Fixtures list 2022

Saturday 25th June

The second speedweekend of 2022 sees the BriSCA F2 Stock Cars take centre stage with their Nationals, Mac100 Trophy and Scottish Championship all up for grabs. The ORCi Ministox will race for the Open Scottish Championship at the Racewall for the first time since its re-introduction. On Saturday evening the ORCi Stock Rods race for their Gordon Ross Memorial while on Sunday afternoon the Saloon Stock Cars go for their Scottish Championship. Additionally, there will be racing for the Micro F2s on both days.

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Weekend (2 days)
Adults - £35
Concessions - £29
Youth (13-15) - £12
Kids 12 and Under - FREE

Single Day
Adults - £18
Concessions - £15
Youth (13-15) - £6
Kids 12 and Under – FREE
50/25p per ticket booking fee applies

On the Day Prices
Adults - £20
Concessions - £17
Youth (13-15) - £7
Kids 12 and Under – FREE

Last updated 8.50pm, 23/06/22.

Saturday Evening – Main Meeting Starts at 5pm
BriSCA F2 Nationals & Mac100 Trophy
ORCi Ministox Open Scottish Championship
ORCi Stock Rod Gordon Ross Shield
Stock Rod Practice – 2.15-2.45pm
Ministox Practice – 2.45-3.15pm
Micro F2 Heat 1 – 3.15pm
BriSCA F2 Practice – 3.45-4.15pm

Sunday Afternoon – Main Meeting Starts at 1pm
BriSCA F2 Scottish Championship
Saloon Stock Car Scottish Championship
ORCi Ministox Keir Millar Memorial
Micro F2 races from 12.45pm

BriSCA F2 Stock Cars
The BriSCA F2 Stock Cars have three major trophies to settle over the course of the weekend's racing. There are set to be three former Nationals Champions on the grid – former World Champion 100 George MacMillan Jnr, former British Champion 16 Craig Wallace and current World Champion 647 Chris Burgoyne. Burgoyne and Wallace are also former winners of the Mac100 Trophy, and along with other previous winner 3 Liam Rennie, will be looking to wrestle the trophy away from current holder 7 Gordon Moodie. Burgoyne will be aiming to be only the second driver to retain the Scottish Championship on Sunday afternoon, with Moodie the only driver to have done so at present. The only other former Scottish Champion due in action will be 629 Euan Millar.

Three of the stars of the opening half of the season in the BriSCA F2s in Scotland all started out in the lower grades – 172 Trevor Harris, 391 Gregor Turner and 975 Graeme Leckie. With the Nationals race being formed via a random draw, could any of them take the biggest victories of their careers so far with a favourable grid position? Typically, both the Mac100 Trophy and Scottish Championships are run via graded order – this could open up opportunities for the likes of 402 Mika Millar, 512 Jason Blacklock and 652 Stephen Forster should they make a break from the pack.

The visiting entry is set to be led by regular visitor 184 Aaron Vaight and former Novice of the Year 992 Harley Burns. 251 Craig Driscoll has taken victories at the Racewall in the past as well while both 142 Jonathan Hadfield and 903 Ben Spence are always ones to look out for. 27 Kieren Bradford is set to make his first Racewall BriSCA F2 appearance. Booking list below:

3 Liam Rennie
7 Gordon Moodie
16 Craig Wallace
17 Paul Reid
27 Kieren Bradford
100 George MacMillan Jnr
142 Jonathan Hadfield
172 Trevor Harris
183 Charlie Guinchard
184 Aaron Vaight
202 Colin Forbes
217 Craig Reid
251 Craig Driscoll
280 Peter Watt
391 Gregor Turner
402 Mika Millar
512 Jason Blacklock
629 Euan Millar
647 Chris Burgoyne
652 Stephen Forster
674 Steven Burgoyne
679 Kieran Howie
903 Ben Spence
975 Graeme Leckie
992 Harley Burns

ORCi Ministox
The ORCi Ministox will race for the Open Scottish Championship for the first time since it's re-introduction. The only previous winner set to be on the grid is defending champion 178 Scott Allardyce. The Keir Millar Memorial will be the main event for the Ministox on Sunday afternoon – the 2021 version saw 172 Rian Mitchell take victory. Among the drivers who will be favourites to displace the defending champions will be the likes of 7 Charlie Hardie, 42 Jake Wilson, 84 Robbie Armit and 647 Lewis Clark Burgoyne. 050 Ethan Jack Gemmell and 165 Jamie Dawson have also been performing well of late while 68 Charlie Burgoyne was the last Final winner at the Racewall. British Champion 202 Cody Bradford is set to make his first trip north of the season and is likely to be immediately in amongst the action while 60 Bailey Millar is also set to make his first appearance of 2022. 79 Mason Howe is a recent addition to the class and has shown up well while 629 Kerr Paterson took his first podium at our last meeting a fortnight ago – both will be among the drivers to watch from the front of the grid. Booking list below:

