WEE COUNTY youngster Robbie Armit was among the winners at the final closed door stock car meeting at the Cowdenbeath Racewall on Sunday afternoon.

The event started off in the dry but midway through drivers had to battle against the rain which left the track wet and greasy by the end of the meeting.

It played havoc with some of the Micro F2 drivers resulting in numerous spins, although luckily none were hurt.

The Micro F2s saw quite a few visiting drivers to the track but at the end David Philp, Rhys Anderson and Owen Marshall were having their last Racewall outings having reached retirement age.

There were double successes for Zak Gilmour in the Saloons and Alva's Armit in the Ministox, while both Ben McLellan and Conner St. Aubyn had double successes in the Micro F2s.

The saloon drivers were in good form and included Stirling driver Andy Ainslie who ended up having a good night's racing although starting from the rear of the grid.

In heat one he brought his car home in tenth place and in heat two finished just out with the placings in heat two.

On a wet and greasy track surface he had another good run in the final where he notched up an eighth place and then added a ninth place in the Allcomers.

The brings the season to an end, with eyes now cast to the hopes of a fuller 2021.

Those interested are urged to keep a watchful eye out on the Racewall website for further news.