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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2017 | Sunday 18th June 2017
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Sunday 18th June 2017

An‘Ava’ victory

9 Micro’s appeared on track for event 1 of the day, and it was the 945 of Mya Hill who had set the early pace until Callum Kincaid and Lexi Crooks stormed passed the race leader. A great battle then come between Kincaid and Crooks for the lead before they were caught by the storming duo that was 932 Ava McCreight and the 920 of Reuben Kernohan who then took over the reins and commenced on another fantastic battle for the front running position. As the laps disappeared it was McCreight that had the advantage over the 920 machine until the final few laps when McCreight slipped up on the exit of turn 4 handing the lead to Kernohan. Kernohan took the victory from McCreight with Rhianna Murray in 3rd. 10 cars reappeared for event 2, and it was almost a carbon copy of event 1 except Chelsy Rainey and Jack Morrow had joined in on the fun. Rainey lead until the halfway mark when McCreight, Kernohan and Morrow whizzed past in a tremendous battle for the top 3 places. Morrow took the win this time from Kernohan and McCreight in 3rd. The final event of the afternoon for the youngsters saw Mya Hill retain the early lead once again until Kincaid and Crooks found a way around the 945 machine. It wasn’t long until the back runners where on the scene again. McCreight lead them through this time with Kernohan and Murray following her through. Murray and Kernohan  was over taken by Morrow for the 2nd and 3rd place spots. McCreight took her second final win in as many meetings with Morrow in quick pursuit in 2nd with Kernohan rounding out the top 3 

Gillespie claims the silverware

12 Group 2 Lightning Rods appeared for one of their rare appearances at the Raceway and they did not disappoint. Heat one saw David Gillespie and his cousin Johny Gillespie storm off from the blue grade and into the early lead in a terrific battle for the front position. D Gillespie had pulled a slight advantage when a waved yellow was introduced for a spring on the track on turn 2. Rick Purdy came victim to not obeying yellow flags as he found himself excluded from the restart, so once the debris was clear and the grid formed, the two Gillespies took off once again only with Daniel Rodgers in tow. As the laps ticked away J Gillespie retired with a technical issue handing the second place position to Rodgers. D Gillespie took the flag, only to find him, along with 3rd and 4th disqualified for not attending pre-race scrutineering. Rodgers also found himself DQ’d for not running with the correct race number which then handed the win to Matthew Curran. Heat 2 was another Gillespie affair as the two blue grade drivers found themselves in the front two positions once again. Another spring on the track introduced a waved yellow early on in the race which bunched the pack up to add to the fantastic battle that was on-going at the front. George Esler received a black cross after a jump start on the restart. J Gillespie took the win followed by D Gillespie with Freddie Fleck in tow. It didn’t take long in the final race of the afternoon until there were dramas. 54 Harry Gilmore and 917 Rick Purdy had taken a dislike to one another which resulted in a waved yellow to retrieve the strickened car of Gilmore. Once the recovery mission had taken place and the 54 machine had been taken to the safety of the infield the race was resumed. Johnny Gillespie had his second victory of the day and claimed the silverware.

Double dunt for Anthony

Robert Mawhinney and Ryan Patton set the early pace in heat 1 as they tore off from the rest of the pack. Patton made a failed attempt at taking the lead as he took a plunged into turn 4 after Mawhinney, this handed the second place to William Ogilby who was continuously reeling in the leader. Anthony McIvor meanwhile had began to catch the leading duo, but it wasn’t to be as Mawhinney motored on to take the win after surviving another lunge this time from the Ogilby machine. Ogilby just about held on for second and A McIvor had to settle for 3rd.  Mawhinney and R Patton set off into the lead again until Mawhinney this time took a dive at Patton and managed to spin himself and the 170 machine. William Ogilby took over the lead before the 711 machine came storming through. A McIvor went on to take the flag in this one followed home by his brother Kieran McIvor with Ogilby coming through in 3rd. For the 3rd time of the afternoon Mawhinney and R Patton glided into the early lead, only this time with Davy Patton on tow. The trio stormed off until the two Pattons fell off the pace of Mawhinney. William Ogilby soon took his opportunity and moved into the lead with a great advantage over the second place man, only for the race to be brought under caution due to a marker tyre being on track after K McIvor spun R Patton. After the restart it wasn’t long until Ogilby found himself dispatched by the McIvor brothers. A McIvor took his second win of the afternoon, with K McIvor coming home in 2nd, with Ogilby rounding out the podium positions in 3rd.

