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    Unlimited Banger Final: 617 Jack Overy, 1500cc Banger Final: 178 Kieran Bowman, Junior Banger Final: 90 Joey Holmes

    Updated: 19 May 2019 21:09

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    2 Litre Banger Bandit Memorial: 340 Wes Freestone. 1500cc Banger Final: 624 Cameron Hubbard. Reliant Robin Final: 385 Roy Gedge. Ramp Rollover: 511 Jack Licquorice

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Sat 2 March (5.30pm) Preview




F2 Stock Cars

2 Litre Saloon Stock Cars

1300 Stock Cars

Admission - advance E tickets are highly recommended!

Drivers Booked to Race

Meeting Format 


Mark Paulson Preview



The stock car racing season begins in time-honoured fashion at the Adrian Flux Arena, King’s Lynn, on Saturday (2 March, 5:30pm) with a capacity entry of iron-clad machines ready to put on a first-class show of bumper bashing. The BriSCA Formula Two road to gold begins with their first world qualifying round, while the two-litre and 1300cc stock cars both contest their prestigious Clive Grief Memorial meetings.

The arena boasts great viewing all around (plenty of under cover viewing too!), FREE on site and overflow parking, disabled viewing, licensed bars, ample food outlets and other great facilities. 

Please note that all bags will be searched on entry and coolboxes, glass and alcohol are not allowed to be bought into the venue.


There are currently 59 F2 Stock Cars, 39 2L Stock Cars and 43 1300 Stock Cars booked in to race. 


Any driver who turns up unbooked will not receive any complimentary admissions / start monies which they may be entitled to. If you are not listed below and would like to race please contact 07939 580652  if F2 or 1300 Stock Car driver, or Marion if you are a 2L Stock Car Driver.

Drivers please note that the pits open at  2pm and your early arrival will be appreciated. Drivers turning up in the last hour could well find themselves missing their first race. Please note you will not be able to save space in the pits and if you want to park with someone please make sure you turn up with them. Only race transporters will be allowed in the pits. 


BriSCA Formula Two

Heading the entry for the purpose-built specials is shale supremo #226 Billy Webster. The Yorkshireman swept all before him on shale last year, including reclaiming the King’s Lynn track championship. He will be gunning for more glory this time.

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226 Billy Webster is a high flyer on shale! 


After a season spent largely on the sidelines, four-time World of Shale champion #606 Andrew Palmer returns to action at the track where he won seven races in six meetings across the 2016 and ’17 seasons.


The third King’s Lynn track champion in action will be 2017 winner #995 Michael Lund who will be debuting his newly-built car. One of the strongest performers at the track over the past few seasons, Lund should be a frontrunner.


995 Michael Lund is a strong performer around King's Lynn


Among the other stars of shale on the booking list are European champion #788 Stephen Mallinson and fellow northern stars #298 Jake Walker, who won the meeting final at King’s Lynn last August, and #905 Rob Mitchell, who scooped the World of Shale title at King’s Lynn in 2012. Now established as one of the formula’s leading lights, #560 Luke Wrench has made significant strides on shale over the past couple of years and is likely to be one to watch, while #26 Gary Ford ended last season in the form of his life and will be aiming to continue that hot streak this year.


F2 action from their last meeting 


Other strong contenders include #124 Ollie Skeels and #55 Courtney Finnikin, both past final winners at the track, while #78 Henry King could be considered under-graded from yellow.


 55 Courtney Finnikin made good use of the practise day; getting her new car upto speed


As is often the case, we also welcome visitors from the east. Crossing the North Sea for some early-season shale shifting are star Dutchmen H186 Ricardo Smidt, winner of the Friday night final in last year’s Easter holidays, and H229 Tjalle Greidanus, the youngster with a big future. They will be joined by H191 Fransie Burhenne and H799 Ad Kamps.


Dutch visitor H186 Riccardo Smidt was a Final winner here in 2018 and will be hoping to steer clear of trouble again!


West Country racer #111 Lewis Geach loves his outings on the loose, and this weekend will be accompanied by fellow Exeter man #828 Julian Coombes, while former superstar #542 Steven Gilbert travels all the way from Cornwall.


Ministox graduates #130 Emma Ford and #202 Will Knight will be joining the fray, and there is also a debut for #69 Ben Chalkley.


New to the F2's; 69 Ben Chalkey will be one to keep an eye on!



