National Hot-Rods 2017 World Series NI Rd 1 - Full Review
#76 Adam Maxwell victory parade lap
#998 Simon Kennedy wins Heat 1
#994 Keith Martin takes Heat 2
Richard Turtle Memorial Cup up for grabs
Winner: Keith Martin
2nd: Adam Hylands
3rd: Shane Murray
Adam Maxwell made his
first appearance as World Champion at the opening round of World
Series NI on July 15, but it was a former holder of the gold roof
who took the spoils at Ballymena Raceway where 2005 World Champion
Keith Martin swept to a heat and final double that also earned him
the Richard Turtle Memorial Cup.
Less than 2 weeks
after the chequered flag had fallen on the 2016 World Final and the
province’s racers assembled at Ballymena to begin their quest for a
spot on the 2017 World Final grid. Qualifying rounds during the
month of July were a regular occurrence in the province a while
back, but over recent seasons the norm has been for the new campaign
to start in August, after the National Championship weekend. However
the age old problem of trying to find suitable dates on the fixture
list meant this year’s series had to commence earlier than usual,
during the peak holiday period in the province in fact. That was
never going to suit everyone of course, but despite the absence of a
few regulars there was still a very healthy entry of 19 cars at the
opener. That should have been 20 too, but unfortunately the Heatrick
Team bus was crippled en route.
Some frantic calls managed to scramble a
van and trailer which transported one of the cars, Adam’s Tigra B,
to Ballymena but Mark’s car remained stranded.
Pride of place on the
entry list went to our new World Champion Adam Maxwell. The fixture
presented local fans with an opportunity to welcome home their new
champion and Adam received a well deserved victory parade before
racing got underway, together with a gift from the track promoter in
recognition of his success. The silver roof on Adam’s Tigra B, which
had only been applied for the Ipswich Spedeweekend, had gone already
after only one meeting and been replaced with a gold top, how nice a
problem was that to have! And very well it looked too, the gold
paint coming right down to the waist line of the car, crisp and
clean, without the plethora of decals and sign writing which cover
so many roofs these days, and all the better for it in my opinion.
Other points of
interest on the entry included a track debut for Brendan McConnell
in his Peugeot 206cc, which hopefully hints at a full tilt at this
qualifying campaign from the former Lightning Rod star. Keith Martin
had reverted back to his usual Tigra after competing in the McMillan
Team car at the World Finals and there was a welcome return for 2013
World Champion John Christie, at the wheel of the Autocross Fiesta
which carried his father Ormond to a World title win 20 years
previously in 1996. Christie’s evening was filled with the little
niggles and problems that only track time can discover on a car, but
the team’s performance against the modern day Tigras is sure to be
one of the talking points of the new campaign.
World Series NI also
welcomed a new sponsor onboard for 2016/17, Hankook Performance
Tyres. Former National Hot Rod racer Corrie Beggs had been one of
the central figures in securing the deal and Corrie’s presence was
much in evidence during the night, where some publicity shots were
taken to mark the new partnership.
Eighteen cars took to
the track for heat one, Ben McKee an absentee for this one due to
work commitments which saw him arrive late at the track. It was a
muggy night in Ballymena where the rain was never far away, and
intermittent showers would be a companion throughout. Indeed it was
one of those nights where the track was never fully wet or fully
dry, but rather a halfway house between the two. The mixed
conditions was going to keep everyone guessing on tyre selection and
sure enough the full gambit of tyre choices was employed, from 4
slicks to 4 wets, plus a mixture of both! Light rain had just
arrived before the opener where lone white grader Philip McCloy led
the field away. Simon Kennedy was quickly on the move from the
yellow grade and motored ahead on lap two while further back Maxwell
was catching the eye with his progress from the red grade. Adam
Hylands and Shane Murray were both displaced in quick succession, no
mean feat in itself, before Keith Martin, Rob Forsythe and Davy
McKay were all relegated to leave the World Champion in third by the
half-way point. Maxwell eased ahead of McCloy to go second on lap 12
and now only Kennedy stood between the World Champion and a victory
first time out with the gold roof. There was to be no story book
ending however as Kennedy’s late call to switch onto 2 wets and 2
slicks proved inspired and the Dungannon racer displayed good place
to confirm a well taken victory. A fully slick shod Maxwell chased
hard all the way, but had to settle for second in the end after a
great run. His fastest lap of the race was the thick end of
four-tenths quicker than any other driver on the track, a life-time
by National Hot Rod standards, and underlined the confidence Adam is
driving with at present. Behind the front two it was Keith Martin
next across the strip, while nephew Derek hadn’t been hanging about
either to make it up to fourth from near the back of the reds.
