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    Final winners; F1 Stock Cars 390 Stuart Smith, 2L Stock Car Driver of the Year 730 Deane Mayes, 2L Stock Car White & Yellows 26 Tommy Barnes & V8 Stock Car 187 Craig Smith. Mark Paulson's meeting report has now been added

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Introduction

F1 Stock Cars

V8 Stock Car British Championship

BriSCA MiniStox

Free Funfair Ride

Admission - advance E ticketsa re highly recommended!

Drivers Booked to Race

Meeting Formatt & Heat Splits

 

Mark Paulson Preview

 

Introduction

BriSCA Formula One Stock Cars return to King’s Lynn for the first time in two months this weekend (22 July, 5:30pm), while V8 Hot Stox make their only visit of the year, and the programme is completed by Ministox.

 

There are currently 46 F1 Stock Cars, 32 V8 Stock Cars and 26 BriSCA MiniStox booked in to race

Please note that any driver who turns up unbooked will not receive any complimentary admissions that they may be entitled to and may also not be allowed to race if the event is still fully booked.

Drivers should book in to race through their association.

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. 

 

BriSCA Formula One Stock Cars

The early entry is headed by world champion 1 Frankie Wainman Jr who, after streaking to a pair of dominant final wins at the track at the start of last year, has not claimed the main event at King’s Lynn since. Will he be able to break that streak this weekend?

 

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Can World Champion 1 Frankie Wainman Jnr win his first King's Lynn final in over a year this Saturday?

 

Frankie’s brother 212 Danny Wainman has never won a final at King’s Lynn but has been going very well at the track this year so could well be in contention this weekend. Completing the family team, 555 Frankie Wainman Jr Jr is seeking his first-ever win on shale, and is growing in confidence on the loose surface after some strong performances this season.

The Wainmans’ traditional rival, 390 Stuart Smith Jr won the grand national last time out and has looked devastatingly quick when things are running well so, despite professing not to be a fan of the track, he will certainly be one to watch. Smith couldnt stop winning at the start of the season but an upgrading to Superstar in May has seen the chequered flags dry up for the Rochdale driver and indeed since being graded Superstar he has only taken one race victory which was the aforemantioned Grand National here last time out and he will be keen to get into the winners circle again on Saturday.

Rotherham racer 21 Mark Gilbank has been in fine form this season, scorching to main event success at the April world qualifier. He may not be one of the sport’s superstars, but discount him at your peril.

 

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Discount the chances of 21 Mark Gilbank at your peril

 

Deposed European champion 4 Dan Johnson returns to a plain old red roof this weekend, which might give him that little extra motivation. Always on the pace and one of the hardest chargers there is, Johnson surprisingly hasn’t won a final at the Saddlebow Road venue for three years. Time to put that right.

Transatlantic superstar 84 Tom Harris will add some spice to proceedings, while Norfolk’s own 16 Mat Newson carries home hopes.

 

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Expect 84 Tom Harris to add spice to proceedings

In the last weekend of action before the Shootout qualification cut-off, 259 Paul Hines retains a very slim hope of deposing 422 Ben Riley and clinching a top-12 spot. He needs something of a miracle but stranger things have happened. Both will be in action on Saturday night.

Track specialist 335 Mark Woodhull could be one to watch, while fans’ favourites 45 Nigel Harrhy and 326 Mark Sargent should entertain the packed terraces.

 

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Expect fans favorite 45 Nigel Harrhy to be entertaining the terraces

 

There is a welcome return for 94 John Dowson Jr, while 18 Richard Ahern continues his fledgling BriSCA F1 career, following in his famous father’s footsteps. We are also delighted to welcome a four-strong Dutch contingent in H40 Mark Tesselaar, H54 Sierd de Vries H295 Willem Zwerver and H410 Jelle Tesselaar all of whom know the fast way around the Adrian Flux Arena.

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54 Sierd de Vries is one of several welcome Dutch visitors

 

 

V8 Hot Stox

In their annual appearance on the Norfolk shale, the Rover V8-engined cars contest the second most important title there is, the British Championship.

 

211 Phoebe Wainman defends the crown and will be very keen to keep hold of the black-and-white chequered roof, just like her father Frankie did in BriSCA F1. Phoebe hasn’t always had the best of fortune at King’s Lynn but she’s perfectly capable of getting the job done.

 

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Will 211 Phoebe Wainman retain the British title she won last year?

 

Points leader 498 Olly Spencer is another obvious contender, along with world champion 1 Adam Joyce. Former European champion 328 Michael Boswell is another with proven pedigree in big races.

450 Sam Mee was the winner of the main event at King’s Lynn two years ago. He, like 137 Sam Jacklin, relative local 222 Guy Jolly, and 575 Darren Cottrill, is a very strong performer on shale and so will also fancy his chances of being in the mix.

 

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575 Darren Cottrill is a strong performer on shale and will fancy his chances of being in the mix

 

 

Ministox

The under-16s make their second appearance at the track this season. Pint-sized 180 Jack Witts took the main honours last time out, and the sophomore driver will be looking to continue that kind of form this weekend.

 

National champion 1 Charlie Guinchard, British champion 8 Catherine Harris and European champion 392 Lewis Evans are the drivers everyone has to beat, but there are plenty more capable winners in the strong field.

