Current Track Point Leaders - St Day
No. Driver Points
National Bangers
2 Joe Butler 0
23 Barry Staples 50
Old Skool 2L bangers
133 Terry Hill 63
907 Cameron Lawrence 48
Stock Rods
51 Luke Oliver 93
BriSCA F2 Stock Cars
126 Jamie Avery 43

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Autospeed Short Oval Motor Racing | Race Meetings | Previews | Sunday 28th May 2017

United Downs Raceway - near Redruth TR16 5HU

Sunday 28 May 13:00

Spring Bank Holiday Sunday brings the annual Truck & Lorry racing day to the United Downs Raceway, St Day.  What will this year's event have in store after the spectacular fence leap from last season?  There is also supporting race action for the Saloon Stock Cars, the non-contact Stock Rods and the Bangers.

  • Lorries & Trucks

    Lorries & Trucks

  • 141 - Toby Tiddy

    141 - Toby Tiddy

  • 903 - Adam Neville

    903 - Adam Neville

  • 28 - Ian Govier

    28 - Ian Govier

  • 151 - Simon Vincent

    151 - Simon Vincent

  • 72 - Marc Soby

    72 - Marc Soby

  • 215 - Danny Johnson

    215 - Danny Johnson

  • 45 - Jordan Wainwright

    45 - Jordan Wainwright

  • 797 - Dan Moss

    797 - Dan Moss

Trucks & Lorries

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If you enjoyed the Truck Racing in either of the past two years, you will know why it is unmissable fun.  If you have not seen the Truck Racing, don't dare miss this year's event.
The day's action for Trucks will end with a Destruction Derby.
Amongst the Truck Racing drivers at St Day will be:
16 Simon Ferris (DAF curtain side)
141 Toby Tiddy (MAN horse box)
289 Jamie Cocks (IVECO tipper)
403 Richard Perry (DAF flat bed)

Saloon Stock Cars

The Saloon Stock Cars will make their second St Day appearance of the year.
Westcountry drivers will again have a £100 bonus to pursue, this time courtesy of St Austell Bay Motor Auctions - click here for further information.
It is over six years since a Cornish based driver won a Saloon Stock Car race at St Day.  Hence, 447 Adam Hicks and 903 Adam Neville have a wonderful opportunity to re-write a little piece of history.
27 Kieren Bradford will race the brand new car he debuted at the Speed Weekend at Smeatharpe.
After his victory in the opening heat of the Easter Sunday fixture at St Day, 28 Ian Govier remains the only south west race winner at a domestic meeting in the region this year.
Visiting interest will see teenager 399 Cole Atkins continue his fine run of attendance in Cornwall.
There is a track debut planned by East Anglian 78 Jack Thompson.
Reigning Bangers British Champion, 28 Steve Linly, is the latest driver to take the wheel of the Hire Car.

Stock Rods

The non-contact Stock Rods will make their fourth St Day appearance of the year.
151 Simon Vincent heads the 2017 Points Championship.
World, English and European Champion 51 Luke Oliver will continue his quest to land the St Day Track Championship.

72 Marc Soby 124 Aaron North
202 Lee Garlick 614 Chris Williams
26 Alan Furse
54 John Tait 203 Andrew Russell
208 David Simpson 437 Lewis Trickey
613 Lee Simmons
3 Matt Peters 9 Chris Drake
14 Ross Montgomery 151 Simon Vincent
215 Danny Johnson 234 Josh Murray
45 Jordan Wainwright 944 Callum Hosie
51 Luke Oliver


The Bangers will make return to St Day for the first time since the Cornwall v Rest of the World event on Easter Sunday.

2 Jack Hodges 50 Dave Corbett
85 Ben Martin 116 Scott Greatrex
130 Chris Durrant 927 Louis Kingwell
145 Stuart Squires 154 Barry Pike
206 Matt Brewer 254 Will Blight
281 Marc Chenery 321 Mark Johns
337 Grant Williams 366 Peter Warren
621 Scott Kendall 785 Nick Craddock
836 Adam Oldham 992 Dan Walsh
45 Mike Reed 79 Brian Edmond
153 David James 451 Mickey Reed
23 Barry Staples 53 Chris James
185 Richard Coaker 797 Dan Moss
898 Jack Semmonds

Raceday Programme

In the Raceday Programme, the Five Years Ago section will rewind to the Jubilee weekend of early June 2012, and to Bank Holiday Monday 4 June to be precise.  The annual Bus & Coach Racing day had not one, not two, but three 55-seater coaches on track.  Can you recall the three drivers?

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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