Kyle Hegg rolled his saloon in one of the heats at the Cowdenbeath Racewall on Saturday night – and despite having to have his car towed off the track. was back out for his next race!
There was certainly plenty of action in the saloons, with the drivers using their bumpers to good effect and the fans certainly appreciated their efforts.
In the formula IIs, Daniel Scrimgeour made his debut, but the drivers found Gordon Moodie in good form and he went through to win both the heats as well as the final.
As usual, the ministox drivers were in fine form, and they too were not shy at using their bumpers to improve their lot.
In the formula IIs, the only local driver competing was Craig Wallace (Tranent), who has had a good debut season and is at present leading in the Novice of the Year Championship.
The saloon drivers were in good form with Luke Grief appearing in one of Gordon Alexander’s cars, whilst the local drivers in action were Gordon Alexander (Bonnyrigg), Stuart Drobinski (Tranent) and Robin Copland (Gorebridge)
Next week at the Racewall, the formula IIs are back racing, along with the saloons and Prostox in a change to the fixture list with the CHAS charity night being delayed for a week.
As usual it’s a 6pm start.