Barbary Coast Grill and Bar sponsored Monday evenings stock car racing held in perfect conditions. The Window Wizard Junior Rods we’re first out on the track #825 Cian Peers took the early lead in race one followed closely by #33 Shane Ellison, #58 Rio Osborne claimed third ahead of #10 Kian Staniford, #26 Shannon Moore and #41 Nicole Astell-Burt.
Cian Peers again won race two ahead of Shane Ellison, Rio Osborne, Kian Staniford, Shannon Moore and Nicole Astell-Burt.
Osborne took the early lead in race three leading the race until the waved yellow flags came out to clear the track after an infield marker tyre was knocked out onto the track, Ellison came through to claim the honours ahead of Osborne, Peers, Moore, Astell-Burt and Staniford.
Race four again saw Rio Osborne take the early lead to be again stopped by the waved yellow flags after two cars came together the race was restarted and Cian Peers came through to take the chequered flag followed by Shane Ellison, Rio Osborne, Shannon Moore, Nicole Astell-Burt and Kian Staniford.
The Barbary Coast trophies were awarded to 1: Cian Peers, 2: Shane Ellison and 3: Rio Osborne.
The Swift Motors Production Rods were out next with #337 Lee Merryweather claiming the honours in race one ahead of #22 Nick Ford, #536 Adam Quayle, #358 Mark Hargreaves, #10 Mike Craine, #69 Georgina Moore, #44 and #538 Ross White.
Race two again saw Lee Merryweather claim the honours ahead of Adam Quayle, Nick Ford, Mike Craine, Mark Hargreaves, #44 and Ross White.
Ford claimed the honours in race three ahead of Merryweather, Quayle, Hargreaves, Craine, #44 and White.
Race four was won by Nick Ford ahead of Adam Quayle, Mike Craine, Mark Hargreaves, Ross White, #44 and Lee Merryweather who suffered mechanical issues.
The Barbary Coast trophies were awarded to 1: Nick Ford, 2: Adam Quayle and 3: Lee Merryweather.
The A&J Quality Butchers Bangers were last out on the track race one saw eleven cars on track, entertaining the crowd, there was carnage on turn 4 at the half way point with 5 cars coming together leaving the last four running to make their way through, #728 Tom Westbrook claimed the chequered flag ahead of #24 Lee Jordan, #36 Rhys Brown and #171 Ryan Edmunds.
With several cars left heavily damaged race two saw five cars out on track with plenty of action through Tom Westbrook took the early lead to claim his second victory of the evening ahead of Nick Collister, more contact left Brown, Edmunds and Jordan out of the race.
Race three again saw the carnage continue with only newcomer Rhys Brown completing the race.
The Barbary Coast trophies were awarded to1: Tom Westbrook and 2: Rhys Brown.
Racing resumes at Onchan Raceway Monday 31stAugust at 7:30pm featuring Junior Rods and Production Rods.