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Saturday 28th September 2013

Cripper Lands Irish Championship Glory

Antrim man Christopher Kincaid signed 2013 off in style when he took the honours in the F2 Stockcar Irish Championship. The season didn’t get off to a great start for the young charger, with a string of DNF’s, but Kincaid soon put this behind him by putting in a string of top finishes in recent months , and eventually winning the season long points championship earning him the right to pole position in the big title showdown.

Former European champion Craig McConnell lined up along side Kincaid on the front row with Ryan McCrory and Gavin Fegan on row two. At the green, Kincaid made a textbook start breaking well free of the pack. Fegan was on the rampage, using the front bumper to great effect as he tried to gain positions. McConnell, McCrory and Conor Hughes all battled hard for second spot before the yellow flags when Fegan and Blair had a major coming together on the river bend. Kincaid made a great breakaway on the restart, with McConnell in second before disaster struck for McConnell, forcing him to retire to the middle with mechanical problems. Ryan McCrory took up the running in second with Sam McKay pushing hard in third. As the lap boards appeared Kincaid was well clear out in front with McCrory safe in second, Fegan soon moved into third. At the flag it was Kincaid half a lap ahead of runner up McCrory with Fegan recovering well to take the final podium spot in third. Jonny Stirling was the winner of the allcomers heat whilst Sam McKay was the delighted winner of the dash for cash.

Irish Open Title for Stewart

There was a good turnout of 1300 Stockcars to do battle for the 2013 Irish Open Championship, with the grid boosted by the lone Scottish visitor Craig Haxton Jnr as well as former Stock Rod British champion Raymond Harper and 2L National Saloon Stockcar Irish Champion Ryan Wright. Harper opened his account with a runaway win in heat one, heat two had no shortage of drama and no more so than a big roll over in the closing laps when Ryan Wrights’ Vauxhall Corsa collided with a marker tyre, plunging the 153 car into the air, eventually landing back on all four wheels. Meanwhile the race had been stopped and Raymond Harper was declared the victor once again. Come the title showdown it was Raymond Harper who started off pole position, Harper got off to a great start but it wasn’t long until William Stewart was getting larger in Harpers’ mirror. Stewart soon dealt a heavy blow on the long time race leader, and went safely into the lead. William Stewart then went all the way to the flag crowning himself the 2013 Irish Open Champion, Ryan Stewart was the runner up with Dan Feeney coming home in the third spot.

O’Donnell Captures World Cup Title in Style

Tiernan O’Donnell claimed the big prize in what was a night of thrilling action for the Unlimited National Bangers. Twenty-two of the big beasts lined up for the World Cup showdown, Chris “Lossy” Hyde from England set the early pace, but that wasn’t to last long as William “Wilf” Speak, also from England, removed Lossy. Young Tiernan then took up the lead through the carnage with caution, Steve “HotSocks” Reynolds was hot on his heels, and on the last corner mounted a heavy attack on O’Donnell but just couldn’t make it stick, and followed O’Donnell to the flag and to the fantastic £1000 prize, Hotsocks was the gallant runner-up with Callum “Odd-Job” Hall in third. Reynolds was back in his winning ways in the all comers heat whilst Alan O’Neill was the winner in the DD. Odd-Job (Hall) was awarded the prize for best entertainer of the day.

No Stopping Dean!

There is no stopping Antrim teen Dean McCrory at the minute as the young charger romped to another brace of wins in the Junior section. As has been the case in recent weeks there was another large turnout of Juniors on track to do battle for the Dukey Motorsport Challenge Cup. McCrory set the standard in the heat races with two fine wins, the final was no different with the rapid 935 car cruising to yet another feature win, David McKinnon from Ballymena was the very well deserved runner-up on this occasion with Niall McFerran coming home in third.

BriSCA Formula 2 Stockcars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Heat 1 74 929 312 925 718 944 24 300 278 361 242 NOF
Heat 2 24 925 944 929 74 300 278 242 NOF
Final (Irish C/ship) 312 944 718 24 436 278 361 NOF
Grand National Not Run
1300 Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 57 70 921 67 153 193 145 147 617 90
Heat 2 57 1 921 984 70 617 67 90 193 145
Final (Irish Open) 1 70 921 57 193 67 145 617 147 NOF
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 14th 15th
Heat 1 935 922 10 74 314 44 18 17 118 77 23 32 2 111
Heat 2 935 74 10 17 2 922 23 235 44 314 25 118 77 NOF
Stadium C/ship 935 922 10 74 32 2 235 314 25 17 18 118 997 77
Unlimited National Bangers 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
World Cup C/ship 64 173 266 127 624 NOF
Allcomers 173 146 NOF
Demolition Derby 172
Best Entertainer 266
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