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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2016 | Boxing Day 26th December 2016
  • Next Meeting

    • 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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Boxing Day 26th December 2016

The Annual Nutts Corner Raceway Boxing Day bash served up plenty of thrilling action to keep the massive gathering of spectators thrilled throughout the afternoon. Each of the classes in action were on fine form as they contested the coveted Derek Mason Memorial King of the Corner titles.

It was a very busy fixture for the popular Brisca F2 Stock Cars with the Raymond Harper Automotive Grand National Championship up for grabs, as well as the prestigious memorial title. Antrim Ace Chris Kincaid proved to be the man to beat as he completed the race meeting undefeated, claiming victory in both the title races and a heat race. Kincaid was followed home in the Grand National Championship by Gavin Fegan with Bradley McKinstry crossing the line in third. Fegan was again the gallant runner up in the Derek Mason Memorial King of the Corner final with Conor Hughes completing the podium steps on this occasion.

The Micro F2's were out in force with a very pleasing entry of young stars assembled to do battle. Tyler McClurkin stormed to victory in the opening heat of the day before local lass Abbie McKinstry stamped her authority during the second heat, where she blasted her way to the finish line well clear of her fellow competitors. Come the feature final, McClurkin had again found top pace which assisted him in taking the win ahead of the rapid Jack Morrow, McKinstry give another great account of herself by romping home in third to pick up the final piece of silverware.

Calvin Blake was the first to take victory in the rough and tumble 1300 Stock Cars, when he scooped the honours in heat number one ahead of Ivan Elliot and William Donnell. The novice graded Donnell took full advantage of his white roof starting slot to take a fantastic win in heat two, with Blake and Elliot next across the finish line. Blake was on a mission during the memorial final where he set about getting ahead of the heat two winner Donnell, Blake managed to do this with ease and went on to take a convincing victory which will be sure to boost his confidence for the upcoming 2017 campaign. Donnell managed to hold on for a creditable runner up finish leaving the rapid Elliot to settle for a third spot finish.

Disappointingly a somewhat depleted entry of only four 2L Saloon Stock Cars were in attendance, after recent suggestions pointed towards higher car counts. Of those in action, the McIvor brothers from Coleraine Anthony and Kieran stole the show as they traded paint in all three races. Despite Kieran's best efforts, Anthony took a hat trick of wins with Kieran second on each occasion. Ryan completed the podium steps in the feature race with Darryl McCammon fourth. 

The Junior Rods were in action in large numbers with no shortage of wheel to wheel racing.

The young stars put on something of a spectacle for the festive on lookers, with a different winner in each of the three races.  Randalstown lad Stuart Percy cruised his way to a well calculated win in heat one, ahead of the current Irish Champion Jack Patchett. Young Josh Anderson enjoyed a flawless run in heat two, where he got his hands on the silverware , Jonathan Brown was another who experienced a trouble free run this time around which saw him claim and well deserved runner up finish.  Sam Wilson left his best to last, when he stormed clear of the rest to take the win in the,  Derek Mason Memorial King of the Corner final, Ty Richardson was the gallant runner up with Patchett third.

The fixture planning for the 2017 race season is now at an advanced stage, and is due to be released in the coming weeks via the official raceway website www.nuttscornerraceway.co.uk

1300 Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Final 145 92 924 90 21
Heat 1 145 924 92 127 90
Heat 2 92 145 924 94 127 90 21
F2 Micros 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Final 212 164 747 922 928 52 909 422 920 171 x 945
Heat 1 212 924 747 164 922 928 909 x 422 945
Heat 2 747 924 212 52 928 922 x 909 422 920 945 171
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Final 8 41 29 997 911 743 40 888 152 19
Heat 1 40 29 743 997 888 911 152 41 60 19
Heat 2 152 888 29 743 515 997 40 8 911 19
Brisca F2 Stock Cars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Final 312 718 929 993 947 368 46
Heat 312 216 929 747 935 967 368 46 993 24
Grand National Championship 312 718 747 929 216 368 935
2L Saloons 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Final 711 811 160 292
Heat 1 711 811 292 160
Heat 2 711 811 160 292
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