July Speed Weekend
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Tuesday 28th June
Hardie Race Promotions Press Release
July Speedweekend Information
Saturday 30th July will see qualifying take place for the 2.0 Hot Rod World Championship, whilst the Superstox will contest their European Championship and the Ministox the APEX Garden Sheds ORCi Championship, with 1300 Stock Cars in support.
Sunday 31st July will see the 2.0 Hot Rods race for their World Championship and Scottish Open Championship, with the Superstox contesting their Scottish Open Championship and the Ministox their Rogerson Coach Travel Fife Championship, with Stock Rods and Ninja Karts in support.
For 2.0 Hot Rods and Superstox, there will be ONE tyre log for the weekend - this must be handed in before your first race on the Saturday. Any Superstox drivers only racing on the Sunday will be required to hand in their tyre log before the first race.
The 2.0 Hot Rods will be permitted upto FOUR new tyres plus one previously logged tyre (max 5 tyres).
The Superstox will be permitted upto TWO new tyres plus 3 previously logged tyres (max 5 tyres). Any driver just doing the Sunday will only be permitted one new tyre.
Each of the promotions have been sent allocation information, and have been asked to return the qualifying drivers by 15th July. Once you have been confirmed by your promotion, you will be required to contact HRP by email or through our website.
All support formula for the weekend are requested to book in through our website as soon as possible.Friday Practice
Practice will be available for all competing formula across the weekend at a cost of £50 per driver, and this will take place from 12pm - 4pm.Overnight Stay
Race teams will be permitted to stay on site across the weekend at no additional charge. Access will be available until 8pm Thursday and Friday.Pricing
Pricing information will be released in the coming weeks, however, this will be a cash event on the gate.Advertising and Sponsorship
Advertising and Trophy and or Prize Money sponsorship opportunities are available for the weekend. Please get in touch for further details.
1300 Stock Car Roll Cages
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Thursday 9th June
With immediate effect (from Monday 13th June) we would like all 1300cc Stock Cars to put these extra tubes in your roll cages if they are not in place already.
The material must be the same material as your roll cage is currently made of.
This is after we have had a couple of cars having the tube ripped off the iron work.
This will be an ongoing concern for us and the scrutineers to be monitoring for your safety.
Please find below a link to pictures to show how the additional tubes should be added.https://www.hardieracepromotions.co.uk/downloads/202206091304th2022%201300cc%20SC%20Rule%20Update%20-%20Roll%20Cages.pdf
2022 Banger Scottish Double
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Monday 6th June
The 2022 Banger Scottish Championship Double Header is fast approaching.
The event was a great success in 2021, with over 75 bangers in the bits, between the Unlimited Bangers and 1600 Bangers.
A fantastic prize fund of upto £2000 is available for the Unlimited Bangers.
The 1600 Bangers will also see a substantial prize fund available for this event.
Saturday 6th August 2022 - 5pm start time!
Event also features ProStocks and Junior Productions.
** Prize fund will increase based on driver numbers upto £2000.
F1 Information Hub
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Friday 27th May
Hardie Race Promotions (in association with Spedeworth Motorsports) are pleased to confirm the pricing for Lochgelly Raceway on Friday 3rd June.
The admission prices
for Lochgelly will be
£22 Adult (Age 14+),
£20 OAP (Age 65+) and
£8 Child (8-13yrs).
Trackside parking will be available on a first come first served basis at an additional £7 per car.
Please note, this is a CASH ONLY
There is FREE overnight camping available for both Friday and Saturday. On Friday night there is no need to book, however, Saturday will will be by pre-arrangement only.
The hard standing (gravel) area in the pits will be used for overnight stays. Anyone with a tent will be able to use the grass area outside (to the rear of) the main stand.
Anyone wishing to stay over on the Saturday night are required to send us an email with the type of vehicle, registration plate, names and number of people staying over.
Please note, that once the gates are closed at the complex, there will be no access to or from the venue until the gates are opened in the morning. The gates will be closed at 11pm both nights.
The cafe will be open each morning serving breakfast plus hot and cold drinks. The cafe will be open from 930am on Saturday, and from 9am on Sunday.Practice
1130am - 230pm - Paid Practice - £50 per driver.
Open Practice 230pm - 4pm as follows:
2.30pm - 3.00pm (F1)
3.00pm - 3.30pm (Minis)
3.30pm - 4.00pm (V8)Key Times
9am - Driver Gates Open
11am - Driver Sign In Opens
2.00pm - Spectator Gates Open
4.10pm - Drivers Briefing (in tunnel)
4.30pm - Grand Parade
5.00pm - First RaceDriver Sign In Info
Drivers are requested to have the correct change when signing in.Drivers and licenced mechanics must attend sign in to have bands fitted at the time. Bands will not be given out to drivers.
No bands will be sold from the drivers sign in office. Any bands must be bought from the main reception.
Over 120 drivers, 17 races - it promises to be a spectacular meeting and one not to be missed!!
