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Sunday 9th June 2024

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BriSCA F2
Heat 1: 517 998 467 718 74 991 922
Heat 2: 467 998 718 216 517 918 933 74 974
Final: 517 718 998 918 933 991 74 974

Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1: 811 747 493 153 181 160 105 59
Heat 2: 811 747 29 493 153 181 160
Final: 811 29 747 711 153 59 181 493 105

ORCi Stock Rods
Heat 1: 47 958 314 16 923 115 77 918 118 21
Heat 2:92 958 314 918 118 142 115 77 21 162
Final: 958 923 16 115 918 77 142 118 21 20

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1: 131 132 87 51 96 81 774 46
Heat 2: 87 81 132 51 131 96 172 774 46
Final: 87 131 132 51 81 96 172

Junior Rods
Heat 1: 61 1 975 68 110 85 969 932 74 945
Heat 2: 107 975 74 68 61 945 218 110 969 85
Final: 975 218 85 969 110 945 61 68 74

Ministox
Heat 1: 924 929 436 96 181 985 309 22
Heat 2: 924 96 929 436 181 985 309
Final: 181 929 924 96 985 22 309

Micro F2
Heat 1 180: 99 134 153 137 25 932 16
Heat 2 180: 89 134 137 25 99 153 16 932
Final 89: 134 180 137 153 132 932 16

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Sunday afternoon’s race meeting got under with a fitting tribute for Jack Morrow #924 with all the drivers coming on track, before the whole stadium took part in a minute’s applause.

All at Nutts Corner Raceway were deeply shocked and saddened to learn of Jacks passing.

17 year old Jack was a multi-championship winning racer who was a phenomenal talent and a dominant force in any formula he raced.

Jack will be sadly missed by all in the oval racing community. We again send our deepest condolences to Jack’s family and friends.

It was a mammoth meeting with no less than seven formuals in action. The rain was relentless throughout the afternoon adding to the on track spectacle. The Brisca F2 Stock Cars, Junior Rods, Stock Rods and Micro F2’s all had their meeting final trophies fittingly named in memory of Jack Morrow.

The McFerran brothers Declan Og and Aidan dominated proceedings in the Brisca F2 Stock Cars. Declan Og got his day underway with a fine opening heat win before Aidan chalked up a win in heat two. Declan Og completed the distance to take the silverware in the Jack Morrow trophy meeting final, Gavin Fegan was next across the line with Graham Fegan third.

Alex Walker got off to a flying start in the Junior Rods when he stormed to victory in heat one, Charlie Hill performed the same feat in heat two before Codi Wilson made it to the top step in the final. Following Wilson home in the memorial final was Noah Teggart and Jaydon Brunton.

In the Stock Rods Jamie Cardwell and William Donnell shared the heat honours. It was returnee Shea Duff who claimed glory in the feature final in memory of Jack Morrow, taking the spoils ahead of James Paisley and the World Champion Samuel Montgomery.

The final formula racing for the Jack Morrow trophy was the Micro F2 Stock Cars. William McGaffin enjoyed wins on both the heats before Tommy McAvoy withheld late pressure from the chasing Sid Shaw to take the feature final win.

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Kieran McIvor was unstoppable in the Saloon Stock Cars, the Coleraine man relished in the wet conditions to take a hat trick of wins.

Amy Morrow recorded wins in both the Ministox heat races, popular victories at that in what was a meeting in memory of her late brother Jack. Harry Martin stormed through to take the final win, while Leyton Hughes was the runner up with Morrow third.

Completing the busy race card was the GP 2 Lightning Rods. Jamie Burney took the heat one spoils before Mark Goldie stamped his authority on the remaining races; take the honours in heat two and the meeting final. Burney followed up on his heat one win with a pleasing runner up finish in the final ahead of Ricky Peoples.





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Sunday 26th May 2024

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Junior Rods
Ht1: 218,85,969,74,107
Ht2: 85,969,218,74,107
Final: 218,107,85,74,969

Micro F2s
Ht1:99,25,89,180,153,733,16
Ht2:180,25,89,733,99,153,137
Ht3:99,25,89,733,153,180

B2B
Ht1:92,692,93,21
Ht2:92,21
Final:92,21

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Day two of the Monster Truck Weekend was supported by Stock Car action from the Junior Rods, Micro F2's and Back to Basic Bangers.

