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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2016 | 21st & 22nd May 2016
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Latest Results

  • Saturday 13th August 2017

    Final wins for: 24ni Sam McKay (BriSCA F2), 51 George Esler (GP2 Lightning Rods), 33 Jon McQuillan (1300 Stock Cars)

    Updated: 17 Aug 2017 12:50

  • Wednesday 2nd August 2017

    Final wins for: 747 Bradley McKinstry (BriSCA F2), 958 Shea Duff (Junior Rods), 115 Sam McKinstry (Stock Rods)

    Updated: 09 Aug 2017 19:15

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21st & 22nd May 2016

McIvor and Watters take saloon titles.

Coleraine's Anthony McIvor held of the pressure from his Brother Kieran to take honours in the 2L Saloon Irish Open Championship. 2 heat races which were won by Kieran McIvor and Scottish visitor Ross Watters determined the grid for the feature final. With a first a second place finish in the heats it was Watters who earned the right to pole position with K McIvor along side, at the green A McIvor made full advantage of his second row inside starting slot to deal a blow on the pole sitters Watters to take up the head of proceedings. There was no looking back for A McIvor and he managed to go the distance to take the glory ahead of Kieran and Watters, Luke Grief the outgoing title holder recorded a fourth place finish with Scotland's David Hughes rounding out the top 5.

The now annual John Griffiths memorial race was the final event of the weekend for the 2L Saloon Stock Cars and with an enhanced prize fund including tyres for the podium finishers this was arguably race of the weekend. Early dramas claimed the newly crowned Irish Open champion A McIvor  as a victim and soon after Kieran was in trouble also after a coming together with Grief. There was no such problems for Watters who was in charge in front closely followed by Hughes. Hughes made a last bend attempt to unsettle Watters to no avail. Watters took the flag ahead of Hughes and Grief  denying the local stars any steps on the podium.

'Bradderz' peaks in time for British showdown.

In what was the final F2 meeting before the British showdown next month the rapid single seater’s were in top form once again with a mammoth turnout of cars which featured a sprinkling of mainland drivers taking advantage of some last minute track time.

Former superstox man Mark Murphy was the man to beat in the heat races where he scooped the honours in both events, Billy Finnegan Jnr. was another who stood out in the heats finishing runner up to Murphy in each.

The final was a lively affair with action aplenty, local teenager Bradley McKinstry showed talent way beyond his years, slicing through the field to take second on the road at the flag ahead of Graham Fegan. Finnegan Jnr was first across the finish line however he found himself penalised by the race steward for a jump start. McKinstry inherited the win with Fegan the runner up, Finnegan was third with superstars Kincaid and McConnell completing the top 5.

Greer takes the treble in the 1300 Saloons.

The 1300 Saloons where on show at Sunday's meeting , in heat 1 Peter Greer set the early pace from the blue grade with Curtis Greer in hot pursuit from the superstar grade. Peter seemed to have the race under his belt with only 3 laps remaining, although a lap later Curtis made his move to take the flag .

Heat 2 got of to an almost repeat from the previous race with C Greer chasing down the lead pack from the off, only this time it was much earlier on in the race when the 922 (C Greer) machine reached the front and set off to pull a fine gap between himself and second placed Nicky Lowry at the flag.

The final was a much more drama-filled occurrence, with yellows having to be called for an incident between William Stewart, James Crossett and Nicky Lowry, which let Greer close in on his  fellow drivers to get a much easier earned victory.

Nicholl stops an Irwin treble in the Super Saloons.

The Super Saloon class where on display in a support capacity. Liam Irwin struck victory in heat one from the blue grade in what was a very good drive in slippery conditions, with Richard Nicholl following him home in second and superstar driver Aaron McGraw rounding out the top 3.

Nicholl got off to a great start and set the early pace in heat 2 leading throughout as conditions worsened and left his fellow competitors struggling to find grip in their machines. Irwin almost seemed to have used kangaroo fuel as his car was hopping up the straight throughout the duration of the race. Nicholl took the honours in this heat.

The final was pretty much a repeat of heat 1 with Nicholl leading the pack away for the first half of the race, with Irwin using the proper fuel this time and finding the grip required for a few quick laps helped him to final honours with Nicholl following through in 2nd and McGraw 3rd

Morrow Takes Final Heat and Final Double.

