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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2014 | Sunday 28th September 2014
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    • Tuesday 26 December - 2.00pm
    • 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

Latest Results

  • Wednesday 27th September 2017

    Final wins for: 455 Scott Finlay (BriSCA F2), 698 Mark Crawford (Junior Rods), 711 Anthony McIvor (2L Saloon Stock Cars)

    Updated: 02 Oct 2017 19:09

  • Sunday 17th September 2017

    Final wins for: 978 Mark Murphy (BriSCA F2), 932 Anais McCreight (Junior Rods), 932 Thomas McCrory Jnr (1300 Stock Cars), 292 Daryl McCammon (2L Saloons)

    Updated: 25 Sep 2017 12:40

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Sunday 28th September 2014

Hard Irish Open title for Stewart  “1300 Stock Cars”

Two action packed qualifying heats determined the grid for the big showdown.  The star names were unable to make a big impression during the heats which were shared by Alan Brown and Aaron Rainey, the best of the established names was Scottish super star Craig Haxton who managed and third from the rear of heat two. When the points were tallied it was the white grader Rainey who emerged on top, he shared the front row with Haxton. The front few rows was made up of lower graders with Haxton and fellow Scotsman Jason Secker the exceptions while mid pack a few threats lurked such as Ryan Stewart and Nicky Lowry. Rainey was quickly away on the green flag but Haxton was to have no such luck and was quickly spun around by Secker. As the laps ticked away Rainey continued his spell of fantastic pace out front however Stewart was on the move and already all the way up to second and becoming larger in his mirror, it wasn’t long before Stewart blasted through to the head of proceedings with Rainey now demoted to second with Secker and Lee Buchan in hot pursuit.  When the lap boards appeared Stewart was clear out front while the Scottish pairing of Secker and Buchan were both within firing range of Rainey, they swiftly dealt the novice a blow and continued on their quest to catch the runaway Stewart, this was to be in vain as Stewart completed the distance to take the win and crown himself Irish Open champion, Secker was the gallant runner up with Buchan third. The fourth and final race on the programme was the Iron Man Trophy where young gun Calvin Blake stormed to victory.

McIvor to the fore  “2L Saloon Stock Cars”

Heat one saw a win for Irish Open Champion Ross Houston after a great start from the champion grade, followed up by Ryan Wright and Anthony McIvor.  Heat two saw a reversal of fortune as McIvor took the win from Houston and Wright. The meeting final’s original start was abandoned due to a false start which then leads to an early retirement for Thomas McCrory Jnr.   When the green flag eventually dropped bumpers were flying thick and fast as the star graders swapped positions, Colin Jones was the early leader until Ross Houston bumped him aside this allowed  McIvor to make contact with the rapid Houston, McIvor claimed to spot and went all the distance to  take the win from Wright and Jones.

HOTSOCKS rocks to World Cup glory!  “Unlimited National Bangers”

Stephen ‘HOTSOCKS’ Reynolds was the toast of the unlimited National Bangers when he romped from the back of the field to take the spoils in the World Cup race, the Republic of Ireland star bashed and banged his way through the traffic eliminating his opposition left right and centre, he was followed across the line by  Mike Flaherty and Alan O’Neill however after a lengthy stewards enquiry and discussions with the lap scorers it emerged the number 33 hound dog was the runner up with Flaherty third. Alan O’Neill made up for his disappointment of being dropped down from a podium place in the feature event by winning both the following allcomers and the DD.

Champ Moody does it again “Junior Rods”

Ballymena’s Aaron Moody who claimed the Irish title for a second time just a few weeks ago was the trophy winner once again in the juniors. Moody provided the onlookers with a master class in the final to take the spoils all the way from the back, Jack Kennedy was the runner up with Matthew McKinstry third. Despite his fine form he was unable to collect the flag in any of the heat races which were won by Jordan Finnegan and Jack Patchett although he managed runner up in both.

 

The Next meeting is the last of the domestic season and a big show is planned with Irish Closed championships scheduled for the Brisca F2’s,2L Saloons and 1300 Stock Cars as well as the Juniors playing the support role, that takes place on Sunday 12th October at 2pm.

National Bangers "Unlimited" 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
"World Cup" 173 33 16 172 325 X NOF
Allcomers 172 13 NOF
D/Derby 172
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Heat 1 29 44 314 53 515 118 21 246 40 888 997 932
Heat 2 40 44 515 997 314 118 246 29 888 111 932 NOF
Final 44 314 118 53 111 888 932 NOF
1300 Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Heat 1 996 929 70 529 67 474 984 212 1 337 90 NOF
Heat 2 923 929 67 474 337 529 984 152 70 996 25 NOF
"Irish Open C/ship" 529 337 929 212 145 67 996 25 1 NOF
Final 145 337 67 529 70 212 984 25 996 NOF
2L Saloon Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 75 153 711 29 160 NOF
Heat 2 711 75 153 29 997 NOF
Final 711 153 997 29 NOF
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