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HRP 14th March Preview
12th of March 2020

We’re back in action this Saturday night at Lochgelly Raceway for an excellent mix of contact and non contact racing!

The 1300 Stock Cars are benefiting from HRP now being the soul promotor in Scotland, and numbers really are rocketing – at the time of writing, there is 27 1300 Stock Cars booked in to race, and with still more drivers to come, things will only continue to improve. The opening meeting of the season seen a strong turn out of cars and despite damp, cold and greasy conditions, the 1300 Stock Cars put on a good showing, with one of the best finals we have seen in recent times. Craig Haxton, Graham Osbourn, and Connor Mason are amongst a number of drivers set to make their season debut. Declan Lindsell was in good form last time out, and will be looking to continue in making strides around Lochgelly Raceway. Sean Naismith was pipped to the post in the meeting final at the opening meeting, and will be hoping to get a win under his belt this weekend. John Whyte showed great pace from white grade last time out and is back out with us this weekend. John will be hoping to show the same sort of pace this weekend and take away a few good point scoring positions for his efforts. Kyle Hegg is no stranger to battles and with a great amount of experience, he’ll be hoping to bring his car home to a haul of points this weekend, and will take no prisoners in his quest to do so! It certainly looks set to be a lively event and we are sure that the 1300 Stock Cars will put on a show!

The CC Rods are back in action for the second week in succession; An excellent opening meeting seen Ian Donaldson in excellent form, whilst his 2019 challenger Lee Wotherspoon, struggled with mechanical issues throughout the evening. Ian will be hoping to make another excellent charge this Saturday night as he bids to open up an advantage in the points at the earliest opportunity in the season. Ian Taylor took to the CC Rods well last week and ended up walking away with victory in the final following the disqualification of Ian Donaldson. Lee Scott will be moving up to red grade fairly soon if he carries on the form that he started the season off in, a race win, and a couple of great results. Lee finally looks to have found a setup that works for him, and he’ll be hoping to be a mainstay in the battle for the trophies throughout the 2020 season. The non contact class often provides some excellent door to door racing and we expect nothing less from the HRP domestic class this coming Saturday too!

The 2.0 Hot Rods are in action for the first time in 2020. A number of drivers have now moved on from the formula, though, with a few of the cars being sold on in Scotland, it is hopeful that we will see a few new drivers take to the track in the coming race meetings. John Campbell leads the line up this Saturday night as he looks to battle for the coveted silver roof in the 2020 season. John is a bit of a wet weather expert and will be hoping for damp conditions, though is no slouch in the dry! Marc Fortune showed glimpses of good form towards the closing stages of the 2019 season and will be hoping to start the 2020 season better than he did 2019! It’s taken longer than Marc would have hoped for to find his feet, but he’ll be hoping to hit the ground running at the season opener this weekend. Andrew Denholm was arguably one of the most improved drivers of the 2019 season, and will be looking to kick off the season with a steady haul of points.

The Ministox have another great turnout of cars, and with over 20 cars booked to race, they’ll be looking to be the formula that has everyone talking. The youngsters consistently put on a good show, and with an incredible amount of talent on track, it’ll be hard to predict who’ll do the winning! Brandon Morton did excellent last time out, and will be looking to carry on that streak. Rachel Kidd continues to improve, and will have taken a lot of confidence from the season opener as she bids to become one of the formula front runners. 2019 Track Champion, Aaron Richards will be with us this weekend after missing the season opener. Warwick McClymont is set to make his Ministox debut all going to plan, and its great to see another youngster take to the track. Charlie Hardie, Scott Allardyce and Declan Honeyman will all be looking to get their seasons up and running after a disappointing season opener, to their standards. Rian Mitchell looks like he is back to his best after a difficult second half to the 2019 season – a number of point scoring finishes including a top three, will have given Rian a great boost ahead of our second meeting of the season for the Ministox. Jamie Dawson, Scott Smith, Freya Lovett and Max Walker all make the trip from their northern bases.

The Junior Productions look set to see Jack Dixon join the ranks, the older brother of former Ninja Kart driver, Declan. Jase Walle will be looking to add to his tally of wins this weekend as he looks to take away more trophies. Koddi Wright, the National Points Champion, will be looking to find a little more pace out of his Vauxhall Adam following on from the season opener. Kyle and Samantha Rogerson are back in action this weekend, and the Rogerson Coach Travel supported drivers will be looking to score some silverware. With a number of new drivers in the formula, it is inevitable that there will be some collisions along the way, but we are hopeful that the drivers will learn from any mistakes made in the opening meeting as they continue to improve their on track race craft.

A great line up of events in store this Saturday night, and we are looking forward to welcoming you along! First race is at 6pm, with the gates opening at 3pm! See you all then, and don’t forget, to bring a friend!

Provisional Running Order
Practice 4-5pm
Race 1 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 2 Ministox Heat 1
Race 3 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 4 CC Rods Heat 1
Race 5 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 6 Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 7 Ministox Heat 2
Race 8 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 9 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 10 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2
Race 11 Junior Productions Final
Race 12 Ministox Final
Race 13 2.0 Hot Rods Final
Race 14 CC Rods Final
Race 15 1300 Stock Cars Final

Please note, running order subject to change.


Booking Lists
Ministox
007 Charlie Hardie
028 Mirran Adams
059 Scott Smith
145 Rachel Kidd
158 Warwick Mcclymont*
165 Jamie Dawson
167 Sam Cavanagh
172 Rian Mitchell
178 Scott Allardyce
199 Mitchell Gold
210 Aaron Richards
309 Freya Lovett
445 Charlie Henry
484 Dean Heeps
603 Brandon Morton
604 Ryan Borthwick
607 Declan Honeyman
660 Bailey Millar
680 Bobby Brandon
682 Max Walker
684 Robbie Armit
699 Jay Carruthers

2.0 Hot Rods
26 Jock Campbell
64 Marc Fortune
144 Cameron Willacy
172 Derek Connor
183 Teri Linden
217 Andrew Denholm
610 Ryan Mackie
668 Kevin Stewart
888 Ger Wilson

CC Rods
20 Brian Allen
32 Ian Taylor
39 Vernon Sutherland
69 Graham Campbell
71 Emma Kirk
176 Gary Nicholls
224 Dylan Coutts
232 Andrew Nelson
267 Lee Wotherspoon
289 Kyle Hutchison
337 Lee Scott
671 Brandon Gourlay
679 Craig Watson
822 Paul Winfield

Junior Productions
8 Samantha Rogerson
17 Dylan Smart
35 Jase Walle
88 Kyle Rogerson
127 Lennon Grant
232 Harvey Sneddon
352 Koddi Wright
555 Jack MacLeod
605 John Bremner
673 Jack Dixon*
687 James Slater
871 Jensen Bell

1300 Stock Cars
06 Gregor Whyte
9 Dale Robertson
22 Steven Gold
67 Craig Haxton
75 Mike Courts
78 Stewart Aitken
88 William Stawiarski
100 Sean Naismith
111 Regan Watson
114 Darren Suddaby
118 Corey Robertson
124 Andrew Mathieson
126 Danny Whyte
146 Ricky White*
176 Stuart Wilson
255 Graham Osbourne
307 Connor Mason
325 Dougie Anderson
357 Craig Warner
506 John Downs
654 Eddie Corr
668 Fraser Clark
688 Douglas Ford
700 Rory Naismith
710 Martin McCafferty
715 Kyle Hegg
833 Scott Lindsell
834 Declan Lindsell
969 John Whyte

Whilst care is taken to compile booking lists, Hardie Race Promotions cannot be held responsible for any drivers failing to fulfil bookings.


Admission Costs
Adults: £12
Concessions: £7
12-15yrs: £7
Under 12s GO FREE

Trackside Parking available subject to availability at £5 per car.



HRP 7th March 2020
5th of March 2020

Lochgelly Raceway hosts the latest round of the National Hot Rod World Qualifying Series this Saturday night (7th March) as the pinnacle formula of non contact oval racing continue the fight on the road to World Final qualification. The UK Massage Chairs Ninja Karts, Superstox, CC Rods and ProStocks are all in action, with the first Ninja Kart race taking place at 1745.

The ultra quick National Hot Rods have seen some excellent racing over the last year or so domestically, with several equally competitive drivers challenging for the race wins. Ian Donaldson currently leads the way in the World Qualification series, with Gordon Alexander and John Sibbald not far behind – all three are expected to be in attendance on Saturday night as the battle continues. Beyond that, Roy Anderson is within touching distance of the top three places and will be hoping for a steady haul of points on Saturday to keep him in contention. Ross McWilliam looked to have found his feet in the Nationals towards the end of the 2019 year with some encouraging results – a trend he’ll hope to continue this weekend. This is the only meeting for the National Hot Rods at Lochgelly ahead of the DP Commercials European Championship weekend on the 25th and 26th April! It’s more than just a battle for World Qualification – it’s a battle to be crowned the Scottish Champion – a title that is awarded to the driver finishing first in the series!

The UKMC Ninja Karts had an excellent season in 2019 and with several drivers now having moved on from the formula, doors have been opened for other drivers to step in and fill the void. It’s great to see several new drivers take out licences for the Ninja Karts here at Lochgelly, with a few of them expected to make their debuts this weekend, including Shaun Boyle and Kai Wotherspoon. The fast paced youngsters will no doubt continue to dazzle with some excellent race craft throughout the field. National Points and Scottish Champion, Toby Tyson will start the season off as the driver to beat, however, with several drivers upping their game throughout the 2019 season, we could see several challengers for silverware this weekend; Kenzie Bell had a super end to the season and will be hoping to start 2020 off in the same fashion, whilst Hamish Plenderleith, Dougie Kidd and Chris Hay all showed signs that they are all up to the challenge too! Lewis Duffy, Aiden Duffy and Cole Ford likewise, all showed glimpses of huge potential last season, and should they get the 2020 season off to a flying start, the confidence that will give them could see them all prove challengers as the year goes on. William Plenderleith and Neave McGill will look to continue to on showing consistency on track as they aim to work there way through the grades. James Stewart, Caelan Grant and Eevie Ford will be looking to enjoy themselves on track and hope to pick up a few good results on the way as they continue to build their on track confidence. We are blessed with talent here at Lochgelly Raceway, and the future certainly bodes well with the amount of emerging youngsters starting their racing careers young. Any new driver still to complete a competence test will be able to do this on Saturday between 3pm and 3.30pm.

