrivals in the pits and will run two Caravan Destruction Derbies at the end of Saturday's event to accommodate all drivers. Twice the destruction and twice the fun!!!


2015 Caravan Chaos
Lochgelly 12th of March 2016
Featuring Mini Stocks, 1300 Stock Cars, CC Rods, 2 Litre Hot Rods
Preview Added By K18EVN - 8th of March 2016

Saturday March 12th promises to see a cracking event as VANDEMONIUM hits HRP Lochgelly Raceway from 6pm!!!

While it may still be chilly, the action continues to heat up at HRP Lochgelly Raceway as the season continues to gather momentum. And don’t forget that you can beat the chill at HRP Lochgelly Raceway by taking advantage of Trackside Parking which means you can enjoy the racing from the comfort (and warmth) of your car or van for a small additional fee.

A five formula, fifteen race spectacular is promised this Saturday with something for everyone of all ages in the ultimate in motorsports entertainment!!!

The HRP 1300 Stock Cars are back in action this Saturday and numbers will no doubt steadily increase over the coming weeks as drivers awaken from their winter slumber. Dean McGill was the man on form last time out and could be hard to catch again this weekend but keep an eye on the likes of Scottish Champion Callum Barclay and also National Points Champion Zak Gilmour (if he can get his smart new Tigra B ready)!!!

The 2.0 Hot Rods have a quick turnaround from racing last week to join us again this Saturday. Billy Bonnar secured an instant return to red grade after two heat wins while stock rod ace Darren McAlpine took father-in-law Kinzie Law’s car to the winner’s circle after a great drive in the final. Recently-crowned London Champion Gordon Alexander and Robbie Burgoyne looked very fast during the evening while debutant Andrew Denholm kept his head and looks to be one to keep an eye on for the future!!!

The 11-16 year olds return in the Ministox for their first points-scoring outing of 2016. The Ministox are always great to watch at HRP Lochgelly Raceway and the youngsters bely their tender years displaying all the skills and craft of their peers in senior formulas. If 2015 is anything to go by then the man to beat while undoubtedly be Euan Millar who swept all before him in Scotland last year but he will have his nemesis Steven Burgoyne to contend with as well as the likes of HRP Points Champion Michael Mitchell and Danny Whyte. We are also delighted to welcome long distance visitor Ethan pope who is travelling all the way from the West Country to be with us. It promises to be another great year in the Ministox!!!

The CC Rods join us for their second outing of the year. Former Micro Banger World Cup Champion Scott Lindsell enjoyed a good first outing in an Escort which he has now apparently sold and, while Ian Donaldson holds the honour of the first victory of season 2016, it was Ian Walle who claimed a heat and final double to secure a promotion to red grade for tonight – can the 35 machine continue to win from further back?

The final formula on show was a relatively late addition to the fixture but we have all sat and waited for a delivery van that showed up late. Hopefully all twenty of the Van Bangers that are currently booked in will show up as we will be in for a treat of VAN-tastic (sorry) proportions as the Van Bangers entertain as only they can!!! Keep an eye on track for the likes of The Mob and the Coalpower Team to get stuck in in what promises to be a hugely entertaining evening – sit back and enjoy the metal-mashing mayhem!!!

Event Details

Venue - HRP Lochgelly Raceway (KY5 9HG)
Start Time - 6pm

Admission Details (Turnstiles open at 3pm)

Adults (16+) £10
Young Adults (12-15) & OAPs £5
Under 12s FREE

Trackside Parking £5 (plus admission charges)

Driver Booking Lists

Big Van Bangers

13 Dean Sievwright
28 Als Adams
42 Billy Wilson
50 James Slater
63 Lee Moore
64 Norrie Moore
69 Jack Moore
99 Lee Clarke
134 Josh Heeps
152 James Dillon
159 Calum Campbell
161 Stephen Van Putten
172 Shaun Mitchell
182 Ross Stewart
244 Michelle Murdoch
245 Zak Murdoch
557 Stuart Adsley
680 John Whyte
880 Neil Naismith
881 Rodger Segmore
882 Steven Lang

1300 Stock Cars

42 Billy Wilson
49 Derek Slater
67 Craig Haxton
93 Kevin Morrison
99 Callum Barclay
124 Andrew Mathieson
125 Euan Mathieson
126 Stevie Gold
228 Ian Goodall
243 James Dalrymple
263 Dean McGill
322 Marc Hughes
330 Paul Beaton
337 Lee Buchan
529 Jason Secker
537 Jeff Cosans
631 Peter Low
649 Mark Slater
654 Eddie Corr

