Action at Angmering racetrack

A day of torrential rain and high winds could not curb the drivers at Angmering raceway ( on Sunday November 22nd as the drivers took to a track that had more in common with a pond than a racing circuit.

Thursday, 26th November 2009, 2:47 pm
Updated Friday, 8th June 2018, 4:21 am

All of the formulas struggled in the harsh conditions, with the front wheel drive saloon rods being the best placed to deal with the rain lashed track. Dean Archer had a fantastic day's racing in the formula, narrowly missing a clean sweep of both heats and the final with two first places and one second.

Among the junior drivers 158, Lewy Richardson steered through the deluge to win the junior production class, with 180 Kieron Chappell, taking the top spot in the junior rods.

Despite all the rain one of the hot rods still managed to catch fire leading to the race being re-run with 306 Jack Morgan taking the final.

The rear wheel drive saloon rods and street stocks struggled dreadfully with the conditions but 724 Stephen Wright came through to win in the saloon rods with 587, Jim Stewart doing the same in the street stocks.

The production stocks saw wins for 212, Lee Potter in the senior and 595

Racing action returns to Angmering for the Christmas bash on December 13 with the hugely entertaining nudge and spin bangers taking part in the Santa Slaughter to raise money for the Chestnut Tree Children's Hospice.

Angmering is located just off the A280, between Worthing and Angmering. The gates open at 8am, with racing commencing at 11.30am. Adult admission is 10 kids, 10-14, 5, with kids