Fixtures list 2017

Saturday 20th May

Admission Prices (including full-colour souvenir programme whilst stocks last)
Adults - £13
Concessions (OAPs/Students) - £10
Juniors(13-15) - £5
Children (12 and under) – Free when accompanied by a full paying adult

There is another five formula feast at the Racewall this Saturday night, first race at 6.00pm. We ask race teams and fans to arrive from 4.30pm onwards owing to the play-off football fixture which kicks off at 2pm. 

Classic Hot Rods Scottish Series Round 1

The Classic Hot Rods will make their Racewall racing debut on Saturday having previously had some demonstration runs at last years’ Legends weekend. There has been a fair bit of interest shown by drivers and fans alike and we can hope for a good turnout of cars for their first meeting this weekend.

Former Saloon Stock Car Scottish and European Champion 17 Kenny Purdie has a stunning Mk2 escort, which he piloted at a couple of the pre-season practices, and he looked quick. Also hoping to be out will be ex-F2 racer 12 Trevor Harris, 84 John McFarlane and 232 Brett Sneddon whilst 03 Graeme Allister, 222 Trevor Forrester and 247 Graham McCabe all looked good during pre-meeting practice last Saturday afternoon. Also looking to be on the grid at the first event is 50 Mike McKain from Inverness in his Mk2 Escort whilst Damian Corrigan aims to journey over from the Republic Ireland to experience the thrill of racing round the Racewall. 

1300 Stock Cars

The 1300 Stock Cars make their first appearance at the Racewall in just over a month with what looks set to be their biggest field of the year yet. At their previous meeting it was white tops 336 Robbie Bruce, who took a brace of victories in the heats, before 400 Ross Forrest took the final. Indeed, Bruce and Forrest are upgraded to blue and red respectively for the month of May. Scottish Champion 661 Fraser Anderson will look to extend his early-season lead in the track points. After three meetings at Cowdenbeath this season, Anderson already has a commanding 24-point lead in the track points, from 211 Grant McGowan. 73 Aaron Hastie, 246 Lee Wilson and 686 Derek Campbell will be looking to build on good results gained at Barford Raceway, when the 1300 Saloons were last in action.

Prostocks

The limited-contact Prostocks will make their second Racewall appearance of 2017. After a regrettable fixture clash on the night of their season debut, it is hoped that a better field of cars will assemble for action this weekend. At that first meeting, National Points champion 760 John Mason took both heats before 518 Leslie Paterson took the final, whilst 118 Rab Fawcett and 153 Gordon Myers also took some good results throughout the meeting. Having missed the first meeting, 672 Jason McAlpine and 755 Paul Barron will be among those hoping to make up lost ground in the track championship.

Ministox & Micro F2s

After an incredible action-packed meeting last Saturday, the Ministox have been rewarded with an extra outing, on tonight in place of the BriSCA F2 Stock cars. Track points leader 674 Steven Burgoyne was the eventual winner of the final, and he will be resuming his battle with fellow silver top 100 Sean Naismith at the top of the track championship. Whites and Yellows and heat 2 winner 607 Declan Honeyman, who was going very well on his first outing from the front of the grid at Cowdenbeath, will be looking to build on those results from the white grade. 126 Danny Whyte and 622 Gary Paterson will be hoping to resume their battles from the blue grade, which resulted in some spectacular dicing between the pair last Saturday. Expect the bumpers to fly from the youngsters in the Ministox this Saturday night! Likewise the MicroF2s have been serving up some great racing all season long and have quickly won fans for their bravery and skill. A trio of different winners last time out saw 828 Ross McLaughlin, 50 Todd Anderson and 165 Jamie Dawson all hit the front. 309 Freya Lovett and 484 Dean Heeps also ran well, as did 858 Rhys Anderson, whilst 225 Simone Davidson is also getting to grips with the formula whilst 88 Kyle Rogerson will be hoping for some better luck having suffered some mechanical woes during one of the races last week. The Micros will kick off the nights racing at 6.00pm.

 

Saturday 20th May

  • First race 6.00pm
  • Classic Hot Rods Scottish Series Round 1
  • Ministox
  • 1300 Stock Cars
  • Prostocks
  • MicroF2s