2.0 Hot Rods

26 Jock Campbell
58 Alex Wilson
61 Kinzie Law
71 Gordon Alexander
142 James Mooney
147 Gerry Hendry
174 Iain Bruce
217 Andrew Denholm
844 Billy Bonnar
900 Robbie Burgoyne
999 Gill Anderson

Ministox

033 Ross McWilliam
100 Sean Naismith
122 Gary Paterson
126 Danny Whyte
128 Ciaran Adams
142 James Mooney
150 David Sinclair
180 Dylan Sim (P)
199 Mitchell Gold
629 Euan Millar
987 Ethan Pope

CC Rods

9 Colin Wotherspoon
17 Jock Webster
35 Ian Walle Jr
36 Ian Walle Sr
41 Michael Byers
671 Brandon Gourlay
679 Craig Watson
686 Derek Campbell
700 Ian Donaldson
820 Paul Muir
922 Bobby-James Bone

HRP cannot be held responsible for the non-appearance of a particular driver.

Cowdenbeath 12th of March 2016
Featuring Formula 2, National Saloons, Pro Stocks, Stock Rods (ORCi)
Preview Added By K18EVN - 8th of March 2016



Admission: Adults £13, Concessions £10, 13-15 yr olds: £5, 12s and under FREE with an accompanying adult.
Adult/Concession admission includes full-colour souvenir programme.
First Race 6pm

The 2016 season gets under way at the Racewall on Saturday evening (6pm start time) with both fans and drivers eager for racing action to get under way as the Stock Car season in Scotland kicks off at the Racewall in style.
BriSCA F2

The BriSCA F2's roar into town with their first Racewall fixture of the year although a number of drivers have already been in action at the early season fixtures in England last two weekend. The national open-wheeled class enters 2016 after a successful 2015 with further signs of growth this season with a number of new drivers aiming to get out on track. Amongst them are former 1300 Stock Car driver 78 Dale Burt, whilst 512 Jason Blacklock aims to make an impact after his racing plans stalled last season. Jason will join Brother Adam on the grid. There are a few welcome returnees to the fold including 580 Alan Edmiston. Alan will add to the crop of star graders and his speed and determination will make the field even more competitive. Also out at the practice sessions was 30 Alex Hamilton. Alex has made sporadic outings over the last couple of seasons but hopes to be a more regular participant in 2016.

In addition to the novice drivers, the Scottish F2 scene benefits from an incredibly strong number of star graders. Scottish Champion 647 Chris Burgoyne has yet to break cover this year but will undoubtedly be on the pace and fighting for wins straight from the off. 7 Gordon Moodie will have longer term ambitions to regain the National Points title and got his year off to a winning start at Skegness last Sunday afternoon. Also in action at Skegness and expected to be on track at the Racewall this Saturday were 317 Simon Cranson and 652 Stephen Forster. 854 Robbie Dawson was also busy over the opening weekend, and whilst he restricted his Racewall outings towards the end of last season when he does appear he is often vying for race wins.
2015 Nationals Champion 16 Craig Wallace has a new car at his disposal and was very much on the pace at Sunday’s last practice session, as was the returning 64 Marc Fortune and 480 Garry Sime. In addition to the Star Grade drivers 922 Peter Davidson, 230 Chris Davidson, 321 Holly Glen and 391 Gregor Turner will all be looking to make a good start to the season.
Saloon Stock Cars

The National Saloon Stock Cars will kick the season off in style as the big cars with the big bumpers are sure to entertain with their usual metal crunching antics. The season looks set to build on what many regarded as a classic year last year. The introduction of the budget Zetec engine has quickly taken hold and is seen as the engine to have round the Racewall and resulted in enhanced grids fo cars throughout the whole season and with more new cars and registrations for 2016 there is little doubt where the action is going to be this year.
Scottish Champion 219 Luke Grief will be on track after being forced to miss the last few Racewall outings last season. He will be out to put his authority down on the season early as he looks ahead to the British Championship being held here at the Racewall in May. National Points Champion 698 Danny Colliver also plans on making an early season appearance from his South East of England base. Danny of course is also the 2015 Racewall Track Champion which is quite an achievement. 600 Barry Russell and 661 Graeme Shevill both plan on being in attendance after also competing on a wet night down at Kings Lynn last Saturday evening. 45 Eck Cunningham was out in pre-season practice hoping to make a storming start to the year, much as he did last season.

