NCR

Main Content

Latest Results

Sunday 9th August 2020

BriSCA F2
Heat 1 925 718 216 278 89 24
Heat 2 718 917 24 89 216 278 175
Final 917 718 216 24 89 278 175
Grand National

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1 181 991 153 811 747 711 180 719 477 160
Heat 2 181 719 170 477 747 811 711 991
Final 153 747 477 811 719 160 180

1300 Saloon Stock Cars

Heat 1 194 44 127 993 946 888 515 24
Heat 2 33 194 888 946 993 127 24
Final 33 993 194 24 44 946

ORCi Stock Rods
Heat 1 911 155 957 923 115 314 65 698
Heat 2 155 698 923 911 957 314 115 65
Final 698 923 957 314 65 115


Junior Rods
Heat 1 924 525 47 922 60 966 19 18 933 152 932
Heat 2 924 60 933 18 525 152 922
Final 924 60 47 18 152 41 525 45 932 19

F2 Micros
Event 1 333 945 19 391 845 932 235 145
Event 2 945 19 391 932 845 235 22 145
Event 3 333 945 391 19 845 235 22 932 145


B2B Micro Bangers
Heat 1 44 32 132 125 151 919 118 935
Heat 2 92 32 132 44 919 935 118
Final 118 919 92



------

Race action returns to Nutts Corner

The race action returned to Nutts Corner Raceway on Sunday 9th August after almost 5 months of absence due to the Corona Virus outbreak. It was a mammoth afternoon of racing, featuring 7 formula’s contesting no less than 21 races.
Speedy bags final silverware

The afternoon got off to the traditional start in the form of Brisca F2 Stock Car heat one. It was back to business as usual for Bangor’s Craig McConnell who took the honours, on the back of a hat trick of wins at the opening meeting of 2020 back in March; Gavin Fegan was the runner up with Thomas Greer in third. While on the victory lap McConnell’s machinery incurred engine troubles which would side-line him for the afternoon. Fegan managed to go one better in heat two where he cruised to victory ahead of Stephen “ Speedy “ McCready. Despite Fegan’s best efforts he was unable to hold of the rapid McCready who went on take the final win and bag the silverware, Fegan was the gallant runner up with Greer again third.

The Wright return

The 2L Saloon Stock Cars were out in force, with a number of drivers joining the hard hitting formula on top of the return of others such as the former multi champion Andrew Stewart. It was something off a challenge for the drivers throughout the afternoon as they competed using a new tyre compound as per a recent rule change. Geoff Martin showed some rapid pace taking the honours in both heat events. Martin was again among the pace setters during the early part of the meeting final, this would all change however as a caution period was required when Marcus Watt become stranded on the back straight. With the cars all bunched again on the restart it wasn’t long until the star graders were in play. Ryan Wright swiftly dealt a blow on Martin and Dylan Booth to move through to the front, Stewart was another who was making moves which turned out brief as he got tangled up with Booth, as he moved through to second. From his position at the head of the field Wright commanded proceedings, completing the distance to take the glory ahead of Irish Champion Matthew Stirling and Sean McFerran.

Jon hangs on for final victory.

The 1300 Stock Cars like the 2L Saloons were somewhat lively throughout the afternoon with plenty of contact as the drivers battled for positions. Star driver Robbie Wright was the first to taste victory with a well-executed win in the opening heat. Returnee Jon McQuillan used his newly built Vauxhall Adam to full advantage in the remainder of the meeting where he romped to victory in the second heat and grand final. The final was a hostile affair from the off and its conclusion was no different, with McQuillan surviving a last bend lunge from Michael Logan to take the honours, Logan was runner up with Jonathan Brown a pleasing third in his first senior formula appearance.

Support Formula Round Up.

Completing the billing was the Stock Rods, Junior Rods, Micro F2’s and Back 2 Basics Micro Bangers.
Ballymena lad Cole McFall romped to the opening Stock Rod win before Antrim’s Mark Kilpatrick claimed the honours in heat 2. Junior Rod graduate Mark Crawford marked his transition the senior ranks in style, when he cruised to a runaway win in the final ahead of Chris Hamill and Raymond Harper.

Rathfriland’s Jack Morrow was in commanding form in the Junior Rods, completing the afternoon undefeated with wins in both heats and the final. The final podium was completed with Jordan Nicholl (runner up) and Jamie Cardwell (third).

It was a promising start to the season for the Micro F2 Stock Cars with numbers into the double figures; this is a fun based formula for youngsters from the age of 6 to 10. Each of the competitors receives an award at the end of the day to mark their participation.

A welcome addition to the race card was the Back 2 Basics Micro Bangers. There was plenty of crashing and smashing to keep the onlookers entertained. Lucas Goligher and William Donnell shared the heat wins before local man Matthew McKinstry upped his game to take the final win.

The race action continues on Sunday (23rd August) 1pm featuring Brisca F2 Stock Cars, 2L Saloon Stock Cars, Junior Rods, Micro F2’s, 1300 Saloon Stock Cars and Group 2 Lightning Rods.

- My Laps Information

Results History

- Sunday 4th October 2020
- Sunday 27th September 2020
- Sunday 13th September 2020
- Sunday 30th August 2020
- Sunday 23rd August 2020
- Sunday 9th August 2020
- Sunday 8th March 2020
- Saturday 7th March 2020
- Thursday 26th December 2019
- Sunday 20th October 2019
- Friday 4th October 2019
- Sunday 29th September 2019
- Sunday 15th September 2019
- Saturday 14th September 2019
- Friday 30th August 2019
- Friday 23rd August 2019
- Sunday 11th August 2019
- Wednesday 31st July 2019
- Wednesday 26th June 2019
- Wednesday 19th June 2019
- Sunday 9th June 2019
- Saturday 8th June 2019
- Wednesday 29th May 2019
- Sunday 19th May 2019
- Wednesday 8th May 2019
- Wednesday 17th April 2019
- Sunday 7th April 2019
- Saturday 6th April 2019
- Sunday 10th March 2019
- Saturday 9th March 2019
- Monday 1st August 2016

FORTHCOMING FIXTURES

Fixtures Coming Soon

OUR PARTNERS