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Wednesday 17th April 2019

BriSCA F2
Heat 1 925 436 24 243 718 122 46
Heat 2 718 925 122 24 216 243 978 436 46
Final 122 718 925 978 24 436 216 46
Grand National 718 978 925 436 46 122

Stock Rods
Heat 1 45 65 932 57 23 958 78 263
Heat 2 45 57 65 39 263
Final 263 65 26 932 39 23 958 57

Junior Rods
Heat 1 47 12 932 888 41 924 72 911 4
Heat 2 924 41 911 72 888 12 47 932 152
Final 4 12 924 72 41 47 911 888 152

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1 87 194 37 32 837 9 81 77 114
Heat 2 87 194 37 9 81 837 32 77
Final 9 87 837 194 37 81 32 77 72

Micro F2's
Event 1 24 922 932 8
Event 2 8 922 932 945
Event 3 922 932 8 24

Final Winners
122 - Curtis Greer
263 - Dean McGill
4 - Jason McMullan
9 - Matthew Curran
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Greer bags silverware.

A decent mid week showing of 9 Brisca F2 Stock Cars gridded for heat one. Darren Lockhart set the early pace from the white grade but it wasn’t long until yellow grader Mazzy McCreight took over out front. McCreight held the advantage for much of the distance although as the race neared its conclusion Gavin Fegan and Craig McConnell blasted through. Fegan received the last lap marker before McConnell moved through to the front on the river bend. McConnell survived a last bend lunge from Fegan to take the win; Fegan spun himself out in the process which allowed McCreight to take the runner-up finish. Heat two started of in a similar fashion with Lockhart and McCreight the early pace setters. As per the earlier encounter, the star graders blasted through in the later stages with Fegan picking up the victory ahead of McConnell. Cullybackey’s Curtis Greer enjoyed a fine run through from the blue grade in the meeting final to scoop his first silverware in the Briscsa F2’s, Fegan edged closer to Greer as the laps run down but it wasn’t enough to upset the rapid Greer. Fegan was second with McConnell third. Round one of the NI Oval TV Grand National Series, rounded out the busy race card which resulted in another win for Fegan.

McGill heads back to Scotland with Pride

There was a pleasing entry of 11 ORCi Stock Rods in action, with the welcome addition of Dean McGill who made his fourth Nutts Corner appearance of 2019. Heat one was in its infancy when a caution period was required after Jack Kennedy lost a wheel on the home straight. Former Junior Rod star name Matthew Drysdale showed some great potential as he headed the pack on the restart. Veteran racer Wilfie McNiece soon found a way through and went on to take the honours ahead of Drysdale. McNiece pulled off another dominating drive in heat two to secure his second win of the evening, the European Champion Raymond Harper enjoyed a clean run to pick up the runner-up spot. Drysdale held the advantage for much of the opening stages of the final, all the while McGill had found some pace he lacked earlier in the meeting and was edging ever closer. McGill was able to catch up on the leading Drysdale and move through to the front. Thereafter McGill galloped well clear of his pursuers to take and emphatic victory. Behind was a fantastic dice for placing’s which seen Drysdale snatch another second place finish in front of Ian Thompson in third.

Support Formula Round.

Also on the busy race schedule was the Group Two Lightning Rods, Junior Rods and the Micro F2’s making their season debut. The Micro F2s had the welcome addition of James Owen from England who was making his first ever appearance in Northern Ireland, Amy Morrow was the pace setter in heat one before Owen and Joshua Murray commanded the remainder of the meeting. Ten Junior Rods were in action providing the onlookers a feast of thrills and spills. Jamie Cardwell and Jack Morrow were victorious in the heat events before Jason McMullan bagged the final honours, Chris Cardwell was the runner up with Morrow third. Ballymena’s James Goldie was a double heat winner in the Group Two Lightning Rods, however he was denied the perfect hat trick when Broughshane man Matthew Curran navigated his Vauxhall Astra to an emphatic win in the feature final, Goldie was forced to settle for runner up with David Nesbitt third.

The race action continues on Wednesday 8th May (7.30pm) featuring BriSCA F2 Stock Cars Grand National Series Round 2, 2L Saloon Stock Cars, 1300 Stock Cars, Stock Rods, Street Rods and GP2 Lightning Rods.




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