Top speed for star Steve

Holbeach speedster Steve Wycherley is in action at the BriSCA Formula Two meeting at the Norfolk Arena, King's Lynn, on Saturday.  ANL-140326-142332002
Holbeach speedster Steve Wycherley is in action at the BriSCA Formula Two meeting at the Norfolk Arena, King's Lynn, on Saturday. ANL-140326-142332002

Holbeach stock car racer Steve Wycherley is looking to make the Norfolk Arena, King’s Lynn, his favourite track when he races there on Saturday.

Wycherley is in action at the British Stock Car Association Formula Two meet just four weeks after getting the chequered flag at the same venue.

More than 60 cars have entered the big event and other South Holland-based drivers joining Wycherley include Justin Parker, Carl Issitt, Barry Clow and Mark Sargent.

Parker led in the early stages of the final meeting of last season before dropping back, while veteran Issitt is looking to build on his promising return to the formula, having managed a third-place finish in the season opener.

Sargent is hoping to continue the momentum wich earned him a second place at Mildenhall last weekend and Clow can always be guaranteed to entertain.

Motorsport fans can also see the larger Formula One stock cars with more than 30 Cevrolet V8-engined machines expected to race.

Autograph hunters are expected in their droves with the news that world champion Tom Harris, former European champion Mick Sworder and ex-Britis champion Paul Hines will be taking part.

A new season of Spalding Autograss racing starts on Sunday at Hurdletree Bank, off Raven’s Gate, Holbeach.

The 45-race season from March to November features 15 different classes of car and the action starts at 11.30am.

Admission is £6, senior citizens £5 and free for kids under 12.