Jack Morrow stole the show in the Micro F2 formula with a heat and final double in really tricky conditions for the youngsters of the sport. Heat one got off in fine fashion with 525 Sam Stewart taking the win after 909 Rhianna Murray tore away from the middle of the grid. All was looking good for Murray until young Stewart came along and she had to fight to hold onto the lead position. Sam finally found a way around the 909 machine and tore off to take the win in heat 1.

Heat 2 got under way and again Murray and Stewart where battling for positions when unfortunately the two collided and the 525 machine took a tumble into turn 1 which brought out the red flags immediately to let marshals deal with the incident, fortunately Sam walked away from the incident unscathed. The 924 machine of Jack Morrow led them away with only 3 laps remaining on the restart, Morrow was unreachable by this point with a few back-markers mixed in between himself and the second place car helping him to victory.

The final race of the day for the youngsters seen Sam Stewart return to the track, all-be-it minus a wing to take his position on the grid. A more settled race developed in this one with Jack Morrow storming through the grid to take double glory and the chequered flag.

Patchett shows form in the Junior category.

Jack Patchett seemed to improve on his bad run of form from Saturday nights meeting with a heat/final double adding to a 3rd place gained in heat 2. Patchett seemed to come through the grid with ease in heat 1, with a few cautions helping him to victory.

Heat 2 was a different affair as a newcomer to the class Stuart Percy took the honours from second placed Cole McFall who has been in fine form in previous meetings with the 29 machine of Patchett coming home in 3rd place.

Patchett turned his form around again in the final to take glory from 515 Joshua McKinstry, who also has been in fine form in recent times from his new position at the blue grade with Irish Champion Antony Kincaid following through in 3rd.   

2 L Saloon Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 811 670 219 711 57 170 777 951
Heat 2 670 711 811 57 951 170 777 219
Irish Open Final 711 811 670 219 57 777 170 951
John Griffiths Memorial 670 57 219 811 951 777 170
BriSCA Formula 2 Stockcars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 14th 15th
Heat 1 978 86 822 655 929 944 24 747 932 998 925 718 527 243
Heat 2 978 86 935 944 998 655 312 929 718 747 24 278 822 243
Final 747 998 86 312 925 527 47 455 24 947 278 935
1300 Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 922 921 803 33 212 924 70 52 145 1
Heat 2 922 212 921 145 803 924 52 33 1 804
Final 922 33 1 924 924 145 212 111
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Heat 1 29 40 3 997 911 978 515 23 888 41 152 455
Heat 2 40 911 29 2 23 978 997 929 19 888 60 41
Final 29 515 2 978 997 929 40 60 888 455 152
F2 Micro's 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Race 1 525 924 909 928 22 212 422 945 171
Race 2 924 909 212 22 928 945 422 171
Race 3 924 212 909 22 525 945 422 171 928
Super Saloons 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat2 39 32 999 13 7
Final 7 39 32 999 13
Super Saloons 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
2 L Saloon Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 219 811 711 670 57 951 777 170
Heat2 711 219 670 811 57 170
Irish Masters Final 811 219 711 170 670
BriSCA Formula 2 Stockcars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Heat 1 935 944 718 312 925 932 24 929 47 947 560 278
Heat 2 978 935 718 998 925 929 747 527 932 944 655 312
Final 978 312 935 747 925 998 718 929 655 944 47 527
Stock Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 920 4 118 314 115 76 44 924
Heat 2 920 68 76 314 44 268 284
Final 920 68 44 314 76 4
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Heat 1 40 65 515 911 997 29 2 19 929 41 978 455
Heat 2 665 515 23 911 29 2 997 40 8 929 888 978
Final 515 2 29 65 978 8 929 997 40 888 455
Group 2 Lightning Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 88 777 9 74 917 13 32 77
Heat 2 88 9 77 917 981 32 777
Final 77 777 9 32 981 88 917 54
  • Action during the F2 Stock Cars
  • Brisca F2 final winner on Saturday night Mark Murphy
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  • Jason darragh winner of the GP 2 Lightning Rod Final
  • podium finishers in the 2L Saloon Irish Masters
  • Saturday's Junior Rod final winner Joshua McKinstry
  • Tim Hazlett who enjoyed a fine hat trick in the stock rods.
 

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