Stock cars ready to roar again at Yarmouth Stadium
A new season of stock car racing gets under way at the Yarmouth Stadium this Sunday (5.30pm start).
The main event features the two-litre hot rod East Anglian championship.
Looking for some good results at his home track will be Potter Heigham's Tommy Miller, who recently unveiled his smart new car at Wimbledon.
Gary Goodswen is another who should be in the hunt for the title as is newly-crowned English champion Paul Wright.
As has been the case for a few years now the Superstox were the Spedeworth Formula of the year and the Caister Road circuit is one of the tracks to see the formula at its best.
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Shaun Brooker has looked by far the quickest driver in the class so far in 2012 and with well over 20 years experience of the track he could well be the man to beat.
Keep an eye on Steven Jackson and Liam Lambert who are both more than capable of springing a few surprises.
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There's action from the bangers in which Yarmouth's Jane Allard will be mixing it with the men once again.
If all that isn't enough Sunday could be the first time the new Street Stocks appear on track.
It is a budget contact formula aimed at the local drivers who want to take a step up from bangers without the cost of one of the more senior classes.
Although cars are still in development stages hopefully a few will have cars ready for a bit of practice before the main summer season gets into gear - Graham Utting.