There was another great weekend of action at the Norfolk Arena.
The highlight was the 1300 stock car world final which took place for the very first time at Lynn.
Local fans were delighted to see one of Trackstar’s most promising young guns –Ross Fisher, hold off a host of experienced names from other promotions to take the title.
There was also a great result for Chris Masters (Hunstanton) who came home in tenth place.
Saturday night also saw the classic bangers in action, with meetings in both the unders and overs categories for the pre-70 cars.
Paul Bowen (Lynn) was one of the stars of the night in his triumph as he was giving a great display of drifting around the Norfolk Arena.
Bowen also managed to spin out every driver who he came up against which helped him to win him an entertainer award in the first heat.
Bowen looked like being a winner of the final, before eventually coming home in fourth place.
Jason Farthing (Lynn) also put in a great display in the unders and took home a merit award.
In the overs predator Joe Barratt (Lynn) was in great form and placed fifth in the final.
Barratt also took home an entertainer award for a superb performance in the destruction derby.
On Sunday, Terry Garrod (Swaffham) was able to salvage something in the 1500cc bangers from an otherwise disappointing weekend.
Garrod was only able to compete in one of three classes which he was hoping to race in.
Racing returns to the Norfolk Arena this coming Bank Holiday Monday (1pm) where another great afternoon of action is planned.
Racing comes from the reliant robins in their world of shale together with the big van bangers, 2L banger teams and the junior bangers.
Sam Coote (Dersingham) looks like being one of the busiest drivers of the afternoon as he will be in action in both the robin world of shale, as well as the big van bangers.