Hardie Race Promotions are delighted to reveal the booking lists for thie Friday evening! (Correct at 7pm 30th May)Formula One
5 Charlie Sworder
8 Catherine Harris
11 Neil Scriven
12 Michael Scriven
13 Kelvin Hassell
16 Matt Newson
20 Liam Gilbank
45 Nigel Harrhy
47 Simon Traves
48 Shaun Webster
60 Wes Goodwin
64 Chris Burgoyne
91 Tony Smith
115 Craig McLoughlin
124 Kyle Gray
127 Austin Moore
132 James Hall-Morton
164 John Fortune
191 Joshua Smith
195 Dean Whitwell
211 Phoebe Wainman
217 Lee Fairhurst
259 Paul Hines
295 Louis Goodwin
312 John Thompson
327 Dan Hughes
339 Anthony Lee
345 Jake Harrhy
346 Ashley England
381 Tyrone Evans
451 Martin Spiers
484 Craig Utley
489 Harrison Utley
515 Frankie Wainman
524 Jason Cull
555 Frankie Wainman Jnr Jnr V8 HotStox
1 Steve Thompson
10 Gilen Bullock
15 Andy Maynard
69 Matt Barnard
131 Kev Stuchbury
149 Marc Radforth
176 Stephen Young
187 Craig Smith
193 Gilen Bullock
222 Guy Jolly
262 Camey Dorrell
282 Will Cheetham
288 Jon Brown
296 Dan Poole
297 Richard Carter
333 Nick Jagger
344 Richard Smith
350 Hannah Andrew
355 Bryan Andrew
365 Marcus Brooks
402 James Billows
438 Craig Kellett
439 Jay Kellett
453 Tommy Andrew
490 Craig Thompson
525 Amy Jagger
552 Dec Gwin
577 Lee AllenNational Ministox
7 Charlie Hardie
15 Charlie Plater
18 Sarah Tomlin
20 Freddie Hunter-Johnson
27 Luke Syrett-Barsby
51 Joelan Maynard
64 Sam Critchley
77 Tom Earl
80 Caitlin Morrison
85 Caiden Morrison
87 Alfie Thompson
120 Finn Hunter-Johnson
126 Jaden Key
180 Lucy Witts
183 Mason Whittle
186 Kasey Jones
212 Ollie Armstrong
213 Mia-Louise Rogers
216 Alfie Key
220 George Englestone
223 Toby Partridge
239 Lewis Smith
248H Wout Hoffmans
267 Jack Simonds
269 Freddie Rogers
277 Thomas Rogers
279 Paige Hopkins
335 Jake Woodhull
425 Boden Murfin
491 Jenson Scoular
496 Thomas Holcroft
569 Adam Langridge
611 Jamie Hanson
642 Alfie Smith
711 Cody Hanson
732 Brooke Kitson
747 Abbie McKinstry1300 Stock Cars
6 Gregor Whyte
17 Stuart Farrell
22 Steven Gold
36 Charlie Henry
46 Barry Jarman
50 Harry Adams
75 Mike Courts
77 Robbie Little
88 William Stawiarski
111 Regan Watson
112 Chloe Baird
114 Darren Suddaby
118 Kenneth Scollon
125 Euan Mathieson
126 Danny Whyte
153 Gordon Byers
188 Jamie Stewart
113 Dean Sievwright
411 Brant West
501 Ally Strachan
503 Cameron Innes
622 Kai Gilmour
668 Fraser Clark
715 Kyle Hegg
771 Cassidy Jamieson
835 Blair Robertson
849 Steven Bisset
968 Callum Little
Ninja Kart British Championship Update
Added by kevin_mcqueen on Friday 13th May
Ninja Kart British Championship
Following on from the 2022 Ninja Kart British Championship at Lochgelly Raceway on the 7th May, the top 4 drivers had their engines taken from the karts and sent to be independently checked.
Three out of the four engines checked were found to have incorrect jets fitted, with one of them also having further issues identified.
Only one of the four engine’s checked were fully compliant with the rules, which belonged to kart 721. As such, kart 721 has been confirmed as the winning kart, and the 2022 British Champion.
We would like to extend our congratulations to Kenzie Bell and his team on this achievement.
Finally, we would urge all Ninja Kart teams to ensure that their karts are compliant with the rules. As is always the case, the driver is responsible to ensure their kart is presented in a legal state.
Hardie Race Promotions / Spedeworth Motorsports / DMC Race Promotions
News ArchiveNinja Kart British
- Added 2nd May 2022 04:56Ninja Kart British Championship
- Added 19th April 2022 15:28April Weekend Information
- Added 24th March 2022 10:23Fixture Updated
- Added 23rd March 2022 16:08Superstox Tyres
- Added 22nd March 2022 09:212 Litre Hot Rod Tyre Update
- Added 14th March 2022 12:54Upcoming Banger Fixture
- Added 14th March 2022 10:282022 NHR European Weekend
- Added 1st March 2022 12:45Fixtures and Away Dates
- Added 17th February 2022 13:47Coming In February
- Added 3rd February 2022 12:49Motorsport Show
- Added 1st February 2022 14:29Superstox Tire Series
- Added 26th January 2022 16:22Fixture Amendment
- Added 24th January 2022 13:47Driver Bookings 2022
- Added 20th January 2022 16:512022 Rules
- Added 17th January 2022 12:11Track Hires 2022
- Added 11th January 2022 10:02Hogmanay Event
- Added 22nd December 2021 10:002021 Summary
- Added 24th November 2021 12:472022 Banger Seeding
- Added 22nd November 2021 15:382021 Champions
- Added 22nd November 2021 11:21Office Closed
- Added 15th November 2021 14:47Hegg Claims 1300 Euro
- Added 11th November 2021 12:482 Seater Experiences
- Added 8th November 2021 10:11Fixture Amendment
- Added 20th October 2021 15:392022 Licence Applications
- Added 20th October 2021 09:56