The autumn Sunday evenings of motorsport at Plough Lane continue with another four formula feast including both contact and non-contact oval racing.

The 1,300cc stock cars return after the "Best in Britain" championship, held at the Lane three weeks ago, for round 20 of the 2015 Spedeworth Motorsports Series.

New world champion Will Morphey will be on the grid, as will his uncle, and newly crowned "Best in Britain" champion, Luke Morphey. Both will want to feature in the night’s results.

The battles between the Morpheys and Curtis Tebbenham have become legendary and will likely continue Sunday, with Adam O’Dell also expected to be chasing for honours.

The lightning rods also produced some dramatic and occasionally damaging racing at the aforementioned ‘Best in Britain’ night. 

Sunday also marks the grand final of the lightening rods' 2015 Polleysport/Yokohama Series that Jason Busby leads from Ben Furness, Danny Day and Ashley Birkin.

With the head of the grid formed, now they have to race it out to see just who will come out on top.

Adding to the evening’s action is another visit from the popular rookie Rods.

This budget rod class has been a success story of Spedeworth over the past few years with plenty of drivers, some very well prepared cars and some very even and competitive racing, serving up entertainment wherever they appear.

With their Supreme Championship being raced for on Sunday, we will see the top 30 drivers currently sat on the points chart arriving to battle for this title.

Steph Canfield has recently returned to racing in a new car, representing our lady racers, plus there will be the usual contingent of Toby Trenter, Jamie Callis, Jon Dunn, Lee Ribbins and Edward Kennett to join in the fun in this competitive Formula.

Completing the card is the final outing of the year at Wimbledon for the junior stock cars. After a few installation meetings, the formula is now growing steadily.

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