Track preparations move up a gear

Peter Watt from Kirriemuir in actionPeter Watt from Kirriemuir in action
Peter Watt from Kirriemuir in action
Angus racers are continuing to gear up for the start of the new Cowdenbeath Racewall season at the Fife track.

There’s a regular band of drivers from this part of the country to head to the kingdom to compete and this season will be no different.

This Sunday the stock cars rollout at the Racewall for a practice session and there is scheduled to be a few new faces on show.

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In the morning, the micro F2 drivers have their session and amongst those taking their tentative step into the stock car world is Reece Anderson and Evie McLellan, the latter taking over from her brother, Ben, who like a few others has graduated to the ministox.

New faces in the minis this season will include Ollie Sime, Andrew Scott and David Philp.

Lewis Clark Burgoyne and Robbie Armit will be back after suspension.

Ross Watters and Barry Glen hope to debut their new saloons with Charlie Folan and Declan Honeyman expected to make their first appearances in their cars.

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In the stock rods will be Michael Bethune and David Philp Jnr who will be giving their new cars a run and they could well be joined by the likes of Cammy Doak and Cameron McDonald.

BBC Scotland TV will show the Stock Car Superstar programme, which was filmed at the Cowdenbeath Racewall on Wednesday, March 3 at 10.30pm.

Over the last two weeks of the stock car season film crews concentrated on the rivalry between formula II drivers Chris Burgoyne, who is the world champion, and the British champion, Gordon Moodie.

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