Hard preparation work at the Norfolk Arena on Saturday ensured the day’s bad weather failed to upset the All-Jaguar banger meeting.
Wisbech’s Kevin McClagish (273) claimed a second in the first race, which was open to all classic jags (pre 1970).
The town’s Mo Crowson (5) took two second places in an immaculate looking car, while Dan Steele (141) made his long trip from Cumbria worthwhile by winning the DD.
In the two-litre bangers, King’s Lynn’s Ashley Watkinson (182) recorded his best ever results with a third in his heat and a third in the final.
Ricky Twell (79) went one better to finish second in the final. Swaffham’s Terry Garrod (338) sealed victory in the destruction derby after finishing off Twell.
Two-litre saloons were also in action, a fortnight after their lively season opener. Simon Welton (6), Tom Yould (214), Timmy Aldridge (257) and David Aldous (499) took race wins, with Darren Goudy (156) winning a hectic final.
Racing returns to Lynn tomorrow, 6pm, and Sunday, 1pm. Saturday sees V8-powered F1 stock cars, F2 stock cars and racing from 10-16 year olds in Ministox. Sunday’s action features five racing formulas – Ministox, 1500cc bangers, 1300 stock cars – and two new formulas for Lynn in 2013, junior bangers and stoxkarts.