The Superstox start the season off this weekend as they build up toward their British Championship here at Lochgelly in September. A few drivers don’t quite have cars ready for action this weekend, but the season certainly looks good for the open wheel formula. Several new drivers enter the formula including Evan Clark, Lee Clark, Steve Grant, Colin Waddell, Ciaran Adams, Allan Adams and Ryan Dunbar, and although they won’t all be out this weekend, add them into the numbers that we seen on track last year, and it certainly looks promising. Bryan Forrest will lead the challenge this weekend, the Lochgelly Track Champion will look to get his defence of that title off to the best possible start this weekend. Dean Johnston, Aaron Riddell and Adam Low are no strangers to success with them all having taken a large amount of race victories over the last year or so, and they are all more than capable of making life difficult for others on track with all of them having no quelms about using the bumper where necessary! Cleland Joiners and Builders will be sponsoring the meeting final this weekend as they award a tyre to both the final winner, and the top white or yellow graded driver across the line.

HRP’s own CC Rod formula have been one of the most consistent formula over the last few years, with continually strong numbers and a hugely competitive field of cars. Ian Donaldson and Lee Wotherspoon were the two drivers to beat last year, however, with the likes of Paul Winfield and Andrew Nelson emerging as front runners in the latter part of the season, the race wins slowed down for the top two drivers. Add into the mix former Stock Rod drivers Gary Nicholls and Ian Taylor, this year looks set to be another competitive year for the formula. Scottish Champion Craig Watson will be hoping to keep tabs on those starting ahead of him on the grid as he looks to score a steady haul of points that will keep in in contention for the track championship throughout the season. Emma Kirk, Dylan Coutts, Brandon Gourlay and Lee Scott are all more than capable of taking race wins, and will be looking to show consistency on track this year in their quest for silverware.

The ProStock formula has had some question marks around the future over the last year, with Northern Ireland dropping them from their roster over the closed season. However, there remains a keen optimism for the formula here at Lochgelly, with several new drivers licencing for the 2020 season, alongside those who raced last year. The early booking list isn’t quite as many as we would like, however, having double figures booked in for the first meeting of the season, isn’t a major worry, with the expectation of numbers to rise in the coming weeks and months.

Ensure you join us on Saturday for what should be an entertaining 5 formula line up, with the first race at 1745 for the Ninja Karts white and yellow event.

Spectator gates open at 3pm.


Provisional Running Order
Practice 1600-1700
Race 1 (1745) Ninja Karts Whites / Yellows
Race 2 National Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 3 CC Rods Heat 1
Race 4 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 5 Ninja Karts Heat 1
Race 6 Superstox Heat 1
Race 7 National Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 8 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 9 Ninja Karts Heat 2
Race 10 ProStocks Heat 2
Race 11 Superstox Heat 2
Race 12 National Hot Rods Final
Race 13 Ninja Karts Heat 3
Race 14 CC Rods Final
Race 15 ProStocks Final
Race 16 Superstox Final

Running order subject to change.

A drivers briefing will take place at the bottom of the tunnel at 1720. All drivers required to attend. View Briefing Notes.

Please note, running order subject to change.


Booking Lists
Ninja Karts
6 Hamish Plenderleith
9 William Plenderleith
27 Kaden Connor
31 James Stewart
45 Dougie Kidd
49 Connie Anderson
66 Neave McGill
74 Aiden Duffy
90 Katie Lee Smart
112 Jack Baird
117 Caelan Grant
136 Shaun Boyle
227 Jack Connor
267 Kal Wotherspoon
297 Lewis Linton
323 Rory Burrell
388 Cold Ford
501 Saul Galloway
529 Mathew McIntyre
562 Keiron Hay
636 Lewis Duffy
696 Bailey Wilson
721 Kenzie Bell
809 Toby Tyson
888 Eevie Ford
901 Candice Smart

Superstox
26 Evan Clark
34 Campbell Scott
39 Lee Clark
55 Lee Livingston
57 Colin Waddell
65 Steve Grant
119 Aaron Riddell
178 Mark Dews
309 Bryan Forrest
426 Michael Taylor
446 Dean Johnston
611 Adam Low

CC Rods
20 Brian Allen
32 Ian Taylor
39 Vernon Sutherland
69 Graham Campbell
71 Emma Kirk
176 Gary Nicholls
198 Aiden Wiseman
224 Dylan Coutts
232 Andy Nelson
267 Lee Wotherspoon
289 Kyle Hutchison
337 Lee Scott
671 Brandon Gourlay
679 Craig Watson
700 Ian Donaldson
822 Paul Winfield

ProStocks
3 Ryan Martin
38 Stuart Hall
55 Tam Melrose
123 David Russell
133 Lee Kopacz
145 Dougie Kidd
162 Graeme Fleming
297 David Linton
401 Aaron Lithgow
577 Craig Millar
672 Jason McAlpine
710 Robert Welsh

National Hot Rods
To follow.

Whilst care is taken to compile booking lists, Hardie Race Promotions cannot be held responsible for any drivers failing to fulfil bookings.


Admission Costs
Adults: £12
Concessions: £7
12-15yrs: £7
Under 12s GO FREE
Trackside Parking available subject to availability at £5 per car.



2020 Season Opener
25th of February 2020

The 2020 season kicks off in style with the BIG VAN BANGERS with us for our season opener.

The National Big Ban Bangers will be racing for the Shaun Walsh Memorial Trophy, which was last year won by Neil Naismith. It is also the first round of the Scrap A Car Scotland Track Championship for the 2020 season. Naisy will be doing his utmost to retain the title - the one title that he always wants to win. The 2019 season finished with an excellent Van Banger meeting and we hope that the season opener will be much the same quality! With over 20 vans currently booked into race, with a couple over from Northern Ireland, there will be a lot of on track action and excitement! The National Big Van Bangers have become a huge hit here at Lochgelly Raceway with huge excitement around the terraces with the superb on track entertainment provided by the drivers. Lee Lopacz and Callum Campbell will be looking to take the glory for Team Mob, whilst various Team ? drivers are also expected to be in attendance, notably Lee Clarke, Graham Watt and Josh Heeps amongst others. The evening will be rounded off with a crowd favourite DEMOLITION DERBY!!! Don't forget to visit the Scrap A Car Scotland website, www.scrapacarscotland.com, with them offering excellent rates on scrap car pickups.

The 1300 Stock Cars kick off their season as they gear up towards the World Championship event here at Lochgelly in September. It is the first of the Ringtone Race Painter and MR Coachworks events as well which will give added incentive for the drivers to participate. An influx of new drivers has seen the number of core drivers rocket over the closed season and with that in mind, the 2020 season looks set to be one of the best in a number of years for the bumper brigade. As well as an influx of new drivers, we have seen a number of former drivers return with some new machinery for the season as they aim to hit the ground running. Andrew Mathieson and Danny Whyte have both shown off their new cars in recent weeks, with Mathiesons being on display at the Motorsport with Attitude show at the beginning of February. Sean and Rory Naismith are both expected to have new or refurbed cars ahead of the new season. Sean Naismith won the track championship at the final meeting of the 2019 season ahead of Eddie Corr after an epic battle in the closing parts of the season, and both will be looking to start their 2019 campaigns off to the best possible start. Fraser Clark, Scott Lindsell and Gregor Whyte are just a few of the new HRP drivers due to be in attendance. Darren Suddaby is hoping to make his debut in the formula having purchased the ex Danny Whyte car. A number of other new drivers to HRP are expected to be in attendance as the 1300 Stock Cars look to become Scotland's top formula.

The Ministox had a great 2019 season and are in action at our season opener. The youngsters never fail to entertain with some superb racing seen here at Lochgelly Raceway. Sam Cavanagh started 2019 late and showed some good potential, he will be looking to take some of that momentum into the new season. Rachel Kidd and Charlie Hardie will be hoping to establish themselves as some of the top drivers in the formula having had half a season in the formula last year since graduating from the Ministox. Robbie Armit, Scott Allardyce and the likes of National Points Champion, Mitch Gold will have to hit the ground running to avoid losing ground in the ultra competitive formula. A number of new drivers are due to join the Ministox class, with Scott Smith being one of them who is already booked in to attend the season opener.

The Stock Rods, sponsored by C-Thru Windows, are with us following a season dominated primarily by Siobhan Martin, though Darren McAlpine, Gary Dean and Chris Lattka all showed the speed and capability to match her on occasions, though all seemed to lack the same consistency. They will all be hoping to up their game and take the battle to Siobhan in the 2020 season! The non contact class has generally provided some excellent racing over the years, and with Dean McGill and Lee McGill joining the ranks, the competition on track will only continue to intensify in the quest for World Qualification!

The Junior Productions look set for a healthy season with a great amount of interest being shown in the formula. The non contact formula excelled in 2019 and is already shaping up for a bigger and better 2020 season with more race dates and more drivers! Koddi Wright will likely remain the driver to beat, however, will find the going tough from the back of the grid with a larger field of cars. Harvey Sneddon, Dylan Smart and Lennon Grant will be pushing for race victories from the outset, whilst the likes of Jack MacLeod, James Slater and Samantha Rogerson are all expected to make their debut in the Junior Production class at our season opener, whilst Sam Percy is expected to be over from Northern Ireland for the event.

Ensure you join us at Lochgelly Raceway on Saturday 29th February for our 2020 season opener; First race 6pm!

The provisional running order is as follows;

Race 1 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 2 Ministox Heat 1
Race 3 Stock Rods Heat 1
Race 4 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 5 Van Bangers Shaun Walsh Memorial
Race 6 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2
Race 7 Ministox Heat 2
Race 8 Stock Rods Heat 2
Race 9 Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 10 Van Bangers Heat 1
Race 11 1300 Stock Cars Final
Race 12 Ministox Final
Race 13 Stock Rods Final
Race 14 Junior Productions Final
Race 15 Van Bangers Heat 2 into DD

There will be pre-meeting practice between 1600 and 1700.

Gates will open for spectators at 1500. Drivers sign in will open at 1500.

Please note, running order subject to change.


