It was another cracking night’s racing at a dry but a bit chilly evening at the Cowdenbeath Racewall where formula II driver Gordon Moodie continued where he left off last week by winning another two heats as well as the final.Graeme Shevill and Danny Colliver continued to take each other out during the saloon races whilst Marc Honeyman won an exciting final when he sent the leader Stuart Shevill Jnr into a spin during the closing stages.
However the ministox drivers took some beating with the dices between Euan Millar and Steven Burgoyne very close affairs and for once Burgoyne had the upper hand on all three occasions. Luke McCallum, Ryan Borthwick and Kyle Roberts were making their ministox debuts with McCallum the more impressive.
- Gordon Moodie again dominated the formula IIs with another dominant display where he again won both the heats then the final. Chris Burgoyne then won the Grand National but Moodie ended up in sixth place despite having to start the race with a lap handicap.
- Craig Reid was having his first run of the season whilst newcomers Dale Burt and Jason Blacklock were back for their second meeting
- The dice between Danny Colliver and Graeme Shevill continued throughout the meeting with the drivers making contact with each other in all three races which saw the Shevill car spun on more than one occasion.
- Fifers Eck Cunningham and James Strath were the saloon heat winners. Cunningham though hit problems in his heat and retired whilst Strath was shunted into the wall in the final.
- Marc Honeyman scored an exciting final win sending the leader, Stuart Shevill Jnr into a spin before nipping through to win.
- Dave Sturrock was having his first outing of the season picking up a ninth in heat two.
It looks like Barry Russell and Barry Glen both suffered mechanical problems during the final with Glen’s car coating the track with a liberal coating of oil during the closing laps of the final.
- Mark Somerville and Eric Millar were having their lightning rod debut although Somerville had to retire with mechanical troubles.
- Andy Chisholm won both heats but was involved in a shunt at the start to the final where Gordon Brown went on to win.
- Steven Burgoyne dominated the minis going through to win the Easter Challenge trophy from Teri Linden and Taylor Borthwick.
- The main topic of the meeting was the close and exciting racing between Burgoyne and Euan Millar where they swapped places on numerous occasions which delighted their fans.
- Making their debut were white graders Kyle Roberts, Ryan Borthwick and Luke McCallum with the latter going well and getting into the results, David Sinclair was another making his debut at the Racewall.
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