What an exciting night’s racing at the Cowdenbeath Racewall on Saturday where the fans were treated to an all action meeting with no fewer that four rollovers, three coming in the Ministox, writes Jim Turner.

The Paterson brothers from Saline were never far away from the headlines but not in the way that they would have liked.

Kerr Paterson, who is the Ministox ORC Champion started off with an eighth place in the dash for the tyre race but just after heat two started he clipped the rear of a spinning car, bounced off a marker tyre and rolled his car which came to rest perched on the bonnet of another car!

Gary Paterson, on the other hand, had a slightly better time of it in his Saloon, finishing in seventh place in the opening heat, but not long into the second he was sent spinning and whilst he restarted, he wasn’t classified.

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When the final started he soon moved into third place but after a race suspension was sent spinning. He again restarted, made up ground and ended up in ninth place.

In the Ministox Shay Page, also from Saline, picked up a ninth in the dash for the tyre race and eighth in the second heat.

It’s Banger Mayhem Saturday next week with the Unlimited Banger drivers heading to the Racewall for the Banger World Cup.

Amongst those already booked in to race is the defending champion Mick Maskell Jnr and he will not be willing to let his title go without a battle.

Stevo McGrath is heading over from Ireland whilst amongst the many visitors is one Wilf Speak – remember him?

It’s about time for a Scottish victory – 1997 is far too distant a memory so let’s hope the likes of Callum Campbell, Sean, Colin and John Riddell, Ryan Scott, James Slater or Sean McConnachie can at last stop the visitors' domination.

There are over 30 Junior Bangers booked in at this time whilst the Saloon drivers are racing for the Ian Gray trophy and a sizeable prize fund.

The meeting starts at the earlier time of 5pm.