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Thursday 9th October 2014

BIG CASH PRIZE AT STAKE AT ST DAY MEETING

The national Stock Car racing season in Cornwall will reach its climax at the United Downs Raceway, St Day this Sunday afternoon (1pm).

The meeting boasts more than £1,000 of prize money, making it the richest Stock Car event in Cornwall for the year. The afternoon's top prize is the coveted Old Motor Cycle Club Trophy, the origins of which can be traced back to the 1950s.

Tom Clark from Luxulyan will be looking to end the season in Cornwall in just the same way as he started it, back in March. Clark won the feature final at the opening St Day meeting of the year on 23 March. While he has enjoyed mixed fortunes during the season, he has hit form again in recent weeks,St Day's own White & Yellow grade series final is the first race on the programme for this Sunday, and Clark is again well placed to chase the awards that are up for grabs.

Matt Brewer of St Dennis trails some way behind 17-year old Steven Gilbert of Doublebois on the Novice of the Year points chart, but Brewer himself will be pleased to have enjoyed such a good debut season, and he looks set to finish second.

The feature final this Sunday, for the Formula Two Stock Cars, will carry an extra £500 of prize money, with £25 lap leader bonus money at stake for the 20-lap contest. Last year, the 2013 World Champion James Rygor of Westbury scooped the bulk of the money, and he will be looking to defend the Old Motor Cycle Club Trophy.

There will also be bangers, Stock Rods and Ministox action.

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