2 Litre Saloon Stock Cars

The Clive Grief Memorial is always a special occasion to open the season for the Heavy Metal Brigade as we remember one of the formula’s most popular drivers from times gone by. Last year’s event was particularly poignant as Clive’s son Luke (#219) managed to win the race held in honour of his father.


219 Luke Grief made sure he took the trophy in his Dads memorial race last year


Another past winner who confirmed his booking in good time was #391 Jake Banwell, the local youngster who took the trophy in 2014 but has since faced a long road to recovery from a nasty back injury. Having run a hire car last season, and had some outings in 1300cc stock cars, Banwell – along with his super-smart car – is now back.

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It's good to have 391 Jake Banwell back in a 2 Litre Saloon 

Continuing the theme of rising stars, youngsters #172 Jack Rust and #120 Luke Dorling had breakthrough seasons last year and are certain to be ones to watch this season, while #399 Cole Atkins has been the nation’s most committed driver for the past two seasons despite being just 18 years old.


172 Jack Rust is an ever improving performer


As always at King’s Lynn, the formula’s champions will be out in force. European champion and National Series runner-up #116 Diggy Smith leads the way; one of the formula’s greatest ever drivers – he was voted third in a comprehensive poll conducted last year – no-one has more experience than Diggy. British champion #730 Deane Mayes is consistently one of the strongest performers at King’s Lynn, while UK champion #349 Michael Allard is making his full return from injury, having had an off-season outing at Eastbourne over the Christmas period.

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116 Diggy Smith is usually involved in the action!


We also welcome back veteran #420 Ivan Street after he was kept on the sidelines last year, while there is a return to the formula for #450 Luke Jackson, the 1300cc star who made a handful of outings in the two-litres a few years ago. Local stars #428 Lee Sampson and #26 Tommy Barnes should be in the thick of the action, while shale expert #148 Ian Redden will enjoy getting a slide on.

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A common sight in 2 Litre Saloon Stock Cars 


Travelling all the way from Scotland for some fun on the loose will be Lynn regular #600 Barry Russell and young gun #125 Euan Mathieson. Completing a quintet of Scotsmen are #620 Aaryn Triggs, #671 Ross Graham and #777 Alan Ainslie.


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Top drawer spectacular 2 Litre Saloon Stock Car actoin can be found at King's Lynn


Clive Grief Memorial Roll of Honour

Year Venue 1st 2nd 3rd
2009 King's Lynn 156 Darren Goudy 511 Craig Barnett 368 Steve Santry
2010 King's Lynn 499 David Aldous 618 Stuart Shevill Jr 115 Scott Aldridge
2011 King's Lynn 570 Simon Venni 219 Luke Grief 912 Andi Newman
2012 King's Lynn 51 Paul Licquorice 570 Simon Venni 428 Lee Sampson
2013 King's Lynn 306 Daniel Parker 428 Lee Sampson 6 Simon Welton
2014 King's Lynn 391 Jake Banwell 306 Daniel Parker 219 Luke Grief
2015 King's Lynn 144 Daniel Bullock 6 Simon Welton 698 Danny Colliver
2016 King's Lynn 6 Simon Welton 499 David Aldous 321 Marcus Skeels
2017 King's Lynn 6 Simon Welton 306 Daniel Parker 349 Michael Allard
2018 King's Lynn 219 Luke Grief 349 Michael Allard 306 Daniel Parker



1300cc Stock Cars

The smaller stock cars also contest their version of the Clive Grief Memorial, won last year by #400 Kevin Shinn. Only one other past winner is set to be in action this weekend and that is the driver who won the inaugural edition in 2010, the formula’s star man #216 Dan Booth. The Spalding driver’s car will be sporting a silver roof with twin gold stripes signifying his status as national points and World of Shale champion, each of which he has won on multiple occasions.


 400 Kevin Shinn will be doing all he can to retain the Clive Grief Memorial


If Booth is the yardstick everyone else has to measure up to, the form driver over the second half of last season was newcomer #303 Jacob Bromley, who made a stellar start to his senior racing career in a family-built car.Other likely frontrunners include #149 Todd Payne and #422 Martin Taylor, while Startrax national points winner #367 Tom Keep will be out to prove he can live with the top Trackstar men too.

