Formula II driver Paul Reid somehow managed to get his car into take off mode at the Cowdenbeath Racewall on Saturday night when he took avoiding action to miss a spinning car.
However all that happened was that his car hit a marker tyre and clambered up and almost over it, coming to rest at a 45 degree angle off the track.
Although Holly Glen led the formula II Dash for the Cash race it was Chris Burgoyne who ended up with the cash then he went on to win a heat then the Grand National.
In the saloons Alex Cunningham was forced wide on the last bend of the White/yellow final challenge race by Kyle Hegg who just managed to stay ahead on the run to the finish line.
Formula II driver Paul Moss just made it to the track in time for the meeting having made his way up from the south west but hit mechanical troubles with the van and once they managed to restart then got caught up in the traffic problems. Other visitors to the track were John Broatch whilst Robbie Dawson was making a rare appearance from Crimond. Local driver in action was Brian Hogg Jnr (Berwick) and whilst he was on the grid for the RS Motorsport sponsored Dash for the Cash race pulled out when the car cut out and wouldn’t restart.
Although Hogg was back out he struggled with a mechanical problem and wasn’t classified in any of his races.
The final weekend of the season brings the cream of the saloon drivers from England and Northern Ireland to the Racewall where they will contest the saloon Superbowl on Saturday night where Stuart Shevill Jnr will be hoping to defend his title. A couple of weeks ago his saloon was badly damaged in a spectacular shunt and he is spending as much time as possible to get his car ready. However with the likes of David Aldous, Eddie Darby, Danny Colliver and a host more heading to the Racewall he has a formidable task on his hands. Also in action on Saturday will be the formula IIs who have their Champion of Champions race and the James Clarke Cochrane Memorial trophy to defend, the ministox and the microf2s.
On Sunday the saloons have the Gordon Barclay Memorial trophy and a Dash for the Cash race, the stock rods their Turner trophy and they are backed by the 1300cc saloons, prostox and the microf2s.
On Saturday the meeting start at 5.00pm whilst on Sunday the meeting starts at 1.00pm
However there are road works planned at the Forth Bridge so allow extra time for the journey or take an alternative route.