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Sunday 4th October 2020

BriSCA F2
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
DD

B2B Bangers
Heat 1 62 118 74 766
Final 92 118 935 935 23 766
DD 935
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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 27th September 2020

BriSCA F2
Heat 1 718 917 925 24 278 89 175 368 33 933
Heat 2 718 278 917 925 33 89 175 14 243 933
Final 718 278 917 24 243 89 925 14 33 175

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1 105 220 153 941 181 747 811 477 180 711
Heat 2 22 105 941 477 747 180 711 181 811 973
Final 105 477 747 153 811 711 22 973 180 292

Stock Rods
Heat 1 12 118 17 155 314 268 958 115 18
Heat 2 314 17 155 18
Final 17 314 268 12 155 18

Junior Rods
Heat 1 966 47 922 924 41 60 525 18
Heat 2 933 922 47 924 966 60 41 152 132 87
Final 47 922 933 924 60 152 966 18

Micro F2 Stock Cars
Heat 1 110 945 333 19 845 391 932 22 925 181
Heat 2 110 945 333 19 845 391 932 925 22 145
Final 110 333 391 19 22 925 932 145 945 181

GP 2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1 87 837 194 51 60 32 139
Heat 2 81 132 87 32 51 139 39 837 194
Final 194 837 81 32 132 139 60
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Gavin Fegan proved to be unstoppable throughout the course of the afternoon in the Brisca F2 Stock Cars, where he performed a flawless hat trick of wins, another which featured well was the current Irish Champion Ted Holland, placing runner up on two occasions.

The 2L Saloon Stock Cars were again out in force, Calvin Blake was the star man of the afternoon taking victory in heat one and the meeting final, only being denied the perfect hat trick by Bradley Woods who was first across the line in heat two.

The youngsters in both the Junior Rods and Micro F2 Stock Cars were also in action. Ryan Dilly and Sam Percy were heat winners in the Junior Rods before Jamie Cardwell bagged the final victory. Andrew Russell was the star performer in the Micro F2’s leading his pursuers across the line in all three events.

It was the Golden Helmet Championship for the popular Group Two Lightning Rod Formula. Ballymena Duo Mark Goldie and Jonathon Bigger enjoyed heat wins before the grand final later in the afternoon. Goldie was the early leader before being forced to retirement with mechanical problems; Bigger took up at the front and stayed there until the closing stages when Clive Wilson made a brave move to capture the lead. Wilson took the win followed by Paul Nesbitt, Bigger held on for a strong third place finish.

The ORCi Stock Rods were also contesting their 2020 Golden Helmet. It was Junior Rod graduate Christopher Cardwell who took the heat one honours before the current World Champion Jack Kennedy secured victory in the second encounter. After a terrific race it was former World Champion and current Brisca F2 star Stephen “Speedy” McCready who emerged the victor, he was joined on the podium by Kennedy and Kurtis Reid.

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Sunday 13th September 2020

BriSCA F2
Heat 1 917 718 925 216 243 89 368 175
Heat 2 925 718 917 216 243 89 368 175
Final 925 718 243 89 917 216 175 368

2Lt Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1 181 105 153 22 170 973 160 161 747 711 951
Heat 2 161 711 153 811 170 22 951 160 105
Final 170 105 161 477 811 711 292 181 22 951

1300 Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1 888 44 997 194 946 70 24 33 262 515
Heat 2 44 888 515 194 70 24 997 262 127 33 946
Final 888 44 70 194 127 33 515 24 946

ORCi Stock Rod
Heat 1 314 65 957 115 12 958 118
Heat 2 12 118 65 115 314 957
Final 12 314 957 115

Junior Rods
Heat 1 47 924 41 525 933 18 152 932
Heat 2 933 41 60 924 47 525 152 966
Final 924 60 966 47 525 41 933 922 18

Micro F2 Stock Cars
Heat 1 945 391 110 333 19 932 845 145 235 925
Heat 2 333 945 19 145 932 235 181 925
Final 110 945 391 19 333 932 145 22 925 181

GP 2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1 87 194 81 37 132 51 837 60 32 72
Heat 2 51 37 132 194 32 87 81 60 39
Final 81 87 194 132 37 837 32 60 39

2.0 B2B Micro Bangers
Heat 1 48 16 25
Heat 2 118 16 25
DD 118
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The hard hitting 2L Saloon Stock Cars were arguably the star attraction at Sunday’s Nutts Corner Raceway meeting. There was a fantastic entry of Fifteen cars including the welcome addition of England’s Billy Smith. Geoff Martin managed to avoid the onslaught in the opening heat to take the spoils ahead of Calvin Blake and Ryan Wright. The second heat of the afternoon was a punishing affair seeing as many as four caution periods. A last bend tangle between former Irish Champions Anthony McIvor and Wright allowed England’s Smith through to take the win. The final was slightly more subdued, Ryan Patton kept his cool to take the win, Blake was again runner up with Smith third.

In the 1300 Stock Cars it was the young guns that highlighted their talent throughout the afternoon, with all the wins shared between Jonathan Brown and Gareth Halliday. Brown navigated his way to victory in heat one, before Halliday visited victory lane in the second encounter. Young Brown was back in winning form come the final where he survived a great clash with Halliday to take the honours.

Stephen McCready was the opening Brisca F2 Stock Car winner of the day. Craig McConnell took over from there and went to secure wins in the second heat and final. In the final McConnell was followed home by Gavin Fegan and Martin Stewart.

The Current World Champion Jack Kennedy got his afternoon of to a cracking start with glory in Stock Rod Heat one. The remainder of the meeting was commanded by the white grader and Junior Rod graduate Christopher Cardwell who secured victories in both the second heat and meeting final.

Ballymena’s Mark Goldie was the first to show in the GP 2 Lightning Rods where he cruised to victory in heat one, before star name George Esler took the honours in the second encounter. Jonathon Bigger was the man to beat in the grand final taking the spoils ahead of Goldie and Clive Wilson.

A decent turnout of 2.0 B2b Micro Bangers were also in action serving up plenty of thrills and spills. Local lad Matthew McKinstry was the top performer recording a heat victory as well as winning the Demolition Derby.

In the ever popular non-contact Junior Rod class, Jamie Cardwell and Sam Percy recorded heat victories before the rapid Jack Morrow turned up the pace; easily touring to the final win, joining him on the podium was Jordan NIcholl and Ryan Dilly.

Twelve Micro F2’s were in attendance including newcomer Alicia McConnell, making it their highest domestic car count of 2020. Mya Hill and Andrew Russell showed great pace in the opening two events before Oisin Arbuckle out performed his fellow competitors in event three.

Racing returns on Sunday 27th September (1pm) featuring Brisca F2 Stock Cars, 2L Saloon Stock Cars, Junior Rods, Micro F2's, GP2 Lightning Rods & Stock Rods.


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Results History

- Sunday 30th August 2020
- Sunday 23rd August 2020
- Sunday 9th August 2020
- 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
- Saturday 14th September 2019
- 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
- Sunday 7th April 2019
- Saturday 6th April 2019
- Sunday 10th March 2019
- Saturday 9th March 2019
- Monday 1st August 2016

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