The Racewall Experience
Fun, friendly, family entertainment
An evening at the Racewall commences with the opportunity to explore the pit area and get up close to the raace cars and their drivers. As the racing gets underway spectators can sit in the comfort of one of two large grandstands (the racing continues regardless of whether the sun is shining or the weather turns wet!), stand/sit out on our tiered terracing, or take advantage of one of our packages in our hospitality suite, all providing excellent viewing of the whole race track whilst our commentary team and electronic timing direct to your mobile device will keep you abreast of what is happening on track.
A typical meeting will feature 12-15 races all crammed in to a 3-4 hour programme of events featuring spins, crashes, rollovers and door-handle to door-handle racing inches apart from each other and our safety wall. During the evening you will be able to purchase snacks and drinks from a range of outlets. Spectators are welcome to bring their own food items but are kindly reminded that no glass containers are permitted.
The Racewall serves up some of the most action-packed racing you can find in the UK and is the only Stock Car track in Scotland where you can see both BriSCA F2 and National Saloon Stock Cars, two of the most popular and entertaining formulae in the land.
Depending on the formulae you can expect to be amazed at the bravado and skill of our junior drivers in the Ministox or Micro F2's where drivers as young as 7 battle for the win or the high speed thrill of our BriSCA F2 drivers, the open-wheeled cars with their large aerofoils on their roofs use a mixture of speed and contact in each of their races. The Saloon Stock Cars are what many people think of when they think of stock cars, with large bumpers front and back used to good effect to move the car in front out of the way, often resulting in spectacular crashes and fierce rivalries, particularly when the visiting drivers from England and Northern Ireland join in the fun! It is not all about the crashing however as spectators are left in awe at the speed, noise and skill of our non-contact drivers in the Stock Rods and National Hot Rods which race just inches apart without touching one another in contrast to the all-out crash happy entertainment provided by the budget Prostock formula where nudge and spin is the order of the day and the full bore contact of the National Bangers where the cars are often in no fit state to leave the track without the aid of a forklift truck.
Whichever race meeting you attend you are sure to be entertained in a safe, friendly and spectacular night out at the Home of Scottish Stock Car racing - the Racewall Cowdenbeath.