White Grade Whitewash
In one weekend’s competition, white grade drivers took the chequered flag in ten races on tarmac – when did THAT happen last? Story Paul Huggett
The Family Way
We were hanging out with Mr. Cooper, along with Cooper Junior, Mrs. Cooper, Ms Cooper and, as it turned out, granddad too; and Richard Brown of course, because, says Graeme Cooper, patriarch of the team that has his son Jason, well known to Superstox followers at its core, without Richard there would be no Cooper racing team.
Crash, Bang Wallop – ASCARS’s Tough Start to 2003
Michael Vergers won a car-wrecking first round of the ASCAR Days of Thunder series after a two-part race full of controversy and accidents with only 11 cars finishing under a yellow flag caution. Round Two was nearly as action packed….
A ‘Family of Racers’
Lauren Crofts made her racing debut on Sunday April 20th, her twelfth birthday. She joins elder brother Ashley, who is now a seasoned campaigner, in the junior class, having finished second in last year’s championship.
Midgets North of the Border
Midget car racing in Scotland is as dead as the proverbial dodo bird: The last recorded meeting was in the early 1980s when Dermott ‘Wildman’ McGivern won the Scottish Championship at Cowdenbeath. There are hazy references to midget car racing in Scotland in the early 1930s, while a more concentrated effort to get the sport off the ground was made in the mid-1950s. Story John Hyam
F1 Stox fan Nik Eastwood fancied a go at something himself and found the non-contact budget racers at Buxton to fit the bill. Here’s how he got into it …….