McKee had arrived in
time for heat two to give us a full complement of 19 starters for
this one where the starting positions within each grade were
reversed from the heat one order. The rain had eased prior to the
start of the race, but the track was still very greasy as newcomer
McCloy led them away once again. The novice made a real good fist of
the challenging conditions too and maintained his advantage until
the half way point when K. Martin slipped ahead. The leaders had
already started to lap the stragglers by this point, which
underlined what a big difference there was in tyre strategy, but
Martin’s mix and match set up of 2 plus 2 seemed ideally suited to
the conditions and carried him to a clear victory. Maxwell could not
repeat his earlier heroics this time around however. The Maxwell
Freight Services Tigra B caught one of the damper patches on track
while battling with Jaimie McCurdy and even the World Champion’s
reactions could not prevent his slick-shod car from a grassy
departure onto the centre-green, with the following Carl Sloan
caught up in the moment as well. Derek Martin followed his uncle
home in this one after another strong run, with Heatrick a solid
third. Heat one winner Kennedy was well to the fore again in fourth,
followed home by Hylands and Andrew Stewart, while McCurdy lost
seventh position after a two place penalty for a jump start dropped
him to ninth behind Nigel McCauley and Gary Wilson.
994 20 342 82
943 199 992 937
998 54 70 669 76
4 962 409
When the points were
tallied up for the final it was running mates K. Martin and Kennedy
on the front row, with Derek M and Adam Hylands on row two, followed
by Heatrick and Murray on row three. McCloy and Sloan
were absentees for the final; Sloan’s TorqueTronix Tigra packed away
with a cooked engine. That left us 17 runners for the feature race
where the winner would also receive the Richard Turtle Memorial Cup.
This award was introduced last year in memory of Richard, who sadly
passed away in November 2014. Richard had raced on and off in the
National class from the late seventies until the early nineties and
represented Northern Ireland at the World Championship in 1991.
Track conditions were
the best they had been all evening for the Nationals, confirmed by
lap times in the low 15 seconds for the feature race compared to 17
second laps during the heats. The silhouette of a dry line was
visible on the track by this stage, great news for those on the
racing line, but overtaking was certainly going to prove difficult
for those not on the favoured groove.
That was evident right
from the green flag when Kennedy was railroaded down the order from
his front row starting slot with the #998 car ruthlessly held out on
the slippery stuff by the pack. In fact none of the outside
starters had fared particularly well at the start, with Hylands and
Murray also going backwards as K. Martin led D. Martin and Wilson
over the opening exchanges. Polesitter Martin had went with four
slicks this time and the experienced campaigner quickly settled into
his stride as Murray and Hylands regained some ground by relegating
Wilson, who now found himself under attack from Maxwell. Their
battle would be an ongoing feature until the chequered flag, but try
as he might the World Champion could not breech the defences of a
Up front in the Martin
dispute it was still Keith ahead of Derek and that’s the way it
looked like staying too. While Derek was able to sit with the leader
quite comfortably, the chances of him going right around the
outside, on the damper section of track, looked slim. The only
tactic available was to sit tight and hope that uncle Keith made a
mistake which would provide an overtaking opportunity. However when
you’re following a man that has seen it all, and done it all, in
National Hot Rods for over 30 years those mistakes are few and far
between and so it proved again as Keith demonstrated all his race
craft and experience to secure the win after a faultless drive.
