Current Track Point Leaders - Smeatharpe
No. Driver Points
National Bangers
133 Terry Hill 32
Bangers
929 Sam Baker 34
Old Skool 2L bangers
59 Mike Hamley 49
Ministox
677 Warren Darby 48
Stock Rods
9 Chris Drake 45
BriSCA F2 Stock Cars
542 Steven Gilbert 73
Saloon Stock Cars
27 Kieren Bradford 79

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Autospeed Short Oval Motor Racing | Race Meetings | Previews | Sunday 27th May 2018

Smeatharpe Stadium - between Honiton and Taunton EX14 9RF

Sunday 27 May 13:00

Crasharama 20 - The Westcountry Open - boasts an impressive entry of unlimited cc National Bangers.  The format to celebrate 20 years of the event will see a £1000 first prize for the driver who can get to the chequered flag first in the Crasharama race.  The Saloon Stock Cars also feature on the programme, as will the junior racers in the Ministox.

  • 20 Years Of Crasharama

    20 Years Of Crasharama

  • 45 - Anthony Croshaw

    45 - Anthony Croshaw

  • 66 - Darren Geary

    66 - Darren Geary

  • 99 - David Spooner

    99 - David Spooner

  • 162 - Brett Ellacott

    162 - Brett Ellacott

  • 521 - Ash Riley

    521 - Ash Riley

  • 772 - Chris Noble

    772 - Chris Noble

  • 917 - Andrew Tew

    917 - Andrew Tew

  • 988 - Billy Dennison

    988 - Billy Dennison

  • 27 - Kieren Bradford

    27 - Kieren Bradford

  • 99 - Jacob Roff

    99 - Jacob Roff

  • 998 - Taylor Sealy

    998 - Taylor Sealy

  • 654 - Harley Soper

    654 - Harley Soper

  • 946 - Stacey Coombes

    946 - Stacey Coombes

National Bangers

Crasharama XX
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Sponsored by A1 Group, Wokingham
The 20th annual staging of Crasharama promises an explosive day of spectacular action, with some impressive prize money on offer - click here for further details.
To commemorate 20 years, there is a welcome back to Smeatharpe for The Bears - click here for further infomation.
Other previous winners to feature on the entry list include 2015 winner 133 Terry Hill, 2013 winner 162 Brett Ellacott and 45 Anthony Croshaw whose victory came fourteen years ago in 2004.
Longest Car Award
Best Presented Awards
Oldest/Rarest Car Awards
Top Trier Award
Top Entertainer Award
Most Wrecked Car Award
Hit Of The Day Award

17 Kyle Overy 36 Paddy Joe Fagan
41 Paul Pentecost 43 Luke Maynard
45 Anthony Croshaw 66 Darren Geary
75 Clive Cory Haylett 99 David Spooner
114 Liam Lake 133 Karly Day
133 Terry Hill 160 Jamie Warr
166 Luke Gillbard 208 Kieran Barrett
221 Justin Riley 232 Justin Pollard
239 Steve Carter 266 Scott Gillbard
278 Shaun Brokenshire 321 Kieron Fry
330 Ben Key 341 Andrew Jones
372 Jay Matthews 382 Tommy Hutchings
374 Richard Kelly 416 Josh Spokes
421 Josh Mayo 449 Bill Critters
502 Kai May 513 Sean Harvey
514 Charlie Taylor 521 Ash Riley
648 Jamie Smith 658 Adam Dorse
691 Jason Gubbey 720 Kenny Gabriel Jnr
732 Danny Stroud 733 Ricky Stroud
737 Ian Crandon 747 Bradley Dee
768 Dan McSweeney 771 Michael Pidgeley
772 Chris Noble 787 Marc Key
831 Shane Fry 838 Jamie Peters
907 Cameron Bradford 917 Andrew Tew
921 Kairan Wilson 988 Billy Dennison
162 Brett Ellacott 74 Adam Hitchcock

Saloon Stock Cars

Sponsored by Club 21
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The Saloon Stock Cars will race at Smeatharpe for the fourth time in the month of May, following up the Mayday Monday fixture and the European Championship Speed Weekend.
The star grade entry will be led by early season sensations such as 276 Ben King and teenager 399 Cole Atkins, along with newly crowned English Champion 27 Kieren Bradford and former European Champion 56 George Boult Jnr.
Yet again, Smeatharpe can count on some impressive visiting interest, with Mayday Monday feature final winner 84 Carl Boswell and Speed Weekend Sunday feature final winner 99 Jacob Roff amongst those set to travel long distances to be present.

Ministox

Reg Thomas Memorial Shield
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The junior racers (11 to 16 year olds) will make their second Smeatharpe appearance in the month, following the Devon Championship fixture on 7 May, when 677 Warren Darby took the title.

870 Stella Farrell 900 Lily Tomkins
914 Callum Faulconbridge 998 Taylor Sealy
927 Owen Robbins 982 Cameron Holmes
577 Harry Darby 654 Harley Soper
917 Gemma Robbins
506 Bradley Eltham 619 Max Langmaid
677 Warren Darby 946 Stacey Coombes
985 Sam Carter

Raceday Programme

In the Five Years Ago section of the Raceday Programme, the focus will be on 27 May 2013.  Whilst 162 Brett Ellacott continued his storming season with victory in Crasharama, can you recall some of the crazy cars used that day, by the likes of 920 Simon Sparrow, 99 David Spooner and 701 Jamie Dunn?

Admission Prices: General Admission £20; Concession (5-15 year old) £5; Concession (over 65) £15; 
Family (2 General + up to 4 Children) £45
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