Booking Lists
Van Bangers
3 Ryan Martin
11 Gav Fletcher
14 James Paton
46 Barry Jarman
74 Jamie Sangster
99 Lee Clarke
125 Rodney Herron
133 Lee Kopacz
134 Josh Heeps
152 Jim Dillon
159 Calum Campbell
209 Mark Morrison
217 Paul Strathdee
226 Brian Youngson
253 Jimmy Kerr
511 Simon Thomson
579 Graham Watt
681 Adam Jaimson
766 Rab Wharry
880 Neil Naismith
882 Roger Seymour
883 Chris Thomson
901 Derek Wilson

1300 Stock Cars
06 Gregory Whyte
22 Steven Gold
75 Mike Courts
100 Sean Naismith
111 Regan Watson
114 Darren Suddaby
118 Corey Robertson
124 Andrew Mathieson
126 Danny Whyte
176 Stuart Wilson
307 Connor Mason
325 Dougie Anderson
344 Ross Fisher
506 John Downs
688 Douglas Ford
700 Rory Naismith
710 Martin McCafferty
833 Scott Lindsell
834 Declan Lindsell
969 John Whyte

Ministox
007 Charlie Hardie
028 Mirran Adams
059 Scott Smith
165 Jamie Dawson
167 Sam Cavanagh
178 Scott Allardyce
199 Mitchell Gold
309 Freya Lovett
445 Charlie Henry
660 Bailey Millar
682 Max Walker

Stock Rods
25 Siobhan Martin
27 Gary Dean
46 Stewart Paterson
184 Peter Thomson
232 Brett Sneddon
248 David Crichton
263 Dean McGill
363 Lee McGill
658 Chris Lattka
671 Ross Graham
721 Darren McAlpine

Junior Productions
5 Jack Beresford
8 Samantha Rogerson
17 Dylan Smart
35 Jase Walle
50 Leona Anderson
88 Kyle Rogerson
94 Katie Armit
127 Lennon Grant
188 Jamie Stewart
232 Harvey Sneddon
352 Koddi Wright
555 Jack MacLeod
605 John Bremner
673 Jack Dixon
687 James Slater
871 Jensen Bell
933 Sam Percy

* Lists updated 25th February 2020

Whilst care is taken to compile booking lists, Hardie Race Promotions cannot be held responsible for any drivers failing to fulfil bookings.


Admission Costs
Adults £12
Concession £7
12-15ys £7
Under 12s GO FREE

Trackside parking available at an additional £5 per car subject to availability.



HRP Season Finale
7th of November 2019

Wow, it's been quite some season here at Lochgelly Raceway with many great races, talking points and on track action. It is hard to believe that we are now at the end of our season already and we intend to go out with a bang on Saturday 9th November with a the eagerly anticipated Big Van Banger Scottish Championship, PLUS a Firework display operated by Edinburgh Firework Store.

Gav Fletcher won the Van Banger Scottish Championship in 2018 and will be back out doing his utmost to win it for the second year in succession, though will have some opposition on track looking to thrwart his chances of success. A record turn out for the Van Bangers at Lochgelly Raceway is expected with over 20 vans booked in to race, with more expected on the night. A host of Team ? drivers are looking to end their seasons on a high note and will all be out to put on a show.. Lee Clarke, Josh Heeps, Derek Wilson, Graham Watt and Gary Mentiplay will all be out in the Team colours, alongside reigning Scottish Champion Gav Fletcher. The well respected Team Mob are also expected to have a good turnout of vans on track, with Jim Dillon expected to return to action for the first time in 2019 at Lochgelly. He'll be racing in the white and blue Mob colours alongside Chris Thomson, Neil Naismith, Callum Campbell and one or two others. Van Banger World Cup Champion Marcus Chant is expected to be in attendance as he looks to add the Scottish title to his list of achievements. The evening will finish off with a Demolition Derby for the Van Bangers as they drivers look to finish off their 2019 seasons in style!!

The Superstox are back in action for the second week in succession and will be looking to entertain throughout the evening. A good outing last week for the formula seen a lot of on track action with some superb battles throughout the night. This week we expect no different, with a few visiting drivers joining us on grid, including former World Champion Colin Aylward and Randal Lynn. Mark Dews will also return following a period on the sidelines. National Points Champion Bryan Forrest will be looking to finish the season on a high as he aims to continue to add to his tally of wins for the year. Scottish Champion Barry Stephen and the likes of Adam Low, Aaron Riddell and Mark Brady will be hoping to stop Bryan in his tracks though as they look to put their front bumpers to good effect throughout the evening.

The ProStocks have seen an upturn in the quality of racing throughout the second half of the season with car numbers picking up as well as the season winds down. With this being the final meeting of the 2019 season, the drivers will no doubt be out to entertain and steal the plaudits from the Van Bangers.. Tam Melrose and Ross Stewart have both recently returned to action and have been performing well since their return. Dougie Kidd has been in good form since changing to the Corsa, whilst early season pace setters David Linton and Lee Kopacz will also be in action. The 'nudge and spin' formula has the potential to be entertaining with a few scores to settle amongst drivers on the night.. Hopefully it'll all be kept within the rule book though.

The 2.0 Hot Rods have had a good season, muchly dominated by Jim Pitcaithly with Jim taking the Scottish Championship and National Points crown for the 2019 season. However, as much as the 91 car has took the honours, it's not all been plain sailing with a number of great drivers out on track, he's been made to work hard for a lot of the wins. Brian Wilson has had a good season, taking a few wins along the way and being one of the quickest cars on track at times. Brian will be looking to find the form and luck that has elluded him in the last couple of meetings. Wayne Lee joins us again as the Englishman makes the trip north to be with us on the final outing of the season. Andrew Denholm, Kevin Stewart, Derek Connor, Tam Linden and Gerry Hendry will all be looking to leave with a haul of points and their cars intact though could find the going tough as they look to overcome some of the lower grade drivers, with Ger Wilson and Cameron Willacy both showing good pace in there most recent outings.

The 2.0 Hot Rods are joined by the National Hot Rods for the final World Qualifing Round of the 2019 year. The Nationals have seen some excellent racing and the battle for the points looks to be closer than ever before, with Gordon Alexander looking to take the title, though the likes of Kenny Purdie, Ian Donaldson, John Sibbald, Ian McGuigan and Roy Anderson take the challenge to the lead two drivers.

Information
- Spectator gates open at 1pm on Saturday with the first race being 5pm.
- Drivers sign in will open at 1pm as well, all van bangers should park on the hard standing area of the pits.
- Trackside parking is available on a first come first served basis at £5 per vehicle with availability limited. This cannot be reserved. Cars should park a doors opening width apart. Vans and Campers should only park on the top two tiers. Any vehicles parked inconsideratly may be charged for a second space.
- Admission Costs; Adults £16; Concessions (Blue Badge / OAP) £10; 12-15 years £10; Under 12s go FREE.

Booking Lists
Van Bangers
6 Ross Munro
7 Calvin McVay
11 Gav Fletcher
22 Jake Cameron
46 Ryan Waugh
46 Barry Jarman
52 Scott Dubickas
64 Norman Moore
95 Ben Bawden
99 Lee Clarke
134 Josh Heeps
152 Jim Dillon
159 Calum Campbell
162 Ewan Bruce
164 Gary Mentiplay
176 Stuart Wilson
511 Simon Thomson
579 Graham Watt
598 Sean Rankin
600 Marcus Chant
750 Raymond Brown
754 Scott Wilson
880 Neil Naismith
883 Chris Thomson
901 Derek Wilson

2.0 Hot Rods
23 Ryan Adamson
99 Wayne Lee
144 Cameron Willacy
147 Gerry Hendry
172 Derek Connor
183 Tam Linden
196 Allan Gibson
217 Andrew Denholm
323 Trevor Calvin
610 Ryan Mackie
668 Kevin Stewart
696 Brian Wilson
888 Ger Wilson

Superstox
51 Colin Aylward
113 Darren MacDonald
119 Aaron Riddell
171 Mark Brady
178 Mark Dews
217 Jack Turbitt
265 Barry Stephen
309 Bryan Forrest
426 Michael Taylor
453 Kenny McKenzie
492 Randal Lynn
562 Chris Hay
611 Adam Low

ProStocks
3 Ryan Martin
20 Brian Allen
55 Tam Melrose
122 John Jackson
133 Lee Kopacz
145 Dougie Kidd
170 Ian Christie
231 Grant Barker
297 David Linton
327 David Izzat
710 Robert Welsh
754 Scott Wilson


National Hot Rods
To Follow.

Provisional Running Order
Race 1 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 2 Superstox Heat 1
Race 3 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 4 National Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 5 Van Bangers Scottish Championship
Race 6 ProStocks Heat 2
Race 7 Superstox Heat 2
Race 8 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 9 National Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 10 Van Bangers Heat 1
Race 11 ProStocks Final
Race 12 Superstox Final
Race 13 2.0 Hot Rods Final
Race 14 National Hot Rods Final
Race 15 Van Bangers Heat 2
Race 16 Van Bangers DD




HRP 02-11 Summary
3rd of November 2019

Many thanks to all that joined us tonight at Lochgelly Raceway as we run through around 22 races in the evening in what was a difficult evening to organise, but the event went as well as can be expected with a great result!

Some great racing was had from the 1300 Stock Cars, Micro Bangers and Superstox across the evening with plenty of on track action. Unfortunately time ran out and we were unable to run our planned demolition derby for the Micro Bangers.

We hope that everyone that had passenger experiences left with a great buzz and enjoyed there time on track.

The ladies 1300 race went well and raised a great amount of money for a couple of great causes. Well done ladies!

Many thanks to all the CC Rod and Hot Rod drivers that volunteered there time, cars and safety equipment to make tonight possible.

Thank you the the Freck family for joining us tonight as we marked the occasion.

Congratulations to Fraser Clark on winning the Michelle Freck Memorial on it’s first staging.

It was great to see so many 1300 Stock Cars on track tonight in what we hope is something that can be a regular occurrence.

Finally, thank you to all that participated, sponsored or donated in our efforts to raise a great sum of money for two great charities. A superb sum of £7235.50 was raised tonight and will be split between SAMH and Strathcarron Hospice.

Finally, thank you to Beauty Pit Stop and Gilmore Engineering for sponsoring tonight’s event

We are back next weekend with our final meeting of the 2019 season as we host the Van Banger Scottish Championship and Firework Finale!



2019 October Speed Weekend
10th of October 2019

The time is almost upon us for what promises to be one of the biggest banger events Scotland has seen in the 21st centuary. With upto 140 Micro Bangers booked to compete at the Ace Car Disposals Micro Banger World Cup weekend, and a healthy grid of Junior Bangers, ProStocks and Junior Productions, it's shaped up to be a lively event!

Josh Vowden has won the Micro Banger World Cup each of the last 2 years - can he make it three years in a row?? With a change to the way that the event has been run over the last couple of years, we will see 2 last chances take place with upto 50 cars in each of them with only the top 7 making it through to the main event - we already have just under 40 seeded entries for the World Cup race itself; This will mean that the the World Cup race should have over 50 cars on the grid, where an Incarace style draw will determine the starting line up for the race itself. As well as the World Cup up for grabs, there are a number of entertainer awards on offer throughout the weekend, which could see a number of drivers go out to try and get those awards, rather than to win.. which could result in some very entertaining and eventful races!! The Sunday will see the Micro Banger Open Scottish Championship up for grabs, with all cars being eligible for the races on Sunday, it could be a present a massive field of cars! The Micro Bangers will round out the weekend with a Demolition Derby event to finish the weekend in style!!

