Goodale hopes to top the bill at King’s Lynn

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Unlimited Bangers top the bill at King’s Lynn’s Norfolk Arena on Saturday and will feature Spalding’s Simon Goodale and Long Sutton driver James Jackson.

Both have already secured their places in September’s prestigious World of Shale Championship, for which Saturday’s racing carries two wildcard places to the event so is sure to be hotly contested.

The smaller cars Micro Bangers will feature Spalding’s Will Longford while less experienced Long Sutton racer James Bruce will also be in action.

Saturday’s action gets under way from 6pm with another meeting at the venue on Sunday from 1pm.

The 1500cc National Bangers on Sunday includes Spalding drivers Simon Chapman and Kevan Barton.