Fixtures list 2021

Saturday 11th September

It's the biggest weekend of the year for the Stock Rod drivers with the 2021 World Championship being held at the Racewall. The BriSCA F2 Stock Cars and Saloon Stock Cars support on Saturday evening alongside the main event while on the Sunday the Prostocks and Prostock Basics are joined by the Micro Bangers who are racing in a charity event for #racingforRamsay and Myeloma UK.

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On the day admission per dat:

Adults £20

Concession £17

Youth (13-15) £5

Kids 12 and under FREE when accompanied.

First race at 5pm (Saturday). Stock Rod Practice 2pm-4pm, Gates open 2pm
First race at 1pm (Sunday). Gates open 11am

Stock Rods
World Championship sponsored by Gilmore Engineering Ltd
The World Championship trophy will go to a new home, with the 2019 champion, Northern Ireland's Jack Kennedy, not due to take his place on the grid. The only previous winner set to be on the grid is 83 Michael Bethune, who won the trophy here at the Racewall when it was last staged under the GMP banner in 2015.

Bethune is likely to be one of the biggest home hopes for the gold roof having had a consistent season so far, including victory in the ORCi Championship in Northern Ireland in June. British Champion 272 John McAllister has taken a few victories here at the Racewall and will also be a big threat as will former National Points Champion 216 Cameron Doak and former National Champion 29 David Philp Jnr, both of whom were winners at the last Stock Rod meeting here at the end of August. 41 Stuart McKinnon and 197 James Gray have had more than their fair share of mechanical gremlins to deal with through the season but will still be amongst those looking for the top spot while newcomers for 2021 113 Darren Macdonald and 629 Taylor Borthwick could be outside bets for the gold roof.

We are set to welcome what is likely to be the biggest ever field of Stock Rod drivers from the South West seen in Scotland this weekend, led by European Champion 909 Justin Washer and National Champion 944 Callum Hosie. Washer has been a regular visitor to the Racewall in recent seasons and has picked up some good results while Hosie ran well on his last visit here a few years ago. 103 Chris Horwell is a previous race winner at the Racewall, albeit in a Saloon Stock Car, but will be one to watch as will 426 Keith Channon who will have track experience to count on which may prove important in the main race.

The Northern Irish entry may be smaller than usual but there is still a very real threat that the title could go back over the Irish sea with five very quick drivers making the trip. 268 Kurtis Reid and 958 Shea Duff are two drivers who were very quick at the Racewall the last time they visited although are yet to make a Racewall championship weekend appearance which may count against them. 932 Ian Thompson Snr has been one of the most regular visitors in the Stock Rods in recent times and has picked up some good results to boot, while 16 Samuel Montgomery will make his Racewall debut and 115 Sam McKinstry his first Stock Rod appearance having raced in a Prostock World Cup a few years ago.

The current list of booked drivers appear below. Drivers with a * beside their number are seeded straight into the World Championship qualifying heats, while the drivers without will race in the Last Chance event which will be the opening Stock Rod event on World Final night.
*14 Ross Montgomery
*16 Samuel Montgomery
*20 Sandy Allen
*26 Lee Burden
27 Ian Ferguson
*29 David Philp Jnr
*32 James Horwell
*41 Stuart McKinnon
67 Craig Haxton
71 Chris Paul
*83 Michael Bethune
100 Cameron McDonald
*103 Chris Horwell
*113 Darren Macdonald
*115 Sam McKinstry
123 Craig Tosh
*184 Peter Thomson
*197 James Gray
*204 Georgie Polley
*216 Cameron Doak
*227 Jody Hawkins
*240 David Dignan
*268 Kurtis Reid
*272 John McAllister
*285 Martin Walker
*285 Peter Henderson
333 Steve Gunby
338 James Halkett
351 Rhys Langdown
*351 Stuart Wedderburn
374 Mark Blackie
*426 Keith Channon
*441 Tom Major
*444 Neil Gilogley
447 Jonathan Howe
*491 Sandy Galbraith
*612 Leon Stewart
*629 Taylor Borthwick
644 Martin Rankine
686 Euan Robertson
*691 Scott Galbraith
842 David Hosking
854 Chris Chance
862 Darryl Cock
*909 Justin Washer
*932 Ian Thompson Snr
*944 Callum Hosie
*958 Shea Duff