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149 Todd Payne coming under attack from 317 Lauren Overy


Spedeworth’s #104 Paul Brown Jr has plenty of experience at King’s Lynn, even if more of it is in Bangers than stock cars, while #191 Luke Leedell and #535 Connor Sheldrake have established themselves well in the formula.


The yellow grade is packed with drivers who are probably too good for it and so will be looking to make hay from their advantageous starts before being upgraded. They include #55 Ricky Ivatt, who made rapid progress at the end of last season, young gun #730 Brandon Mayes and experienced campaigners #731 Barry Wade and #781 Scott Sparrow.


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Under 25 Champion 55 Ricky Ivatt tackling 781 Scott Sparrow


As usual, a packed white grade will make it hard work for those starting behind. One to watch could be Ministox graduate #504 Danny Elbourn, after a very successful career in the junior ranks, while the experienced #76 Jonathan Upchurch is on the comeback trail and could be dangerous from the front of the grid.


1300cc Stock Car Clive Grief Memorial Roll of Honour

Year Venue 1st 2nd 3rd
2010 King's Lynn 216 Dan Booth 567 Matt Banwell 240 Todd Shales
2011 King's Lynn 673 John Moat 142 Lee Farrell 240 Todd Shales
2012 King's Lynn 144 Dean Bristow 216 Dan Booth 447 Richard Hampshire
2013 King's Lynn 344 Ross Fisher 143 Sam Begley 473 Dean Moat
2014 King's Lynn 340 Wesley Freestone 377 Dean Whitwell 573 Shane Moat
2015 King's Lynn 702 Allen Cooper 400 Kevin Shinn 673 John Moat
2016 King's Lynn 161 Billy Smith 216 Dan Booth 731 Barry Wade
2017    King's Lynn 161 Billy Smith 573 Shane Moat 46 Paul Aylward
2018 King's Lynn 400 Kevin Shinn 390 Karl Morris 129 Will Morphey





On the day admission is as follows;

Adult - £17

OAP - £14

12-15 year old - £7

Kids up to 11 free

Family (2 adults & 2 12 - 15 year olds) - £45

Click here to save money and beat the queues with advance discount tickets - Highly recomended



