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Wednesday 8th May 2019

Heat 1 718 925 122 216 47 24 914 436 89
Heat 2 925 47 718 122 216 914 24 300 436 89
Final 925 47 216 718 122 914 436 300
Grand National 718 24 47 436 122 914

Stock Rods
Heat 1 65 924 26 23 314 45 19 5 39 957
Heat 2 924 45 65 314 26 19 23 957 997 39
Final 26 23 65 957 45 997 5 39

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1 811 711 153 262 973 292
Heat 2 153 711 811 262 292 951
Final 811 711 153 262 292

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1 9 194 32 81 837 132 51 28 77 72
Heat 2 194 9 81 837 32 132 51 28 77 72
Final 81 28 132 32 837 194 77 51

1300 Stock Cars
Heat 1 19 212 36 515 1 946 70 145
Heat2 212 19 946 70 94 145 36
Final 515 212 946 70 1 145 19

Street Rods
Heat 1 534 119 121 44 996
Heat 2 121 119 44 996
Final 121 119 534 44 996

Final Winners
925 - Craig McConnell
26 - Adam Sloan
811 - Kieran McIvor
81 - Jonny Bigger
515 - Joshua McKinstry
121 - Warren Thompson


McConnell and Fegan share glory

A healthy field of Brisca F2 Stock Cars were in action, with the welcome addition of former National Hot Rod World Champion John Christie and former Stock Rod World Champion Stephen McCready both trying their hand in the rapid single seaters. Sean McFerran set the early pace in heat 1 until Gavin Fegan come through from the red grade to take up the running, all the while Craig McConnell was edging closer until the pair were bumper to bumper on the final lap. McConnell issued a well calculated hit onto the rear of Fegan as they entered the last bend, McConnell shifted Fegan wide enough to move through on the inside and make his way towards the finish line. Fegan tried his best to keep up momentum on the outside line with the duo now in a drag race, as they crossed the line it was McConnell who held the advantage by a matter of inches, in a unusual turn of events the electronic lap scoring system picked Fegan up as being the winner and he was subsequently given the honours. McFerran again set the early benchmark in heat 2 before McConnell blast through in the later stages to take the win. The final started off in a similar fashion to the earlier heats with McFerran leading the way, McConnell was again looking sharp as he battled his way through the pack and eventually into the lead, this time around Fegan was close behind as the five lap marker appeared. While the laps ticked away Fegan was getting closer and closer, as they entered turn 3 for the last time Fegan launched the bumper into McConnell in a last ditch effort to take the win, Fegan’s car spun around and into the wall after impacting with McConnell who brushed it off and completed the distance to take the silverware. McFerran secured second place with Thomas Greer third. The final event of the night was the Grand National where Fegan romped to an unhampered victory ahead of Sam McKay and McFerran.

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Kell’s man Adam Sloan enjoyed victory in the ORCi Stock Rod Final, Sloan dominated the race to take the flag ahead of Jason Clyde and Matthew Drysdale. Earlier in the evening the heat wins were shared between Drysdale and Andrew Morrow.

The 2L Saloon Stock Car were back to domestic duties after their big International event at Nutts Corner last month. Kieran McIvor excelled in the slippery conditions in heat 1 to take victory before Ryan Wright claimed the honours in heat 2. K McIvor was back on top form in the meeting final where he took the win ahead of his brother Anthony in second, Wright was third.

Broughshane’s Matthew Curran continued his current streak of form in the Group 2 Lightning Rods with a win in heat 1, star man Clive Wilson was the heat 2 victor. The low graded Jonny Bigger held of the pressure of the big names to pick up the final win, which was his first silverware in the formula. Rodney Stewart was the runner up with Ricky Peoples third.

In the all action 1300 Stock Cars it was local lad Joshua McKinstry who took the feature race ahead of Nicky Lowry and Fionn Donnelly. Early in the meeting Jamie Hunter and Lowry shared the heat honours.
Completing the busy race programme was the Street Rods.

Ballymena’s Samuel Taylor cruised to victory in the opening heat. The remainder of the event was dominated by the World Cup Champion Warren Thompson who triumphed in both heat 2 and the meeting final.

Racing continues on Sunday 19th May at 2pm. It promises to be an action packed afternoon of family fun with a Caravan Destruction Derby the headline event. Also on the billing are the lively Micro Bangers as well as BriSCA F2 Stock Cars, 1300 Stock Cars, Stock Rods, Junior Rods and Street Rods.
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Results History

- 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


Wednesday 29th May 2019, 7.30pm

BriSCA F2 Stock Cars
2L Saloon Stock Cars
Junior Rods
Micro F2 Stock Cars
GP2 Lightning Rods

Saturday 8th June 2019, 6.30pm


BriSCA F2 Stock Cars 2019 F2 Nationals Championship
2L Saloon Stock Cars
Stock Rods
Gp2 Lightning Rods

Sunday 9th June 2019, 1.30pm

BriSCA F2 Stock Cars 2019 Irish Open Championship
2L Saloon Stock Cars
Junior Rods
Micro F2 Stock Cars
Street Rods

Wednesday 19th June 2019, 7.30pm

BriSCA F2 Stock Cars Grand National Series Round 5
1300 Stock Cars
Junior Rods
Gp2 Lightning Rods