Results as seen trackside to be confirmed. Entry and Grids here
Heat 1: 3,66,117,48,92,304,615,31,42,45,491,155,217,55,136,209,174,339,115,162,152,27,23,196,305,119. NOF. Heavy rain throughout but now stopped. 3 only led the last few inches of the last lap, margin of victory 0.064 secs
Heat 2: 3,42,45,117,66,491,31,92,162,55,304,615,209,155,174,115,217,136,305,152,48,339,27,119,196(-2),23(-4). NOF. 42 initially awarded the win but 3 reinstated after viewing of video evidence. 196 -2 for baulking, 23 -4 for baulking & a jumped start.
Final: 117 304 45 162 491(-2) 209 115 42 174 217 615 23 31 136 55 66 119 339 196(-2) nof.
To be confirmed.
Round 9 Crimond, 1st May
Callender denies Donaldson hat trick at Crimond - read The Madman's full report
Graham Brown. Rob McDonald took the win from a tightly fought final, with double heat winner Chris Lehec, Jack Blood and newly crowned European champion Carl Waller-Barrett all helping to make life difficult for the eventual winner.
Martin Kingston's Photos
So it's Hednesford this Bank Holiday Monday, a meeting that is always a cracker, at probably the best track to watch the super fast NHRs. 26 cars are booked and an all in format will see the main rivals lining up next to each other.
Up until now Shane Murray has been sidelined with an injury in 2016, but the former 2-Litre Hot Rod World Champion marked his return to the action with an impeccable hat-trick of wins in Round 10 of the PC Paints and Components World Series NI at Ballymena Raceway on April 22.
Martin Kingston reports on the thrilling European Championship final at Lochgelly Raceway which saw Carl Waller-Barrett cross the line inches ahead of second placed man Chris Haird, with Glenn Bell in third.
Martin Kingston and Ed Fahey's PHOTOS
Dave & Carole Longhurst/Deane Wood
Statements regarding recent events, resignations and the NHRPA's future.