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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2017 | Sunday 23rd April 2017
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    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)

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Sunday 23rd April 2017

Fegan back in style.

Belfast's Graham Fegan returned to the Brisca F2 Stock Cars in style on Sunday afternoon, when he romped to a superb victory in the meeting final at Nutts Corner. Another large gathering of cars were in attendance and the action was fast and furious. Fegan was quick to adjust his driving style in the feature race, after one of his fellow competitors car had developed a problem and was spraying the race track with fluids. While the others struggled for grip Fegan had found a perfect racing line avoiding the spillage, which proved to be a winning tactic. Fegan took the silverware ahead of Antrim duo Chris Kincaid and Conor Hughes. Earlier in the afternoon Gordy McKee continued his strong start to 2017 by picking up wins in both the heat events, Paul Crooks was first across the line in heat two, however he was disqualified for not having a functioning transponder on his machinery in compliance with the formula rules, this promoted McKee to first place. The first regrading of the season has now been announced for the F2 Stock Cars, there is plenty of change throughout the field with the likes of McKee jumping all the way from yellow right up to Superstar, while former Irish Champion Conor Hughes has been relegated to blue grade after an unlucky start to the new season.  These grade changes are sure to shake things up a little, with plenty of fast drivers now starting closer to the front of the field.

 Marke manoeuvres to victory.

Ballymena's Marke Crawford was the man to beat in the Junior Rod section picking up two wins throughout the afternoon.  Young Marke, a former Ninja Kart star has highlighted himself as one to watch since joining the Junior Ranks this season.  Crawford and local lad Jonathan Brown dominated the heat events taking one win each. The rapid duo were again top of the class in the final where Crawford secured his second win, the rapid Shea Duff crossed the line in second before he was penalised by the race steward for earlier contact, this promoted young Brown to runner up and Cole McFall to third place. Duff was docked two places for his misdemeanour which relegated him to fourth in the official results.

Support formula Round Up

The Group 2 Lightning Rods and Micro F2's were on hand to provide the support action. It was the first appearance of 2017 for the GP 2's at Nutts Corner and judging by the display, the spectators will be looking forward to their next visit on 13th May. Adam Graham kicked of his afternoon in fashion by recording a fine victory in the opening heat before Paul Nesbitt cruised to glory in heat two. Graham had the appetite for success after his heat win, and he produced another determined performance to take the flag and indeed silverware in the meeting final, Randalstown ace George Esler was the runner up with the afore mentioned Nesbitt third.

Jack Morrow was the top performer in the popular Micro F2's which were kindly sponsored by PC Auto's, Morrow scored two wins and a second place finish, being denied the perfect hat trick of wins by Scott Hosie who picked up the win in event two. Others who featured well include Ava McCreight, Joshua Murray and Tyler McClurkin.

A Caravan destruction derby completed the busy race schedule, a good turnout of drivers treated the large gathering of onlookers to a rampage of destruction; ramming and banging each other until their machinery expired and only one driver remained mobile. Local star name Sam McKinstry claimed the bragging rights to the title of ' Last Man Standing' after brushing off what seemed as a bit of team work from Ballymena duo Curtis Greer and David Reynolds to claim the silverware.

BriSCA Formula 2 Stockcars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 947 312 944 86 929 455 998 747 935 718
Heat 2 947 935 86 944 998 312 747 455 46 929
Final 998 312 929 86 944 455 947 932 46 132
Micro F2's 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Event 1 924 932 922 914 212 920 164 171 928 945
Event 2 914 924 212 922 932 920 164 928 171 747
Event 3 924 922 932 164 914 212 747 928 171 945
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 888 698 958 743 65 932 41 40 997 911
Heat 2 698 41 958 888 932 65 997 911 743 19
Final 698 888 911 958 65 997 19 273 41 869
Group 2 Lightning Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 55 37 77 51 88 194 28 32 9
Heat 2 37 51 28 55 77 32 9 194 88
Final 55 51 37 77 88 28 194 32 9
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