The Junior Bangers will have the biggest field of cars that Lochgelly Raceway has seen from the formula in it's history, with around 25 Junior Bangers expected to be in attendance as they battle it out for their Open Scottish Championship on Saturday, and their Fife Championship on Sunday; Historically, the Junior Bangers have provided some excellent racing and although not strictly a full contact formula, always provide on track entertainment!

The Junior Productions will be racing for their LC Engineer Open Scottish Championship on Saturday and Diamond Self Storage Fife Championship on Sunday. With a host of visiting drivers, as well as an array of our own drivers, there looks set to be between 15 and 20 cars on track for the weekend. Enough, to certainly put on a show over the 2 days. The youngsters have blossomed here at Lochgelly this year with a steady increase in car numbers throughout the year as the formula continues to grow. The Northern Irish drivers though, seem to have the pace and will be looking to take the honours across the Irish sea this weekend!

The ProStocks are with us at they race for their British Championship. A few Northern Irish drivers are making the trip over to join us for the weekend and will be looking to take the British Championship across the water with them upon return. Our Scottish drivers though, will be doing their utmost to ensure the title returns to Scotland. Around 20 cars are expected to be in attendance for the ProStock formula. The Christopher Burke Memorial trophy will be up for grabs on the Sunday afternoon for the ProStocks.

The CC Rods join us on Sunday and will be racing for the Bill and Ciaran Hawkes Memorial Trophy. The CC Rods have had some excellent races of late, with a host of new drivers joining the formula and stepping up quickly, making it more difficult for the star grade drivers to come through and claim victories.

The 2019 National Micro Banger World Cup, sponsored by ACE Car Disposal and Spares is the headline event of our FOURTH speed weekend of 2019, 12th and 13th October 2019

Alongside the Micro Bangers, the ProStocks will be competing for the British Championship, whilst the Junior Bangers, Junior Productions and CC Rods complete the line up across the two days.

CC Rods are Sunday only.

Event Guide
- Spectator gates will open at 1300 on Saturday 12th October and at 1130 on Sunday 13th October
- Drivers will be able to arrive at the venue from 9am on Saturday morning. Drivers will be able to sign in from 1130am.
- Practice will take place from 1500-1530 and will only be open to ProStock formula and Junior Productions
- The racing will commence at 1630 on Saturday and 1300 on Sunday.
- On the day wristbands can ONLY be purchased from the main reception. There will NO wristbands sold from the drivers' sign in office.
- 2 covered areas to keep you sheltered whatever the weather
- Trackside parking available on a first come first served basis.

Admission Costs -
Saturday
Adults £17
Concessions £10
12-15 £10
Under 12s Free
Trackside Parking £5

Sunday
Adults £15
Concessions £9
12-15 £9
Under 12s Free
Trackside Parking £5

There are almost 140 Bangers booked into race and ready to put on an excellent showing across both Saturday and Sunday! The lists can be found below for the formula that are racing both days at the speedweekend (Correct at time of publication)

Micro Bangers Booking List
Seeded Entrants For World Cup
11 Gavin Fletcher
12 Phillippa Prestage
24 Stephen Boyd
40 Lester Freestone
63 William McFaul
74 Jamie Sangster
84 Jack Ansell
99 Lee Clarke
112 Daz Prestage
118 Kenneth Scollon
127 Mark Boyle
134 Josh Heeps
164 Gary Mentiplay
174 Aaron Smith
180 Sean McConnachie
181 Grant Doe
209 Mark Morrison
226 Brian Youngson
246 Graham Grant
274 Jon Taylor
275 Ryan Sangster
342 Ryley Freestone
352 Ben Mynott
354 Josh Vowden
360 Jack Reynolds
374 Jake Carter
400 Lee Kingsworth
412 Callum Lacey
475 Chris Speirs
477 Jack Speirs
478 Craig Royal
638 Darren Rae
676 Frank Boardman
717 Adam Robinson
760 Joey Reynolds
830 Lee White
949 Tony Fidoe

Last Chance Race 1
3 Ryan Martin
14 James Paton
20 Alan Molloy
22 Douglas McConnachie
27 Liam Glendinning
30 Josh Tonks
36 Matty Henbrow
46 Phil Flannery
57 George Boult Jnr *
60 Dan Croskell
85 Nathan Thurlow
101 Cieran Harmer
109 Andrew Molloy
120 Lewis Fallows
123 Rob Smith
129 Ben Moll
141 Jake Stewart
146 Dan Wigman
160 Jamie Warr
166 Andy Armstrong
183 Lee Scriven
208 Oddy Gamble
219 Ben Lewis Thompson
222 Craig Dougan
226 Karl Smith
231 Callum Lamont
233 Daniel Sinclair
240 Brian Low
256 Chris Moon
310 John Nicholson
343 Carl Davis
380 Lee Hopkins
409 Charlie Murrell
421 Josh Mayo
442 Tyler Ivins
448 Jay Bryam
513 Steve Gallagher
573 Oggie Ogden
583 Dan Weeks
621 Gareth Gruff Parker
634 Ben Green
664 Ryan Sutcliffe
711 Tom Mackenzie
759 Chris Oldcorn
823 Jamie Murrell
846 Ste Flannery
908 Lewis Judd
917 Mathew Peterson
919 Adam Peterson
999 Dan Cliffe

Last Chance Race 2
13 Bobby Palin
16 John Paton
21 Dave Watson
23 James Geddes
29 David Mawdsley
32 Connor Byram
38 Jason Greener
49 Liam Boden
58 Ryan Thompson
79 Michael Byram
99 Charlie Athersmith
105 Gordon Gibson
110 Garrie Mirza
114 Adam Jackson
122 Lee Waddington
124 James Gregory
137 Daniel Edwards
144 Matt Woodcock
147 Leighton Cain
161 Stephen Van Putten
166 Mark Fletcher
199 Shady Gough
217 Matt Smith
224 Kevin Gumble
232 Ryan Fretter
236 Paul Rozynski
247 Don Lineham
250 Peter Thompson
265 Tamzin Gordon
273 Andrew Webster
340 Wes Freestone
364 Bradley Lee
385 Jason Todd
440 Peter McVay
441 John Mitchinson
444 Charlie Jackson
479 Dale Jakubowski
566 Hamish Gilfillan
579 Graham Watt
623 Matty MacFarlane
642 Tony Glendinning
666 Roberto Jay
798 Jack Catteral
825 Joe Murrell
842 Barry Innes
901 Derek Wilson
914 John Nelson
918 John Peterson
950 Scott Gamble

Junior Bangers
06 Thomas Rawthorne
08 Finlay Damon
14 Will Walmsley
50 James Slater
68 Maisie Armstrong
90 Joey Holmes
112 Coby Prestage
131 Harley Mcarthy
199 Jobie Gough
211 Kai Newby
229 Harry Cobb
239 Mollie Taylor
303 Morgan Hill
308 Joss Proctor
327 Rocco Trench
352 Koddi Wright
418 Lauren Connelly
476 Freddie Speirs
546 Lachlan Horlacher
555 Harry Gelsthorp
603 Brandon Morton
608 Lenny Murkin
622 Harvey Webb
665 Shelby Cooke
800 Jacob Rushton
999 Louis Cotterell

Junior Productions
5 Jack Beresford
9 Amy Devine
17 Dylan Smart
35 Jas Walle
50 Leona Anderson
88 Kyle Rogerson
112 Chloe Baird
127 Lennon Grant
232 Harvey Sneddon
352 Koddi Wright
605 John Bremner
698 Mark Crawford
871 Jensen Bell
902 Matthew Nicholl
903 Adam McFall
917 Graham Meek
933 Samuel Percy
984 Sam McNeice

ProStocks
1 Dean McGill
16 Dean Abercrombie
17 Scott Tomlinson
23 Ryan Cameron
39 Boab Hamilton
63 William McFaul
79 Sean Devine
122 John Jackson
133 Lee Kopacz
133 Steven Haugh
145 Dougie Kidd
162 Grumm Fleming
170 Ian Christie
231 Grant Barker
327 David Izatt (Sun)
401 Aaron Lithgow
638 Darren Rae
710 Boab Welsh
719 Dylan Booth
754 Scott Wilson
900 Lee Smart
922 Jason Miller

CC Rods (Sunday Only)
9 Vernon Sutherland
13 Shane Allen
20 Brian Allen
28 Sandy Allen
69 Graham Campbell
71 Emma Kirk
176 Gary Nicholls
224 Dylan Coutts
232 Andrew Nelson
267 Lee Wotherspoon
289 Kyle Hutchison
337 Lee Scott
518 Daniel MacDonald
671 Brandon Gourlay
679 Craig Watson
822 Paul Winfield


Provisional Running Orders
Saturday
Race 1 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 2 Micro Bangers LC 1
Race 3 Micro Bangers LC 2
Race 4 Junior Bangers Open Scottish
Race 5 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 6 Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 7 Micro Bangers World Cup
Race 8 Junior Bangers H1
Race 9 Prostocks Heat 2
Race 10 Junior Productions Open Scot.
Race 11 Micro Bangers Half Cars
Race 12 Micro Bangers Half Cars (If Required)
Race 13 Junior Bangers H2
Race 14 ProStock British
Race 15 Micro Bangers AC (Only if race 12 not required and subject to time)

It is expected that 7 cars from each last chance race will qualify - this figure may change dependent on numbers on the day.

Sunday - All Cars, All Races
Race 1 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 2 CC Rods Heat 1
Race 3 Junior Bangers H1
Race 4 ProStocks H1
Race 5 Micro Bangers Open Scottish
Race 6 Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 7 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 8 Junior Bangers H2
Race 9 ProStocks H2
Race 10 Micro Bangers All Comers
Race 11 Junior Productions Fife Champ.
Race 12 CC Rods Final
Race 13 Junior Bangers Fife Champ.
Race 14 ProStocks Final
Race 15 Micro Bangers All Comers
Race 16 Micro Bangers DD

Please note - Hardie Race Promotions cannot be held responsible for the non attendance of any driver. We publish lists and numbers in good faith that drivers will honour the bookings.
Running orders subject to change.



HRP Preview 21-09
19th of September 2019

It's the second successive weeks at Lochgelly Raceway with TWO Scottish Championships up for grab!!

The Junior Productions have been an ever improving formula throughout the 2019 season and with just shy of 15 cars booked into race this weekend, the Rogerson Coach Travel Scottish Championship is going to be a hotly contested event. The all action 1300 Stock Cars are also racing for their Scottish Championship; the bumper brigade will be out to put on a show and it is expected that the Scottish Championship race may be a fiercely contested event, one that you don't want to miss!!

