Bell's Thunder 500
The pre-world final Ipswich Thunder 500 showcased a bit of dominance by former world champion Glenn Bell who won the first heat and the feature 40 lap final race. Second place went to Chris Haird, followed by Derek Martin in third. The other heat of the night was won by Gavin Murray. Full Results
Great Northern Ireland Finale
Colin Adair reports: The Hankook Performance Tyres World Series NI reached a thrilling conclusion at Ballymena Raceway on June 2. Mark Heatrick was the star turn at the last round, carding a fine heat and final double, but Mark’s strong performance was surpassed by a nail-biting battle for the overall Northern Ireland title which went right down to the final lap of the final race. FULL STORY
"The car felt absolutely amazing, the best it has ever been to drive. Normally in the wet it does everything it can to try and kill me but it was doing exactly what I wanted it to and I managed to overtake a few cars..." New Blog
Donaldson and Casey crowned
Scottish and Irish Champions
Scot Ian Donaldson and Irishman Dave Casey won their respective national points titles after a season long campaign to qualify for the world final at Ipswich in July.
Final Points and Qualifiers
McDonald majestic as Weaver wraps up second points championship
Graham Brown Two superb wins for Rob McDonald rounded off this year’s World Series but, despite something of a lacklustre night, it was still Kym Weaver who lifted his
second points title at the end of it.
GB's Full Report
South Africa NHR Update
With the news that SA15 Jason Loosemore will be representing South Africa in this year's Ipswich world fnal, Ashley Mills has sent us a fine photo album from the Hot Rod Tour there so far this year.
South Africa Trip for 2017 World Champion
The winner of the 2017 National Hot Rod World Championship (to be crowned at Ipswich on July 1/2) will get an all expenses paid - flights, accommodation, road car and race car - award to race at The Rock Raceway South Africa on August 12.