Jack’s the lad!

Jack Morrow had an outstanding day as he retrieved a trio of victories from the Junior Rod category. Jack took a flag-to-flag victory from the white grade. Although he didn’t get it easy as a few yellow flags were introduced throughout the course of the race, allowing the more experienced drivers in on the action. Matthew Drysdale wriggled his way through to 2nd with Joshua McKinstry 3rd. Morrow managed to complete his second flag-to-flag victory of the day. Another couple of yellow flag caution periods was introduced over the length of the race, one of them involving an incident between Kyle Broggy and Joshua McKinstry ending up in a major pile up on turns 1 & 2 with McKinstry subsequently disqualified for contact. Shea Duff made his first appearance of the day to the podium positions finishing in second, with Matthew Drysdale in 3rd with his second podium of the day. Jack Morrow completed his trio of wins in the final race of the afternoon for the junior class, after another battle-filled race. The best of the battles came from Joshua McKinstry, Matthew Drysdale and Matthew Milliken who chopped and changed positions while racing 3-a-breast. Matthew Drysdale made the most of a gap and pulled away to take second position at the flag. Shea Duff also took advantage of the battle on-going between Milliken and McKinstry to move through to take 3rd at the flag.

Anto’s debut success

Antony Kincaid got his Brisca F2 career off to an excellent start as he secured a heat and final double win. The former Junior-Rod Irish Champion stormed to a marvellous victory in heat 1 ahead of yellow grade driver Sean McFerran. McFerran tried his best but it just wasn’t to be for the Portglenone based driver as he had to settle for 2nd at the flag, Jack Boal came from the blue grade after a fantastic battle between Billy Finnegan Jnr. to finish 3rd.  Heat two looked as though it was for heading the same way as Kincaid, once again, took off into the lead leaving Sean McFerran, Dean McCrory and William Murray this time chasing the young lad down. Unfortunately Kincaid had to retire with a technical issue after a problem on turn 4, handing the lead and then the victory to McFerran. D McCrory crossed the line 2nd with Murray following him home in 3rd. 13 cars formed up for the meeting final, and Kincaid it was that lead the way with McFerran in tow once again from the yellow grade. Boal and Finnegan Jnr. once again was battling it out which let D McCrory swipe past and head into 3rd position. Kincaid crossed the line as the victor with McFerran and D McCrory rounding out the top 3. 

BriSCA Formula 2 Stockcars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Heat 1 221 47 993 909 312 935 998 944 929 86 455 947
Heat 2 47 935 909 929 993 86 312 944 455 89
Final 221 47 935 993 929 312 944 998 455 909
Micro F2's 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 920 932 909 171 922 52 321 945 422
Heat 2 924 920 932 52 171 909 922 945 321 422
Final 932 924 920 909 922 171 52 321 945 422
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th
Heat 1 924 65 515 958 698 40 19 911 997 869 41 136
Heat 2 924 958 65 997 961 91
Final 924 65 958 698 515 997 40 911 136 961 91
Group 2 Lightning rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 9 32 51 54 114
Heat 2 70 68 32 917 9 51 837 114 54
Final 70 68 837 9 51 114
2L Saloons 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 951 811 711 292 170 160
Heat 2 711 166 811 292 170 160
Final 711 811 166 292 160 170
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