Woods is confirmed as a star of tomorrow
Lewis BealesThe national 2010 stock car season got off to a cracking start at the Norfolk Arena where another good crowd got to see a fantastic evening of stock car racing.Lewis Beales
The national 2010 stock car season got off to a cracking start at the Norfolk Arena where another good crowd got to see a fantastic evening of stock car racing.
The evening started with the presentation of the track championship trophies for the 1300 stock cars.
Dereham's Craig Barnett won the title for the eighth time in the last nine years with Jamie Sampson (Rougham) coming home second and Willie Skoyles Jnr (Heachem) third.
Things then started well for local fans with Snettisham's Kris Woods continuing where he left off from last year which saw him a final winner by winning the stars of tomorrow race.
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Norwich's Nigel Parker came through for second with Yarmouth's Mick Bulldeath coming home in third place.
King's Lynn's Scott Aldridge debuted a very smart looking car in the 2L stock cars and he put in a terrific performance in its first ever race when he came home in third place in the Clive Grief Memorial.
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David Aldous (Diss) won the race with Stuart Shevill Jnr (Motherwell) coming home in second.
There was another local victor in the final allcomers race with Nigel Parker, of Norwich, holding off the 2008 world champion Shane Brown (Plymouth) over the last few laps with some great decisive driving to take the chequered flag.
Dan Booth (Spalding) won the 1300 stock car Clive Grief Memorial final.