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Career highlight?

2015 was quite a year for Superstox star Barry Stephen - Starting the season as an established star grade driver, things soon become even better as he fought hard and fended off a star studded field of challengers to win the Open Scottish Championship in April after narrowly missing out on the British Championship the day before, coming home in 2nd place despite disposing of one of the biggest challengers early on in the race! Domestically, Barry was the top driver, and opened up the season with a strong showing scoring lots of points with consistent finishes in the top 3, challenged by David Frame, Kenny McKenzie etc. A mid season downturn in form seen David Frame and Kenny McKenzie close the gap at the top of the points charts, but Barry soon regained control as David and Kenny both ran into their own downdip in form, as the likes of Barry Stephen, Gary Nicholls and Allan Gibson all found form and made scoring more difficult in the challenging domestic field of cars. Barry however, claimed the Scottish National Points championship and finished the season as Lochgelly Track Champion too. Was it Barrys best season in racing though? Barry has won a few titles in his career previously, and has had a few battles with top drivers in the past too, nothing more famous than his run in with F2 World Champion at the time, Rob Speak! Where he famously disposed of the champion on the last lap / last corner of the grand national at a Cowdenbeath meeting back in the ninties. It was no doubt remembered from Speak though, as he returned the favour during a Scottish Championship race when he turned Barry into the infield marker tyres ending Barrys hopes of a Scottish title back in the day! Was it Barry's best season racing to date? You would have to ask Barry himself, though, I think it was definately his most successful. Barry will be hoping to continue his form into the 2016 season as he shows of a shiny new car that was displayed at the NEC show. Good luck in 2016!