 

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British Champion 8 Catherine Harris is always one of the drivers to beat around King's Lynn

 

Spalding’s 798 Finn Sargent is likely to have home support on the terraces, while third generation racer 391 Rebecca Smith will also be glad of a shorter-than-usual trip from her Essex base and is another likely frontrunner.

 

Funfair Rides

All the fun of the fair will be at King's Lynn on Saturday. The good news for mum and dad is that the ride will b e free for the kids to go on as often as they like!

 

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Admission

On the day admission is as follows;

Adult - £18

OAP - £16

12-15 year old - £7

Kids up to 11 free

Family (2 adults & 2 12 - 15 year olds) - £46

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

 

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

 

Drivers Booked in to Race

F1 Stock Car Drivers

 

World Champion – Gold Roof

1 Frankie Wainman – Keighley

 

Superstar – Red Roof & Flashing Lights

16 Matt Newson - Norwich

21 Mark Gilbank – Rotherham

84 Tom Harris – Banbury

197 Ryan Harrison – Rothwell

217 Lee Fairhurst - Bolton

H226 Peter van de Lest - Holland

390 Stuart Smith - Rochdale

 

Star Grade – Red Roof

4 Dan Johnson – Worksop

25 Bradley Harrison – Rotherham

175 Karl Hawkins – Towcester

207 Ben Hurdman - Inkberrow

212 Danny Wainman – Keighley

259 Paul Hines – Hinckley

422 Ben Riley - Salford                    

464 Luke Davidson - Altrincham

555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr - Keighley

 

A Grade – Blue Roof

H40 Mark Tesselaar - Holland

94 John Downson – Durham

137 Sam Jacklin – Manchester

169 Billy Johnson – Loughborough

183 Steve Whittle - Winsford

191 Joshua Smith – Loughborough

249 Jonathan Gibson - Bury

326 Mark Sargent – Spalding

335 Mark Woodhull – Leicester

H410 Jelle Tesselaar - Holland

462 Scott Davids - Manchester

463 James Morris - Warrington

 

B Grade – Yellow Roof

11 Neil Scriven - Circenster

32 Chris Farnell - Clitheroe

45 Nigel Harrhy – Sollihull

54 Sierd de Vries - Holland

192 Luke Dennis – Rugby

215 Geoff Nicholls – Melton Mowbray

225 Marc Clayton – Chesterfield                                 

278 Paul Hopkins – Lincoln

293 Eliot Smith - Halifax

372 Colin Goodswen – Harleston

415 Russell Cooper - Sawston

 

C Grade – White Roof

57 William Fenwick - Hartlepool

83 Darren Smith – Uttoxeter

127 Austin Moore – Blackburn

268 Richard Woods – Newark

280 Colin Nairn - Leicester

483 Wayne Marshall – Chesterfield

 

 

 

V8 Stock Cars

1 Adam Joyce

17 George Riley

26 Hayley Williams

42 Rob Barber

63 Dave Sharp

69 Matt Barnard

117 Rob Scriven

131 Kevin Stutchbury

136 Rob Jacklin

154 Sophie Maynard

159 Carl Radforth

182 Dave Cheetham

187 Craig Smith

201 Stephen Treherne

211 Phoebe Wainman

222 Guy Jolly

242 Joe Nickolls

245 Lucy Olorenshaw

251 Noah Medway

275 Terry Hawkins

288 Jon Brown

298 Tom Spencer

328 Michael Boswell

345 Jake Harrhy

402 james Billows

420 Jamie Huckfield

450 Sam Mee

465 Jedd Stirk

469 Dean Laird 

498 Olly Spencer

552 Declan Gwin

575 Darren Cottrill

 

 

BriSCA MiniStox

 

1 Charlie Guinchard - Cheshunt

8 Catherine Harris - Banbury

17 Ella McAfee - Redditch

29 Gracie Squire - Rugby

53 Roger Stansfield - Clitheroe

84 Ryan Taylor - Coventry

101 Gilen Bullock - Dronfield

124 Kyle Gray - Northants

145 Jamie Gwin - Worcester

180 Jack Witts - Lancs

246 Jenson Brickley - Leicester

281 George Davis - Droxford

282 Tomson Streets – Wigan

287 Amelia Wilkinson - Skegness

290 Charley Tomblin - Spalding

291 Declan Cavanagh - Loughborough

299 Harley Burns - Kettering

330 Jackson Whitehead - Barnsley

381 Tyrone Evans - Tipton

391 Rebecca Smith - Essex

392 Lewis Evans - Tipton

405 Josh Hamstead - Thame

418 Mitchell Driver - Sheffield

475 Leah Sealy - Taunton

630 Dani Parker - Spalding

798 Finn Sargent - Spalding

 Meeting Format and Heat Splits

Heat Splits will appear on line on Friday

a)      BriSCA MiniStox White & Yellows (Pre meeting race at 5.10pm)

1.      F1 Stock Car White & Yellows

2.      BriSCA MiniStox Heat 1

3.      V8 Stock Car Heat 1

4.      F1 Stock Car Heat 1

5.      F1 Stock Car Heat 2

6.      BriSCA MiniStox Heat 1

7.      V8 Stock Car Heat 2

8.      F1 Stock Car Consolation

9.      BriSCA MiniStox Final

10.   V8 Stock Car Heat 3

11.   F1 Stock Car Final

12.   V8 Stock Car British Championship

13.   F1 Stock Car Grand National

 

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