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Nutts Corner | Meetings | Results | 2017 | Wednesday 27th September 2017
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Wednesday 27th September 2017

Finlay Crowned Irish Champion

Scott Finlay crowned himself Brisca F2 Irish Champion at NuttsCorner on Wednesday evening, in what was the biggest win of his stock car racing career.

The defending title holder Christopher Kincaid started the title race from pole position with Bradley McKinstry alongside, while Ryan McCrory and Conor Hughes occupied row two on the grid. At the green flag all the cars went charging towards the first corner and indeed into the unknown, as the track was extremely wet after an afternoon of relentless rain fall. It was hard to determine who was who, however after the spray cloud had settled it was clear to see that the first few rows of the grid had failed to make it around the bend. The chaotic scenes had left a major aftermath and with cars stranded everywhere the race was stopped and a complete restart called. Kincaid was quick to get away at the restart with McKinstry and Dean McCrory in pursuit. Kincaid continued to extend his advantage out front until lap eleven, when a caution period was sanctioned due to Mark Hargreaves machinery being spun around on the airport bend.

Bradley McKinstry was careful not to let the rapid Kincaid escape into the distance this time around, as he quickly shunted Kincaid wide after the resumption allowing himself and D McCrory to take up the running at the helm. Kincaid now demoted to third place returned the favour in turn three, delivering a heavy blow on the leading duo which would result in a further caution period. By this stage Finlay had slipped through into the leading position ahead of Gavin Fegan and Sean McFerran. Finlay used all his race craft to get away in text book style at the restart, this was the manoeuvre that would see him complete the distance and ultimately take his first Irish Championship win. McFerran was the gallant runner up with Fegan third, Kincaid recovered well to salvage a forth place finish.

Finlay continued in his winning ways later in the evening, when he scored victory once again in the Irish Revenge Race before D McCrory stormed to glory in the allcomers heat.

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Also on the fixture was the 2L Saloons, Micro F2's and Junior Rods. The 2L Saloon Irish Champion Anthony McIvor completed the race meeting undefeated by winning both the heats and the final where he was followed across the line by his brother Kieran and Robert Mawhinney. The Micro F2's were drastically down in numbers which was understandable due to the monsoon conditions, that said those present were quick to adapt to the less than average conditions.

Josh McKinstry was the pace setter in the first Junior Rod heat where he picked up a convincing win before Ballymena's Mark Crawford took the honours in both heat two and the final. Crawford was joined on the final podium by the Irish Champion Shea Duff and Cole McFall.

The final event of the season takes place at Nutts Corner this Sunday 8th October at 2pm featuring the 1300 Stock Car Irish Open Championship, Micro F2, 2L Saloon Irish Closed Championship, Stock Rod Gold Cup & Brisca F2's.

BriSCA Formula 2 Stockcars 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Irish Championship 455 944 747 935 993 46 358 924
Irish Revenge Race 455 944 747 935 993 46 358 924
Allcomers 935 944 300 993 46 358
Micro F2's 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Event 1 164 924 932 212 945
Event 2 924 920 945
Event 3 924 920 747
Junior Rods 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 14th 15th
Heat 1 515 40 273 997 958 961 8 525 30 515 40 273 997
Heat 2 698 997 958 40 911 961 8 525 41 30 698 997 958 40
Final 698 958 911 40 997 961 272 525 41 698 958 911 40
2L Saloons 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th
Heat 1 711 811 951 921
Heat 2 711 811 951 292 973
Final 711 811 951 292 921

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