In The Money
The long awaited Dash For Cash was finally held at Yarmouth Stadium on 30th May, a total of 35 Superstox were booked in with 33 attending on the night, a great number of cars for a great track! 24 cars were eligible to take part in the dash for cash having raced during the 2020 season which was when the race was originally planned for. Harry Sturt 54 was the first to drop out, a clash with a marker tyre in heat 1 resulted in him breaking his thumb in four places! Speedy recovery Harry! After winning the 3 heats between them Jordan 515 and Chopper 51 both picked up substantial damage in the final which took a huge effort from their pit crew and others to get them on the grid for the race. In the end 17 cars made the grid and their positions were drawn out trackside by Commentator Nick Knowles, joker numbers had already been allocated to 5 of the grid positions and the lucky drivers to win a joker prize were:-
Chris Bradbury - £200
John Mickel - £150
Luke Simmons - £100
Colin Aylward - £100
Jordan Aylward - Hoosier Tyre
Chaos on the first lap resulted in several cars out with damage and a total restart. The lead was changed several times in a good battle with Martyn Coles 511 taking a well deserved win followed by 167 James Meadows and 886 Chris Bradbury.
The only white top to enter was 89 Josh King who only had to stay out of trouble and finish the race to win the white top award, this he did and his bravery was awarded with £100 and a Hoosier tyre. The top yellow award went to 167 James and the top blue award to his brother Alex 176, so a happy team Meadows!
The full meeting report by Stephen 'Statto' Yates can be found on the Spedeworth Superstox page Spedeworth Superstox | Facebook
And the full meeting including the Dash For Cash can be seen on Spedeworth Tv www.spedeworth.tv worth subscribing to if you are an oval racing fan!
Our special thanks go to Deane, Janet and Gavin at Spedeworth Motorsport for allowing us free reign with organising and supporting us in doing so. Dave Baldwin at Graphics by Dave for having to constantly change the meeting advertising poster! Matt Bull for the programme. Dean and Michelle for publishing all the sponsors names in the upcoming spedeweekend issue of Wheelspin. Nick Knowles for his assistance. Adam, Christer and the Spedeworth staff at Yarmouth Stadium for their help on the night. Sydney and Tommy Aylward for their help and finally Alex Dunmore who managed to pull it all together for us on the night like a pro! Much appreciated by all of us!
Finally thank you to each and every driver who took part, it couldn't have happened without you! And to Dean Johnston who travelled all the way down from Scotland to take part and brought myself and Chopper flowers and whiskey to thank us for organising, totally unexpected and a lovely gesture, thank you so much!
Maybe we'll do another in 10 years time!!
Thank you once again to all the sponsors without who the Dash for Cash would not have been possible:-
COLIN & TRUDY – HCD
GARY CHISHOLM – CHISHOLM MOTORSPORT
DEAN & MICHELLE – WHEELSPIN MAGAZINE
MARK NOTTINGHAM – WISBECH BREAKERS
NIGEL & MARTYN COLES - COLESTEC
DEANE & JANET WOOD – SPEDEWORTH MOTORSPORT
LES WALLER – SCOTTISH FAN
JOHN AYLWARD – RACING CRITIC
DAVE MILES – SAFARI ENGINEERING
ALEX MEADOWS – WOODBRIDGE CLASSIC CARS
H & T TRAILERS
BILLY WOOD – SPEDEWORTH FABRICATIONS
RANDAL LYNN – PET FERTILITY CLINIC
ROB NOTTINGHAM – SMS MOT CENTRE YAXLEY
SEAMUS CUSHNAHAN – SC FENCING & GROUNDWORKS
DECLAN SALMON – DGS FIRE & SECURITY
ASD WELDING SERVICES
A1 PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS
SHAUN MAYLE – CHEQUERS SCAFFOLDING
JULIAN ARMES & FAMILY
MARK SWANN – SERVICE CENTRAL
KEVIN WEIR – WHITEMOSS GARAGE
PAUL FROST – PF TRAVEL
JAKE STURT PLASTERING & TILING
HARRY STURT CARPENTRY
511 Martyn Coles. Dash For Cash Winner.
167 James Meadows. Dash For Cash runner up and Ist Yellow Top award.
886 Chris Bradbury 3rd place and Joker prize winner
89 Josh King, 1st White Top award
176 Alex Meadows. 1st Blue Top award.
4 John Mickel. Joker prize winner
251 Luke Simmons. Joker prize winner
51 Colin Aylward. Joker prize winner
515 Jordan Aylward. Joker prize winner.