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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2015 | Wednesday 30th September 2015
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Wednesday 30th September 2015

Just what the 'Doc' ordered

A somewhat depleted entry of just 6 GP 2 Lightning Rods gridded for the Stadium Championship Final, a busy schedule of events in the recent weeks contributing greatly to the low car count however quality outweighed quantity. Nigel Doherty took full advantage of his pole position start to set the early pace with Jason Clyde and Daniel Rodgers in pursuit. As the race continued it became clear it was going to be a four way fight with Doherty, Clyde, Freddie Fleck and Rodgers all bumper to bumper. With 5 laps to go a scrap between Fleck & Clyde allowed Rodgers to move through to second and challenge Doherty's lead. At the flag it was Doherty from Rodgers who was penalised 2 positions by the race steward for contact, this promoted Fleck to runner up with Clyde third. In the support races Rodgers and Clyde both enjoyed wins.

Antony scoops Stadium title.

As has become the case all season long the young Junior drivers were out in force with a mammoth entry of 18 cars on track for the annual Stadium Championship. Antony Kincaid the recently crowned Irish Champion started from pole position with the rapid Jack Kennedy along side. At the green flag Kincaid got away clean with Kennedy and Matthew Drysdale in tow. Kennedy was soon offering a challenge to Kincaid looking for a way around the outside before Kincaid made contact with the back marking Josh Anderson which resulted in the novice Anderson spinning out in front of Kennedy taking the pair out of the race and causing a yellow suspension. Kincaid dominated proceedings after the restart eventually completing the distance to take the win ahead of Matthew Drysdale and Matt Milliken who just nipped ahead of Cole McFall during the closing laps. 2 support races followed the main event which saw wins for Drysdale and Shannon Morrow.

Support formula

A disappointing showing of only 5 F2 Stock Cars took to the track in heat one consisting of Paul Crooks, Martin Conlon, Gordy Mckee fresh from a final win at Ballymena Raceway last weekend, Conor Hughes and Chris Kincaid. Hughes was the cream of the crop leaving the rest in his dust to take the heat one win. Heat 2 saw only 4 cars in action, with Hughes recording another win. McKee set the early pace in the meeting final but this was to be short-lived, with Hughes blasting through to take his third victory of the night, Kincaid was again the runner up with McKee in third.

A very impressive car count of 15 1300 Stock Cars treated the onlookers to a great display of mid week contact race action. Bradley Woods, Jon McQuillan and Kyle McLean were all early casualties in heat one after a home straight tussle saw the trio spin out. Ryan Stewart was making substantial strides through the field getting all the way up to second spot before yellows ere required after a big smash in front of race control involving the 393 car. At the restart the star graders all wanted their share of the action with the bumpers being used to good effect. After a last bend reshuffle it was the NI Champion Curtis Greer who emerged the victor. There was another session of paint trading among the star names in heat two which allowed the yellow graded Nathan Beattie to snatch the win. In comparison to the heat events the meting final was a more settled affair which saw the Irish champion Nicky Lowry soon establish himself out front, Lowry went on take the win ahead of Stewart and Beattie.

Our final fixture of the 2015 season takes place on Sunday 11th  of October from 2pm with another bumper programme of racing planned. BriSCA F2 Stock Cars- (2015 G/N Championship Final), 2L Saloon Stock Cars, 1300 Stock Cars (2015 Irish Closed Championship), Euro Stocks (2015 NCR Stadium Championship), Junior Rods and Micro F2's will make up the busy schedule. 

BriSCA Formula 2 Stockcars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 929 312 947 334
Heat 2 929 312 947 334
Final 929 312 947 334
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Stadium Championship 2 65 997 911 69 24 929 18 8 978 42 200
Heat 1 65 18 932 314 2 929 69 8 991 74 911 42
Heat 2 18 2 314 8 911 69 24 74 932 42 200
Group 2 Lightning Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Stadium Championship 69 78 32 23
Heat 1 78 9 23 32
Heat 2 23 32 9
1300 Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 922 70 923 711 212 1 803 33 969 975
Heat 2 975 212 803 969 70 923 33 711 1 145
Final 212 70 975 969 711 145 803
  • 1300 Stock Car final
  • Antony Kincaid
  • Conor Hughes winner of the F2 final.
  • GP 2 Lightning Rod Stadium Championship
  • Junior Rod

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