PODIUM places were the order of the day for East Lothian’s racers at Cowdenbeath Racewall over the weekend.

Craig Wallace was in action and came home with a fourth place in the opening heat before finishing fifth in the second heat.

However, the Haddington driver was up the front end of action in the final.

He made a decent start and was beginning to make up ground on those ahead of him.

Just after the half distance, he was into the top five.

He picked up another two places and, when the race ended, had to be content with a third-place finish.

In the Grand National, he ended up in fourth place.

The only local driver in the Prostock Basics was Dunbar’s Kai Chisholm and he had a strong night’s racing and ended the evening with a handful of points.

In the first heat, he had a race-long dice with Lauren Ford.

In the end, he had to settle for the runner-up spot, crossing the finish line right on her back bumper.

In heat two, Chisholm was in the lead by the end of the opening lap and, while he was under pressure initially, he gradually eased away before going on to pick up an easy win.

In the final, he was initially dicing with another car for second but it only took him a couple of laps before he moved into second spot.

As the race progressed, he became embroiled in a three-car dice with a car on his outside and another on his back bumper.

They ran like this until the closing lap when he dropped to third and, while he was third across the finish line, he was moved to second when the first home was penalised for an infringement.