Noah Teggart continued his recent run of form in the Junior Rods with a fabulous heat and final double. Teggart was joined on the final podium by Charlie Hill(second) and the heat two winner Jaydon Brunton(third).


Robbie Graham kept his winning streak alive, following on from Saturday afternoons hat trick, he this time performed a double victory in the Micro F2’s. Graham was denied another unbeaten run by William McGaffin who chalked up the event two win.


Completing the billing was the B2B Micro Bangers. Adding to the spectacle it was figure of 8 racing on the day breaking tradition with the more traditional oval method. Larne’s William Donnell proved to be unbeatable, claiming the victories in all three races.

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Saturday 25th May 2024

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1300 Stock Cars
Ht1:41,48,997,922,515,44,972,888,936,101,24
Ht2: 48,515,997,972,41,922,993,888,44,24,101
Final:48,936,515,972,922,41,993,888,101,44,24,997

Saloon Stock Cars
Ht1:153,747,811,181,711,59,105,493
Ht2: 170,153,811,181,493,747,105,711,59
Final: 170,811,493,747,181,105,59

Junior Rods
Ht1: 218,85,969,74,107
Ht2: 85,969,218,74,107
Final: 218,107,85,74,969

Micro F2s
Ht1: 99,137,89,733,153,134,132,932
Ht2: 99,733,153,89,25,132,932
Ht3: 99,89,153,134,733,932,132,137

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Sling Shot Monster Truck returned to the raceway after its exhilarating debut last season.

There was a sprinkling of Stock Car action on the billing also, featuring the Saloon Stock Cars, 1300 Stock Cars and Mico F2’s.
Former Irish Champion Ryan Wright was the opening winner of the afternoon, after a runaway victory in the first Saloon Stock Car heat. Co Armagh’s Ryan Patton secured the heat two spoils ahead of Wright. Patton completed the final distance to take the silverware ahead of Kieran McIvor and Glen Watt.

Randalstown man Ty Richardson was winner of the first 1300 Stock Car heat before Craig Bodenham dominated the remainder of the day, chalking up wins the second heat and meeting Final. Joining Bodenahm on the final podium was Gary Freeburn and Joshua McKinstry.

The kids in the Micro F2’s relished the opportunity to perform on the big stage in front of the large gathering of spectators. Robbie Graham certainly didn’t suffer any stage fright as he stormed to a fine hat trick of wins.

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Sunday 12th May 2024

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BriSCA F2
Heat 1: 933 517 74 467 998 918 317 718 991 10
Heat 2: 998 4678 718991 317 918 74 922 10
Final: 918 998 718 991 922 10 74

1300 Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1: 48 171 515 194 958 997 922 41 972 44
Heat 2: 48 194 997 515 44 972 24 993 933 958
Final: 171 958 48 194 515 922 44 972 997 888

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1: 131 87 132 51 33
Heat 2: 87 132 837 131 51 69
Final: 131 837 132 87 777 51 69 13

Ministox
Heat 1: 924 929 96 181 436
Heat 2: 929 96 924 181 22
Final: 929 96 181 924 22

Junior Rods
Heat 1: 218 945 85 74 107 969 110
Heat 2: 218 945 969 85 110 107 1
Final: 218 945 85 969 107 110 1

Micro F2
Heat 1: 25 99 153 733 134 99
Heat 2: 25 99 180 153 733 134 132 932 137
Final: 99 25 733 180 153 134 137 132

B2B Micro Bangers
Heat 1: 118 203
Heat 2: 203 118 35 420 73
Final: 118 35 73 420

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Sam Percy continued to show promise in the F2 Stock Cars picking up a fine win in heat one. Graham Fegan powered through from the star grade to take the flag in heat two before his son Shea Fegan claimed the final silverware. Graham was the runner up this time with Gavin Fegan third.

The 1300 Stock Cars were in lively form with plenty of action throughout the afternoon. Craig Bodenham emerged the victor in both the heat races before local man Paul Crooks to a convincing win in the meeting final, in what was his debut meeting. Shea duff was next across the line with Bodenham third.

Jamie Burney and Mark Goldie had a heat win apiece in the GP2 Lightning Rods. Burney was again on the pace when it mattered; take the honours in the final. David Nesbitt completed the distance in second ahead of Ricky Peoples.

