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The Racewall - Cowdenbeath, Fife KY4 9QQ

Saturday 19 August 17:00

The Saloon Stock Car World Championship Speed Weekend will see two days of action-packed racing.  Day one will be highlighed the Saloon Stock Cars chasing gold.  A good entry of BriSCA F2 Stock Cars will also feature, as they compete for The Mac 100 Trophy.

1.00pm Gates open
2.00pm Practice - Saloon Stock Car World Finalists
3.00pm Practice ends
3.00pm Army display
3.15pm Practice - BriSCA F2s
3.45pm World Final grid assembles on track
4.00pm Spectators invited on track for poster signing
4.30pm Poster signing ends - vacate track
5.00pm Racing begins

  • 6 - Simon Welton

    6 - Simon Welton

  • 158 - Shane Davies

    158 - Shane Davies

  • 100 - George MacMillan Jnr

    100 - George MacMillan Jnr

  • 303 - Chris Horwell

    303 - Chris Horwell

  • 414 - Josh Rayner

    414 - Josh Rayner

  • 922 - Peter Davison

    922 - Peter Davidson

  • 321 - Holly Glen

    321 - Holly Glen

  • 476 - Ryan Wadling

    476 - Ryan Wadling

  • 41 - Dennis Middler

    41 - Dennis Middler

  • 854 - Robbie Dawson

    854 - Robbie Dawson

  • 38 - Dave Polley

    38 - Dave Polley

  • 629 - Euan Millar

    629 - Euan Millar

Saloon Stock Cars

2017 World Championship - sponsored by Gilmore Engineering
Click here for the Roll of Honour
Click here for the Booking List on the Saloon Stock Car website
6 Simon Welton goes in search of a record third consecutive title.
In the history of Saloon Stock Cars, four drivers - Bob Jones, John Halifax, Shaun Webster and Eddie Darby - have all made a successful defence of the gold roof, but no driver has ever managed three in a row.
The grid for the World Championship will comprise:
- the top 24 drivers from the unloaded 7.3 World Rankings
- a minimum of 4 international drivers
- 6 drivers who progress through the Last Chance qualifier

The grid for the World Championship was announced on Wednesday 26 July.  Click here to view.

BriSCA F2 Stock Cars

The Mac 100 Trophy
647 Chris Burgoyne was last year's winner of the Mac 100 Trophy
Young Guns
Click here for the Roll of Honour
The largest entry of BriSCA F2 Stock Cars in Scotland this season (outside of the World Semi Finals meeting), will compete for The Mac 100 Trophy on day one of the Speed Weekend.  The Mac 100 Trophy is raced for in memory of former British and Scottish Champion, and Benevolent Fund Trophy winner, George MacMillan.
His son, the 2014 World Champion, 100 George MacMillan Jnr will race at Cowdenbeath for the first time this season.
Westcountry interest will see former Saloon Stock Car driver 303 Chris Horwell race his F2 in Scotland for the first time.  126 Jamie Avery and 476 Ryan Wadling also aim to make the trek north, along with regular long distance traveller, 979 Paul Moss.
East Anglian teenager 414 Josh Rayner will make his first F2 visit to Scotland.
A first appearance of the season is planned by 251 Craig Driscoll, son of former Saloon Stock Car UK Speedweekend winner Dave Driscoll.

71 Alex Gault 102 Wullie Draeger
203 Colin Forbes 217 Craig Reid
251 Craig Driscoll 303 Chris Horwell
414 Josh Rayner 751 Les Smart
922 Peter Davidson
56 Ritchie Bruton 121 Henry King
221 Anthony Kincaid 250 Kyle Taylor
321 Holly Glen 419 Ryan Farquhar
850 Blair Anderson
126 Jamie Avery 184 Aaron Vaight
187 Peter McCallum 236 Dan Scrimgeour
391 Gregor Turner 476 Ryan Wadling
615 Josh Coleman 679 Kieran Howie
726 Colin Thomson 852 Adam Blacklock
979 Paul Moss
17 Paul Reid 41 Dennis Middler
47 Sean McFerran 64 Marc Fortune
92 John Hogg 100 George MacMillan Jnr
142 Jonathan Hadfield 480 Garry Sime
580 Alan Edmiston 581 Dan Fallows
652 Stevie Forster 722 John Broatch
747 Bradley McKinstry 854 Robbie Dawson
901 Ian Thompson 929 Conor Hughes
935 Dean McCrory
38 Dave Polley 312 Christopher Kincaid
629 Euan Millar 944 Ryan McCrory
16 Craig Wallace

Raceday Programme

It's the Saloon Stock Car World Championship, and accordingly, the official souvenir Raceday Programme will be an extra special edition, covering both days of racing at the Speed Weekend.

Admission Prices: General Admission £25; Concession (12-15 year old) £8; Concession (over 65) £22; Family (2 General + up to 4 Children) £62

 

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