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Trackstar Racing | Info | Results | 2017 | Saturday 29 July

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    Saturday 21 October

    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

    Updated: 23 Oct 2017 15:13

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    Final winners; 2L Banger World Final 247 Lee Clarke, 2L Stock Cars 26 Tommy Barnes & Junior Bangers 13 Morgan McCarthy

    Updated: 05 Oct 2017 15:14

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Saturday 29 July

 Report: Mark Paulson

Seven-time track champion 499 David Aldous showed he still knows the fastest way around the track at the Adrian Flux Arena with a heat and final double in the two-litre Saloon Stock Cars at King’s Lynn on Saturday night (29 July). In the 1500cc Bangers, it was national points leader 830 Lee White who prevailed after a lively night, while 9 Dale Russell won the Reliant Robin final.

Saloon Stock Cars

Amidst a busy run of championship meetings, a 30-car turnout was pretty healthy and included first run-outs for raffle winner 491 Kevin Hawes in the Banwell hire car and 731 Aaron Eagle, while 312 Neil Payne made his first appearance at the track this season.

The white and yellow grade opener provided a maiden win (albeit non-points paying) for 448 Martin Keeble. He led from start to finish to take the flag ahead of 304 Martyn Parker, who recovered from a poor start, and 171 Adam O’Dell.

Heat one proper took place after a lap of honour for new European champion 730 Deane Mayes. It provided a dominant win for Martyn Parker, with his son Daniel (306) in second, sandwiching 733 Kyle Picton.

Heat two featured a couple of false restarts after a caution period, which led to 161 Billy Smith getting excluded and Martyn Parker moving ahead once again. He was chased down by 499 David Aldous who took the lead with four laps to go and went on to win. 349 Michael Allard (recovering from his second spin of the night) pushed past Parker a lap later, creating room for Mayes to follow as he did. Mayes then demoted Allard by using his bumper on the final bend.

The final took place after heavy rain had arrived, making conditions very much trickier. The old master Aldous made the best of them, to win from 157 Max Stott and Mayes, with national points chaser Allard bagging a healthy score in fourth.

 

1500cc Bangers

With a healthy 50-car entry, a white & yellow race was run, in which 16 Daniel Fisher took a hefty fencing and 551 Brett Jackson dominated out front from start to finish. He won from 769 Ben Englestone and 400 Lee Kingsnorth, on track debut. 

The remaining races were run all-in. Heat one brought an easy win for 757 Callum Gill from Englestone and 830 Lee White, but there was plenty of action behind them. 799 Tim Rees won an entertainers’ award for two follow-ins, while the Mad Hatter s and Team Jackpot got stuck into each other with some huge hits on the exit of bend two and the back straight.

The action continued in heat two which had to be stopped early after a huge head-on between 339 Jack Garrod and 247 Jon Bailey left the drivers nursing injuries. Englestone was also on the rampage, earning an entertainers’ award, while 390 David Gibson picked up his second of the night for his part in the Mad Hatters/Team Jackpot shenanigans. Out front, 474 Michael Kent won from Junior Banger graduate 193 Marshall Waldron and Kingsnorth.

Like the Saloons, the Banger final was run in pretty miserable conditions, making things much harder work. White came through for the win from Gill and 178 Kieran Bowman.

 

Reliant Robins

There were 17 three-wheelers in action for their last outing at the track before the World of Shale. 553 Daniel Douglas showed impressive pace to come through from the back and win heat one, before 9 Dale Russell scorched to a heat and final double, win the main race from 66 Steve Willis and 554 Chalky Douglas.

 

1500cc Bangers 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
White & Yellows 551 769 400 350 330 232 248 799 271 26
Heat 1 757 769 830 474 231 88 77 287 851 123
Heat 2 474 93 400 352 551 509 77 757 601 231
Final 830 757 178 123 551 888
Destruction Derby 248
Merit Awards 551 666
Entertainer Awards 799 390 399 339 769 390 338 315 551 509
2L Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
White & Yellows 448 304 171 131 733 161 270 350 888 491
Heat 1 304 733 306 350 570 428 641 220 499 171
Heat 2 499 730 349 304 220 306 131 538 350 491
Final 499 157 730 349 306 220 161 304 570 131
Reliant Robins 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 553 385 66 576 490 664 554 03 96 577
Heat 2 9 66 553 385 576 16 490 885 85 96
Final 9 66 554 96 16 490 576 85 885 03
 

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