Drivers Booked in to Race

Click www.saloonstockcars.com for an up to date list of 2L Stock Cars


F2 Stock Cars

Superstar - Red Roof & Flashing Lights

226 Billy Webster Leeds


European Champion - Red & Yellow Checks

788 Stephen Mallinson Littleborough


Star Grade - Red Roof

26 Gary Ford Barnsley

184 Aaron Vaight Ormskirk

H186 Ricardo Smidt Holland

H229 Tjalle Greidanus Holland

298 Jake Walker Chesterfield

488 Liam Benthan Chorley

542 Steven Gilbert Liskeard

560 Luke Wrench Crewe

606 Andrew Palmer Peterborough

618 Ben Lockwood Huddersfield

701 John Thompson Doncaster

905 Rob Mitchell Colne

968 Micky Brennan Nelson


A Grade - Blue Roof

12 Daniel Ford Barnsley

55 Courtney Finnikin Leek

72 Ryan Jones Dewsbury

124 Ollie Skeels Wisbech

142 Jonathan Hadfield Buxton

219 Chris Mitchell Colne

259 Simon Farrington Coventry

277 Billy Banwell Dereham

282 Ant Riley Accrington

464 Matt Linfield Billingshurst

682 Jason Cooper Downham Market

995 Michael Lund Accrington



B Grade - Yellow Roof

69 Ben Chalkley Arlesley

78 Henry King Wisbech

81 Mark Clayton Sleaford

111 Lewis Geach Exeter

132 Dan Birkin Buxton

H191 Frans Burhenne Holland

210 Tristan Claydon Market Drayton

212 Jak Hall Manchester

231 Matthew Clayton Great Hockham

233 Rob Aldridge King's Lynn

524 Michael Wallbank Gisburn

715 Scott Aldridge King's Lynn

728 Karl Pilkington Bacup

735 Mick Haworth Blackburn

755 Stuart Simpson Ulverston

H799 Ad Kamps Holland

828 Julian Coombes Exeter

981 Ian Bailey Tring


C Grade - White Roof

88 Stefan Miller Leek

130 Emma Ford Northwich

131 Gary Leech Sudbourne

202 Will Knight Chipping

235 Bradley Blyth Wisbech

252 Sam Claxton Fakenham

286 Ross Tyler Burton on Trent

344 Luke Woodhull Loughborough

413 Richard Rayner Balsham

414 Josh Rayner Balsham

608 Keith Minshall Rugeley

664 Martin Brown Olney

770 Jay Lambe Worcester

941 Jamie Lane Leicester



1300 Stock Cars

National Points & World of Shale Champion - Silver with Twin Gold Stripes

216 Dan Booth Spalding Sponsored by F2 Couriers & W Lunn Haulage


Startrax National Points Champion - Silver Roof

367 Tom Keep Colchester


English Champion

23 Lee Pearce Bromley


Superstar - Red Roof & Flashing Lights

149 Todd Payne Worstead Sponsored by Trunch Garage & C R Solomon Plasterer & Tiler

183 Ryan Jordan Aldershot

303 Jacob "Bromers" Bromley Canterbury Sponsored by RMS, Tin Bin, Autopark & LSR


Star Grade - Red Roof

92 Charlie Morphey 

104 Paul Brown Braintree

400 Kevin Shinn Peterborough

422 Martin Taylor Sheffield


A Grade - Blue Roof

142 Jack Lower Sudbury

160 Jacques West London

191 Luke Leedell Peterborough

217 Jason Clow Spalding Sponsored by B&M Autos & Munton & Clayton Steelwork Services

421 Chris Taylor Sheffield Sponsored by Charlotte Motors Salvage & BK Car Transport

473 Dean Moat Wisbech


B Grade - Yellow Roof

42 Carl "Fat Boy Slim" Morgan Mildenhall

55 Ricky Ivatt Spalding Sponsored by L&D Private Hire, Fencab Engineering & Lunns Haulage

681 Dan Moore Grantham

711 Clark Wells London

730 Brandon "Bubba" Mayes Diss Sponsored by N&R Autos

731 Barry "Wadey" Wade Wyverstone Sponsored by Steve Lumley Planing, Two Counties Storage & C J Overy Transport & Crane Hire

760 Robert Spinks Norwich

769 Ben Englestone North Walsham

781 Scott Sparrow Wisbech


C Grade - White Roof

40 Jake Stringer-Adams Sheffield

44 Jamie Fitzakerley Littleport

72 Billy Bond March

76 Jonathan Upchurch March

129 Joe "Skitz" Skutela Hertford Sponsored by RJS Welding Services, B&T Environmental Services & Pat Taylor Grab Services

131 Callum Anderson Whitstable

144 Jordan "Bungle" Godfrey Canterbury

162 Mark "Newsy" Newman Southampton

209 Barty Ketteringham Wisbech

285 Polly Rade Garveston

428 Ben Airey Ipswich

504 Danny "Allard" Elbourn Bury St Edmunds Sponsored by Autopark MOT & SVS Centre

512 Sean Cooper Cambridge Sponsored by Scrapco - Red Lodge - A&S Car Dismantlers

560 Andrew "Puddy" Milner Ipswich Sponsored by Drive Away Salvage

561 Stephen Murphy Holbeach

699 Will Bone

880 Anthony "Little Wan" Kerr Wisbech Sponsored by Wisbech Breakers, Spencer Lee Autos & Denton Metals

977 Patrick Fitzakerley Ely


Meeting format:

1) 1300 Stock Car Stars of Tomorrow
2) 2L Stock Car Stars of Tomorrow
3) F2 Stock Car Heat 1
4) F2 Stock Car Heat 2
5) 1300 Stock Car Heat 2
6) 2L Stock Car Clive Grief Memorial
7) F2 Stock Car Consolation
8) 1300 Stock Car Heat 3
9) 2L Stock Car All Comers 1
10) F2 Stock Car Final
11) 1300 Stock Car Clive Grief Memorial
12) 2L Stock Car All Comers 2
13) F2 Stock Car Grand National



F2 Stock Car Heat Splits

The top twelve drivers from both heats and the consolation will qualify for the meeting final

Heat 1

Euro Champ: 788

Red: 184 H229 542 560 618 701

Blue: 72 142 277 282 464 682 722

Yellow: 69 111 132 H191 210 212 735 755 981

White: 130 131 252 286 414 608 786 941


Heat 2

Superstar: 226

Red: 26 H186 298 488 606 905 968

Blue: 12 55 124 219 259 995

Yellow: 81 231 233 524 715 728 H799 828

White: 88 202 235 344 413 664 770



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