The Junior Productions started the season off with around 8 cars and numbers have grown substantially as the season has went on. With the emergence of the likes of Kyle Rogerson and Jensen Bell, there is no one driver who you would say is a sure thing to take the honours this weekend. There will be a new champion however, as reigning champion Cameron Willacy has now moved on from the formula and is unable to defend the championship. Koddi Wright and Harvey Sneddon will likely start as pre race favourites as they have been the most consistent drivers throughout the course of the season, however, with the likes of Logan Tweedie and Jamie Stewart having recently joined the formula, the competition has certainly improved. Amy Devine and Dylan Smart have both also shown good speed in recent meetings and are capable of challenging for the race wins. 2 reverse grid heats will determine the grid for the Scottish Championship race with the grids being drawn prior to the race meeting commencing.

The 1300 Stock Cars Scottish Championship is currently held by Zak Gilmour and at the time of writing, Zak is not booked in to defend the championship having sold his car a few weeks ago. The main race will be drawn from a hat which will make the race a bit of a lottery and those up front may not necessarily be in the best place depending on who starts behind!! Sean Naismith has been the inform driver in recent weeks and will fancy his chances of taking success. Danny Whyte and Eddie Corr will also fancy their chances, with both drivers having the speed and ability to be challenging, however, much will depend on who survives the race as there is likely to be a lot of action. Andrew Mathieson, Steven Gold and Rory Naismith will all be looking to be in the mix of things as well and none of the three are afraid to get involved in a bumper match! Billy Wilson returns to action and the former Scottish Champion will be hoping to make it entertaining as he looks to come through from the back of the grid. Thomas Smith makes his 1300 Stock Car debut as well!

The Stock Rods are a little down on numbers with a few drivers missing due to other commitments, however that should open up the opportunity for a number of other drivers to step up and take the plaudits for the success - Gary Dean and Darren McAlpine will be hoping to capitalise with Chris Lattka and Siobhan Martin both missing from action. However, Kerr Paterson makes a return to racing this weekend, and the former British Champion will be hoping to hit the ground running. Andy Grant has been in excellent form of late from blue grade, and will be hoping to continue that this weekend as he aims to make a return to red grade. Stewart Paterson has a choice of cars to use this weekend having purchased the Gary Nicholls car as well.

The CC Rods are back with us for the 2nd week in succession. Gary Nicholls intends to make an appearance in the ex Ian Taylor CC Rod this weekend as he looks to end the season before recharging his batteries for 2020. Lee Wotherspoon is expected to be back with us this weekend, despite suffering some damage last week as he continues his battle for the track championship with Ian Donaldson. Andrew Nelson and Paul Winfield are both back with us having made their debut's last weekend and will be looking to continue to get to know the cars and the track. The non contact formula have been in excellent form yet again throughout 2019 and have seen a lot of good racing and continue to do so here at Lochgelly Raceway.

The Ministox are with us for the first time since their National Championship weekend, and good numbers are again expected. Over 20 cars are booked into race, including a number of drivers who are making their debut in the formula - Dean Heeps and Lia Heeps. Dean has recently been raising Ninja Karts but has recently became to old so makes the jump straight into the Ministox. Charlie Hardie has had a difficult time of it of late since moving upto red grade, however will be hoping to get a bit of luck at his home track this weekend as he looks to score some points. Mitch Gold has opened up a bit of a gap at the top of the national points charts as the battle goes on between himself, Scott Allardyce and Ciaran Adams. Aaron Richards has a good gap at the top of the track championship, almost 100 points ahead of his nearest challenger Taylor Borthwick. An incredible effort has been put in by Aaron and his team this year to be with us at every meeting so far. Taylor herself though, was in excellent form last time here at Lochgelly as she secured the National Championship title after an epic battle and last lap challenge with Aaron Richards.

Join us on Saturday 21st September for an entertaining 5 formula line up!

Pre Meeting practice will take place from 1530-1630.

Provisional Running Order
Race 1 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 2 Stock Rods Heat 1
Race 3 CC Rods Heat 1
-- 1300 Stock Car Parade Lap [Driver must have overalls] --
Race 4 1300 Stock Cars Scottish Championship
Race 5 Ministox Heat 1
Race 6 Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 7 Stock Rods Heat 2
Race 8 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 9 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 10 Ministox Heat 2
-- Junior Productions Parade Lap [Driver must have overalls] --
Race 11 Junior Productions Scottish Championship
Race 12 Stock Rods Final
Race 13 CC Rods Final
Race 14 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2
Race 15 Ministox Heat 2


Booking Lists
Stock Rods
7 Andy Grant
27 Gary Dean
40 Chris Leslie
46 Stewart Paterson
52 Alan Cuthbert
67 Kerr Paterson
184 Peter Thomson*
248 David Crichton
557 Jock McEwan
721 Darren McAlpine
878 Chris Dearn

Junior Productions
5 Jack Beresford
9 Amy Devine
17 Dylan Smart
35 Jas Walle
50 Leona Anderson
88 Kyle Rogerson
112 Chloe Baird
127 Lennon Grant
174 Logan Tweedie
188 Jamie Stewart
232 Harvey Sneddon
352 Koddi Wright
605 John Bremner
871 Jensen Bell

1300 Stock Cars
4 Tommy Smith
10 Patrick Calderwood
20 Sandy Allen
22 Steven Gold
33 Scott Mair
42 Billy Wilson
75 Michael Courts
88 William Stawiarski
100 Sean Naismith
110 Craig Connelly
111 Regan Watson
118 Corey Robertson
124 Andrew Mathieson
126 Danny Whyte
654 Eddie Corr
700 Rory Naismith
969 John Whyte

CC Rods
9 Vernon Sutherland
13 Shane Allen
69 Graham Campbell
71 Emma Kirk
176 Gary Nicholls
224 Dylan Coutts
232 Andy Nelson
267 Lee Wotherspoon
289 Kyle Hutchison
337 Lee Scott
518 Daniel MacDonald*
671 Brandon Gourlay
679 Craig Watson
822 Paul Winfield

Ministox
7 Charlie Hardie
21 Ethan Doull
28 Mirran Adams
50 Ross Lawrence
67 Melissa Maver
111 Koddi Wright
128 Ciaran Adams
145 Rachel Kidd
159 Lia Heeps
165 Jamie Dawson
172 Rian Mitchell
178 Scott Allardyce
199 Mitchell Gold
210 Aaron Richards
484 Dean Heeps
603 Brandon Morton
612 Jay Paterson
627 Andrew Scott
629 Taylor Borthwick
648 Robbie Hamilton
682 Max Walker
684 Robbie Armit
688 Lauren Ford




2019 Micro World Cup
17th of September 2019

Less than 4 weeks until the 2019 Micro Banger World Cup at Lochgelly Raceway, PLUS the 2019 ProStock British Championship!

The booking list for the Micro Bangers can be found below. Don’t forget to join the event to ensure your updated with any updates to lists etc.

A reminder that the deadline for advance weekend tickets for it is the 30th September. Ensure you’ve bought them before that date to ensure you save against on the gate prices. You can purchase them via shop.hardieracepromotions.co.uk

Current Booking List - (S) denotes seeded entrant.
3 Ryan Martin
11 Gavin Fletcher (S)
12 Phillippa Prestage (S)
13 Bobby Palin
14 James Paton
16 John Paton
20 Alan Molloy
21 Dave Watson
22 Douglas McConnachie
23 James Geddes
24 Stephen Boyd (S)
27 Liam Glendinning
29 David Mawdsley
30 Josh Tonks
32 Connir Bryam
36 Matty Henbrow
38 Jason Greener
40 Lester Freestone
46 Phil Flannery
49 Liam Boden
50 James Slater
55 Tam Melrose
57 George Boult Jnr *
60 Dan Croskell
63 William McFaul (S)
74 Jamie Sangster (S)
79 Michael Bryam
84 Jack Ansell (S)
85 Nathan Thurlow
99 Lee Clarke (S)
99 Charlie Athersmith
100 Callum White (S)
101 Cieran Harmer
105 Gordon Gibson
109 Andrew Molloy
110 Garrie Mirza
112 Daz Prestage (S)
113 Lee Waller
114 Adam Jackson
118 Kenneth Scollon (S)
120 Lewis Fallows
122 Lee Waddington
123 Rob Smith
124 James Gregory
127 Mark Boyle (S)
129 Ben Moll
133 Lee Kopacz (S)
134 Josh Heeps (S)
141 Jake Stewart
146 Dan Wigman
147 Leighton Cain
160 Jamie Warr
161 Stephen Van Putten
164 Gary Mentiplay (S)
166 Andy Armstrong
166 Mark Fletcher
167 Chris Moon
174 Aaron Smith (S)
180 Sean McConnachie (S)
181 Grant Doe (S)
182 Ross Stewart
183 Lee Scriven
199 Shady Gough
208 Oddy Gamble
209 Mark Morrison
217 Matt Smith
219 Ben Lewis Thompson
220 Emma Molloy
222 Craig Dougan
224 Kevin Gumble
226 Brian Youngson (S)
226 Karl Smith
228 Martin Hunter
231 Callum Lamont
232 Ryan Fretter
233 Daniel Sinclair
236 Paul Rozynski
240 Brian Low
246 Graham Grant (S)
247 Don Lineham
256 Chris Moon
265 Tamzin Gordon
273 Andrew Webster
274 Jon Taylor (S)
275 Ryan Sangster (S)
303 Gavin Waugh
310 John Nicholson
340 Wes Freestone
342 Ryley Freestone
343 Carl Davis
352 Ben Mynott (S)
354 Josh Vowden
360 Jack Reynolds (S)
363 Stefan Davies
374 Jake Carter (S)
380 Lee Hopkins
385 Jason Todd
400 Lee Kingsworth (S)
409 Charlie Murrell
410 Jake Calvert
412 Callum Lacey
421 Josh Mayo
438 Reece Yem
441 John Mitchinson
442 Tyler Ivins
448 Jay Bryam
475 Chris Speirs (S)
477 Jack Speirs (S)
478 Craig Royal (S)
479 Dale Jakubowski
513 Steve Gallagher
542 Richard Cairns
551 Brett Jackson (S)
557 Jock McEwan
566 Hamish Gilfillan
573 Oggie Ogden
600 Conroy Robinson
621 Gareth Gruff Parker
623 Matty MacFarlane
634 Ben Green
638 Darren Rae (S)
642 Tony Glendinning
664 Ryan Sutcliffe
666 Roberto Jay
676 Frank Boardman (S)
711 Tom Mackenzie
720 Kenny-Joe Gabriel
759 Chris Oldcorn
760 Joey Reynolds (S)
798 Jack Catteral
823 Jamie Murrell
825 Joe Murrell
830 Lee White (S)
840 Dan Waddingham
842 Barry Innes
846 Ste Flannery
901 Derek Wilson
908 Lewis Judd
917 Mathew Peterson
918 John Peterson
919 Adam Peterson
949 Tony Fidoe (S)
950 Scott Gamble
999 Dan Cliffe


Bookings are being taken for a reserve list and should any opportunities become available, the reserves will have first choice at that position.

