The microbanger drivers thrilled the spectators at the Cowdenbeath Racewall on Saturday. 

And Don Lineham had the dubious honour of rolling his car not once but twice during an exciting meeting.

Pete McVay was also in a shunt at the start of the Destruction Derby and Darren Linton barrel rolled his car before it dropped on all four wheels and he drove away!

There was concern when Aaron Cuthill crashed head on into the pit gate and he complained of neck pains when he was cut out of his car.

He was taken to the Victoria Hospital in Kirkcaldy for a check up and thankfully discharged later on.

In the formula IIs Craig Wallace was the dominant driver and there were three different winners in the Two Litre National saloons. In the 1300 saloons Aaron Hastie won a heat and the final in style. 

In the formula II the local drivers in action included Kieran Howie (Dunfermline) and Paul and Craig Reid (Cowdenbeath).

Craig Wallace won heat one from Forster and Robbie Dawson but Forster turned the tables to win heat two, with Wallace second and Dawson again in third.

Paul Reid was sixth in heat one and seventh in heat two. His brother was seventh in the first heat while Howie finished ninth and sixth in the two races.

In the final Wallace managed to take the win, Dawson was second and Forster third. Paul Reid was sixth and Howie seventh.

Dawson’s Grand National race was brief when he hit an oil patch on the opening lap and crashed into the pit bend wall. 

Garry Sime raced through to win after Forster was nudged aside with Millar third and Howie fourth. Paul Reid was sixth. 

In the two litre saloons the local drivers included Kyle Irvine (Glenrothes), Derek Duff (Cupar), Raymond Dick (Glenrothes), James Strath (Cellardykes), Ross Watters (Leven) and Alex Cunningham (Leven).  

In heat one Irvine went through to win from Graeme Anderson and Ian McLaughlin. In the second heat Anderson pipped McLaughlin with Watters in third.

Dick led the final but it was Watters who came through to triumph with McLaughlin in second and Anderson third. 

The local drivers in the 1300 saloons included Cowdenbeath trio Fraser Anderson, Michael Moyes and Craig McNicholl as well as Lee Wilson (Comrie) and Arron Hastie (Ceres).

Hastie went through to a comfortable opening heat win over Grant McGowan and Anderson with Wilson in seventh and Moyes in ninth.

Anderson then got the better of Wilson to win heat two with Hastie in third place and Moyes again in ninth.

The final was fast and furious but Hastie eased away for his second win of the night with Anderson through into second and McCaig holding onto third.

Wilson ended up in fifth place whilst Moyes was seventh and McNicholl had to retire.

The Scottish Supreme for the micro bangers was suspended twice after crashes before Callum Campbell led the field away from Lee Birden. 

James Dillon spun and Birden pulled out, leaving Campbell well clear and he went through to win from Chambers and Ryan Thomson. David Linton went on to an easy second heat win from Birden and PJ Fullen.

The Destruction Derby was hectic with Darren Linton barrel rolling his car and after some heavy head on shunts Pete McVay Jnr was the winner.

This Saturday the BriSCA formula IIs and 2 Litre National saloons return and they are joined by the ministox and microf2s. 

The minis are racing for the RGM Thistle trophy whilst the microf2 drivers will take to the track for their first race. The meeting starts at 6pm.