In the Ministox it was the young lady racer Amy Morrow the first to taste success with a heat one victory. The remainder of the meeting was dominated by Antrim’s Leyton Hughes who bagged the heat two and final victories. Joining Hughes on the final podium was Callum Doak (second) and Harry Martin (third).

Noah Teggart was unstoppable in the Junior Rods where he stormed to a perfect hat trick of wins. Teggart’s nearest pursuer on the day was Mya Hill who recorded runner up in all three races.

Broughshane lad’s Jake Adam’s and Robbie Graham stamped their authority in the Micro F2’s, sharing all the wins between themselves. Others who featured well during the afternoon included William McGaffin, Kurtis Peoples and Kyle Anderson.

Completing the bumper race card was the B2B Micro Bangers. Matthew McKinstry was man of the meeting using all his experience to grab the silverware.

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Sunday 28th April 2024

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BriSCA F2
Heat 1: 933 974 74 216 467 991 10 243 317 922
Heat 2: 933 974 74 991 216 10 317 243 922
Final: 974 467 933 74 10 317 922 243 991


2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1: 59 181 747 493 153 711 105 811
Heat 2: 59 181 711 747 153 811 493 105
Final: 181 59 747 711 153 811 493 105

1300 Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1: 936 972 922 888 515 997 335 44 48 41
Heat 2: 515 922 936 997 993 932 972 335 194 44
Final: 888 997 972 194 515 335 44 41 24 922

ORCi Stock Rods
Heat 1: 92 77 314 981 923 918 15 162
Heat 2: 92 923 314 77 981 162 21 918
Final: 92 314 77 923 918 162 15 21 981

ORCi Ministox
Heat 1: 181 929 96 924 436 22
Heat 2: 181 924 436 22 96 436
Final: 18 929 96 924 22

Junior Rods
Heat 1: 74 110 218 107 945 969 85 1
Heat 2: 74 969 110 107 945 218 1 85
Final: 74 107 110 969 85 1
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The new crop of drivers in the Brisca F2 Stock Cars stole the show at Sundays meeting with Sam Percy recording wins in the both the heat events before Corey Dawson- Stirling secured his first silverware in the meeting final. Aiden McFerran was the runner up with Percy third this time

Steven Bolton was a double heat winner the Saloon Stock Cars. Come the final Co. Armagh’s Geoff Martin overcome Bolton to take the final spoils, Bolton was second with Matt Stirling third.

The 1300 Stock Cars were again in lively firm serving up three eventful races, producing a different winner on each occasion. Gary Freeburn and Joshua McKinstry were the heat victors before Jonathan Brown survived late clashes to win the meeting final. Next across the line in the final were the Irish Champion Matthew Milliken and Bobbie Johnston.

William Donnell was dominant in the Stock Rods, pulling of a hat trick of wins. Joining Donnell on the final podium was former World Champion Jack Kennedy and last week’s final winner Jason Darragh.

Harry Martin is finding his feet well in the Ministox, storming to a fine brace of wins while Riley Dawson-Stirling was also dominating in the Junior Rods winning both heats and the final.

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Sunday 21st April 2024

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BriSCA F2
Heat 1: 467 998 991 216 918 933 733 974
Heat 2: 974 216 467 998 933 10 918 317 922 733
Final: 991 467 933 998 216 918 317 10 974

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1: 59 951 747 29 493 811 153 181 711
Heat 2: 59 153 747 711 29 811 105 181 493 951
Final: 59 747 711 153 811 29 951 493 181 105

Stock Rods
Heat 1: 92 47 314 981 77 16 918 21 15 20
Heat 2: 92 77 47 918 314 981 15 21 20
Final: 77 47 92 314 981 918 16 21 15 20

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1: 131 87 132 51 837 777 72 172 69
Heat 2: 131 87 837 777 51 72 69 172
Final: 131 87 837 777 132 51 72 69 172

Junior Rods
Heat 1: 85 969 945 74 110 628 1 68
Heat 2: 110 945 969 85 107 74 628 1 68
Final: 110 74 107 945 85 969 628 1 68

Micro F2
Heat 1: 99 733 25 153 89 17 932 134 16
Heat 2: 25 180 733 89 153 134 932 132 16 137
Final: 25 89 180 153 134 99 132 932 16
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Steven Bolton continued his current spate of success in the Saloon Stock Cars, the Ballymoney man capitalised on his yellow grade starting slot to perform a trio of wins. Next across the line in the final were Matthew Stirling and Anthony McIvor.


