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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2015 | Sunday 11th October 2015
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Sunday 11th October 2015

Curtain falls on a brilliant season at the raceway!!

Antrim Ace Kincaid scoops Grand National glory.

The F2 Irish Champion Chris Kincaid was again on fine form at the raceway, bagging another feature win to add to his impressive CV. The Antrim man started from pole position in the Grand National Championship with the former Irish and European champion Craig McConnell alongside. Kincaid got away clean at the green however it wasn't long before McConnell was offering a challenge, as the pair exchanged heavy blows Conor Hughes and Gordy McKee were gradually closing in and eventually joined the party.  A great four way battled raged for several laps up front until Kincaid broke free from the pack leaving Hughes, McConnell and the Irish Open champion Ryan McCrory to scrap for the remaining podium steps. At the flag Kincaid was well clear of Conor Hughes in second while McConnell emerged as the third place finisher after a fantastic last bend battle with McCrory. A further 2 heat races concluded the F2 action at the raceway for 2015. Sean McFerran recorded a fine victory in heat 1 while his fortunes changed drastically in the final after a major crash in the opening laps which saw the aerofoil ripped of the 47 machine. Hughes was victor in heat rounding up a fine end to the season for the former Irish champion.

Ryan bags 1300 Irish title

Ryan Stewart captured the 1300 Stock Car Irish Crown in what was a sensational race from the off. Chris Hamill who started of pole position was soon removed from the lofty heights by Ivan Elliot who launched a committed and well calculated hit on the first corner, this triggered all kinds of carnage as they emerged on to the back straight for the first time, as the dust settled it became clear the extent of the drama with several cars sidelined. Curtis Greer had taken up the running out front with Ryan Stewart on tow, others such as Aaron Rainey, Elliot and Peter Greer were still in the chase also before yellows were required late in the race to remove Rainey's stricken machine from river bend. As the cars lined up again with only a handful of laps remaining the tension was on the rise and a grandstand finish was imminent. Greer continued to head the field until the last lap when Stewart made his move calmly moving through on the inside to take the victory ahead of the long time leader Greer, Peter Greer drive a steady race to pick up the final podium place. With the Irish titled settled all attention soon turned to the revenge race which come later in the programme. After another bruising affair and a dramatic last bend reshuffle Chris Hamill took the win crossing the line sideways, with C Greer and Anthony McIvor in close proximity.

Right on the MARK

Mark Frew added another championship title to his weekend tally in the form of the NCR Stadium championship. Frew had already picked up the prestigious Champion of Champions silverware at the neighbouring Ballymena Raceway on Friday evening. This had give him the taste of glory and he went on a mission to pick up the spoils again, Frew was followed home by Johnny McCloy and his old stable mate Bobby Johnston. Colin Clifford picked up the flag in both the heat races that followed closing his season in style, Clifford a recent returnee to racing has shown great pace in the last weeks of the season and his sure to be a massive contender next term.

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Wright closes season with final win

The former Irish champion Ryan Wright closed the domestic 2L Saloon season with a fine win in the lively meeting final. Father and son pairing Davy and Ryan Patton were the early pace setters in the final building up a healthy advantage while the star graders Kieran McIvor, Stuart McCammon,  Wright and the Irish champion Anthony McIvor traded paint at the rear of the field. Anthony was a casualty of the early onslaught finding himself spun around on the home straight. A mid race yellow suspension for debris on the race track saw the cars regroup on the back straight, which closed A McIvor back into the chase. Wright made a text book start swiftly dealing with McCammon, K McIvor and R Patton to move through to the front. Wright completed the remaining ten laps to bag the victory well clear of A McIvor who fought back to second. Earlier on the race card A McIvor romped to a clear victory in the earlier heat race. 

Jack Morrow double delight

The Brisca Micro F2's were again on display in front of the large crowd with another good showing of the young stars in action. Jack Morrow was the star attraction recording wins in both the races with Tyler McClurkin the runner up. Others who featured well included Cathal McFerran in what was his first meeting in the class, Ava McCreight, Rhianna Murray and Lexi Crooks.

Antony's winning streak continues

The recently crowned Junior Rod Irish and Stadium champion Antony Kincaid continued his winning streak securing wins in heat one and the meeting final only being denied a perfect hat trick by Anais McCreight who powered her Peugeot 106 to a convincing win in the second heat. Kincaid was joined on the podium in the final by Jack Kennedy who was the gallant runner up and Matthew Drysdale who has had a great end to the season posting many good results in the recent weeks.

Racing action returns to the raceway on Saturday 26 December  @ 2.00pm for the traditional Boxing Day meeting.  The BriSCA F2 Stock Cars, 2L Saloon Stock Cars, 1300 Stock Cars and Junior Rods will all contest their 2015 Derek Mason King of the Corner Memorial races.

While the Stock Car action has come to an end for the season, several more drift events are still scheduled with all the details online at www.nuttscornerraceway.co.uk

BriSCA Formula 2 Stockcars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 47 929 947 925 312 24 944 655 909 334
Heat 2 929 312 925 909 334 947
Grand National Series Final 312 929 925 944 947 909 655 24 10 334
2L Saloons 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Final 153 711 811 29
Brisca Micro F2's 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Race 2 924 212 909 928 932 171
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 2 65 314 929 515 19 42 24
Heat 2 932 314 2 65 929 911 515 42
Final 2 314 65 515 19 911 929 24 42
Euro Stocks 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Stadium Championship 25 88 61 O7 888 49
Heat 1 O7 88 888 61 49 25
Heat 2 O7 25 61 888 49
1300 Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Irish Championship 70 922 921 212 33 1 924 711 969
Irish Revenge Race 923 922 711 212 955 636 33 22
  • 1300 Stock Car Irish Championship podium
  • 1300 Stock Car Irish Championship
  • 2L Saloon Stock Car final.
  • Euro Stock Stadium Championship
  • F2 Stock Car Grand National
  • F2 Stock Car second heat
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  • Junior Rod final
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