World title on the line at King’s Lynn

The F2 Stock Car World final takes place at King’s Lynn on Saturday night. Picture: Colin Casserley

The F2 Stock Car World final takes place at Kings Lynn on Saturday night. Picture: Colin Casserley - Credit: Archant

Another glitzy international entry will be present at the Adrian Flux Arena this weekend when two major Stock Car titles will be decided – the F2 Stock Car world final and the 2L Stock Car ORCi Championship.

The F2 Stock Car world final takes place at King's Lynn for the first time since 2011 when Lincolnshire's Mark Simpson won. Defending the title this year will be Holland's Wim Petters who is no slouch on shale tracks.

The race will feature a Scottish front row with National Points champion Gordon Moodie and British champion Craig Wallace sharing the berth. Moodie has spent a long time concentrating on his shale form and will be regarded as currently being one of the quickest men on the loose.

Lee Sampson will be hoping to recapture his shale form of yesteryear as he leads the local challenge for the ORCi Championship for the 2L Stock Cars. Both titles will be decided on Saturday (5pm) with both formulas also being in action on Sunday (1pm).


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