The Honeyman’s look set to be out in force during the season with both 107 Marc and 207 Greg out at the last meeting practice in two very smart looking cars and it is expected that 507 Paul and 607 Steve will join them soon. Also out in practice was 38 Barry Glen whose stunning new car was fresh from the NEC Autosport Show. There were a few winces however when Barry managed to christen the car against the Racewall after losing a wheel. Another to appear in a great looking new machine was 625 James Strath in a Webster built machine. James was a top driver a number of years ago and makes a welcome return on the track – he is one who definitely knows what the front bumper is for on a Saloon Stock Car. 73 James Letford is looking to make the switch from the Prostocks and is also looking to be joined by 640 Kevin Letford who has raced Saloons before. Dave Sturrock is another returning driver who has been out at the pre-meeting practice sessions and looks set to be joined by Ministox convert 602 Jamie Connacher and Gary Scallon who will make his Stock Car racing debut in the formula. Add to this 77 Glen Heeps, 241 Robin Copland, 85 Kyle Irvine and a host of others and we look set for a year to savour – stand well back – the Saloon Stock Cars are back in town!
ORCi Stock Rods

The quick and nimble non-contact hatchback based Stock Rods start their season with the momentum seen at in the second half of last season carrying forward with a great number of cars appearing at the pre-season practice sessions and more to come. The field will be led by 83 Michael Bethune, winner of the Track, Scottish, ORCi and World Championship in 2015 and his new car set the pace at last Sundays practice session. He will face stiff competition from a host of others however who were all closely bunched in the practice timings including 91 Jim Pitcaithly and 24 James Matson, both of whom have great new cars at their disposal. 323 Trevor Calvin and 216 Cameron Doak were also on the pace and have their eyes set on both the British Championship here at the Racewall and the World at Barford in September. 123 Craig Tosh continues with the unique Citreon C2 Stock Rod whilst 612 Leon Stewart looks to build on a solid year for the experienced driver. 70 Steven Archibald will look to make the most of his Yellow Graded start and could prove hard to catch in the opening weeks of the season, as could 257 Paul Prentice. 76 Duncan Welsh makes his Stock Rod debut, and having previously raced in the Saloons a few years back, will soon be on the pace. Amongst the other newcomers to the field will be Shaun McArthur who once he gets the early season gremlins sorted out on his car will be quickly into the fold. All in all it looks like another good season for the Stock Rods at the Racewall, a track that sees the formula at its very best with high speed dicing and passing.
Prostocks

The limited contact Prostocks are the final formula to feature at the opening fixture serving up their unique brand of nudge and spin mayhem. The formula provides an idea way for newcomers to the sport to get involved relatively cheaply without the need to replace a car regularly and with a few additional registrations will hopefully provide the formula an additional boost in car numbers. The start of the season heralds the chase to score enough points to secure a place on the various Championship grids during the year, the European Championship being the feature event at the Racewall this season. Track Champion 55 Tam Melrose looks set to remain the man to beat though will face tough competition from former Scottish Champion 43 Ally McDonald, 146 Ricky White and 760 John Mason, all of whom go well round the Racewall. 37 Callum McCivor and 118 Robert Fawcett were both out at the pre-season practice sessions and will hope to go well.

Lochgelly 25th of July 2015
Featuring Stock Rods (SW), Mini Stocks, Superstox, CC Rods, Ninja Karts
Superstox Scottish Championship
Preview Added By K18EVN - 24th of July 2015

Championship fever continued here at HRP Lochgelly Raceway last weekend as the ProStocks were the headline act as they competed for their Scottish Championship. A great entry of drivers assembled for the event, despite what some doubters had to say prior to the meeting, and the drivers did not disappoint as they got well and truly stuck in.

Congratulations to Tam Melrose who claimed the 2015 Scottish Championship and to Jordan Cassie and Aundre Adams on their podium finishes.

Championship fever is still well and truly in effect at HRP Lochgelly Raceway as the Superstox take centre stage for their version of the Scottish Championship this Saturday July 25th. HRP are delighted to see defending champion Stuart Gilchrist announce his intention to race (work commitments allowing) and this should certainly add another dimension to what has been a great season for the Superstox!!!

