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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2012 | Wednesday 26th September 2012
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Wednesday 26th September 2012

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BriSCA F2 Irish Championship


Congratulations to Denver Grattan on being confirmed 2012 BriSCA Formula II Irish Closed Champion.


Denver Grattan is the new F2 Irish Stock Car Champion after on the track winner Christopher Kincaid was disqualified after post race scrutineering at Nutts Corner Raceway. The eagerly awaited race saw Kincaid line up in pole position with Craig McConnell on his outside. Willie Murray, Grattan, Sam McKay and Conor Hughes were the next four on the grid. A twenty car line up was present and when the green flag fell it was McConnell who edged ahead of Kincaid with Grattan and Hughes next down the line. Greg Hyndman was involved in a shunt and ended crashed out in the middle of the track which caused a race stoppage. At the next attempt McConnell again was off the line well ahead of Kincaid, Grattan, Hughes, Gary Blair and Jeff Minish. All eyes were on McConnell as Kincaid started to reel him in and eventually seized the lead. As the race settled down Andy Stewart was in trouble and fell foul of diff problems and ground to a halt in the racing line which again brought out the red flags. Kincaid had no problems hanging on to his lead at the third restart as McConnell was been reeled in my Grattan. A few laps later McConnell’s race was over when engine gremlins sidelined him from the race. The race continued at a fast pace with very little changes in positions for the remainder of the race. At the chequered flag Kincaid was their first but after post race scrutineering he was removed from the result. Grattan inherited the top spot to become the new F2 Stock Car Irish Champion the Title his brother Gary held seven years ago. Hughes was runner up and a late rally from Minish netted him the other place on the podium. Ryan McCrory, McKay, Blair, Gary Grattan, Jonny Stirling, Thomas Greer and David Faloon were the other finishers.


Congratulations to big ted #278 on being the first white/yellow driver to finish f2 Irish Championship Race ,Trophy presented by Paula Currie


Dan Feeney fresh from his Irish Championship win in the 1300 Stock Cars last week once again went home with the final winning trophy. The battle at the front for supremacy between Raymond Harper and Robbie Browne ended as Harper pushed into the lead. Harper again hit his cousin Richard Harper in his attempt to stay in the lead. Raymond H Colin Woods and Richard H all tangled and Feeney was on hand to take advantage and bore into the lead. Once in front he was unstoppable as a late surge from Davy Reynolds and Dan Shannon couldn’t stop the Champion from going on to land the final win. Willie Stewart came in to play in the final few laps to clinch runner up place ahead of Shannon, Browne, Ricky Peoples and Woods. Richard H and Woods were the heat winners.


Limavady Gp2 Lightning Rod Driver Simon McLaughlin chalked up a double success winning a heat and the final.  McLaughlin was the early pacesetter ahead of David Gillespie, Mark Turtle and Kenny Greer. McLaughlin built up a sizeable lead in the early stages but Gillespie never give up the challenge and by midway was beginning to reel in the leader. Down the order the new Irish Champion Curtis Greer was just holding off a strong dice with Rodney Stewart, Kenny Carson and Freddie Fleck. Near the front Turtle and K Greer were also locked in battle for that third place. In the final few laps Gillespie was on McLaughlin’s rear bumper and almost got up the inside of the leader but somehow McLaughlin gathered himself together and just clinched the win by a whisker. Turtle, K Greer, C Greer, Stewart, Carson, Fleck, Jason Clyde and Noel Hazlett were the other finishers. Turtle excelled for victory in heat one.


Local lad Dean McCrory recently crowned Irish Junior Rod Champion had a late drive to pocket the spoils in the final. Calvin Blake had early advantage over Bradley McKinstry, McCrory and Jaimie McCurdy. McKinstry soon was all over the back of Blake and it turned into a long dice before McKinstry finally got the better of him to lead. Blake fell back as McCrory move into second and went all out after the leader. As the laps ticked away McCrory finally caught the leader with about six laps to the finish. It looked like McKinstry could keep McCrory at bay but with three to go McCrory got an opening and was through to the lead and away to another good win. McKinstry was a worthy runner up and McCurdy was third. Blake, Peter Greer, Jack Kennedy, Aaron Moody and Joshua McKinstry were next past the winning post. McKinstry and McCrory had a win each in the heats.



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