BriSCA F2 Stock Cars (Saturday only)
The BriSCA F2 Stock Cars will race at the Racewall one week on from their World Championship weekend at Skegness. For the third time in as many runnings, the Gold roof has come back north of the Border with 647 Chris Burgoyne taking the main event – his second World title having won the first time at the Racewall back in 2002 – some nineteen years ago. Burgoyne will be on hand on Saturday evening to show off the Gold roof. In what was a largely hard-hitting affair last weekend, many Scottish drivers picked up damage which may restrict the entry on Saturday evening. Among the drivers aiming to race include drivers new to the formula in 2021 144 Lewis Willacy and 402 Mika Millar while 652 Stephen Forster also hopes to be present.

Saloon Stock Cars (Saturday only)
The Saloon Stock Cars will be back in action at the Racewall for the final time before their annual Northern Irish Speedweekend with a large Scottish entry set to head across the Irish sea. The Saloons were also in action at Skegness last weekend with their ORCi Championship up for grabs, won by Michael Allard. 86 Andy Ainslie made his Skegness debut at that event and will be racing from the yellow grade for the first time on home soil this Saturday. 667 Johnny Wood will be hoping to continue his form from his last Cowdenbeath outing which saw him take victory in both the pre-meeting Whites and Yellows event as well as heat two proper. 122 Zak Gilmour was a double winner at the last Racewall meeting and will be looking to continue that sort of form this weekend while there is set to be a first Racewall appearance in some time for 45 Eck Cunningham. Booking list available here.

Prostock Basics (Sunday only)
The Prostock Basics will race at the Racewall for the first time since mid-August. A regrading has taken place since that occasion with recent in-form drivers 46 Alan Burden, 64 Callum Rennie and 700 Joanne Hilditch rising through the grades. 40 Alan Duncan and 764 Dave Rennie are set to continue their fledgling Prostock Basic careers and will be joined on track by newcomer 984 Cammy Deans. 21 Taylor Osborne, 55 Alistair Strachan and 822 Aimee Winfield will be among the drivers going in search of their first victories in the formula having come close on a few previous occasions. Booking list below:
6 Kailum Greig
17 Cameron Archibald
21 Taylor Osborne
40 Alan Duncan
46 Alan Burden
55 Alistair Strachan
64 Callum Rennie
240 Graeme Dignan
410 John Galloway
600 Kielan Ogilvie
640 Jordan Dignan
688 Lauren Ford
698 Martin Joy
700 Joanne Hilditch
764 Dave Rennie
822 Aimee Winfield
984 Cammy Deans

999 Nicole Russell 

Prostocks (Sunday only)
The Prostocks will race at the Racewall for the first time since their World Cup at the beginning of August, won by 170 Ian Christie. Front row starters for that race, 579 Graham Watt and 638 Darren Rae are set to be back in action and may well be the drivers to catch. 694 Grady Ross made his first Racewall appearance in a while at the last meeting and is set to return this week while fellow season debutants last time 162 Grumm Fleming and 304 Robert Conway are also set to reappear. 231 Grant Barker will make his first Racewall appearance of the year.

Micro Bangers (Sunday only)
Charity Event in aid of Myeloma UK including Chained Pairs race
The Bangers return to the Racewall in Micro format for the first time since early June. A number of drivers present on that occasion are set to return including 27 Liam Glendinning, 58 Ryan Thompson and 342 Ben Hyslop from the south of Scotland. 159 Callum Campbell and 180 Sean McConnachie will continue their ever-present records for the season at the Racewall. 99 Lee Clarke and 397 Kieran McKay will be amongst the drivers making their first Racewall appearances of 2021, the latter having landed the Open Scottish title at Crimond a fortnight ago. Booking list below:
3 Gary Doyle
11 Gav Fletcher
27 Liam Glendinning
58 Ryan Thompson
74 Jamie Sangster
83 Scott Lindsell
84 Robert Meikleham
90 Chris Watson
99 Lee Clarke
129 Liam Stevenson
155 Gav Broadbent
164 Gary Mentiplay
255 Joe Yeats
342 Ben Hyslop
397 Kieran McKay
557 Robert Ryan
901 Derek Wilson

Saturday 11th September

  • ORCi Stock Rod 2021 World Championship sponsored by Gilmore Engineering Ltd
  • BriSCA F2
  • Saloon Stock Cars