Current Track Point Leaders - St Day
No. Driver Points
National Bangers
190 Steve Bailey 94
320 Daniel Abbot 30
Old Skool 2L bangers
133 Terry Hill 51
514 Abbie McGuinness 64
Stock Rods
909 Justin Washer 83
BriSCA F2 Stock Cars
418 Ben Borthwick 151
Saloon Stock Cars
980 Charlie Lobb 76

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Autospeed Short Oval Motor Racing | Race Meetings | Previews | Sunday 22nd September 2019

United Downs Raceway - near Redruth TR16 5HU

Sunday 22 September 13:00

The richest Stock Car meeting in Cornwall this season will include £1000 of lap leader bonuses on the Old Motor Cycle Club Trophy Final, and up to £1000 of prize money and bonues on the White & Yellow grade series final.  There is a last St Day appearance of the season, too, for both the Back 2 Basics Bangers (unders) and the BriSCA Micro F2 Stock Cars.  There will also be an on-track display of motorcycle & sidecars.

  • Neil Truran Motorsport

    Neil Truran Motorsport

  • Neil Hooper

    Neil Hooper - Old Motor Cycle Club Trophy winner 2018

  • 663 - Bryan Lindsay

    663 - Bryan Lindsay

  • 214 - Daz Royle

    214 - Daz Royle

  • 760 - Trevor Dube

    760 - Trevor Dube

  • 91 - Harrison Bryant

    91 - Harrison Bryant

  • 689 - Joe Marquand

    689 - Joe Marquand

  • 418 - Ben Borthwick

    418 - Ben Borthwick

  • 339 - Anthony Gallagher

    339 - Anthony Gallagher

  • 912 - Simon Rees

    912 - Simon Rees

  • BriSCA F2 Micro Stock Cars

    BriSCA F2 Micro Stock Cars

Neil Truran Motorsport

The westcountry's approved agent for Yokohama tyres, Neil Truran Motorsport, will be in attendance at this event.
Neil Truran Motorsport are now in their 20th year of providing their service and backing to short oval motor racing in the south west.

BriSCA F2 Stock Cars

Sponsored by Hawkins Motors Group
Old Motor Cycle Club Trophy
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The closing meeting of the season in Cornwall, traditionally features the Old Motor Cycle Club Trophy, offering a nostalgic link back to the 1950s. 676 Neil Hooper was the winner of the splendid trophy last season.
Under the 'Fifty For Fifty' initiative, there will be a £50 lap leader bonus on the race, ensuring £1000 of extra prize money is at stake.
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White & Yellow Grade Series Final
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There will be enhanced prize money and brand new tyres up for grabs on the final of the White & Yellow Grade Series.  663 Bryan Lindsay will lead the field away.
The outcome of the All Saints Trophy contest will be decided.
Click here for the current standings, which reveal thirteen drivers still have an opportunity to land the shield.
The F2 races will end with the Bob Netcott Trophy going up for grabs on the Grand National.
J P Tools have kindly offered Best In Grade awards for the top White, Yellow, Blue and Star grade drivers.

118 Josh Toll 214 Daz Royle
222 Adrian Watts 228 Stuart Deacon
320 Matt Hatch 502 Andy Solway
663 Bryan Lindsay 760 Trevor Dube
91 Harrison Bryant 196 Phil Chapman
398 Ian England 572 James Lindsay
828 Julian Coombes 835 Matt Westaway
976 Dan Kent
105 Ross Rowe 111 Lewis Geach
126 Jamie Avery 134 Cameron McColm
302 Dale Moon 325 Ryan Sheahan
468 Sam Weston 689 Joe Marquand
890 Paul Rice 895 Ben Goddard
24 Jon Palmer 315 Justin Fisher
418 Ben Borthwick 542 Steven Gilbert
676 Neil Hooper

Back 2 Basics Bangers (unders)

There will be a first outing for Back 2 Basics (unders).
A wide variety of unusual cars is expected.

8 Chris Nettle 37 Danny Carlton-Barnes
145 Stuart Squires 321 Mark Johns
339 Anthony Gallagher 333 Craig Partridge
386 Ryan Wagstaffe 394 Ben Myers
726 Lewis Senford 776 Terry Senford
786 Grant Harris 837 Barnaby Carlton-Barnes
912 Simon Rees

BriSCA Micro F2 Stock Cars

The infant racers (7 to 11 year olds) will make their final St Day appearance of the season.

Raceday Programme

In the Five Years Ago section of the Raceday Programme, the race date of 12 October 2014 will be in focus.  Whilst 676 Neil Hooper won the Old Motor Cycle Club Trophy, spare a thought for the driver whose car jumped out of gear whilst he was leading with only a couple of laps to go - can you recall who that was?

Admission Prices: General Admission £15; Concession (5-15 year old) £5; Concession (over 65) £10; Family (2 General + up to 4 Children) £38
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