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Saturday 8th June 2019

BriSCA F2
F2 Nationals Championship Final 436 718 236 647 925 47 674 480 122 618
Irish Open Heat 1 718 647 925 629 122 236 618 47 216 278
Irish Open Heat 2 647 122 718 925 629 480 917 674 300 618
Grand National 122 925 647 629 917 618 480 674 24 278

2L Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1 951 711 747 29 153 973 170 262
Heat 2 262 747 711 951 153 29 170 973
Final 747 262 951 29 711 153 170 215 973

Stock Rods
Heat 1 924 26 997 932 78 23 314 57 115 958
Heat 2 932 958 57 23 314 26 78 115 19 65
Final 924 958 57 26 997 23 78 314 65

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1 77 132 32 837 194 51 81 37
Heat 2 77 194 32 837 37 51 132 81
Final 77 837 194 37 51 32 132 81

Micro F2's
Event 1 51 642 306 300 496 945 922 932 8
Event 2 51 306 300 932 642 922 496 333 945
Event 3 51 306 932 300 642 922 496 800 333 945

Final Winners
436 - Mazzy McCreight
747 - Matthew Stirling
924 - Andrew Morrow
77 - Jason Darragh


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Mazzy lands title Glory!

The annual Northern Ireland Brisca F2 Speed Weekend served up its usual mix of thrills and spills as the local’s went wheel to wheel with the mainland visiting drivers in search of glory.
The first event of the weekend was the F2 Nationals Championship which was contested on Saturday evening. The grid for the title showdown was determined by a public draw with local man Mazzy McCreight and England’s Ben Lockwood sharing the front row of the grid. A passing shower prior to the meeting left the track surface damp and somewhat challenging for the feature race.
The yellow graded McCreight got away clean on the green flag with Euan Millar soon settling into second spot. McCreight opened up a comfortable cushion between himself and Millar, until a caution period was required in lap four for drama’s on the river bend. This would see the cars brought to a halt and lined up in single file in preparation for the restart. McCreight once again anticipated the start to perfection blasting well clear of Millar. Behind the leading duo Steven Burgoyne, Daniel Scrimgeour, Chris Burgoyne the defending title holder and Craig McConnell were all making strong progress. As the laps ticked away a further yellow flag period was sanctioned with more troubles on turns one and two. McCreight again lined up at the head of the pack with Millar, S Burgoyne and Scrimgeour all large in his mirror. As the green was displayed McCreight withheld the pressure to pull off another perfect start, behind Millar, S Burgoyne and Scrimgeour all got involved in an entertaining tussle for the podium placing’s, while the trio exchanged places continually Gavin Fegan was on the move and swiftly blasted through into second place spinning out S Burgoyne in the process. The onslaught behind allowed McCreight the breathing space he needed to complete the distance and take the win, Fegan secured the runner up spot with Scrimgeour third. C Burgoyne and McConnell rounded out the top five.

With the F2 Nationals title now decided, two heats were contested later on Saturday evening for Sunday’s Irish Open Championship. Fegan continued his good spate of form in the opening heat taking the win before Scotland’s C Burgoyne secured the honours in heat two. The final event on Saturday’s programme was a Grand National where Cullybackey’s Curtis Greer stormed to victory in advance of McConnell and C Burgoyne.

Saturday Support Formula Round Up

The Saloon Stock Cars were on hand to increase the contact element of the race meeting, with an enhanced showing of cars including appearances from the former Irish Champion Stuart McCammon and National Banger star Leonard Dunn. Local lad Robert Mawhinney was the first to taste success with a runaway victory in heat one before Co. Armagh’s Winston Weir cruised to victory in heat two. A lively meeting final under the floodlights seen sparks fly as the drivers battled for position. Coleraine man Matthew Stirling romped thorough to take the win ahead of the heat winners Weir and Mawhinney.

Andrew Morrow was the man to beat in the ORCi Stock Rods picking up a comfortable win in heat one and grabbing the final silverware, Morrow was denied the perfect hat trick by Ian Thompson Snr who was the heat two victor. Crumlin’s Shea Duff had a clean run in the final to secure second place ahead of the former European Champion Raymond Harper.

Rasharkin’s Jason Darragh was on blistering form in the Group 2 Lightning Rods where he secured a spectacular brace of wins. Darragh completed the meeting undefeated taking wins in both the heats and the grand final. David Nesbitt pushed Darragh hard in the final but was forced to settle for the runner up place ahead of Clive Wilson in third.

Completing Saturday’s busy billing was the youngsters in the Micro F2’s. The grid was swollen with the welcome addition of a few mainland drivers making the trip across the Irish Sea. The visiting drivers were quick in adapting to unfamiliar track with Joelan Maynard enjoying victories in all three event’s. Alfie Smith and Oliver Heron also performed well with each posting runner up finishes.



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