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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2013 | Wednesday 10th April 2013
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    • DEREK MASON MEMORIAL KING OF THE CORNER for… Micro F2's, Brisca F2's, 1300 Stock Cars, Stock Rods & Junior Rods, GP2 Lightning Rods Stadium Championship

      Updated: 09 Oct 2017 11:40

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Wednesday 10th April 2013

Dean’s Dream

9 Juniors took to the track for the first heat with the debut of 958 Shea Duff in his immaculate Vauxhall Corsa which was on display at the Autosport International Show inBirminghamback in January. It wasn’t long before the red flags were out and flying as young Duff failed to get of the line. At the second time of asking everyone got away safely and it wasn’t long until Dean McCrory powered through to the front of the pack and went on to claim the win from Aaron Moody and Anthony Kincaid. Heat 2 was almost a carbon copy of the prior heat as again Duff fails to get of the line. When the action resumes McCrory records another win from Moody and Kincaid. Come final time all the youngsters get away safely on the green flag before a early race suspension is called as Mark Winchester collides with the wall on the exit of turn 2 subsequently removing the 44 machine of Aaron Moody in the process. At the restart McCrory’s intentions are clear as he rockets through to take the flag and complete a hat trick of wins. Kincaid crossed the line in second with Jack Kennedy in third.

Super Billy

A slightly increased field of speed stocks were in action for their third meeting from the introduction of the new class. In heat 1 current gp2 Lightning Rod Irish Champion Curtis Greer was the victor after the race leader Billy Finnegan jnr retired with mechanical issues.James Goldie recorded a fine victory in heat 2 before Finnegan stepped into to go all out and land the win in the final and his third final win in as many meetings. Finnegan took over at the front early on in the race and stayed the distance to win from heat winners Greer and Goldie.

Gavin’s Back

A healthy turnout of 14 F2’s were in attendance including veteran Trevor Moore and returnee Gavin Fegan. The bumpers were flying early in heat 1 as Ryan McCrory, Chris Kincaid and Conor Hughes all battled hard for the places. Craig McConnell and Fegan were the first of the star graders through the pack and were in search of the early race leaders, meanwhile Gary Blair takes over out front with Thomas Greer in tow, Blair does enough to win from Greer and McConnell. Heat 1 winner Blair was a early spinner in the second heat paving the way for Greer to hunt down the race leaders. Greer had a coming together with one of the infield marker tyres in the closing stages allowing Matthew McCreight to romp his way to the flag and claim victory from McConnell and Fegan. The final was still in the very early stages when the yellow flags are called for as Conor Hughes collects the stricken machine of David Faloon on the river end. On the restart Fegan and McConnell power through to the front of the field leaving the rest to chase, McConnell keeps the pressure on Fegan but it just wasn’t enough with Fegan completing the distance out front to record the final win. McConnell crossed the line in second and McCrory third.

Dan’s the Man

A average turnout of 7 1300 stock cars filtered onto the raceway for heat  1, early pace setter Thomas Megarry takes a fine flag to flag victory from star men Ryan Stewart and Dan Feeney. In heat 2 Megarry battled hard with Andy Scott in the opening laps allowing Stewart and Feeney to close onto their tails. Megarry done enough to secure the win and his second of the night with again Stewart and Feeney next across the line. The Spectators were treated to an all action final as Megarry, Scott and Calvin Blake all exchanged heavy blows in the opening stages, before disaster stuck for Megarry has he was clattered up against the wall with the help of Feeney, bringing out the yellow flags. Feeney had his sights set on the glory at the restart as he delivered a destructive blow to the pack allowing him to move safely through to the front, behind him Blake and Connor Smith battled hard for the remaining steps on the podium. At the flag Feeney was well clear and took the win from  Blake and Smith.

Handy Andy

Unfortunately there was a disappointing field of ORC Lighting Rods in attendance to do battle for the coveted 2013 King of the Corner title.

The Percy brothers Andrew and Campbell along with Wayne Hewitt took to the track for heat 1, it wasn’t long until Andrew powered of into the distance to claim the victory from C Percy who was the only other finisher in the race. Andrew recorded a fine victory again in heat 2 with Hewitt second and C Percy third. As the cars took the green flag in the King of the Corner final it wasn’t long until there was drama as C Percy and Hewitt  both spun their cars out of contention, leaving a easy run to the finish line for A Percy and rounding out a hat trick of wins in the process. Hewitt recovered for second and C Percy completed the distance in third.

Next Meeting

Racing returns to Nutts Corner Raceway this Wednesday 17th April at 7.30pm with the F2 Stock Cars Grand National Round 1,ORC Lightning Rods, Saloon Stock Cars Golden Helmet Championship and Junior Rods completing the action packed programme.

BriSCA Formula 2 Stockcars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Heat 1 932 216 925 718 909 24 929 944 71 875 NOF
Heat 2 925 718 71 944 909 24 875 107 929 932 NOF
Final 718 925 944 216 24 71 107 875 909 67 NOF
Grand National Not Run
1300 Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 7 70 921 145 284 905 984
Heat 2 7 70 921 145 905 284 984
Final 921 145 905 284 984 NOF
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 935 44 2 314 922 118 515 111 NOF
Heat 2 935 44 2 314 922 118 515 NOF
Final 935 2 314 118 922 515 958 NOF
Speed Stocks 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 22 87 1 11 636
Heat 2 87 22 1 11 NOF
Final 86 22 87 11 636
ORC Lightning Rods "King of the Corner" C/ship 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 933 955 NOF
Heat 2 933 932 955
Final 933 932 955
  • _718 Gavin Fegan winner of the F2 Final
  • _86 Billy Finnegan Winner of the Speed Stocks Final
  • _935 Dean McCrory winner of the Junior Rods final
  • 1300 Stock Car final winner _921 Dan Feeney
  • ORC Lightning Rod Final Winner _933 Andrew Percy
 

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