There could have been no more fitting winner either, as Keith was
the only driver on the grid who had raced regularly with Richard,
and no doubt Dick would have enjoyed his former rival leading the
youngsters a merry dance!
Things took a turn for
the worse on the final lap for Derek Martin when the #20 Tigra
coughed and spluttered its way down the back straight. Martin was
immediately engulfed by Murray and Hylands and although Derek
managed to keep them both at bay until the flag his defensive work
through the final bend did not find favour with the steward. A two
place penalty was handed out to Martin, which promoted Hylands into
second with Murray in third. Beyond the front four Wilson
successfully fended off Maxwell’s advances to retain fifth, with the
top ten rounded out by McCauley, McKee, McConnell, a commendable
performance on his track debut, and Christie.
A very encouraging
start to the 2016/17 campaign. With a new title sponsor on board,
record car turnouts and a new World Champion to boot, what’s not to
like? There really is a buzz surrounding the National Hot Rod scene
in Northern Ireland at the moment and long may that continue.
Heat One: 998
76 994 20 70 54 943 343 82 992 199 342 669 962 409 4 nof. DNF 75 &
Heat Two: 994
20 342 998 54 669 4 82 199 (x-2) 70 409 943 962 992 937 75 64 nof.
54 70 20 (x-2) 82 76 4 937 409 962 199 998 669 64 nof.
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Meeting Review - Friday 15th July 2016
Hot-Rods - #994 Keith Martin wins Richard Turtle Memorial Trophy
Intermittent rain throughout the meeting made track conditions
difficult for the drivers at Ballymena Raceway on July 15. The
track never dried up completely to allow the racers to reach top
speed and tyre choice was crucial on the varying track surface
where grip was at a premium off the racing line.
Main event on the race card was the opening round of the National
Hot Rod World Qualifying Series for the National Hot Rods, where
the final winner would also receive the Richard Turtle Memorial
Cup. Before the action got underway newly crowned World Champion
Adam Maxwell paraded his title winning Vauxhall Tigra and the
Crumlin based racer received a warm welcome from the local race
fans together with a memento from the track promoter in
recognition of his success.
When the track action got underway Maxwell almost recorded a
fairytale win in his first race with the gold roof, but eventually
had to settle for second place behind Simon Kennedy in the opening
heat race. It was another member of the province’s World Champions
Club who dominated the rest of the meeting however.
2005 World winner Keith
Martin took the honours in heat two and the Dungannon man never
put a wheel out of place in the feature race to record a flag to
flag win from pole position in his Vauxhall Tigra. It was a very
fitting win too, as Martin had raced regularly with Richard in the
National Hot Rod class during the late eighties and early
nineties. Derek Martin followed his uncle across the finish line,
but received a two place penalty from the steward for an incident
on the very last lap which promoted Adam Hylands into second place
with Shane Murray in third.
Race of the night however was provided by the Stock Rod class,
which contested their Irish Masters Championship. A four strong
entry from Scotland, which included World Champion Michael Bethune
and British Champion Jim Pitcaithly, travelled over for the event
and their presence inspired the locals to produce a breathless
final that sizzled with action and incident from start to finish.
Polesitter Jason Clyde slipped into the lead at the start while
Pitcaithly dropped down from the front row to sixth position
during the feisty opening exchanges where no inch was given by any
driver. Clyde continued to hold sway under intense pressure until
lap fourteen when Sam McKinstry jumped from fourth to first after
the leaders tripped over each other at Fisherwick bend. Pitcaithly
worked his way back to challenge the new leader and eased ahead
just two laps from home to snatch victory at the end of a
pulsating race. McKinstry claimed the runner-up spot and Ryan
Murphy secured one of his best championship results to date in
Races for the Group Two Lightning Rods and Super Saloons completed
the programme of events at the meeting, which was jointly
sponsored by Townparks Car Sales and Greers of Antrim VOLVO.
