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Latest Results

  • Sunday 03 February

    Sunday 03 February

    1500cc Bangers: 830 Lee White. Overall team points winner: Team Mates "A", Entertainer Team: Predators "A"

    Updated: 09 Feb 2019 23:55

  • Sunday 20 January

    Sunday 20 January

    Unlimited Banger: 907 Cameron Bradford, Micro Bangers: 308 Kevin Baxter, Junior Bangers: 999 Louie Cottrill

    Updated: 23 Jan 2019 21:20

  • Next Meetings

    • Sunday 24 February - 11am
    • Practice Day - Open to all formulas with the exception of BriSCA F1 & V8 Stock Cars
    • Saturday 02 March - 17:30
    • F2 Stock Cars, 2L Stock Car Clive Grief Memorial & 1300cc Stock Cars Clive Grief Memorial
    • Saturday 16 March - 17:00
    • 1500cc Bangers, 2L Bangers, Junior Bangers & 1300 Stock Cars
    • Saturday 30 March - 17:30
    • F1 Stock Cars, 2L Stock Cars & BriSCA MiniStox

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2L Stock Car World Final Grid

The 2L Stock Car World Final is the season pinnacle for this season and one of the major highlights of the international short oval racing calendar.

GB drivers qualify for their World Final grid position through the 2L Stock Car World Ranking system with top international drivers then being seeded onto the World Final grid with their positions on the grid being determined with their performance in their own countries points charts. The top 24 drivers in the World Rankings together with the top eight international seed make up the World Final grid. In addition to this a further six drivers are up for grabs through the last chance race which will be made up of both GB and International drivers with the last chance grid being formed based on drivers performances in the World Rankings or for overseas competitiors, their performance in their home country points charts. The grid for the World FInal appears below;

World Championship
Saturday 18 August 2018
Adrian Flux Arena, King's Lynn, PE34 3AG
Inside Rows Outside
349 Michael Allard 1 730 Deane Mayes
399 Cole Atkins 2 306 Daniel Parker
641 Willie Skoyles Jr 3 428 Lee Sampson
711 Anthony McIvor 4 H868 Bart Wouters
27 Kieren Bradford 5 670 Ross Watters
26 Tommy Barnes 6 171 Adam O'Dell
H16 Jeremy van der Kraats 7 811 Kieran McIvor
570 Simon Venni 8 600 Barry Russell
219 Luke Grief 9 157 Max Stott
747 Matthew Stirling 10 H153 Nick Antwerpen
116 Diggy Smith 11 199 Philip Powell
360 Carl Waterfield 12 671 Ross Graham
84 Carl Boswell 13 38 Barry Glen
276 Ben King 14 800 Scott Greenslade
218 Jacob Downey 15 131 Timmy Barnes
H321 Hein-Durk Vellema 16 153 Ryan Wright
Last Chance 1st 17 Last Chance 2nd
Last Chance 3rd 18 Last Chance 4th
Last Chance 5th 19 Last Chance 6th

The 18 August will see the thirty seventh running of the World Final which can traces its roots back to 1982 when 254 Datlev Katstein was the first winner at Kaldenkirchen in Germany. Since then the World Final has taken place at fourteen different tracks around Europe. This will be the fifth time that King's Lynn has had the honour of staging the race. The full 2L Stock Car Roll of Honour can be accessed here.

The current World Champion 306 Dan Parker took the top honours at Cowdenbeath in Scotland last season. It was a typically robust and hard drive which saw the charging young gun win the title and although Parker has not had the easiest of runs from the back of the grid as World Champion he knows how to get around the Adrian Flux Arena quickly and significantly currently leads the King's Lynn Track Championship so will enter the World Final full of confidence.

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Defending 2L Stock Car World Champion 306 Dan Parker


Last Chance Grid
Inside Rows Outside
85 Kyle Irvine 1 529 Jason Secker
350 Tommy Parrin 2 888 Shane Emerson
182 Lewis Gallie 3 56 Grorge Boult Jnr
217 Sid Madgwick 4 298 Ian Elms
220 Casey Englestone 5 120 Luke Dorling
777 Alan Ainslie 6 610 Trent Arthurton
172 Jack Rust 7 NI166 William Ogilby
270 Matt Fuller 8 30 Thomas Howard
190 John Wagstaff 9 148 Ian Redden
525 Wes Starmer 10 NI 160 David Patton
128 Craig Banwell 11 537 Tom Alsop
316 Danny McCluskey 12 214 Tom Yould
448 Martin Kibble 13 470 David Vaughan
680 Jamie Reid 14 19 Darren Mansi
425 Tom Balls 15 502 Tyler Bloomfield
H339 Janharma Kingma 16 573 Marty Lake
29 Alan Hooker 17 24 Richard Skeels
192 Robert Heanes 18 248 Will Makins
389 Ryan Santry 19 733 Kyle Picton



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