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New season at Yarmouth Stadium

PUBLISHED: 14:09 04 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:55 30 June 2010

THE green flag drops at 2.30pm on Sunday afternoon when the cars roar off the starting grid which sees the new motorsport season at Yarmouth Stadium get underway.

THE green flag drops at 2.30pm on Sunday afternoon when the cars roar off the starting grid which sees the new motorsport season at Yarmouth Stadium get underway.

Three favourites take to the grid on Sunday afternoon, the super slick single seater Superstox, the Bumper Thumping Stock Cars and the youngsters of the raceways in their Ministox and with it being a new season, brand new race cars are in abundance. Harlestons multi champion Steven Jackson has a brand new Superstox which was on Show at Autosport International at the NEC in January, as was Norwich based world champion Simon Welton's brand new stock car. There are also brand new cars from Great Yarmouth driver Barry Radcliffe, George Bolt, Ashley Watts and John Smith. Regular Great Yarmouth drivers Eddie Edmonds, Mark Smith, Tommy Miller, Nigel Reed and James Colclough from Hemsby are all ready and raring to go in search of that all important chequered flag.

Norwich based Shaun Brooker, Craig Gould, Sam Mallett and Daniel Wenn will also be looking for some good race results add that to the long distance travelling drivers who are expected from Lincolnshire, Cambridge, Essex, London and East Sussex not to mention the lady racer's Lisa Kerry from Stradbrook in Suffolk and Sara Cooper from Thetford, who will of course be looking to put one over on the boys, but then Martham Boats sponsored Ian Curtis is back on track after almost 20 years, will he be taking a ride down victory lane in car 414?

Pre-meeting practice laps commence at 1.15pm with the first race roaring off the starting grid at 2.30pm, Sunday, March.

Admission price remain the same as last season adults £12, with children and OAPs £6.


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