Bookings should be made by contacting Hardie Race Promotions



New Products Sale
16th of September 2019

New products are now available to purchase, with many at an introductory price.

Simply choose your photo and then select the item.



Upcoming Events At Lochgelly
7th of September 2019

Hardie Race Promotions are delighted to officially open bookings for the following events:-

Saturday 12/13 October - Bookings now being encouraged forr the ProStocks British Championship, Junior Bangers Open Scottish Championship and the LC Engineer Services Ltd Junior Productions Open Scottish Championship and CC Rods.

Saturday 2nd November - This is our Michelle Freck Memorial Meeting and bookings are now being encouraged for Micro Bangers, 1300 Stock Cars (GMP Included), and Superstox. A reminder that anyone wishing to have a shot in one of the passenger experiences for CC Rods / Hot Rods should contact us directly to gain a sponsor form, or pay the minimum fee on the day.

Saturday 9th November - This is the final meeting of the season and bookings are being encouraged for all formula, National Van Bangers Scottish Championship, Superstox, 2.0 Hot Rods, ProStocks. National Hot Rods should book with the NHRPA as advised.

Drivers are welcome to advise us directly (using the hardieracepromotions.co.uk website facility), but MUST also book via their home promotions.

Don't forget, selected events have advance discount tickets available - Use the HRP + menu to find theonline shop at hardieracepromotions.co.uk where you can order them online for collection on the day, but at a reduced rate.

The Micro Banger World cup event looks set to be one of the biggest ever with 140 cars booked into race across the 2 days, with 20 Junior Bangers also booked in.

The 2nd November meeting is the HRP charity night with a ladies race for 1300 stock cars, plus 2 seater experiences in CC Rods and Hot Rods. There is also a full compliment of racing from the 1300 stock cars, superstox and micro bangers.

The Van Banger Scottish Championship already has 20 vans booked to race and looks to be a spectacular end to the 2019 season!!



Micro Banger World Cup
4th of July 2019

The Micro Banger World Cup weekend takes place at Lochgelly Raceway on the 12th and 13th October 2019.

There is a cap on the limit of cars that we are accepting for this weekend.

Book in by messaging Hardie Race Promotions, or using the online facility at hardieracepromotions.co.uk, or by commenting here.

Drivers registered elsewhere, please book via home promotions.

DRIVERS MUST BE BOOKED IN FOR THE EVENT AS HEAT ALLOCATION FOR SATURDAY RACES WILL BE MADE UP BEFORE THE WEEKEND.

A whopping £1500 prize fund has been allocated for this weekend - the biggest EVER at Lochgelly Raceway.

Race Prizes Are As Follows-
4x Heats across the 2 days - £30 each race (£120 fund across 2 days) - subject to finalised running order / format
World Cup Race - £500 for winner, £75 for 2nd, £35 for 3rd 
Open Scottish Race - £300 for winner, £50 for 2nd, £20 for 3rd
DD on Sunday - £100
NB - Prize breakdown figures may be amended, but total value will remain the same

Plus Entertainer Awards
Weekend Entertainer - £100
Saturday Entertainer - £100
Sunday Entertainer - £100

Current List :-

11 Gavin Fletcher
13 Bobby Palin
14 James Paton
27 Liam Glendinning
29 David Mawdsley
30 Josh Tonks
38 Jason Greener
49 Liam Boden
57 George Boult Jnr*
85 Nathan Thurlow
99 Lee Clarke
101 Cieran Harmer
118 Kenneth Scollon
120 Lewis Fallows
122 Lee Waddington
127 Mark Boyle
129 Ben Moll
133 Lee Kopacz
134 Josh Heeps
159 Callum Campbell
164 Gary Mentiplay
166 Andy Armstrong
174 Aaron Smith
198 Ashley Rumary
226 Karl Smith
231 Callum Lamont
232 Ryan Fretter
236 Paul Rozynski
256 Chris Moon
354 Josh Vowden
363 Stefan Davies
374 Jake Carter
400 Lee Kingsworth
412 Callum Lacey
421 Josh Mayo
438 Reece Yem
478 Craig Royal
479 Dale Jakubowski
525 Terry Boxell
529 Kevin McIntyre
566 Hamish Gilfillan
638 Darren Rae
664 Ryan Sutcliffe
883 Chris Thomson
901 Derek Wilson
949 Tony Fidoe

Advance 2 day weekend tickets are now available for this weekend at shop.hardieracepromotions.co.uk

Pricing information for the weekend -
Saturday
Adults £16
Concessions £10
12-15 £10
Under 12s Free
Trackside Parking £7

Sunday
Adults £14
Concessions £9
12-15 £9
Under 12s Free
Trackside Parking £7

Our Weekend Special - Available online ONLY
Adults - £27 .50
Concessions - £16.50
12-15s - £16.50
Limited quantity available and only available until 30th September 2019



HRP 22-06-19 Preview
21st of June 2019

We’re back in action with a fantastic five formula line up featuring the fearless Ninja Karts, Scotland’s most popular open wheel formula in the Superstox, plus Junior Productions, Stock Rods and ProStocks.

The Ninja Karts are back in action for the first time in over a month at Lochgelly Raceway and almost 30 karts are booked into race, including 2 visiting drivers, Jake Shelby and Calum Gould. It’s the final meeting on home turf for Charlie Hardie and Rachel Kidd before they move on up to Ministox after the summer break, with Bailey Millars time in the formula drawing to a close in a couple of month’s as well. The BBC will be joining us on Saturday to do a spot of filming, with Rachel and Charlie both getting a few laps in the Ministox pre meeting as well, for the cameras to show how progression can be made from one formula to the next. Hardie Race Promotions are proud of such talent that continues to evolve from the Ninja Kart class. HRP wish all of the drivers’ moving on, good luck in the Ministox (or Junior Productions).

Calum Gould will be looking to make the trip north worthwhile as he bids to leave with some silverware. Calum was in fine form at the Speed Weekend back in April and will be hoping for much of the same this coming Saturday. Kaitlyn and Candice Smart continue to make serious strides in the Ninja Karts and will be looking to continue the good form this weekend. Kaitlyn will be starting from red grade for the first time. Jack Baird is another who has been in excellent form in recent meetings, scooping several race wins in 2019 already – can he had more to his tally this weekend? Or will the Superstars from the back of the grid make enough inroads to prevent him from doing so? Lewis and Aiden Duffy will be starting from the same grade again and will be out to beat each other, as well as scoring as many points as they can.. Nothing quite like a bit of family rivalry on track is there?! Kayden and Jack Connor are another who have came on leaps in 2019, with Kayden winning the B final in the East Anglian Championship last weekend. One thing for sure in this crop of Ninja Kart drivers is that there is no shortage of talent, and absolutely no fear amongst the drivers!

The Superstox have what looks set to be the best turnout of 2019 so far, with 18 cars currently booked into race, including visiting driver Michael Green. Michael has been in excellent form since joining the Superstox formula at the start of the year, and makes his first visit to Lochgelly Raceway as he looks to get in some pre World Final practice. Bryan Forrest and Stuart Gilchrist will be leading the charge from the home front, though won’t have it all there own way. Dean Johnston, Kenny McKenzie and Adam Low have all competed well in 2019 and aren’t afraid to mix it up. Aaron Riddell will be hoping for a turn in fortunes to get his car back on the pace. Derek Kilday has came on well in the formula in recent times and a first win won’t be far away. Michael Taylor looks set to make his first outing in a Superstox this Saturday night.

The Stock Rods feature some of the best in the class here at Lochgelly Raceway, with Chris Lattka and Siobhan Martin having won the majority (if not all) championships between them. A great on track rivalry between the two superstars has provided excellent racing between them over the last few years, with it continuing in 2019. Scottish Champion Ricky White and Darren McAlpine have both shown consistent form throughout the last couple of months, with Gary Dean being in excellent form last time out in his new car. Stuart Bannatyne is expected to make his first outing since his hat trick of race wins at the end of March, whilst Pete Honeyman is also expected out on track for the first time this season. There is no easy race in the Stock Rods, with a lot of on track talent.

The ProStocks are out for the 2nd week in succession. Dean McGill won a hat trick last time out, but isn’t expected to be with us this weekend. Ian Christie has a comfortable lead at the top of the National Points and will be looking to maintain that cushion throughout the season. John Jackson was in good form last week, and will be looking to continue that this week. Lee Kopacz and David Linton join us again after missing out last week. Both of whom will be hard to catch from near the front of the grid.

The Junior Productions look to have another healthy field of cars on track. Koddi Wright returns to HRP after flying the flag for Scotland last weekend in Ireland. Jenna Kirk looks set to make her debut in the formula, with Jack Morrow making the trip across from Ireland to join us on Saturday night.

Admission costs for the night are -
Adults £10
Concessions £5
12-15 £5
Under 12s FREE
Trackside Parking available at £5 per car.

We’re back next Saturday night with Caravan Carnage at the end of the night where around 8 caravans are expected to be in attendance for a fun filled end to the first half of the 2019 season!