The Stock Rods are back in action this weekend just one week ahead of their National Championship at Hednesford Hills Raceway next weekend. HRP have a high-quality entry heading to Staffordshire for this event but all of the drivers will be equally determined to make their mark this weekend closer to home. Chris Lattka claimed a hat-trick here last time he raced – can he do the same again this Saturday?

The CC Rods enjoyed a fantastic Scottish Championship event a couple of weeks ago where Ian Taylor successfully defended his title. Taylor may or may not appear this weekend but Stewart Aitken is now back form a holiday which curtailed his Scottish Championship hopes and he will be keen to perform well this Saturday as he battles for the national points championship.

The Ministox have had a busy time of late and while no HRP cars attended last week’s ORCi Championship event at Arena Essex; we would like to extend our congratulations to regular visitor Lauren Overy who claimed the title in her last Ministox race before retirement. Expect the usual suspects of Euan Millar, Steven Burgoyne and Arran Chidwick to be battling for top honours while the likes of Lewis Gilchrist will be looking to continue their recent great form.

The final formula on show this weekend is the Ninja Karts. We ran out of superlatives to describe this formula a couple of years ago but they continue to thrill every single time they take to the track. Lucy Millar made her mark last time out with a great showing and will be looking to continue that great form. Do not miss the Ninja Karts!!!

Event Details

Venue - HRP Lochgelly Raceway (KY5 9HG)
Start Time - 5:45pm (Ninja Karts Whites & Yellows Race)

Admission Details

Adults (16+) £10
Young Adults (12-15) & OAPs £5
Under 12s FREE

Trackside Parking £5 (plus admission charges)

Provisional Running Order

Race 1 Ninja Karts Whites & Yellows Race (Pre-meeting 5:45pm)
Race 2 Ministox Heat One
Race 3 CC Rods Heat One
Race 4 Ninja Karts Heat One
Race 5 Stock Rods Heat One
Race 6 Superstox SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP
Race 7 Ninja Karts Heat Two
Race 8 Ministox Heat Two
Race 9 CC Rods Heat Two
Race 10 Ninja Karts Heat Three
Race 11 Stock Rods Heat Two
Race 12 Superstox Heat Two
Race 13 Ministox Final
Race 14 CC Rods Final
Race 15 Stock Rods Final
Race 16 Superstox Heat Two

Driver Booking Lists - Correct as of 4pm 23/7/15

Ninja Karts

14 Demi Ritchie
16 Evie Black
21 Ethan Doull
28 Mirran Adams
32 Kaydan Day
35 Jase Walle
38 Harry Robertson
39 Alex Robertson
42 Jake Wilson
50 Leona Anderson
60 Bailey Millar
71 Josh Bruce
72 Charlie Hardie
84 Robbie Armit
88 Callum Brown
116 Jay Paterson
127 Lennon Grant
136 Harry Bruce
145 Rachel Kidd
151 Lewis Walker
178 Scott Allardyce
233 Callan Walker
404 Ryan Borthwick
600 Lucy Millar
607 Declan Honeyman
699 Jay Carruthers
808 Mitchell Gold

Ministox

115 Arran Chidwick
121 John Crawford
122 Gary Paterson
126 Danny Whyte
128 Ciaran Adams
138 Ben Creanor
140 Jack Law
144 Lewis Willacy
147 Lewis Gilchrist
172 Michael Mitchell
600 Bryan Lindsay
628 Taylor Borthwick
629 Euan Millar
674 Steven Burgoyne

CC Rods

4 James Watt
26 Chris Adams
35 Ian Walle Jr
36 Ian Walle Sr
51 Johnny Bell
71 Kevin Hutchison
76 Jamie Brown
112 Kev Baird
136 Chris Hutchison
671 Brandon Gourlay
679 Craig Watson
686 Derek Campbell
700 Ian Donaldson
708 Scott Ewens
820 Paul Muir
922 Bobby-James Bone

Stock Rods

25 Siobhan Martin
57 Gerry Castle
77 John Venters
177 Connar Venters
181 Stevie McIntyre
184 Pete Thomson
194 John-Lee Green
316 David Kempton
647 Jonathan Lattka
658 Chris Lattka
703 Craig Mason
721 Darren McAlpine
755 Paul Barron
858 Ryan Peat
900 Lee Smart