Aiden McFerran and new comer Corey Dawson-Stirling shared the Brisca F2 heat spoils before Daniel Stewart took the silverware in the meeting final. McFerran was the runner up this time around with Sam Percy third.
William Donnell was again among the pace setters in the ORCi Stock Rod division, the Larne driver pulled off a double heat victory before the final went the way of Jason Darragh from Rasharkin. Jamie Cardwell was the runner up with Donnell third.


In the GP 2 Lightning Rods Jamie Burney completed the meeting undefeated with victories in both heats and the grand final. Burney’s closest pursuer on the day was Mark Goldie who finished the final in second spot.


Jaydon Brunton was the first to taste victory in the Junior Rods with a heat 1 triumph before Oisin Arbuckle cranked the pace up securing the heat 2 and final wins.


Completing the race card was the Micro F2s where Braid drivers Robbie Graham and Jack Adams shared the honours.

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Sunday 7th April 2024

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BriSCA F2
Heat 1: 998 467 991 216 918 718 317 10 517 733
Heat 2: 517 467 998 216 991 718 918 317 10 922
Final: 998 467 517 216 718 991 918 317 10 243

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1: 59 661 760 747 129 670 389 618 600 561
Heat 2: 407 760 5 626 747 389 618 661 697 181
Irish Masters Final: 747 902 407 153 261 711 181 121 760 600
Stephen Memorial: 261 902 181 670 747 697 711 389 600 760

1300 Stock Cars
Iron Man Final: 997 194 972 41 888 335 922 44 993 936
Iron Man Revenge: 997 972 194 888 44 41 932 101 936 378
Allcomers: 194 997 335 922 44 972 101 41 515 888

Stock Rods
Heat 1: 165 918 92 77 47 944 314 16 612 115
Heat 2: 918 47 944 314 16 77 21 46
Irish Masters Final: 944 918 314 115 77 165 46 21 16

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1: 131 37 87 837 132 51 172 774
Heat 2: 131 837 37 87 51 132 72 172
Final: 37 837 87 132 51 172 72

Ministox
Irish Open Final: 7 475 202 20 306 484 29 88 339 27
Irish Revenge: 7 17 207 20 306 929 88 629 202 60
Allcomers: 14 475 20 88 929 202 136 7 484 629
The April Speed Weekend at Nutts Corner Raceway (April 6th & 7th) served up a spectacular mix of thrills and spills; with the drivers braving Storm Kathleen to put a fine show on for the large gathering of spectators.

Buster unstoppable

The mighty, all action Saloon Stock Cars were the main attraction as they contested their Irish Open and Masters Championship titles. Three heat events would determine the grid for Saturdays feature race, the Irish Open. Drivers from each of the nations being represented picked up heat victories with Scotland’s Derek Duff, England’s Joey Reynolds and local man Ryan Wright all visiting victory lane.
The title race got off to a lively start claiming a few victims along the way. After a few caution periods the race settled down, by this stage English man Brad “Buster” Compton Sage had a comfortable lead. Sage went on to take the honours ahead of fellow countryman Ryan Santry and the Scottish Champion Ross Watters.

A further Two heat races were order of the day on Sunday ahead of the Irish Masters title showdown. Steven Bolton and Declan Honeyman shared the victories. The Masters race was a lively one, with heavy blows exchanged right from the off. Several caution periods and 20 laps later Coleraine man Matt Stirling emerged the winner, next across the line were Sage, Honeyman, Wright and Dom Davies. The Annual Stephen Boyd Memorial race concluded the weekend where Davies picked up the silverware.

Hardie stamps authority

Over 30 ORC Ministox assembled to do battle for the prestigious Irish Open title. Scotland’s Charlie Hardie was the star performer, picking up a double heat victory on Saturday night only to be denied a perfect hat trick by Ollie Sime who blasted to glory in the third and final heat.
Hardie was again on dominant form on Sunday where he won both the Irish Open and revenge races. Demi Ritchie rounded out the weekend with a win in Sunday’s allcomers race.


Irish Open title for Donnell

Also contesting Irish Open honours was the ORCi Stock Rods. Larne’s William Donnell was the winner of heat one before visiting driver Jamie Dawson got his hands on the heat two silverware. Come the main event there was no stopping Donnell. He completed the distance to take the win ahead of Callum Hossie and Calyn Peoples. As per the Saloon format the Stock Rods also contested the Irish Master on Sunday afternoon. Dawson and Peoples were the heat winners before Hossie cruised to a fine win in the final. Peoples was runner up this time around with former World Champion Jack Kennedy third.

