2L Stock Cars
The 2L Stock Cars have been quite simply epic at the Norfolk Arena in 2012 and another big session is on the cards this Saturday with another big turnout of cars with 37 currently being booked in to race.
New English Champion 120 Shane Brown is set to make his first appearance since winning the title and he certainly knows the quick way around the Norfolk Arena.
428 Lee Sampson leads the Lynn Track Championship
The man to beat around King's Lynn though has been European Champion 499 David Aldous and it was Aldous who took a hat trick of wins - including taking the flag in the meeting final - last time out at King's Lynn. He managed to significantly eat into the lead currently being held by 428 Lee Sampson in the 2L Stock Cars although Lee still holds a comfy 29 point lead after he took the second heat and runner up to Aldous in the final.
Other drivers who went well last time out and will be looking to go as well this Saturday include 420 Ivan Street who took seconds, 219 Luke Grief who had probably his best meeting this year with two third place finishes including a fine podium finish in the final and 350 Tommy Parrin who had his best reult of the season with a fine runner up spot in the All Comers.
Track leader 428 Lee Sampson will be going from red for the first time this year around King's Lynn together with 149 Jamie Sampson whilst 570 Simon Venni also moves up to red following some great perforamnces at Lynn. 538 Jake Swann has moved up to yellow grade with good results including a final here and 128 Craig Banwell will be looking forward to Saturday after the mini stox driver made his debut last time here and adapted to the rear wheel drive quite quickly in the changing conditions.
219 Luke Grief had a good meeting last time out
We have two visitors tonight from Scotland, regular traveller 777 Alan Ainslie and 74 Tam Tweedie who was here three weeks ago.
698 Danny Colliver took the Essex championship at his most local track last weekend holding off a strong challenge from the West Country drivers.
728 Kris Woods is hoping to have his new car out on Saturday but the way the old one was going expect that to remain on shale, he didn’t have the best of nights last time when he only managed a lowly 10th in the opening race.
Others to look out for on Saturday include a down to blue 641 Willie Skoyles Jnr, 115 Scott Aldridge, 637 Mick Bulldeath who won his first race since his comeback recently, 360 Carl Waterfield, 164 Neil Kent who is another with a promised new car, 22 Karl Petters and the Dereham duo 511 Craig and 512 Darren Barnett.