SATURDAY saw the 4th meeting held at Lochgelly Raceway since the racing season resumed and the drive in viewing was again filled to capacity as Scotland’s stock car supporters managed to get there racing fix, albeit having to remain within their vehicles, writes our Raceway scribe Kevin McQueen.

The Junior Productions are turning out to be quite a good formula, with ever increasing car numbers, with some excellent racing on offer from the youngsters. Samantha Rogerson, a newcomer at the beginning of the season has came on greatly over the lockdown period and into the last couple of weeks. A decent points haul on Friday 7th, was added to on Saturday night as she took an excellent race win ahead of Jase Walle in the opening race of the night for the formula. John Bremner fell foul of the race steward for contact in the opening race of the night, but continued his excellent form as he takes the challenge to Koddi Wright and Harvey Sneddon in the battle for the points championship, as he took another race victory, in the 2nd heat of the evening.

Koddi Wright and Jack MacLeod followed Bremner across the line in a lively race that saw only 7 cars complete the distance! Jack MacLeod, another newcomer at the beginning of 2020, is beginning to show that he is a force to be reckoned with as he took the meeting final victory, adding to his win that he took last weekend! Jase Wall and John Bremner completed the top three in the meeting final in the Junior Productions. John Bremner continues to lead the points charts.

The CC Rods again, were in excellent form – the class certainly is providing a mixed bag of race winners in 2020 which is great for competition, and provides a great spectacle for viewing. David Glencross took the opening heat of the night. Paul Bell though, made amends in the following races, taking a heat and final double in his BMW Mini CC Rod, setting some of the fastest laps on the night as well as he continues to tweak the set-up between events.

Ryan Cameron continued his excellent run of form as well, taking two 2nd place finishes and a 3rd on the night – a set of results that will likely seem him pushed up through the grades at the end of August. The points championship in the CC Rods looks like it could go to anyone in 2020! Ian Taylor currently leads the way.

The Superstox class has had an excellent few meetings with some super competitive racing over the last few weeks! It was a pleasure to welcome Dan and Chris Roots to Lochgelly at the weekend, with both drivers going away with some silverware for their efforts. Dan took the first race of the evening ahead of Chris. Barry Stephen is now only 2 points behind in the National Points Chart with only a few meetings left before they are completed for the 2019-20 campaign.

The meeting final saw Barry Stephen get the front of the grid to take his second final win, in as many meetings.

We are back in action this coming Saturday with the ProStocks, Stock Rods, 1300 Stock Cars and UK Massage Chair sponsored Ninja Karts. This event is advanced booking only, with bookings able to be made only through our Advance Tickets section of our website –