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In the F2 Stock Cars, Graham Fegan enjoyed a double heat victory on Saturday before Junior Rod graduate Daniel Stewart stormed to victory in the meeting final. Fegan was again a visitor to victory lane on Sunday with wins in heat one and the final. Declan Og McFerran was the heat two winner.

A welcome addition to the billing over the course of the 2 days of racing was the 1300 Stock Cars. They were on fine form all weekend long. Saturday was qualifying for the Iron Man Final on Sunday, Michael Logan, Leonard Dunn and Robbie Wright all enjoyed wins. On top of his win Logan also performed rollovers in both heat three and during Sunday’s main race. The Irish Champion was the man to beat on Sunday, taking the spoils in the Iron man Final and revenge race. Robbie Wright topped his weekend off with a fine win in the allcomers.

Oisin Arbuckle was the victor in Junior Rod heat one and Final with Codi Wilson picking up the honours in heat two.
In the GP2 Lightning Rod Jamie Burney completed the heats undefeated before Paul Nesbitt turned up the pace to claim the final honours.
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Saturday 6th April 2024

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BriSCA F2
Heat 1: 998 918 74 467 216 243 974 991 222
Heat 2: 998 74 517 991 467 216 918 974 718
Final: 991 467 998 74 718 216 918 974 317

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1: 626 600 407 670 153 902 607 692 618
Heat 2: 153 747 129 902 171711 277 561 697 389
Heat 3: 760 747 600 670 105 661 171 811 389
Irish Open Final:902 389 670 277 747 600 618 171 129

1300 Stock Cars
Heat 1: 993 614 922 972 194 936 888 41 515
Heat 2: 215 993 378 41 93 194 48 44 972
Heat 3: 194 888 972 997 41 44 936 335 101

Stock Rods
Heat 1: 92 165 77 918 47 944 314 115 612
Heat 2: 165 92 918 77 47 16 46 944 115
Irish Open Final: 92 944 918 165 47 16 314 46 612

Ministox
Heat 1: 14 7 20 339 202 88 306 207 29
Heat 2: 7 29 202 20 96 475 207 136 306
Heat 3: 480 879 339 88 267 20 202 136 207

Junior Rods
Heat 1: 110 74 218 85 945 969 1 68
Heat 2: 975 110 218 945 969 85 107 68
Final: 110 88 945 969 107 68
The April Speed Weekend at Nutts Corner Raceway (April 6th & 7th) served up a spectacular mix of thrills and spills; with the drivers braving Storm Kathleen to put a fine show on for the large gathering of spectators.

Buster unstoppable

The mighty, all action Saloon Stock Cars were the main attraction as they contested their Irish Open and Masters Championship titles. Three heat events would determine the grid for Saturdays feature race, the Irish Open. Drivers from each of the nations being represented picked up heat victories with Scotland’s Derek Duff, England’s Joey Reynolds and local man Ryan Wright all visiting victory lane.
The title race got off to a lively start claiming a few victims along the way. After a few caution periods the race settled down, by this stage English man Brad “Buster” Compton Sage had a comfortable lead. Sage went on to take the honours ahead of fellow countryman Ryan Santry and the Scottish Champion Ross Watters.

A further Two heat races were order of the day on Sunday ahead of the Irish Masters title showdown. Steven Bolton and Declan Honeyman shared the victories. The Masters race was a lively one, with heavy blows exchanged right from the off. Several caution periods and 20 laps later Coleraine man Matt Stirling emerged the winner, next across the line were Sage, Honeyman, Wright and Dom Davies. The Annual Stephen Boyd Memorial race concluded the weekend where Davies picked up the silverware.

Hardie stamps authority

Over 30 ORC Ministox assembled to do battle for the prestigious Irish Open title. Scotland’s Charlie Hardie was the star performer, picking up a double heat victory on Saturday night only to be denied a perfect hat trick by Ollie Sime who blasted to glory in the third and final heat.
Hardie was again on dominant form on Sunday where he won both the Irish Open and revenge races. Demi Ritchie rounded out the weekend with a win in Sunday’s allcomers race.


