F2 Stock Cars
The F2 Stock Cars have had a fantastic season so far at the Norfolk Arena with big grids of cars producing some fantastic action packed, fast and close racing.
It looks like that trend will be contininng this Saturday with well over 50 cars booked for action.
Heading the line up is shale hot shot 886 Chris Bradbury who has been sensational at the Norfolk Arena in 2012 and even after only the third meeting of the season he already has more than double the points of his nearest rival George Turricki in the King's Lynn track championship.
886 Chris Bradbury has been dominant at King's Lynn this year
Of Bradbury's closest rivals, 186 George Turricki has been hitting top form recently and recently took a meeting final at Belle Vue. Following a steady start 38 David Polley has also been on top form recently and has been promoted back up to Superstar and also recently took a Grand National win at Lynn.
186 George Turricki is the closest challenger to Bradbury
597 Barry Clow has got a number of race wins to his credit and he currently sits in a more than credible fourth place in the Lynn track championship. However Barry will be keen to keep his car on all four wheels. He has already performed a big rollover at King's Lynn and also rolled his car last weekend at Stoke!
King's Lynn on Saturday will see the new grades come into effect for the first time this season. 377 Daz Shaw moves back up to red after a recent Stoke final win. Looking to take advantage of a recent downgrading to blue are 70 Brian Shadbolt, 103 Carl Issit, 124 Ollie Skeels and 662 Steve Wycherley.
77 John Davies moves up to blue following some great drives at the Norfolk Arena
Former F1 Stock Car World Champion 760 Andy Stott (160 in F1) makes his first racing appearance for several years and he will is booked to be in action in son Richard's F2.