There's method in Joy's Micro Madness

Gorleston's Joy Roberts showed her fellow male competitors how to do it by winning the bangers Micro Madness at Swaffham Raceway last Sunday. Amongst an excellent entry of cars was Dersingham's Sam Coote in a stretched Micro limousine which ended the day a lot shorter than it started! What these cars may have lacked in size, as drivers had to race small sized vehicles, they made up for in entertainment.

Gorleston's Joy Roberts showed her fellow male competitors how to do it by winning the bangers Micro Madness at Swaffham Raceway last Sunday.

Amongst an excellent entry of cars was Dersingham's Sam Coote in a stretched Micro limousine which ended the day a lot shorter than it started! What these cars may have lacked in size, as drivers had to race small sized vehicles, they made up for in entertainment. The main event was up first with Roberts guiding her Fiesta to the victory ahead of Matt Carter (Cambridge) and Justin Nicholls (Wisbech). Roberts went on to further success by winning the first allcomers event with Watton's Craig Blake winning the second. The day concluded with a destruction derby which saw Coote's limo the main focus of attention especially from eventual winner Lakenheath's Brian Pfender.

Great Yarmouth's Jamie Plane continued his dominance in the junior bangers winning both his heats but having to settle for second in the final behind Boston's Lewis Stark.

Daniel Pooley (March) won a heat and final double in the stock rods with West Row's Joe Cooper winning the other heat. Points leader Eric Boulton (St Neots) came second in the final which helped him increase his lead on Fakenham's Chris Woods.


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Kings Lynn's Justin Gore and Bury St Edmunds Max Stoodley won the heats in the street stocks with Gore going on to complete his double in the final ahead of fellow Lynn driver Damien Choppen and Thetford's Geoff Pallett. Stoodley has now taken over the lead from Newton Flotman's Andy Moore at the top of the points. Completing the bill were the mondeo rods with Fakenham's Steve Usher also completing the trend of one driver winning two races in each formula. Gavin Nicholls (Norwich) was the other heat winner although Gary Legrice (Norwich) retains a comfortable lead at the top of the points.

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