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Sunday 23rd June 2024

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BriSCA F2
Irish open Heat 3: 317 918 7 998 387 718 74 80 10 974
Irish open Final: 387 998 467 74 216 80 10
Irish Open Revenge: 387 467 7 718 974 991 80 317 922 10
Grand National: 7 467 317 991 974 387 10 80 922

1300 Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1: 515: 41 946 888 48 24 997 194 94 188
Heat 2: 997: 41 888 24 48 194 188 946 993 44
Final: 888: 997 94 188 41 194 44 946 993 24

ORCi Stock Rods
British Championship Final: 92 165 47 918 77 16 115 923 118 314
British Revenge: 77 16 944 918 314 115 165 45 923 69
Allcomers: 46 165 115 77 69

GP2 Lightning Rods
Heat 1: 777 132 131 96 51 837 72 46 69
Heat 2: 777 96 131 132 837 51 46 69 872
Final: 96 131 777 132 837 51 46

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

Micro F2
Irish Open Final: 127 882 89 25 153 134 180 670 132 16
Heat 1: 99 604 127 882 25 153 89 180 134 670
Heat 2: 99 127 89 882 153 604 134 25 180 670
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The feature event of the day was the ORCi Stock Rod British Championship. With the points all tallied from Saturday’s heat event England’s Callum Hosie secured pole position with local driver Jamie Cardwell along side.

Cardwell broke clear of the field on the rolling lap, just before the fall of the green flag which seen him pick up a black cross. This allowed Cardwell to take up the running at the front unpressured while Hosie found himself having to fight of stiff opposition from behind. Hosie quickly fell victim to Shea Duff on the river bend which would end his race while Duff picked up a penalty from race control. All the while Cardwell continued to keep sway at the front with Jamie Dawson and William Donnell next in tow. As the laps ticked away Donnell made it through to second and was closing the gap to the leader, however as the laps run down he couldn’t make it all the way to the front. Cardwell completed the distance and crossed the line in first ahead of Donnell and Dawson. After a steward’s enquiry in which video footage was reviewed Cardwell was penalised two places for the earlier jump start. Donnell was promoted to first place which crowned him British Champion, Dawson was now runner up with Cardwell third.

Next up for the Stock Rods was the British revenge race; Jason Darragh was the runaway winner of this one before Scotland’s Stewart “Pies” Patterson secured a win in the allcomers race.


The Brisca F2’s kicked of the afternoon with the third and final heat for the Irish Open Championship. Gary Grattan completed the distance to take the win of ahead of Shea Fegan and Gordon Moodie.
The points for all three heats were combined to form the grid for the Irish Open Championship title Showdown. Shea Fegan secured the pole with Moodie alongside. The race was young when a caution was required for dramas on the exit of turn four. At the restart Moodie quickly challenged S Fegan to take over at the front briefly before S Fegan run Moodie wide and into the wall on turn one. Graham Fegan moved through to top spot while Moodie brushed off and quickly established himself back in second. Meanwhile S Fegan and Joshua Murray had tangled on the back straight requiring another caution period.
Soon after the resumption Moodie eased past G Fegan and to the front again, this time G Fegan fired back, firing Moodie to the wall damaging his car and sidelining him from the race. While G Fegan focused his attention on Moodie, Scotland’s Jason McDonald eyed up the top spot and slipped through on the inside of the squabbling duo. From there McDonald commanded the rest of the race to take the win, G Fegan held on for second ahead of Aiden McFerran in third.
McDonald showed strong pace again in the revenge race, securing another victory before Moodie rounded out the weekend with a win in the Grand National.

Joshua McKinstry was the opening heat winner in the 1300 Stock Cars before Matt Milliken stormed through the field from the superstar grade to take a convincing win in heat two. After a entertaining last corner dust up Jonathan Brown emerged the final winner ahead of Milliken .

Also contesting the Irish Open title was the Micro F2’s. Scotland lass Naomi Bain stormed to victory in the title showdown before Robbie Graham enjoyed a double win later in the meeting.



Also in action was the Ministox and Gp2 Lightning Rods. Callum Doak picked up the opening ministox heat win before Harry Martin dominated the remainder of the day chalking up wins in the second heat and final. Lewis Peoples enjoyed honours in both the heat races. Steven Elder cranked up the pace to take a strong victory in the meeting final.

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Saturday 22nd June 2024

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BriSCA F2
Heat 1: 517 918 7 80 922 998 467 387 991 718
Heat 2: 7 918 517 922 998 517 467 387 80 718
Final: 998 7 918 387 467 216 517 74 991 10
Grand National: 922 918 718 998 974 7 10 387

Saloon Stock Cars
Heat 1: 153 670 711 181 493 105 59 747
Heat 2: 711 970 747 153 181 105 59 194
Final: 747 711 153 670 105 181 493 59

ORCi Stock Rods
Heat 1: 944 314 47 77 92 918 16 958 46 115
Heat 2: 958 918 115 165 16 923 47 944 46 77
Heat 3: 92 165 47 944 958 16 918 115 142 46

Junior Rods
Heat 1: 61 218 945 975 110 969 85 901 1 74
Heat 2: 218 945 110 85 969 61 107 74 901 908
Heat 3: 969 945 218 110 107 74 68

Micro F2
Heat 1: 89 99 604 127 25 180 733 670 132 932
Heat 2: 89 127 99 180 25 970 132 932
Heat 3: 99 127 89 604 25 180 134 733 670 132

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The Brisca F2 Stock Cars contested two qualifying heats, which would count towards Sunday’s Irish Open title decider. Decal Og McFerran runs free from the yellow grade to take the opening heat win. Heat two went the way of Scotland’s Gordon Moodie (the current World Champion).
The meeting final was the George Fegan Perpetual Cup in memory of “Skippy” Fegan. Graham Fegan completed the distance to take the win ahead of Moodie and Shea Fegan in third.
Completing the evening was a Grand National; Joshua Murray lasted the distance in this one to take his maiden F2 win ahead of S Fegan and Gavin Fegan.

The Stock Rods were also on qualifying duties as each of the drivers endeavoured to secure a decent starting slot for Sunday afternoon’s British title showdown. Englishman Callum Hosie was the first to taste victory with a win in heat one, Shea Duff chalked up a victory in heat two before the third and final heat went the way of Larne man William Donnell.

The Saloon Stock Cars had a pleasing domestic entry of cars boosted by Scotland’s Ross Watters and 1300 Stock Car star Robbie Wright racing on a day licence. Ryan Wright had a runaway victory in the opening heat before Anthony McIvor broke free of the pack to take the heat two spoils. Matthew Stirling went the distance to win the meeting final ahead of the earlier heat winners McIvor and Wright.

Alex Walker and Mya Hill shared the Junior Rod heat wins before Ryan Abernethy romped to victory in the grand final. Joining Abernethy on the podium was Hill and Noah Teggart.

Completing the race card was the Micro F2’s, Tommy McAvoy enjoyed a double victory while Robbie Graham stormed clear to take a win in the third event.

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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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