Gordon is in the Moodie at Racewall

Gordon Moodie in his famous number 7 on the way to his win.
Gordon Moodie in his famous number 7 on the way to his win.

Gordon Moodie added to his impressive haul of motor racing trophies by securing the Turner Trophy final at the Racewall on Saturday.

The Windygates driver won the opening heat from Chris Burgoyne and Craig Wallace with Reid fifth and Harris in ninth place.

Liam Buchanan finds himself crowded out by the Stranraer defence.

Liam Buchanan finds himself crowded out by the Stranraer defence.

Moodie then doubled his win tally when he won heat two again from Burgoyne and Robbie Dawson with Reid sixth and Turner in eighth place.

Burgoyne pulled out right at the start to the final with Mitchell going into the lead from Bryan whilst at the back of the grid Moodie made up a couple of places quickly.

Moodie’s progress through the field was quick and decisive and was soon through into second spot then taking the lead on lap 11.

Dawson and Wallace were running nose to tail catching Mitchell and relegating him to fourth.

In the end Moodie went on to win the Turner Trophy final from Dawson and Wallace with Turner in eighth place.

Burgoyne was back to win the Grand National leading home Wallace and Dawson with Moodie in seventh place and Reid in ninth place.

The saloon drivers had Scott Keith in the hire car with the local drivers being Kyle Irvine (Glenrothes), Barry Russell (Cowdenbeath) and Ross Watters (Leven).

The first race of the night was a white/yellow challenge heat with Adam Low winning from Grant Chisholm and Mike McCombie.

Heat one saw Watters go through to win from Irvine and Stuart Drobinski with Russell in fifth place.

Watters looked to be on his way to another win only for the engine to blow up allowing Drobinski to take the chequer from I. McLaughlin and Low with Russell in eighth place.

The final was stopped when Addison Weir was in a shunt and then again when a marker tyre was moved into the middle of the track.

Russell was the leader but had Graeme Shevill, Drobinski, Low and Irvine chasing. Shevill dropped away but on lap 15 I McLaughlin moved ahead but Russell was right on his back bumper and looking for a way back into the lead.

I McLaughlin just held on to win the trophy, leading home Drobinski who sent Russell wide allowing Irvine into third place.

Amongst those in action in the prostox were Keith Annandale (Lochgelly), Sandy Allen (Methil), Jordan Law (Kelty), Kev. Bell (Kirkcaldy), Kev and Ken Bell (Glenrothes), Bob and Steve Gold (Cowdenbeath), Craig Watson (Methil) and Bob Dougall (Methil).

Dougall won the opening heat leading home Law, B. Gold, Bell, S. Gold and Annandale.

In heat two there was a major pile up on the pit bend during the closing stages of the race with Bell being the only finisher.

Watson went on to win the final from Annandale, Bell and Allen.

The saloon final proved to be a close affair with Ian McLaughlin finally taking the lead after sending Barry Russell wide but at the flag the first three cars were almost nose to tail as they crossed the finish line.

This Saturday the formula IIs and saloon drivers are back but the lightning rods and banger drivers have their Scottish Championships to decide. The meeting starts at 6.00p.m.