Banger clash with Trackstar Mafia and Mildenhall Fen Tigers rescheduled at King’s Lynn’s Adrian Flux Arena after post heatwave rain-off
A mid-morning monsoon flooded the pits at King’s Lynn’s Adrian Flux Arena last Saturday and saw the postponement of the National Banger Head to Head featuring the Trackstar Mafia and the Mildenhall Fen Tigers.
The meeting has been rescheduled for this coming weekend which now means stock car and banger fans have a massive weekend.
Racing on Saturday (5pm) features the 1300 stock car world final, 2L stock car Steve Newman Memorial and 1500cc bangers.
Sunday (1pm) will see the rescheduled National Banger Head to Head between the Trackstar Mafia and the Mildenhall Fen Tigers.
George Morphey defends the 1300 world title which he won at Northampton last year. Visiting driver Morphey is no stranger to Lynn and won the British championship when it was held at the Adrian Flux Arena last year.
No local drivers have qualified for a seeded spot in the 1300 stock car world final but there are several who will be looking to make the race with Dean Moat, Scott Sparrow, Barty Ketteringham, Anthony Kerr and John and Ross Klyn all in the last chance race and local fans will be hoping that at least a couple of them make it through.
Tommy Parrin will be leading local hopes in the 2L stock car Steve Newman Memorial, whilst James Licquorice, Lee Horwood and Lee Barnes will all be looking for success in the 1500cc bangers.
Local drivers appearing for the Mafia in Sunday’s re-arranged clash include Dan Clarke for the Unlimiteds, Lee Barnes, James Licquorice, Jack Maryon, Lee Horwood, Stu Carman and Tyler Reid in the 2L bangers and Brad Bartram and Jack Licquorice in the micro bangers.
This will be staged following the postponement last weekend. The head to head takes place over three classes of National Bangers with 80 drivers a side in action over the Unlimited, 2L and Micro Bangers. The Trackstar Mafia are looking to extend their lead in this exciting head to head to 3-0.