K.G Services sponsored Monday evening’s stock car meeting held in perfect conditions.
The Window Wizard Ministox got proceedings under way with Jordan Halligan-Bunce taking an early lead dominating race one, Pemma Nissanka claimed second with Josh Watson third, Ben Kelly fourth and Harry Watson fifth. Race two saw Ben Kelly lead the race from start to finish taking the chequered flag ahead of Halligan-Bunce, J. Watson, Nissnanka and H. Watson. Kelly led the opening laps of race three before Halligan-Bunce took the inside line making his way to the front to claim his second victory of the evening ahead of Nissanka, J. Watson, Kelly and H. Watson. Kelly repeated his performance from race two to take his second flag to flag victory of the evening, H. Watson pushed Kelly hard throughout the closing laps but had to settle for second with Nissanka third and Halligan-Bunce fourth. The K.G services trophies were awarded to Jordan Halligan-Bunce, Ben Kelly and Pemma Nissanka, Kelly also took the white and yellow top drivers trophy.
The Swift Motors Production rods were next on the track and although low on numbers they provided plenty of fast, close action for the crowds. Race one saw Tom Richards lead the opening stage of the race pushed hard by Georgina Moore who looked set to claim the honours until Brandon Parker came through on the last lap to win from Moore, Tina Quayle. Josh Ffrench, Mike Craine, Tom Richards and Darren Hands. Race two saw Parker make his way to the front at the start of lap four with a great move from fourth to first, Parker claimed his second win of the evening ahead of Ffrench, Craine, Quayle, Moore, Hands and Richards. Race three saw some fast, close racing action with Ffrench taking control of the race on lap 5 to take a comfortable lead over Parker, Quayle, Craine, Moore, Richards and Hands. The K. G services trophies were awarded to Brandon Parker, Josh Ffrench and Tina Quayle, the latter was also awarded the Victory Lane ladies award as highest placed female driver of the evening.
The A & J Butcher bangers were last on the track and didn’t fail to entertain the crowd with bumpers being used from the drop of the green flag, Jemma Moore took an early lead and control of the race leaving the men behind her to battle for the lower placings, Moore won from Grant Crellin, Ryan Edmunds, Gary Crellin, Jordan Brown, Ashley Harrison, Steven Guest and Nick Collister who managed to complete 9 of the 10 laps with a heavily damaged car after a first lap crash. Race two had to be stopped after a four car collision left two cars tangled and one stuck on the safety fence, Grant Crellin led the restarted race before Lee Jordan came through to take the honours ahead of Grant, Guest, Harrison and Tony Pitt. Race three saw Moore lead the opening laps before Pitt came through to claim his first victory of the season ahead of Chris Crellin, Guest and Dylan Cormode. The K.G Services trophies were awarded to Grant Crellin, Tony Pitt and Steven Guest.
Racing resumes next Monday 20thMay at 7:30pm with spectator gates opening at 7pm.