3 Madison Gilmour
7 Charlie Hardie
27 Robbie Scott
42 Jake Wilson
050 Ethan Jack Gemmell
60 Bailey Millar
68 Charlie Burgoyne
79 Mason Howe
84 Robbie Armit
88 Kyle Rogerson
136 Shaun Boyle
145 Rachel Kidd
165 Jamie Dawson
167 Sam Cavanagh
172 Rian Mitchell
178 Scott Allardyce
202 Cody Bradford
352 Koddi Wright
484 Dean Heeps
627 Andrew Scott
628 Ross McLaughlin
629 Kerr Paterson
644 Owen Marshall
647 Lewis Clark Burgoyne
680 Bobby Brandon
689 Abbie Carruthers
699 Jay Carruthers
858 Rhys Anderson

ORCi Stock Rods (Saturday only)

The ORCi Stock Rods will race for the coveted Gordon Ross Memorial. A large amount of sponsorship, including a plethora of tyres, has been organised and raised by Alan Stenhouse for the event. ORCi Champion 83 Michael Bethune & National Points Champion 216 Cameron Doak lead the entry. 197 James Gray will be keen to regain the shield, having been a previous winner. 170 Ian Christie and 612 Leon Stewart both put in strong performances at the last meeting around a month ago – can they take a win or two on Saturday night? Visiting interest is set to include Open Scottish Champion 92 William Donnell, from Northern Ireland, as well as 916 Luke Thomas from the South West of England. Former Prostock Basics star 9 Ben Sher and 141 Bailey McKinnon will make their first outings in the class, while former World Champion 829 Stuart Fox is also set to feature for the first time in a number of seasons. Booking list below:

9 Ben Sher
17 Dylan Smart*
32 John Tosh
79 Sean Devine
83 Michael Bethune
92 William Donnell
123 Craig Tosh
141 Bailey McKinnon
170 Ian Chrsitie
172 Derek Conner
197 James Gray
216 Cameron Doak
257 Paul Prentice
338 James Halkett*
374 Mark Blackie
612 Leon Stewart
644 Martin Rankine
686 Euan Robertson
829 Stuart Fox
854 Chris Chance
916 Luke Thomas

Saloon Stock Cars (Sunday only)
The Saloon Stock Cars will compete for the right to wear the St Andrew's Cross on their roof for the next twelve months. There will be three former Scottish Champions on the grid: defending champion 85 Kyle Irvine, British & UK Champion 618 Stuart Shevill Jnr and 684 Ian McLaughlin Irvine and McLaughlin will be going in search of their third titles, while Shevill Jnr is on the hunt for title number five.

European Champion 600 Barry Russell and former Irish Open Champion 670 Ross Watters will be among the main challengers looking to add the St Andrew's Cross to their roofs for the first time. 407 Declan Honeyman, 546 Charlie Folan and 667 Johnny Wood all ply their trades from either the blue or red grades having started the season as white graders so can't be discounted while 45 Eck Cunningham, 122 Zak Gilmour and 697 Jordan Cassie were all first-time winners this season last Saturday and could be hitting form at the right time while 5 Tam Rutherford Jnr, 38 Barry Glen and 607 Stevie Honeyman will be hoping to rekindle their early season form in their quest for glory. Booking list below:

5 Tam Rutherford Jnr
19 Dale Robertson
38 Barry Glen
45 Eck Cunningham
60 Cameron Milne
85 Kyle Irvine
86 Andy Ainslie
122 Zak Gilmour
124 Andrew Mathieson
207 Greg Honeyman
265 Lee Burden
407 Declan Honeyman
546 Charlie Folan
600 Barry Russell*
601 Logan Bruce
607 Stevie Honeyman
618 Stuart Shevill Jnr
622 Gary Paterson
626 Derek Duff
667 Johnny Wood
670 Ross Watters
684 Ian McLaughlin
697 Jordan Cassie

Saturday 25th June

  • BriSCA F2 Nationals & Mac100 Trophy
  • ORCi Ministox Open Scottish Championship
  • ORCi Stock Rods Gordon Ross Memorial
  • MicroF2 Heats during afternoon
  • 5pm Start