Superstox - SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP

8 Chris Cuthbert
14 Les Waller
15 Steven Ballantine
21 Graeme McAlpine
39 Lee Clark
53 David Frame
88 Jason Glendarragh
119 Aaron Riddell
169 Scott Devine
171 Mark Brady
174 Iain Bruce
176 Gary Nicholls
177 Stuart Gilchrist (P)
196 Allan Gibson
219 Paul Mackie
265 Barry Stephen
309 Bryan Forrest
393 John Clark
453 Kenny McKenzie
477 Colin Frame
562 Chris Hay
657 Tony Lattka
755 Ryan Dunbar
756 Marc Spence
958 Paul Dunn

HRP cannot be held responsible for the absence of any driver listed

Cowdenbeath 25th of July 2015
Featuring Formula 2, National Saloons, Pro Stocks, Lightning Rods
Lightning Rods UK Challenge
Preview Added By K18EVN - 24th of July 2015

Admission Costs: £13 Adults, £10 Concessions, £5 Teens 13-15, 12s and under Free.

Travel Advisory: Cowdenbeath FC are playing at home in a cup tie match on Saturday afternoon which could potentially lead to extra time and penalties. Stock Car competitors and spectators alike are asked NOT to arrive at the stadium prior to 5pm. Any traffic attempting to access the stadium before this time will be turned away by Police Scotland. Your co-operation is gratefully appreciated.
BriSCA F2

After an absence of 7 weeks the BriSCA F2 drivers are back in action round the Racewall. The bumpers are sure to clash as the UKs leading super-fast single seater class heads back into action. During the break Scottish Champion 647 Chris Burgoyne debuted a new chassis at Skegness as he looks ahead to the World Semi Finals at the same track next Month. Chris heads the track championship here at the Racewall and will, be looking to cement that lead over the coming weeks. 16 Craig Wallace won the Nationals title when the F2s last race at the Racewall and will hope to continue his fine form on home soil although will face ton competition from he likes of 64 Marc Fortune and 652 Stephen Forster. 3 Liam Rennie should also be back on track having returned from injury. The lower graders will be well represented including 679 Keiran Howie, 321 Holly Glenn and 17 Paul Reid. All will be hoping to score a healthy haul of points during the nights races.
Saloon Stock Cars

The heavy metal hitting Saloon Stock Cars are back in action following an entertaining outing last Saturday. 698 Danny Colliver is back once again as he continues his battle in the National Points Championship with 730 Deane Mayes. 219 Luke Grief, 507 Paul Honeyman, 600 Barry Russell and 670 Ross Watters are all due to be in action, buoyed by them each securing, along with 618 Stuart Shevill Jnr, a place on the World Final Grid at Mildenhall at he end of August. 50 Keith Mitchell also plans to be in action having secured 2 race wins last week whilst 38 Barry Glenn will have effected repairs following him being involved in some heavy battles round he put bend last time out. 57 David Hughes and 684 Ian McLaughlin will be looking to continue their improved run of form of late as the bumpers and sparks fly!
Lightning Rods

The Lightning Rods will context their UK Challenge Cup as the tyres squeal on the 2 litre engine Sierra and BMW based class. Favourite to lift the title will be current Scottish Champion 823 Eck Rogan but he is likely to face stern competition from the likes of 878 Chrissy Dearn and 145 Dougie Kidd. 846 Andy Chisholm will be hoping to take his first big win in the formula, as will 877 Ormand Dearn, 832 Gordon Brown and 8 Sean Farrell
Prostocks

The limited contact, nudge and spin formula make their second last appearance at the Racewall before their World Cup race in mid-September. Topping the field will be newly crowned Scottish Champion 55 Tam Melrose who has been one of the leading drivers round the Wall this year though as usual will face plenty of competition from 43 Ally McDonald, 146 Ricky White and 73 James Letford. 70 Scott Ramsay has also had some strong performances during the opening half of the season and along with 760 John Mason will be hoping to have a good second half to the year.

Lochgelly 25th of July 2015
Featuring Stock Rods (SW), Mini Stocks, Superstox, CC Rods, Ninja Karts
Superstox Scottish Championship
Preview Added By K18EVN - 19th of July 2015

The Superstox Scottish Championship is the next headline event for HRP - Being held on Saturday 25th July!

The time has arrived and as season form goes, you would expect David Frame or Barry Stephen to come out on top come the end of the race. David has been in super form of late, claiming multiple race wins over the last few meetings, propelling him to within a handful of points of early leader Barry Stephen in the track championship.