The GP2 racers contested their Irish Grand Prix and it was
Karl Smyth who took the trophy in his Vauxhall Astra. Smyth had to
be on his guard throughout a keenly contested final however as
Nigel Doherty put the winner under intense pressure for much of
the race. Meanwhile Aaron McGraw enjoyed a convincing win in the
Super Saloon Gold Roof Trophy. Michael McMinn set the early pace
in the final, but was quickly demoted by a fast moving Trevor
McFaul. McGraw was right in the leader’s tail however and eased
ahead on lap five to control proceedings from the front in his
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Hankook Tyres To Sponsor National Hot Rods World Series NI
The NHRPA are pleased to announce a
new title sponsor for National Hot Rods World Series NI for the
A deal has been reached with leading
tyre manufacturer Hankook, in conjunction with their Northern
Ireland distributor Tyre Call Ltd, to promote their range of
performance road tyres in the 'Hankook Performance Tyres National
Hot Rods World Series NI'. Hankook are one of the world’s leading
tyre manufacturers, and currently supply some of the most
prestigious car marques with their state of the art performance
tyres as factory fitted original equipment to provide the optimal
Former National Hot Rod racer Corrie
Beggs and Derek Hill, General Manager of Tyre Call Ltd, have been
instrumental in securing the deal, and on behalf of Hankook Corrie
said, "It's a perfect match for Hankook, as we associate our high
quality performance road tyre range with the premier oval racing
category in Northern Ireland, which attracts many fans on a weekly
basis. The National Hot Rod scene is currently on a real high in
Ulster at present, and we hope with our backing it can continue to
thrive. The entertainment value for the fans at the moment is second
to none as the grid sizes continue to increase."
As part of the sponsorship
deal all cars will carry the logos of the series sponsor, and there
will be a lucrative cash prize on offer for the winner of each final
throughout the season.
On behalf of the NHRPA, Darren Black
was thrilled at the new deal. "We would like to thank Corrie and
Derek, and also Mervyn Crawford, for their help in securing this
deal with such a prestigious brand as Hankook, and it can only go to
help enhance the great standing that the National Hot Rods currently
have in Northern Ireland. We would also like to thank Rodney Wallace
of PC Paints & Components Ltd for his excellent support for World
Series NI over the past number of years, and have agreed that our
good relationship with Rodney will continue in other forms over the
coming months and years."
The opening round of the Hankook
Performance Tyres National Hot Rods World Series NI takes place at
Ballymena Raceway on
Friday July 15th (7.15pm).
ADAM ON TOP OF THE WORLD
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Maxwell is the National Hot Rod Champion of the World for 2016 after
a superb drive at the Foxhall Raceway Ipswich on July 3.
First up for the qualifiers were the lap times on Saturday afternoon
to determine the gird positions for the World Final on Sunday. A
draw amongst the drivers determined the order in which the
qualifiers undertook their Hot Laps, with Mark Heatrick the very
first to run. Mark set a time of 14.91 secs which ultimately left
him down on grid 23 for the big race.
Carl Sloan (15.07 secs) and Stewart Doak (14.89 secs) were also
amongst the unfavourable early slots and would end up on grid
positions 30 and 18 respectively, before defending champion Shane
Murphy pumped in a 14.67secs lap which set the benchmark for the
rest to attack. Gary Woolsey (14.89 secs for grid 19), Keith Martin
(14.90 secs for grid 21) and Jaimie McCurdy (14.76 secs for grid 13)
all failed to better Murphy’s time, before Derek Martin sent a
ripple around the stadium with a time of 14.62 secs to knock Murphy
down to second. There were eight drivers still to run at this stage
with Gary Wilson recording a time of 14.85 secs on his World Final
debut to qualify on grid 15. Chris Haird was next on track and his
time of 14.66 secs put the 2014 winner right in the frame. There
were only three runners remaining at this stage, with Northern
Ireland Champion Maxwell the penultimate one to set a time. And what
a time it was too, the Maxwell Freight Services Tigra B stopping the
clock at 14.57 secs to snatch pole away from Martin, who would join
his fellow countryman on the front row, with Haird and Murphy poised
menacingly on row two.
