The racing at Sunday’s oval motorsport meeting at Wimbledon stadium was a curious affair.

Those with the benefit of experience enjoyed a good evening’s work, while virtual novices also turned in some fine racing.

The newly crowned superstox world champion, Chris Bradbury, showed what a worthy champion he is with a trio of great performances.

Heats one and two were won by Jordan Aylwood and Alex Meadows respectively, with Bradbury placing in each.

In the final, Bradbury showed a patient side to his racing where, in changing conditions, his waiting game proved fruitful as others faltered, with him securing his first win as new world champion.

The “Back to basic” bangers on Sunday featured an eclectic mix of cars.

Old head, Roger Wilkinson, who was 1987 world champion, has showed recently his return to the sport was an inspired decision.

He started by winning the first race, and then followed it up with two further placings in the second heat and final.

Current national banger star Jack Reynolds proved too good to beat in the night’s last race, taking the spoils.

Meanwhile, in the rookie rods, a young star is emerging.

In only her second outing in the rods, ambitious 21-year-old Jessica Philips is showing the lads a thing or two.

Making her debut in the capital, Phillips took a hat-trick of top three finishes, to go with her two wins at the Aldershot Raceway in September.

This weekend, it is all about bangers, both on track and in the skies, as Spedeworth present their annual Gala Night, that includes bangers, stock rods and rookie rods, as well as a spectacular firework display set to light up the sky above Plough Lane.

Racing starts at 5.30pm on Sunday with turnstiles open at 4.30pm.