Bookings Lists
Superstox
8 Chris Cuthbert
34 Campbell Scott
55 Lee Livingston
119 Aaron Riddell
144 Lewis Willacy
154 Michael Green
171 Mark Brady
172 Chris Miller
177 Stuart Gilchrist
178 Mark Dews
179 Derek Kilday
196 Allan Gibson
217 Jack Turbitt
309 Bryan Forrest
426 Mick Taylor
446 Dean Johnston
453 Kenny McKenzie
611 Adam Low

Stock Rods
25 Siobhan Martin
27 Gary Dean
40 Chris Leslie
46 Stewart Paterson
146 Ricky White
176 Gary Nicholls
194 John Lee Green
248 David Crichton
393 Stuart Bannatyne
467 Pete Honeyman
557 Jock McEwan
658 Chris Lattka
721 Darren Mcalpine
878 Chris Dearn

ProStocks
16 Dean Abercrombie
39 Boab Hamilton
122 John Jackson
133 Lee Kopacz
145 Dougie Kidd
162 Grumm Fleming
170 Ian Christie
297 David Linton
401 Aaron Lithgow
577 Craig Millar
710 Boab Welsh


Ninja Karts
1 Charlie Hardie
6 Hamish Plenderleith
9 William Plenderleith
14 Demi Ritchie
27 Jack Connor
45 Dougie Kidd
49 Connie Anderson
60 Bailey Millar
66 Neave McGill
73 Declan Dixon
74 Aiden Duffy
112 Jack Baird
117 Caelan Grant
133 Kenzie Kopacz
145 Rachel Kidd
227 Kaden Connor
272 Connor Frame
297 Lewis Linton
307 Lewis Dickson
388 Cole Ford
507 Jake Ashby (Y)
516 Calum Gould (SS)
562 Kayden Hay
591 Murray Hall (Y)
636 Lewis Duffy
689 Abbie Carruthers
721 Kenzie Bell
809 Toby Tyson
878 Leeland Dearn
888 Evie Ford
900 Kaitlyn Smart
901 Candice Smart

Junior Productions
11 Jenna Kirk
16 Evie Black
17 Dylan Smart
50 Leona Anderson
112 Chloe Baird
127 Lennon Grant
232 Harvey Sneddon
352 Koddi Wright
605 John Bremner
871 Jensen Bell
924 Jack Morrow (B)

Provisional Running Order
Practice 1530 - 1630
Race 1 Ninja Karts White and Yellow
Race 2 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 3 Stock Rods Heat 1
Race 4 Ninja Karts Heat 1
Race 5 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 6 Superstox Heat 1
Race 7 Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 8 Stock Rods Heat 2
Race 9 Ninja Karts Heat 2
Race 10 ProStocks Heat 2
Race 11 Superstox Heat 2
Race 12 Junior Productions Final
Race 13 Ninja Karts Heat 3
Race 14 Stock Rod Final
Race 15 ProStock Final
Race 16 Superstox Final




HRP 15-06-19 Preview
14th of June 2019

We’re back in action this coming Saturday for another 5 formula line up from 6pm with the stakes hotting up in a number of formula!

The 1300 Stock Cars are back out in action for the 2nd week in succession following on from there entertaining European Championship weekend. Zak Gilmour will be out for the first time showing off the red and yellow chequer on his roof, adding to the Scottish Championship he already holds. The race is on for the National Points with just a few meetings left before the World Final and the silver roof is confirmed – Zak Gilmour leads the way in this, but Eddie Corr and Danny Whyte are both within striking distance, whilst Craig Haxton isn’t too far behind neither to mount a challenge. The bumpers will be getting used as the drivers race for the silver roof!

The National Hot Rods battle it out in the final World Qualifying Round for the 2019 World Final at Ipswich in just a few weeks time. The pinnacle of non contact oval racing formula see’s Billy Bonnar lead the way in the series and is unlikely to be caught, however the battle for the 2nd and 3rd positions is a 4 way battle with Roy Anderson, Steven Armit and Ross McWilliam all in the frame to secure those positions. Kenny Purdie is hoping to be back out on track this weekend as he looks to build up his return to racing following a back injury. Gordon Alexander is probably a little bit too far away to make the World Final grid, but will be doing his utmost to finish the campaign on a high. This campaign can be looked back on though, as being one of the best since National Hot Rods were re-introduced to Scotland with a number of new drivers entering the formula over the last 12 months.

The CC Rods are racing in the final round of the Colin Wotherspoon Joinery series with Lee Wotherspoon currently leading the way, just ahead of Ian Donaldson. However, it is unlikely that Lee will be with us this weekend after making a blooper and booking a weekend away without realising the racing was on! This will almost certainly see Ian Donaldson crowned the winner of the series, and scoop the extra tyre on offer – However, the rest of the field will still be able to win a tyre as they have done in previous rounds, with the meeting final winner gaining a tyre as well. Chris Hutchison and Emma Kirk are set to join us on track this weekend for their first outings of 2019.

The ever entertaining Ministox are with us for the 2nd week in succession as well. The HRP Track Championship battle looks to be turning into a 2 way battle with Aaron Richards and Taylor Borthwick leading the way. Borthwick was unable to attend last week, so will be looking to close the gap to Richards again as soon as possible – Ciaran Adams has a healthy, but catchable lead in the HRP National Points. Mitch Gold, Jamie Stewart and Scott Allardyce will all be looking for a good points haul this weekend in the final points scoring weekend in the current grading period. The youngsters have no fear and will be using the bumper to maximum effect throughout the meeting!

The ProStocks are in action for the first of two successive meetings here at Lochgelly Raceway, and with a number of drivers unable to attend due to family commitments, it opens up the possibility of a few new winners throughout the night. Dougie Kidd returns to action in the ex Paul Barron car, whilst Dean McGill is also set to be in action after competing at practice on Wednesday night. Ian Christie will be looking to take advantage of the missing drivers to extend his lead at the top of the track and National Points. Craig Millar and Dean Abercrombie will be looking to continue the good form that they were both in, last time out here at Lochgelly Raceway.

Admission is only £10 per adult, with concessions and 12-15 years olds only paying £5, whilst under 12s go FREE. Trackside parking is also available at just £5 per car.

A reminder that no private cars are allowed in any of the pit areas.

Provisional Running Order
Practice 1530-1630
Race 1 National Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 2 CC Rods Heat 1
Race 3 ProStocks Heat 1
Race 4 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 5 Ministox Heat 1
Race 6 National Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 7 CC Rods Heat 2
Race 8 ProStocks Heat 2
Race 9 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2
Race 10 Ministox Heat 2
Race 11 National Hot Rods Final
Race 12 CC Rods Final
Race 13 ProStocks Final
Race 14 1300 Stock Cars Final
Race 15 Ministox Final


Booking Lists
Ministox
21 Ethan Doull*
111 Koddi Wright
121 Maddison Gilmour
122 Kai Gilmour
128 Ciaran Adams
136 Charlie Henry
142 Jake Wilson
172 Rian Mitchell
178 Scott Allardyce
188 Jamie Stewart
199 Mitchell Gold
210 Aaron Richards
368 Charlie Santry
604 Ryan Borthwick
612 Jay Paterson *
627 Barry Scott
629 Taylor Bothwick
684 Robbie Armit

ProStocks
16 Dean Abercrombie
39 Robert Hamilton
122 John Jackson
145 Dougie Kidd
162 Grumm Flemming
170 Ian Christie
263 Dean McGill
577 Craig Millar
710 Robert Welsh
900 Lee Smart*

CC Rods
3 David McFarlane
9 Vernon Sutherland
13 Shane Allen
20 Brian Allen
28 Sandy Allen
34 Colin Thomson
69 Graham Campbell
71 Emma Kirk
78 Dale Burt
138 Chris Hutchison
289 Kyle Hutchison
337 Lee Scott
518 Daniel MacDonald
679 Craig Watson
700 Ian Donaldson
776 James McIntyre
820 Paul Muir
878 Ian Hotchkies

1300 Stock Cars
10 Patrick Calderwood
17 Stuart Farrell
22 Steven Gold
67 Craig Haxton
75 Mike Courts
100 Sean Naismith
110 Craig Connelly
111 Regan Watson
122 Zak Gilmour
126 Danny Whyte
253 James Kerr
654 Eddie Corr
700 Rory Naismith
710 Martin McCafferty

National Hot Rods
34 John Maver
36 Roy Anderson
71 Gordon Alexander
94 Steven Armit
117 Kenny Purdie
330 Ross McWilliam
700 Ian Donaldson
844 Billy Bonnar



Lochgelly 8th and 9th June Preview
5th of June 2019

Hardie Race Promotions in association with Spedeworth Motorsports are proud to host a hat trick of European Championships in one fantastic weekend of racing!

The 2.0 Hot Rods have been in excellent form in 2019 on home soil and with almost 30 cars expected to take to the track, including BTCC star Aiden Moffat, there is going to be a lot of nail biting action on the tight Lochgelly Raceway track. The ATP / JP Fabrications European Championship is up for grabs, and World Champion Damo Wellman will lead the English charge and will be looking to add to the World Championship that he won here last year. Ryan Morgan and Alex Crane are two regular attendee’s to major events here at Lochgelly and will be looking to do there utmost to take the title back south of the border. At home, Jim Pitcaithly has been the in form driver and will start the race as one of the favourites for success. Come wet or dry conditions, Jim is capable of putting on a race winning performance. Kevin Stewart, John Campbell and Brian Wilson will all be doing there utmost to drive away with a title or two! A handful of drivers will make the trip across the Irish Sea to join us, with Stephen and Mervyn Emerson amongst the entries from Northern Ireland. On the Sunday, the 2.0 Hot Rods will race for the Open Scottish Championship.

The all action 1300 Stock Cars will be racing for the European Championship on the Saturday and the Open Scottish Championship on the Sunday, with both days looking set to be full of action with in excess of 30 cars booked into race. 2019 has been a good year for the formula at home, with no shortage of on track action. Craig Haxton and Danny Whyte have been the most successful, however, Zak Gilmour, Stewart Aitken, Patrick Calderwood and Eddie Corr have been in amongst the action and have taken numerous race wins between them this year already. A quartet of Morphey’s will make the trip north and are all no strangers to on track action, as well as success. Jamie McCann will be one of three drivers making the trip over from Ireland to join us this weekend. Sit back and enjoy as the 1300 Stock Cars put the bumper to great effect, providing a huge amount of on track entertainment!

The Rebel Racers will bounce there way around the raceway as they race for the European Championship away from Northampton for the first time in a number of years, with the Scottish Championship also being up for grabs on the Sunday. 27 drivers are booked to race in across the weekend, which is sure to provide on track excitement and a lot of great racing!

The support formula across the weekend is provided by the ever entertaining Ministox on the Saturday, with the Junior Productions and 2.0 Bangers joining us on Sunday.

Join us at Lochgelly Raceway this Saturday and Sunday for 2 excellent days of racing!