Kenny McKenzie has been puting in some strong performances too. Has the pace, but does he have the luck? Always seems to be the one that gets caught up when it matters most; 2015 could be the time for that to change for Kenny.

Gary Nicholls has shown some early promise in the formula since joining a few meetings ago. A couple of race wins under his belt, and lap times as quick as those on track with him can only bode well for his confidence. Perhaps 2015 is just a bit too soon for him though.

Mark Brady has shown solid and consistent performances of late too - has recently had a lot of top 3 places and had it not been for yellow flags and some bad luck, there would no doubt be a few more race wins under his belt too - Certainly capable!

There is no doubt a lot of quality in the Superstox grid ahead of the biggest domestic race of the season - Allan Gibson, Chris Cuthbert, Dino Bruce, Colin Frame, Bryan Forrest, Lee Livingston and Tony Lattka are all a force to be reckoned with; Some of the newcomers to the formula are getting quicker with each and every meeting - Marc Spence, Ryan Dunbar and Chris Hay to name a few.

Iain Bruce has been quick when he has been racing although hasn't been out for a few meetings.

What about those making there potential return to racing, or formula debut?

Scott Devine looks set to be out of the first time in the formula after photos of his new car emerged online at the weekend. The former Saloon Stock Car driver certainly has the experience and ability to mix it, but a debut meeting may come too quick?

Arron Riddell looks set to make his debut after turning 16 last week - The former Ministox driver has had quite a bit of practice and may throw in an upset given a bit of luck!

Stuart Gilchrist - It is rumoured that the multi champion is set to return to try and defend his title that he has won on several occasions over the last few years. Will probably have to start off the back, but if anyone can do it from there, its this man!

Les Waller - May make his formula debut - his race debut in this meeting!


Three of the contenders last time out

Double heat winner a few weeks ago, Tony Lattka

Snapshot of Gilchrist's luck in the early part of season
Lochgelly 18th of July 2015
Featuring Pro Stocks, 1300 Saloons (HRP), 2 Litre Hot Rods, Ninja Karts
ProStock Scottish Championship
Preview Added By K18EVN - 17th of July 2015

What a fantastic event we witnessed here at HRP Lochgelly Raceway last weekend – and in front of the biggest crowd the venue has seen for what was a domestic meeting. A great effort by all involved - thank you to all of the drivers, teams, staff and fans who attended to make the night so special.

Without a shadow of a doubt “Caravan Carnage” was what brought many new faces through our turnstiles last week and boy did the drivers deliver and HRP are pleased to say that we will DEFINITELY repeat the event in 2016.

While the caravans were the headline act, there was some great racing among the support formula with the Superstox in particular on great form. David Frame has hit form at the right time and will probably start as favourite for next week’s Scottish Championship while the Stock Rods put on some good clean racing.

The ProStocks were, as expected, a little light on numbers and there were a few reasons behind that – not least the unfortunate fact that several drivers have been suspended during 2015 for various misdemeanours!!! However, rules are rules and we will always ensure that any wrongdoers are punished. This Saturday sees the ProStocks take top billing as they compete for their Scottish Championship so no doubt a few more cars will be in action this weekend. The one man they all have to stop is Tam Melrose who has enjoyed a stellar year so far – the likes of Dougie Kidd, Scott Ramsay and Grady Ross will all be looking to make their championship mark so do not miss the ProStocks.

Scotland’s top formula – the HRP 1300 Stock Cars - are back in action this Saturday night at HRP Lochgelly Raceway and anyone who has witnessed their brand of mayhem will be looking for more of the same as another big grid of these ironed-up chariots do battle. Callum Barclay has been the man on form of late having won five out of the last six races here but do not expect him to have an easy night this Saturday!!!

The 2.0 Hot Rods has an “interesting” meeting here a couple of weeks ago where it’s safe to say the driving standards were well below what we have come to expect. Chas Bain was probably not complaining as he took his maiden win in the formula while Robbie Burgoyne was certainly in a hurry as he took a heat and final winning double. With just four weeks until their World Championship – who will come out on top this weekend?

The Ninja Karts round off a four formula spectacular at HRP Lochgelly Raceway this weekend and the 6-11 year olds are always well worth watching. Katie Armit has hit a rich vein of form of late and it will be interesting to see how she goes from further down the grid. Do not miss the Ninja Karts!!!

