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Sunday 4th October 2020

Golden Helmet 925 917 216 368 243 175 933 14
Revenge 925 368 917 278 175

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Golden Helmet 153 711 811 181 477 170 719 180 973 991
Revenge 477 991 711 811 153 181 170

1300 Saloon Stock Cars
Golden Helmet 888 70 946 127 515 993 44
Revenge 946 194 888 993 44 24 997 127 70

Junior Rods
Golden Helmet 924 18 922 19 966 41 991
Revenge 925 922 966 991 41 19 933

Micro F2 Stock Cars
Heat 1 110 925 945 845 145 22 235 932 181
Heat 2 110 925 945 333 22 145 932 235 181

Rookie Banger
King Of the Corner 4 92 118 667
Revenge 92 4 258 997 151 935

B2B Bangers
Heat 1 62 118 74 766
Final 92 118 935 935 23 766
DD 935

It was an afternoon of high drama at Nuttscorner Raceway to conclude the 2020 season, with seven formula’s as well as the now annual NI Car Jump on the agenda.

The season finale event for the 2L Saloon Stock Cars, Brisca F2 Stock Cars, 1300 Stock Cars and Junior Rods was the Golden Helmet Championship, with the Rookie Bangers racing for the King of Nutts Corner title while the Back to Basic Bangers and Micro F2’s were on domestic duties.

Bangor’s Craig McConnell performed a faultless double victory in the Brisca F2 Stock Cars, taking the win the 2020 Golden Helmet before bagging the revenge race honours also. Stephen McCready was the feature race pole sitter with McConnell starting alongside; the scene was set for a fine dual. McCready took up the early running however it wasn’t long before McConnell made his move for the lead, McCready returned fire, spinning himself in the process. This paved the way for McConnell to edge further clear and indeed take the victory, McCready recovered well to secure the runner up spot ahead of Thomas Greer in third.

Former Junior Rod star Jonathan Brown stamped his authority in the 1300 Stock Cars as they also contested the Golden Helmet. Brown who has enjoyed a successful start to his 1300 career commanded proceedings right from the off. The local lad who started from pole position completed the 20 lap distance unhindered to take the honours; Ryan Stewart claimed the runner up spot ahead of Fionn Donnelly. Donnelly managed to escape the carnage to take the win in what was a lively revenge race.

Arguably the most anticipated race of the afternoon was the 2L Saloon Stock Car Golden Helmet Championship final. The hard hitting no holds barred Saloons are experiencing something of a renaissance currently in the province with several new drivers joining the ranks as well as the return of some former star names. The 15 car grid for the title decider was formed in order of points scored from all the meetings since the return of racing after the Covid-19 outbreak. Armagh’s Geoff Martin and Portglenone’s Sean McFerran occupied the front row of the grid, while former 3 time Irish Champion Ryan Wright joined the current Irish title holder Matthew Stirling on row two. At the drop of the green flag Wright quickly dealt a blow on the pole sitter Martin to move through to the front in the opening lap, Martin established himself in second spot briefly before the bumpers went flying in which reshuffled the pack including a spin for McFerran. All the while those behind exchanged spots Wright continued to increase his advantage at the front, completing the 20 lap race to take the win and the title for the second time. Joining Wright on the podium was the McIvor Brothers with Anthony in Second and Kieran third. A revenge race concluded the 2020 saloon season where McFerran took the honours.

Jack Morrow continued his recent spate of good form in the Junior Rods where he out performed his rivals to land the Golden Helmet title in style, the Rathfriland youngster kept his calm throughout, completing the distance to claim glory. Calyn People enjoyed a fine run also to pick up the runner up spot ahead of Ryan Dilly.

Andrew Russell and Alicia McConnell were the star performers in the Micro F2’s, recording first and second place finishes respectively in both events. Each of the youngsters taking part received an award kindly sponsored by Bonar’s Quarries and Arbuckle Auto Repairs.

Adding to the excitement of the afternoon there were two Banger formula’s on display. Josh Goligher had a successful run in the Rookie Bangers picking up the King of NuttsCorner title. William Donnell bagged the Back to Basics Banger Final victory before David Gurney to the DD spoils.

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- Sunday 12th June 2022
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- Sunday 4th October 2020
- Sunday 27th September 2020
- Sunday 13th September 2020
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- Sunday 23rd August 2020
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- 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
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- 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


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