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Sunday 7th April

1:00pm - 6:00pm

Sunday Stock Cars featuring BriSCA F2 WQR & Jim Clark Cup

Sunday, April 7th, promises an action-packed day at the Racewall, featuring the BriSCA F2 World Qualifying round alongside the prestigious Jim Clark Cup. Adding to the excitement are the Prostocks, ORCi Stock Rods, and the Micro F2s. This Sunday afternoon meeting is not to be missed, with racing kicking off at 1 pm. Drivers eager to participate can book in using WhatsApp at 07842 445627 or through our online drivers form. Join us for a thrilling day of stock car racing that’s sure to keep you on the edge of your seat!

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Event Information

Racing from 1pm. Public Turnstiles open at 11am

On the Day Prices 

Adults – £18.00

Concessions – £15.00

Youth (13-15) – £7.00

Children 12 and under – Free with an accompanying adult. 


New for 2024 we are offering a digital program for all our customers to enjoy these can be found here


Please be considerate of our neighbours and park in one of the many free parking areas around the town. A number of these are highlighted in red in the attached map. There will be additional FREE spectator parking at Chapel Street. Entry will be from Broad Street operating a ONE WAY SYSTEM exit via Rowan Terrance. See parking map for details. 

DO NOT park on verges or block access to properties – the authorities will ticket or remove your car.

Booking List

An early booking list can be found below. Booking list are subject to change.

BriSCA F2 WQR and Jim Clark Cup

Join us for an action packed day of fast-paced racing at Cowdenbeath Racewall this Sunday afternoon having competed at Crimond Raceway on Saturday evening, as BriSCA F2 drivers compete in the World Qualifying round 6. They’ll be vying for top spots on this year’s World Final grid, set to take place at Smeatharpe Stadium in Taunton this September. Expect a thrilling lineup of drivers, including 931 Rebecca Smith, representing female drivers in BriSCA F2, and former World Champion 100 George MacMillan, making his 2024 debut. It’s bound to be a weekend filled with high-speed excitement and fierce competition! An early booking list can be found below.

Remembering Jim Clark

ORCi Stock Rod Final Tyre Sponsored by: J Leslie and Sons

The ORCi Stock Rods are back at Cowdenbeath Racewall, The Home of Scottish Stock Car Racing, to deliver the thrill of non-contact racing at its finest. Join us as we bring the speed and excitement to the wall once again. On Sunday 197 James Gray, join us again after a heat win in the previous event. He’ll be looking to maintain his momentum throughout the season. Also hitting the track on Sunday is 172 Derek Conner, eager to gain some valuable track points. It’s shaping up to be an action-packed day of racing, and we can’t wait to see these drivers in action!

Micro F2

The rising stars of tomorrow, aged 7-11, are set to dazzle us once more this Sunday, following an electrifying display of racing last Saturday night. During the showcase, 557 Corey Mathers dominated the track, securing two victories. Lochie Lumsden made an impressive debut, while Elliott Royal marked his first Racewall appearance of the season.

The final however seen the bumpers of Grief and Walker became entangled, causing them to lose ground. Seizing the opportunity, Mathers cruised to a comfortable victory ahead of Bobbie Smith, while Lana Middler secured third place.

This Sunday, we can expect to witness the same level of talent from these young drivers. A full booking list will be available shortly as the drivers work on repairing their cars in preparation for Sunday’s meeting. Stay tuned for updates as the excitement builds for another thrilling race day!


The Prostocks are gearing up for their first appearance of the 2024 season, and anticipation is high with many drivers eager to attend. Among them, 760 John Mason is eagar to join the action at the freshly started Racewall season be sure to have a read of his drivers profile, alongside Mason is 145 Dougie Kidd. Additionally, 145 Lewis Gilchrist, although with a few repairs still pending on the car, he is planning a busy week ahead to ensure readiness for Sunday’s meeting.

Having already raced in two meetings this season at Lochgelly Raceway, drivers are keen to continue their competitive battles around the Racewall. With such a lineup of talented drivers, Sunday’s event promises to deliver thrilling racing action for fans and competitors.