Saturday night was rather a bit wet at Cowdenbeath for the classics it didn’t deter those wanting to blow away the winter cobwebs.
84 John McFarlane’s last outing in 2018 was a wet day as well , maybe he brings the weather with him?
A decent Scottish turnout for a Saturday ;247 McCabe mk2 x pack, 84 McFarlane mk2, 871 Callendar 100e, 12 Harris Anglebox, 162 Chesher mk2,523 Mc Pherson mk2, 756 Spence Talbot,176 Nicholls mk2 spanker and 63 watkins mk1.
It was down to business with plenty of tail ends sliding out and water flow from the tyres. Graeme Callender took both of the heats with the fresh built 100e.
The spanker out on loan to 176 Gary Nicholls better known for his drive in the stock rods and starting as a new driver from the rear. That didn’t deter him from pushing the famous spanker out wide and high to get some grip , powering through to win the evenings Final .
That has only happened once before at Birmingham in monsoon weather when Ken Marriot in the ex Dan Holden angle box flew past everything .
This could be an interesting season up in Scotland.
A Craig Duncan Piture