Preview: Sun 6th May & Mon 7th May

After a month away we are back racing next weekend, with an outstanding showing of formulas and car numbers providing top quality entertainment over TWO DAYS! Sunday sees the return of UNLIMITED NATIONAL BANGERS!
You wanted it, we give you it. A huge £2000 prize pot is up for grabs for the national bangers, who are bound to bring some Thunder back to the Hills. 
We also see some of the very best non contact racing through our Special Rods, who last time out really set a light the meeting, as well as our future starts, with the Junior Rods demonstrating their ever developing skills.
Monday sees the return of F2 stockcars, with home favourites 522 Chris Mikulla and 935 Leading the booking list, as well as distance traveller 761 Richard Bowyer and the comeback kid 676 Neil Hooper. The two South West Superstars 127 Matt Stoneman and 542 Steven Gilbert will also be demonstrating, their deserved flashing lights.
We also have our bangers racing on the monday, providing top notch nudge and spin racing, countered by the fast hard racing provided by the Hot Rods, where we see last years top 4 batlling away once again. Finally, the reason for one of our favourite meetings of the year, the Robin's Caravan Carnage will be our last race of the day following after a top day of Robin entertainment, where we see an additional 13 drivers racing this meeting! 
We will see you next weekend!
Cheers 'n' Gone

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They wanted it. It’s back. It’s full fat wanton destruction as the Thunderbolt goes full contact for the first time in ages as the unlimited bangers.
Sponsored by our good friends R&J Vehicles Limited, exporters of cars vans amd 4x4's - If you need more information, please see Drivers 67 Rickie Beasley or 739 Jason Moore. This meeting sees top drivers such as The Beasley duo 67 & 77 aswell as current Track Champion 440 Macauley Mills. Also in attendance are the points leader 362 Johnny James who will be looking to add to his tally. 
Last meeting 252 Boogie had a very impressive showing, flying up the points list- Also in attendance today. The DD sees a wonderful trophy returned to the track to be won, the Jim Beasant Memorial will be presented by The Cheddar Headers team. Get ready, it'll be actionpacked, as Full Fat Bangers are back!
28 Cars for our highest populated non contact formula, who as always bring us the finest side by side racing in the country. Regrading has occured in which we see Heat and Final winner 244 Dale Edwards up to red, with neice 224 Jordan Edwards graded blue for the first tim in her Special Rod career. Last meeting we also saw a heat win for 41 Dene Howard who was very unfortunate to be involved in a crash whilst going for the heat 3 lead, in the remaining heat it was Ben Brice (701) and Will Harraway (7) took advantage of the scrap at the front of the field. This meeting we see the long awaited debut of the BMW body shell in to the formula from 192 Ash Raymond.
A third outing for the 11-16 year olds, and a regrading has happened seeing 75 Jack Buckingham reach Superstar, as well as Top performer this season 100 Thomas Weeks up to red along with 29 Jasz McArdle. Also a shoutout to 30 Finlay Holloway and 236 Alfie Brimble, in their first ever Grading Period are up to Blue with 8 George Jenkins, last meetings start performer.
Last meeting George Jenkins (8) took a faultless flag to flag double, driving impressively in the greasy conditions. In the other heat, Tom Weeks (100) took another win. It was the final that saw 190 Euan Gumbleton take the flag after 77 Jacob Filer was docked with 36 Josh Weare taking 3rd.
With the new grades we're sure to see some top racing from the drivers of the future.
Meeting 2 in the golden year for the F2’s and another opportunity for a few drivers to play at the 2018 World Venue.
May sees the first regrading of the year and the highlights being Matt Stoneman (127) and Steven Gilbert (542) both reaching the dizzy heights of superstar and being one of the top 6 drivers in the country. Heat winner last time Sam Weston (468) sees red again as he is upgraded. Former track champion Neil Hooper (676) has made a comeback and has ruffled a few feathers!
Going the other way sees recent Mendips final winners Paul Rice (890) and Ben Goddard (895) drop to yellow. Black Country duo Adam Rubery (700) and Richard Bowyer (761) have dropped to blue, and both are rapid around here.
The last bank holiday saw the domestic bangers broke their duck for the season, and Junior Rod graduate Cameron McColm (134) was the star of the show, even if the results didn’t really show. He led 3 races quite convincingly, but he got caught up in everyone else’s trouble, winning the consolation but finishing the final on his roof. He will certainly be looking to make amends.
Jake Bond (743) and Mortimor (668) took wins in the heats, but it was Alex Jenner (100) took the top honours
An impressive showing of Hot Rods for the openerand a marked improvement on previous showings as 11 cars turned out for the annual CWS Mears Trophy. The first race was won by Steve Hunt (282) in his new ex John Wolsesey National Hot Rod. Come the second race it became a battle royale between the two adversaries Colin White (718) and James Griggs (258). It was Griggs who took full advantage of the back markers to take the victory from White, in one of the closest races for some time. Come the final it was Griggs and White again who led away, and towards the end, Mark Shelper (788) and Hunt who joined. However, White was not to be beaten this time and another fine win.
This meeting sees 611 Jamie Bryant make his first appearance this year, as well as current Special Rod points Champion, 426 Russ Colenutt who has taken a new challenge in the Hot Rod class. 12 cars booked for this one!
Now the robin reliants are the very definition of Mayday Madness. After a poor showing last time out, we hope to have more than 5 cars, where the Worthingtons Cliff (437) and Andrew (504) shared the spoils.
The action to be thick and fast this time, with the crowning glory a frenzy of fibreglass, as Robin meets Caravan in a race of limited stability. There also might be some poorly pitched Caravans to get involved.
