CRAIG Wallace enjoyed a memorable weekend at a rain-soaked Cowdenbeath Racewall.

The Haddington driver was among those lining up in the ORCi Ministox last Saturday evening.

Wallace was in dominant form in the heats as he won both races by comfortable margins.

When the final started, Wallace was quickly off the mark and was soon catching those ahead of him.

At the half distance, he had taken the lead and he went on to win by the length of the straight to complete his hat-trick.

In the Grand National, he had to start with a lap handicap.

Despite the disadvantage, he had started to catch the cars ahead within a few laps.

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However, his race was brought to a premature end when he was given a ‘dunt’ which sent him crashing into the wall and out of the race.

There was a good turnout of Ministox drivers, including Tranent’s Kyle Rogerson, with their target the East of Scotland Championship.

Rogerson picked up a ninth place in the second heat but was involved in a shunt in the final and had to retire.

Tomorrow (Sunday), the Formula II mechanics have a chance to show the drivers how it should be done in the Race for a Spanner.

They are joined by the Saloons, who have their white/yellow series final, the ORCi Stock Rods and the last Prostock Basic outing of the season.