Event Details

Venue - HRP Lochgelly Raceway (KY5 9HG)
Start Time - 6pm

Admission Details

Adults (16+) £10
Young Adults (12-15) & OAPs £5
Under 12s FREE

Trackside Parking £5 (plus admission charges)

Provisional Running Order

Race 1 Ninja Karts (Whites & Yellows Race)
Race 2 2.0 Hot Rods Heat One
Race 3 1300 Stock Cars Heat One
Race 4 Ninja Karts Heat One
Race 5 ProStocks SCOTTISH CHAMPIONSHIP
Race 6 2.0 Hot Rods Heat Two
Race 7 Ninja Karts Heat Two
Race 8 1300 Stock Cars Heat Two
Race 9 ProStocks Heat One
Race 10 Ninja Karts Heat Three
Race 11 2.0 Hot Rods Final
Race 12 1300 Stock Cars Final
Race 13 ProStocks Heat Two

Driver Booking Lists - Correct as of 7pm 16/7/15

ProStocks - Scottish Championship

15 Dale Johnstone
19 James Bratchie
35 Ian Walle
42 Billy Wilson
54 Shane Ramsay
55 Tam Melrose
70 Scott Ramsay
77 Jordan Cassie
85 Aundre Adams
91 Ryan Harrow
114 Dom Currie
121 Brian Keir
145 Dougie Kidd
191 Stephen Davidson
273 Andrew Webster
401 Aaron Lithgow
651 Kenny McKinnon
664 Jordan Wright
670 Martin Beveridge
694 Grady Ross


2.0 Hot Rods

10 Chas Bain
16 Gary Black
17 Kenny Purdie
26 Jock Campbell
58 Alex Wilson
61 Kinzie Law
67 Kerr Paterson
71 Gordon Alexander
147 Gerry Hendry
217 Harry Denholm
251 William Hill
423 Scott Gilfillan
662 Keith Chesher
875 Gordon Hendry
900 Robbie Burgoyne
999 Gill Anderson

1300 Stock Cars

4 Hire Driver
9 Dale Robertson
10 Patrick Calderwood
29 David Anderson
32 David Day
42 Billy Wilson
53 Roger Pirie
63 David Auld
67 Craig Haxton
68 Jazz Moore
93 Kevin Morrison
99 Callum Barclay
124 Andrew Mathieson
125 Euan Mathieson
243 James Dalrymple
322 Marc Hughes
529 Jason Secker
608 Stuart Clark
610 Kai McNulty
638 Darren Rae
654 Eddie Corr
661 Fraser Anderson
668 Fraser Clark
710 Martin McCaffery
808 Bobby Gold
880 David Bowman

Ninja Karts

14 Demi Ritchie
16 Evie Black
21 Ethan Doull
28 Mirran Adams
32 Kaydan Day
35 Jase Walle
36 Charlie Henry (P)
38 Harry Robertson
39 Alex Robertson
42 Jake Wilson
50 Leona Anderson
60 Bailey Millar
71 Josh Bruce
72 Charlie Hardie
84 Robbie Armit
88 Callum Brown
94 Katie Armit
116 Jay Paterson
127 Lennon Grant
136 Harry Bruce
145 Rachel Kidd
151 Lewis Walker
178 Scott Allardyce
233 Callan Walker
404 Ryan Borthwick
600 Lucy Millar
607 Declan Honeyman
699 Jay Carruthers
808 Mitchell Gold

HRP cannot be held responsible for the non-attendance of any driver.


Ninja Karts back in action

ProStocks do battle for Scottish title

2.0 Hot Rods

1300 Stock Cars
Lochgelly 11th of July 2015
Featuring Stock Rods (SW), Mini Stocks, Pro Stocks, Rookie Bangers, Superstox
Rookie Banger Caravan Race
Preview Added By K18EVN - 10th of July 2015

This Saturday sees HRP Lochgelly Raceway host the only meeting in Scotland for the second week in a row and we hope that some of those who may have visited HRP Lochgelly Raceway for the first time last week will join us again this weekend.

Many of you may well be travelling for our final event of the evening – the Caravan Destruction Derby. This is an event we have tried to get off the ground for the past three seasons and we are pleased to say we have finally made it – although whether we are as happy when clearing up is another matter!!! A couple of weeks ago we would have been happy with six caravans but credit to the drivers who have supported this event as we now see twice that number booked in!!! It should be fun!!!