A high of 18 cars now booked in!
Both meetings start at 1pm…be there!!!!
Next time sees the Whitsun Weekend -the Unlimited Old Skool Banger World Final, F2’s and Junior Rods on the Sunday and the Monday sees Special and Hot Rods play support to Unlimited B2B and Robins on Crazy Day!
62 Buddy James Teignmouth
67 Rickie Beasley Shipston on Stour
74 Scratchy Exeter
77 Patch Shipston on Stour
77 Aaron Charles Yate.
103 Jack Deacon
134 Cameron Mc Colm Draycott
205 Alex Ganter bournemouth
228 Matt Fall Bournemouth
241 Liam Cracknell ringwood
246 Aston Burt Bournemouth
252 Boogie new milton
278 Sean Brokenshire
323 Dean Kelly Bournemouth
333 Charlie Randell Ringwood
362 Jonny James Ideford
363 Sam Trim Wrington
440 Macauley Mills Trowbridge
624 Liam Hide
658 Adam Dorse   Sheptom Mallett
739 Jason Moore Henstridge
744 Jake Carless Taunton
747 Eddie Cotton
954 Jamie Beere
Junior Rods
28 Ava Hawkins          Bishop Sutton
92 Abi Southgate        Bristol
111 Millie Ruby         Banwell
214 Jude Manley         White  
437 Ryan Worthington    Yate
856 Jamie Cocks         Portishead 
8 George Jenkins        Clevedon
26 Leah Bennett         Bradford on Avon
30 Finlay Holloway      Bristol
176 Maddy Giambaressi   Bristol
236 Alfie Brimble      
599 Louis White
11 Jake Devine          Yatton
29 Jasz McCardle        Bishop Sutton
77 Jacob Filer          Bristol
100 Thomas Weeks        Bath
149 Ieuan Preston       Cardiff
854 Jack Sear           St Stithians
36 Josh Weare           Cheddar
75 Jack Buckingham      Weston Super-Mare
190 Ewan Gumbleton      Radstock
Special Rods
6 Tim Bristow
35 Mark Johns
53 Angus Hawkins
75 Gary Hunt
108 Adam Headland
192 Ash Raymond
266 Micky Ford
364 Darren Feltham
711 Matt Gregory
775 Brad Hunt
41 Dene Howard
46 Angie Harris
120 Andy Latimer
181 Ian McLaren
224 Jordan Edwards
556 Stuart Garland
581 Ryan Wallace
831 Scania Dave
43 Andy Howard
47 Richard Howard
135 Jim Cannon
233 Jordan Clark
244 Dale Edwards
612 Dale Brace
700 Les Brice
720 Dan Latimer
7 Will Harraway
701 Ben Brice
Monday May 7th
Hot Rods
28   Tim Seaford
35   Neil Muddle
38   Phil Parkhouse
49   Maurice Cole
57   Graeme Taylor
117  Dave Tossell
258  James Griggs
426  Russell Colenutt
536  Jeff Johnson           Trowbridge
611  Jamie Bryant
718  Colin White
788  Mark Shelper
572 James Lindsay          Plymouth
660 Becky Pearce           Dundry
663 Bryan Lindsay          Plymouth
711 Vince Stone            Salisbury           
851 Gary Smith             Radstock
948 John Brereton          Somerton
976 Dan Kent               Clevedon
251 Craig Driscoll         Grafham
325 Ryan Sheehan           Chard
398 Ian England            Taunton
438 Mike Rice              Uffculme
639 Stevie Hartnett        Plymouth
667 Tommy Farrell          Plymouth
890 Paul Rice              Ideford
895 Ben Goddard            Taunton
979 Paul Moss              Fowey
111 Lewis Geach            Exeter
315 Justin Fisher          Newton Abbott
522 Chris Mikulla          Weston Super-Mare
613 Ian Serpell            Plymouth
876 Stuart Moss            Wargrave
676 Neil Hooper            Exmouth
761 Richard Bowyer         Halesowen
935 Nathan Maidment        Milborne Port
127 Matt Stoneman          Cullompton
542 Steven Gilbert         Doublbois
3 Dan Tytheridge  Templecombe 
25 Kylie Gillingham Glastonbury  
26 Russ Gillingham  Glastonbury
27 Dean Quinn  Bristol  
101 Gordon Mintram         Radstock 
119 Stacey Howe  Radstock 
134 Cameron Mc Colm         Draycott
135 Jack Mintram  Gurney Slade 
174     Ben Sid Taylor          Yeovil
242     John Quinn              Bristol
304 Tim Weare  Draycott
333 Tom Manell  Gillingham 
364     Darren Feltham          Thornbury
437     Clifford Worthinton     Yate                               
504     Andrew Worthington      Yate
509     Matt Dixon              Bristol
510     Sid Harrison            Bristol
728     Jack Bunter             Charlton Horethorne
99  Ryan Hall 
111 Rhys Lansdown 
196 Charlie Hill
252 Libby James
298 Dave Greening
366 Pete Warren 
527 Will Darch
616 Daniel Moore 
669 Rich Cable
826 Jason Field
966 Nathan Willis
284 Leon Benjafield             
527 Will Darch           
773 Mark Trott           
956 Harry Thompson        
27  Dean Quinn
75  Paul Fisher
134 Cameron McColm
362 Aaron Loader        
595 Ben Wall            
852 Ryan Hughes         
34 Scott Gray
100 Alec Jenner
109 Chris Neville
194 Alistair Buchan      
244 Ian Frampton          
668 Paul Mortimer
743 Jake Bond             
784 Henry Murray 
701 Ben Brice        
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