Irish Open title for Donnell

Also contesting Irish Open honours was the ORCi Stock Rods. Larne’s William Donnell was the winner of heat one before visiting driver Jamie Dawson got his hands on the heat two silverware. Come the main event there was no stopping Donnell. He completed the distance to take the win ahead of Callum Hossie and Calyn Peoples. As per the Saloon format the Stock Rods also contested the Irish Master on Sunday afternoon. Dawson and Peoples were the heat winners before Hossie cruised to a fine win in the final. Peoples was runner up this time around with former World Champion Jack Kennedy third.

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In the F2 Stock Cars, Graham Fegan enjoyed a double heat victory on Saturday before Junior Rod graduate Daniel Stewart stormed to victory in the meeting final. Fegan was again a visitor to victory lane on Sunday with wins in heat one and the final. Declan Og McFerran was the heat two winner.

A welcome addition to the billing over the course of the 2 days of racing was the 1300 Stock Cars. They were on fine form all weekend long. Saturday was qualifying for the Iron Man Final on Sunday, Michael Logan, Leonard Dunn and Robbie Wright all enjoyed wins. On top of his win Logan also performed rollovers in both heat three and during Sunday’s main race. The Irish Champion was the man to beat on Sunday, taking the spoils in the Iron man Final and revenge race. Robbie Wright topped his weekend off with a fine win in the allcomers.

Oisin Arbuckle was the victor in Junior Rod heat one and Final with Codi Wilson picking up the honours in heat two.
In the GP2 Lightning Rod Jamie Burney completed the heats undefeated before Paul Nesbitt turned up the pace to claim the final honours.

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Sunday 24th March 2024

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2Lt Saloon Stock Cars

Heat 1: 59 153 747 181 105 493 711 951 811 170
Heat 2: 951 59 747 153 181 711 105 811 493
Final: 951 493 153 711 181 747 59 811 105


GP2 Lightning Rods

Heat 1: 132 51 837 60 13 172 72
Heat 2: 13 837 132 51 72 172
Final: 132 13 873 51 60 172


Ministox

Heat 1: 29 484 96 388 929 181 985 22
Heat 2: 29 929 181 924 484 388 96 985 22
Final: 29 929 484 96 388 924 181 985 22


Junior Rods

Heat 1: 975 969 218 110 945 74 107 1 85
Heat 2: 218 85 110 969 945 107 74 1 68 975
Final: 85 110 218 975 969 945 107 74 1 68


B2B Micro Bangers

Heat 1: 92 93 95 118 11 73 21
Heat 2: 92 73 21
Final: 92 93 95 21 X 11
DD: 118


Micro F2

Heat 1 99: 733 25 153 132 932 16
Heat 2 99: 733 25 180 153 132 36
Final 733: 180 111 132 25 153 16

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The new season got off to a flying start on Sunday afternoon with a 6 formula billing.


The ORCi Ministox made their NCR debut, the field was boosted with the welcome addition of Scottish visitors Davy Philp Jnr, Dean Heeps and Cole Ford. Philp showed his experience when he romped to a fine brace of victories, completing the afternoon undefeated. Leyton Hughes was the best of the local contingent, scoring runner up finishes in both the second heat and final.


William Donnell dominated proceedings in the Back 2 Basic Bangers, chalking up wins in all three races. Local man Matthew McKinstry lasted the distance to take glory in the destruction derby which was the final event of the day.


The yellow graders proved to be unbeatable in the Saloon Stock Cars with Steven Bolton and Robert Mawhinney sharing the heat wins before Mawhinney went on to take the meeting final. Next across the line was Glen Watt and Ryan Wright.


Codi Wilson continued to show promise in the Junior Rod ranks, continuing his fine run of form from late 2023 with a heat win on Sunday afternoon. Noah Teggart was another who featured well with a fine heat two victory. Young lady racer Jaydon Brunton crushed the opposition in the meeting final, securing victory ahead of Oisin Arbuckle and Teggart.


Ricky People was the man to beat in the Gp2 Lightning Rods taking a fine heat and final double. Former ORC Lightning Rod World Champion returned to his racing roots and was soon visiting victory lane with a well calculated heat two win. Shaw was again on the pace in the final scoring a runner finish.

Also on the race card was the popular Micro F2 Stock Cars. Robbie Graham was winner of both the heats before Kurtis Peoples turned up the pace to take a runway triumph in the final.

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