The Bangers also appear in ‘normal’ action – how many races we get will depend on the number of cars but we will keep an eye on it to ensure that the caravan race is as good as it possibly can be.

The Superstox are back in action again this week and it will be great to see Chris Miller back on track after a lengthy absence. Chris will be debuting his new car and will be hoping that it shows speed straight out of the box.

The Stock Rods are back in action and while Chris Lattka takes a weekend off, the rest will be looking to score as many points as they possibly can in preparation for the upcoming National Weekend at Hednesford. Around ten of our drivers will be racing and the likes of Brett Sneddon rank this event as the one to win given its qualifying format. If you have never been then we can highly recommend it!!!

The ProStocks are in action once again just one week ahead of their Scottish Championship here at HRP Lochgelly Raceway on July 18th so we may see one or two unfamiliar faces competing as drivers finalise their set-ups for the big event.

The Ministox are also in action and will no doubt be as entertaining as ever. The school holidays may see one or two drivers absent but, given the show the youngsters put on last week, those in attendance will still be giving it their all.

Event Details

Venue - HRP Lochgelly Raceway KY5 9HG
Start Time - 6pm

Admission Details

Adults (16+) £10
Young Adults (12-15) & OAPs £5
Under 12s FREE

Trackside Parking £5 (plus admission charges)

Provisional Running Order

Race 1 Bangers Heat One
Race 2 ProStocks Heat One
Race 3 Ministox Heat One
Race 4 Stock Rods Heat One
Race 5 Superstox Heat One
Race 6 Bangers Heat Two
Race 7 ProStocks Heat Two
Race 8 Ministox Heat Two
Race 9 Stock Rods Heat Two
Race 10 Superstox Heat Two
Race 11 Bangers Final
Race 12 ProStocks Final
Race 13 Ministox Final
Race 14 Stock Rods Final
Race 15 Superstox Final
Race 16 Caravan Bangers Destruction Derby

Driver Booking Lists - Correct as of 1pm 10/7/15

Bangers/Caravan Bangers

22 Douglas McConnachie - Bangers & Caravan
48 Dylan Moore - Bangers & Caravan
63 Lee Moore - Bangers & Caravan
64 Norrie Moore - Bangers & Caravan
75 Josh Tracey - Bangers & Caravan
88 William Stawiarski - Bangers & Caravan
152 James Dillon - Caravans
161 Steven Van Putten - Caravans
178 Michael Kennedy - Bangers & Caravan
180 Sean McConnachie - Bangers & Caravan
253 Jimmy Kerr - Bangers & Caravan
276 Craig Lindsay - Bangers & Caravan (P)
397 Daz Linton - Bangers & Caravan
797 Ian Cameron - Bangers & Caravan
880 Neil Naismith - Caravans

Ministox

031 Robyn Bruce
033 Ross McWilliam
115 Arran Chidwick
121 John Crawford
126 Danny Whyte
128 Ciaran Adams
138 Ben Creanor
140 Jack Law
144 Cameron Willacy
147 Lewis Gilchrist
628 Taylor Borthwick
629 Euan Millar

ProStocks

15 Dale Johnstone
19 James Bratchie
27 Kyle Roy
35 Ian Walle
42 Billy Wilson
54 Shane Ramsay
55 Tam Melrose
61 Rab Moore
73 James Letford
85 Aundre Adams
91 Ryan Harrow
114 Dom Currie
121 Brian Keir
191 Stephen Davidson
330 Sam Cruickshank
664 Jordan Wright
694 Grady Ross


Stock Rods

7 Andy Grant
25 Siobhan Martin
57 Gerry Castle
77 John Venters
177 Connar Venters
181 Stevie McIntyre
184 Pete Thomson
194 John-Lee Green
232 Brett Sneddon
316 David Kempton
647 Jonathan Lattka
703 Craig Mason
721 Darren McAlpine
755 Paul Barron
858 Ryan Peat
900 Lee Smart

Superstox

8 Chris Cuthbert
14 Les Waller (P)
15 Steven Ballantine
39 Lee Clark
53 David Frame
88 Jason Glendarragh
171 Mark Brady
172 Chris Miller
176 Gary Nicholls
196 Allan Gibson
219 Paul Mackie
265 Barry Stephen
393 John Clark
453 Kenny McKenzie
562 Chris Hay
657 Tony Lattka
755 Ryan Dunbar
756 Marc Spence
958 Paul Dunn

HRP cannot be held responsible for the non-attendance of any driver listed.