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Action-packed action at Lynn's Adrian Flux Arena

The opening stock car meeting of the season at the Adrian Flux Arena saw some fantastic action-packed racing being delivered from a packed pit area which saw lots of cars in action.

Sheffield’s Daniel Ford was the top driver in the BriSCA F2 stock cars as he took a heat and final double to go home with maximum World Qualifying points.

One of our local drivers managed to complete the distance in a bruising final which only saw ten cars finish out of the 34 starters.

Downham’s Jason Cooper, together with Lynn brothers Rob and Scott Aldridge, all qualified for the final with superstox superstar Cooper the pick of the qualifiers with a fourth place finish in his heat.

Rob came home in ninth place in his heat while Scott got a fifth place finish in the second chance consolation.

Stock car action (7592056)
Stock car action (7592056)

Luke Grief won his father’s memorial for the second year running in the 2L stock cars with a commanding drive in the Clive Grief Memorial.

There were no West Norfolk drivers placed in the Clive Grief Memorial.

But there was something for local drivers to cheer in the second All Comers race which was won in style by Lee Sampson.

Sampson has a limited season planned in 2019 and will be hiring his car out at the majority of meetings.

He gave his fans a glimpse of what they will be missing with a controlled performance as he reeled in long time leader Jack Rust. The 1300 stock car Clive Grief Memorial was won by Stowmarket’s Jack Lower.

Wisbech racer Bradley Blyth was left with nothing to show after putting up a spirited drive in the F2 Stock Car Final at the season opener.

Racing returns to Lynn on March 16 featuring the 1300 stock cars, 2L bangers, 1500cc bangers and junior bangers, which is already fully booked.


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