2.0 Hot Rods
2 Ryan Morgan
8 Damo Wellman
10 Chas Bain
11 Alex Crane
16 Gary Black
23 Ryan Adamson
26 John Campbell
35 Mitch Souter
66 Martin Heath
91 Jim Pitcaithly
133 Robert Gamble
155 Lee Pepper
217 Andrew Denholm
280 Luke Stonehouse
296 Michael Barber
323 Trevor Calvin
430 Aiden Moffat
610 Ryan Mackie
668 Kevin Stewart
696 Brian Wilson
743 Drew McKeown
899 Paul Carruthers
914 Allen Cherry
923 Stephen Emperson
924 Mervyn Emerson
928 David Leech
929 Cono Hughes
961 Michael Woods
970 Scott Cochrane

64 Marc Fortune (Sun)

1300 Stock Cars
10 Patrick Calderwood
17 Stuart Farrell (Sat)
20 Sandy Allen
22 Steven Gold
23 Lee Pearce
29 George Morphey
60 Jack Mayle
67 Craig Haxton
75 Michael Courts
78 Stewart Aitken
88 Jason Scopes
92 Charlie Morphey
97 Jamie McCann
100 Sean Naismith
110 Craig Connolly
111 Regan Watson
118 Corey Robertson
121 Luke Morphey
122 Zak Gilmour
124 Andrew Mathieson
126 Danny Whyte
129 Will Morphey
194 Robbie Wright
303 Jacob Bromley
654 Eddie Corr
700 Rory Naismith
710 Martin McCafferty
808 Bobby Gold
946 Fionn Donnelly
969 John Whyte

Rebel Racers
1 Ian Chalkey
8 Dave Morley
16 Reece Grinnell
20 Aj Davis
23 Mark Rodgers
29 Paul Martin
30 Rob Jones
31 Karl Emmett
38 Jay Tagg
40 Steve Fetherstone
44 Chris Watkiss
45 Alan Scothern
79 Jonny Kriv
80 Keith Murphy
81 Shay Murphy
91 Tony Smith
93 Andrew Bentley
131 Nicole Emmett
137 Paul Tagg
169 Ben Chalkey
191 Joshua Smith
238 Gary Tagg
369 Steve Boyd
375 Sean Gregory
452 Josh Spiers
475 Ryan Gregory
801 Steve Pritchard

Ministox
50 Ross Lawrence
111 Koddi Wright
121 Maddison Gilmour
122 Kai Gilmour
128 Ciaran Adams
136 Charlie Henry
165 Jamie Dawson
172 Rian Mitchell
188 Jamie Stewart
199 Mitchell Gold
210 Aaron Richards
368 Charlie Santry
603 Brandon Morton
612 Jay Paterson
627 Barry Scott
684 Robbie Armit
688 Lauren Ford

2.0 Bangers
99 Lee Clarke
118 Kenneth Scollon
133 Lee Kopacz
134 Josh Heeps
159 Callum Campbell
180 Sean McConnachie
226 Brian Youngson
258 Philip Blowers
440 Pete McVay
880 Neil Naismith
883 Chris Thomson

Junior Productions
5 Jack Beresford
9 Amy Devine
11 Jenna Kirk
16 Evie Black
17 Dylan Smart
50 Leona Anderson
112 Chloe Baird
127 Lennon Grant
232 Harvey Sneddon
352 Koddi Wright
605 John Bremner
871 Jensen Bell

Provisonal Running Order
Provisional Race Format - Sat
Race 1 Rebels Racing Heat 1
Race 2 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 3 Ministox Heat 1
Race 4 Rebels Racing Heat 2
Race 5 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 6 1300 Stock Car European Championship
Race 7 Ministox Heat 2
Race 8 Rebels Heat 3
Race 9 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 3
Race 10 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 11 Rebels Racing European Championship
Race 12 Ministox Fife Championship
Race 13 2.0 Hot Rods European Championship
Race 14 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2


Provisional Race Format - Sun
Race 1 Rebels Racing Heat 1
Race 2 Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 3 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 4 1300 Stock Cars Open Scottish Championship
Race 5 Bangers Heat 1
Race 6 Rebels Racing Heat 2
Race 7 Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 8 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 9 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 10 Rebels Racing Heat 3
Race 11 Bangers Heat 2
Race 12 Junior Productions Final
Race 13 2.0 Hot Rods Open Scottish Championship
Race 14 Rebels Racing Scottish Championship
Race 15 Bangers Final into DD




Saturday 18th May
16th of May 2019

Saturday 18th May
Welcome back to Lochgelly Raceway for another night of entertaining stock car racing!

The 1300 Stock Cars are the formula on the incline at the moment with numbers seemingly increasing meeting on meeting, and this weekend looks no different with 20 cars currently booked into race, its set to be the highest turnout of the season to date for home based drivers. Andrew Mathieson returns to action after missing a number of meetings due to clashing schedules and will be looking to get his car on the pace ahead of the speed weekend in a couple of weeks time (8/9 June). Craig Haxton and Zak Gilmour have been in good form this season, both showing good speed and neither are afraid to use the bumper. Eddie Corr has suffered a dip in form of late, but will be hoping to get things dialled up again this weekend given that it is the last meeting at home before the European Championship. Rory Naismith made his debut last weekend and secured a meeting final win in the process – Certainly one to watch out for. Likewise his brother Sean who has been in good form this year, already up to a blue grade and able to hold his own. Danny Whyte is no stranger to action and is one of the drivers who loves to be involved in the action and will make a lunge for the lower places in the grid – certainly a good driver to watch!! Stewart Aitken and Patrick Calderwood have scored a good haul of points this year, with Stewart being in great form from blue grade but has suffered some reliability issues that has prevented him from being upgraded to red grade!

The CC Rods started off 2019 slowly car numbers wise, but have picked up over the last few meetings and with just under 20 cars booked into race this weekend, its another great turnout for the non-contact brigade. Lee Wotherspoon has been in good form so far, picking up a number of race wins. Lee will be hoping to continue that form this weekend, but like previous meetings, will have a fight on his hands. Ian Donaldson appears to be back to his best and looks to have his car going well again. Ian is no stranger to victory lane and knows his way around Lochgelly Raceway. Paul Muir is another driver who is always there or thereabouts, and will be looking to score a good haul of points this Saturday night. Brandon Gourlay had a nightmare start to the 2019 season but looks to have turned things around in the last couple of meetings, scoring good places and really good pace – A race win looks just around the corner for Brandon! Dale Burt and James McIntyre look set to join us for their first outings of the season.

The 2.0 Hot Rods are racing for the final time ahead of the ATP / JP Fabrications European Championship here at Lochgelly Raceway on the 8th and 9th of June. 15 cars are booked into race including visitor Martin Heath who is looking to find a decent setup of the car before the June Speedweekend. Jim Pitcaithly has been the driver to beat so far in 2019 at Lochgelly Raceway, however, Kevin Stewart and Gerry Hendry have always been around the top 3 places as well. Brian Wilson has found his feet like a duck to water in the formula since starting out in March. Brian has scooped a number of race wins this season already and won from the blue grade last time out, he’ll be hoping to continue that as he vies for a place in the European Championship. Gary Black and Ryan Adamson have both came on well this year and have secured a number of good results between them, with Ryan taking a heat win in a recent meeting. Chas Bain is no stranger to oval racing and has shown great speed from the back of the grid in his meetings so far this season – Once he gets to start from his graded position, he’ll be up there battling for race wins. The 2.0 Hot Rods have been arguably the best formula of the season to date with every meeting providing nail biting racing as the drivers race in large groups as the battle for positions.

Junior Production Stock Cars are in action as the youngsters take to the track again. Koddi Wright was in dominant form last time out, whilst Lennon Grant scored consistently well as he finds his feet in the new car that he is using for 2019. Jensen Bell will be looking to continue his good progress in the formula and will be hoping for an uneventful night after some technical issues last time out!! Jamie Stewart makes his first outing in the formula, and will likely me straight on the pace with his Ministox experience.

The Superstox are the final formula in action and its good to see numbers finally going in the right direction with the open wheel class as well. Stuart Gilchrist was in good form last time out and had some great battles as he raced his way through the pack. Dean Johnston has started the 2019 season in good form too, finding consistency in both wet and dry conditions. Kenny McKenzie has been at his best in the wet this season, but has also shown good speed in the dry conditions. Adam Low looks to have got his zetec powered car going as he likes his, already scooping a couple of race wins this season and a handful of top 3 finishes in the process. Adam is an unpredictable driver and loves a battle and is certainly no stranger to on track action! Bryan Forrest made the trip over the Irish Sea last weekend and came away with a 2nd place in the Tullyroan Cup. David Frame and Jack Turbitt look to join us on the grid this weekend for the first time this season.

There is no racing here at Lochgelly Raceway next weekend due to a major event with our neighbours at Driftland. We are back in action on Friday 31st May as with the Ministox, Superstox, Stock Rods and ProStocks all in action in the final domestic meeting ahead of our 2nd speed weekend of the season!!

Booking Lists
1300 Stock Cars
10 Patrick Calderwood
17 Stuart Farrell
20 Sandy Allen*
22 Steven Gold
67 Craig Haxton
76 Jamie Brown
76 Michael Courts
78 Stewart Aitken
100 Sean Naismith
110 Craig Connelly
111 Regan Watson*
118 Corey Robertson
122 Zak Gilmour
124 Andrew Mathieson
126 Danny Whyte
253 Jimmy Kerr
654 Eddie Corr
700 Rory Naismith
710 Martin McCafferty
969 John Whyte

Superstox
8 Chris Cuthbert
34 Campbell Scott
53 David Frame*
144 Lewis Willacy
171 Mark Brady
172 Chris Miller
177 Stuart Gilchrist
178 Mark Dews
179 Derek Kilday
196 Allan Gibson
217 Jack Turbitt*
309 Bryan Forrest
446 Dean Johnston
453 Kenny McKenzie
611 Adam Low

2.0 Hot Rods
10 Chas Bain
16 Gary Black
23 Ryan Adamson
26 John Campbell
66 Martin Heath
91 Jim Pitcaithly
147 Gerry Hendry
217 Andrew Denholm
323 Trevor Calvin
610 Ryan Mackie
626 Derek Duff
668 Kevin Stewart
696 Brian Wilson
888 Ger Wilson
899 Paul Carruthers

CC Rods
3 David McFarlane
9 Vernon Sutherland
13 Shane Allen
18 David Herd
20 Brian Allen
34 Colin Thomson
69 Graham Campbell
78 Dale Burt
113 Darren MacDonald
267 Lee Wotherspoon
337 Lee Scott
518 Daniel MacDonald
671 Brandon Gourlay
679 Craig Watson
700 Ian Donaldson
776 James McIntyre
820 Paul Muir
878 Ian Hotchkies

Junior Productions
5 Jack Beresford
9 Amy Devine
16 Evie Black
17 Dylan Smart
50 Leona Anderson
112 Chloe Baird
127 Lennon Grant
188 Jamie Stewart
232 Harvey Sneddon
352 Koddi Wright
871 Jensen Bell

Provisional Running Order
Race 1: Junior Productions Heat 1
Race 2: 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 1
Race 3: CC Rods Heat 1
Race 4: Superstox Heat 1
Race 5: 1300 Stock Cars Heat 1
Race 6: Junior Productions Heat 2
Race 7: 2.0 Hot Rods Heat 2
Race 8: CC Rods Heat 2
Race 9: Superstox Heat 2
Race 10: 1300 Stock Cars Heat 2
Race 11: Junior Productions Final
Race 12: 2.0 Hot Rods Final
Race 13: CC Rods Final
Race 14: Superstox Final
Race 15: 1300 Stock Cars Final

Please note, HRP cannot be held responsible for any driver not fulfilling the booking. Running order subject to change. Information correct at time of publication only.