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#TeamPurdie Event

This coming Saturday at Lochgelly Raceway will see the #TeamPurdie event taking place, featuring Hot Rods (Nationals, 2.0 and Classic), Ministox, 1300 Stock Cars, Ninja Karts and Micro Bangers. With a host of visiting drivers expected to attend across all formula, it is anticipated to be a great event, and will raise a lot of money for the Joan Purdie Fund. With the likes of Gordon Moodie, Chris Burgoyne, Jack Aldridge, Gary Nicholls, Ian Thompson Jnr, Graeme and Stuart Shevill competing in the Micro Bangers alongside the regular banger drivers, Norrie Moore, Jim Dillon, etc, its sure to be an interesting event! The meeting preview and booking lists can be found below, taken from the HRP Web site on 31-01-2016. PLEASE NOTE that this event is an afternoon meeting with a 1pm start time. Event Details Venue - HRP Lochgelly Raceway (KY5 9HG) Start time - 1pm Saturday February 6th Admission Details Adults (16+) £10 Young Adults (12-15) & OAPs £5 Under 12s FREE Trackside Parking £5/vehicle (plus admission charges) Provisional Running Order: Pre-Meeting Ninja Kart Whites & Yellows Pre-Meeting Ninja Karts Heat One Race 1 Hot Rods Heat One Race 2 Micro Bangers Heat One Race 3 Micro Bangers Heat Two Race 4 Ministox Heat One Race 5 Ninja Karts Heat Two Race 6 1300 Stock Cars Heat One Race 7 Hot Rods Heat Two Race 8 Micro Bangers All Comers Race 9 Ministox Heat Two Race 10 Ninja Karts Heat Three Race 11 1300 Stock Cars Heat Two Race 12 Ministox Final Race 13 Hot Rods Final Race 14 1300 Stock Cars Final Race 15 Micro Bangers All Comers 2 Race 16 Micro Bangers DD Booking List: National Micro Bangers 5 Cambo Whitley 7 Gordon Moodie 10 John McArthur 13 Dean Sievwright 14 Brandon Millar 14 James Paton 15 Harry Sievwright 16 Billy Sievwright 17 Richard Kelly 17 Kenny Purdie 21 Ben Newman 26 Lorraine McKenzie 26 Jock Campbell 27 Ash Jeffrey 42 Billy Wilson 47 Chris Burgoyne 52 Scott Dubickas 53 Dennis Dubickas 60 John Whyte 61 Rab Moore 63 Lee Moore 64 Norrie Moore 69 Ryan Murray 69 Jack Moore 70 Scott Ramsay 72 Marcus McLean 75 Josh Tracey 76 Westley McLean 78 Mike Kennedy 81 Paul McNulty Jr 83 Scott Lindsell 88 William Stawiarski 91 Ryan Harrow 96 William Mitchell 99 Lee Clarke 102 Wullie Draeger 111 Thomas Torrance 134 Josh Heeps 152 James Dillon 156 Ian Sutherland 157 Tommy Gordon 161 Stephen Van Putten 161 Billy Smith 175 Steven Thompson 176 Gary Nicholls 180 Sean McConnachie 181 Mick McManus 193 Graham Black 196 Allan Gibson 200 William Bruce 206 Greg Simpson 209 Mark Morrison 215 Douglas Ashall 217 Paul Stewart 222 John Berry 226 Brian Youngson 228 Kieran Burnett 230 Scott Paterson 231 Grant Barker 237 Scott Black 240 Brian Low 241 Zander Brown 246 Dylan Ward 247 Don Lineham 248 Alan Lineham 249 Stephen Ward 257 Gavin Simpson 272 Neil Sutherland 273 Andrew Webster 274 Jon Taylor 275 Nicol Morrison 276 Craig Lindsay 282 Finlay Davidson 283 Paul Murray 296 Michael Burton 302 Scott Greig 318 Les Waller 322 Marc Hughes 397 Daz Linton 397 Kieran McKay 410 Kev Easton 440 Pete McVay 448 Scott Dunlop 478 Craig Royal 493 Ryan Daly 600 David Ross 601 Mark Ross 618 Stuart Shevill Jr 647 David Anderson 661 Graeme Shevill 741 Scott Turner 757 Ian Cameron 780 Sean McAra 808 Paul Cuthbert 822 Paul Winfield 883 Chris Tamson 901 Ian Thomson 921 Jack Aldridge 1300 Stock Cars 9 Dale Robertson 42 Billy Wilson 49 Derek Slater 61 Rab Moore 64 Norrie Moore 68 Brian Allan 71 Gordon Alexander 124 Andrew Mathieson 125 Euan Mathieson 161 Billy Smith 228 Ian Goodall 537 Jeff Cosans 618 Stuart Shevill Jr 622 Scott Gilmour 649 Mark Slater 661 Graeme Shevill Hot Rods 17 Derek Conner 26 John Campbell 54 Adam Hylands 71 Gordon Alexander 172 Trevor Harris 209 Kym Weaver 247 Graham McCabe 344 Paul Yule 386 Mark Turricki 662 Keith Chesher 911 Harry Steward Ministox 033 Ross McWilliam 041 Charlie Boast 100 Sean Naismith 102 Chris Cartmel Jr 122 Gary Paterson 126 Danny Whyte 128 Ciaran Adams 142 James Mooney 180 Dylan Sim (P) 304 Tony Elbourn 344 Danny Elbourn 501 Josh Rayner 592 Charlie Morphey 629 Euan Millar 674 Steven Burgyone Ninja Karts 7 Charlie Hardie 14 Demi Ritchie 21 Ethan Doull 28 Mirran Adams 32 Kaydan Day 49 Connie Anderson (P) 50 Leona Anderson 60 Bailey Millar 71 Josh Bruce 84 Robbie Armit 88 Callum Brown 116 Jay Paterson 127 Lennon Grant 136 Harry Bruce 145 Rachel Kidd 178 Scott Allardyce 186 Kasey Jones 600 Lucy Millar 607 Delcan Honeyman 982 Curtis McConkey 991 Daniel Stewart

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Latest Results From Around Scotland

Please find below an archive of the season results

All meeting points are totally unofficial and are based on an automated points system built within this web site. Championship Races are scored as double points.

Show results only for

Cowdenbeath - 5th of January 2014

Mini Stocks - Format: All In
Heat 1: 629 (Euan Miller), 602, 114, 124, 135, 627, 605, 321, 624
Heat 2: 600 (Bryan Lindsay), 321, 114, 629, 627, 605, 125, 135
Final: 321 (), 114, 600, 124, 627, 135, 605

Meeting Points
No - Pts
629 - 17
602 - 9
114 - 25
124 - 14
135 - 14
627 - 17
605 - 13
321 - 22
624 - 2
600 - 18
125 - 4

Pro Stocks - Format: All In
Heat 1: 43 (Ally McDonald), 55, 183, 68, 996, 969, 70, 35, 146, 273
Heat 2: 55 (Tam Melrose), 183, 70, 996, 43, 146, 969, 145, 273, 760
Open Scottish: 183 (Tam Linden), 969, 70, 43, 273, 23, 760

Meeting Points
No - Pts
43 - 23
55 - 19
183 - 27
68 - 7
996 - 13
969 - 18
70 - 20
35 - 3
146 - 7
273 - 9
145 - 3
760 - 5
23 - 5




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