World Final day arrived bright and sunny as the 35 qualifiers took
their places on the grid. Martin made a real strong attempt at going
around the outside of the pole sitter during the opening laps, but
was eventually forced to drop back before the field was pulled up
following a crash at the scoreboard bend, with McCurdy one of those
caught up in the melee. Sloan had already been punted into a spin by
Danny Hunn a lap earlier and the two rookies now found themselves
down in positions 30 and 31 when the action resumed. Maxwell was
driving quickly and accurately up front, but could not shake off the
attentions of Murphy. The leading pair gradually eased away from the
rest and the race turned into a straight battle between them. Murphy
exerted a relentless pressure on the race leader which finally paid
dividends when a gap appeared as Maxwell negotiated some
backmarkers. However just as it looked like Murphy would pounce the
defending champion's Tigra speared along the barrier and into
retirement after contact between the leaders down the back straight.
It was an incident that the stewards immediately reviewed, and
cleared Maxwell of any blame, which left the Crumlin man out front
alone with a handy advantage over Dave Casey. It was time for a cool
head, along with a sure touch, and Maxwell displayed both as he
steadily completed the remaining laps to claim a well deserved
victory and bring the coveted title back to the province for the
first time since 2013.
Champion Casey followed the victor home, with European Champion Carl
Waller-Barrett in third, while Danny Fiske produced a storming drive
to claim fourth spot from grid position 25. Gary Wilson finished his
debut appearance in ninth position with Gary Woolsey in eleventh.
World Final rookies McCurdy and Sloan fought back from their early
setbacks to finish in a respectable twelfth and fourteenth
Rod 2016 World Championship Result
- 76 Adam Maxwell
- 261 Dave Casey
- 162 Carl Waller-Barrett
- 304 Danny Fiske
- 117 Robert McDonald
- 42 Shane Bland
- 174 Jason Kew
- 955 Damien Mulvey
- 82 Gary Wilson
- 491 Colin Smith
Raceway would like to congratulate Adam and the Maxwell Motorsport
Team on their victory, along with all the other Northern Ireland
racers who enjoyed success over the weekend in the support races.
Meeting Review - Friday 24th
F2 Stock-Cars Norman Cromie Memorial Trophy
#935 Dean McCrory Lands the
A slick programme of events at Ballymena
Raceway on June 24 saw the entire programme of races done and
dusted within two and a half hours. Perfect track conditions
ensured some quick lap times were posted during the meeting,
especially by F2 Stock Car racer Dean McCrory. The Antrim based
teenager underlined the potential of his recently unveiled new car
with a clear victory in the Norman Cromie Memorial Trophy race.
Bradley McKinstry followed the winner across the line, with
another member of the McCrory family, Ryan, in third.
Andy McLeister from Ballymoney added the Terraclean Series title
to his growing list of successes after a controversial series
finale for the well supported Group Two Lightning Rod division.
Freddie Fleck occupied pole position for the showdown, but his
hopes of victory were soon dashed in an early incident amongst the
leading pack. Karl Smyth took over out front with McLeister and
Matthew Curran in hot pursuit, but trouble lay ahead for Smyth
when the leader came to lap Fleck. McLeister was in the right
place to take full advantage, with Curran and David Reynolds
following the winner home.
Tim Hazlett continued his strong run of form
with another final win in the Stock Rod category and Trevor McFaul
left Raceway unbeaten after a dominant hat-trick of wins in the
Super Saloon series. Junior Rods completed the race programme at
the RWS Alloy Wheel and Car Body Repair sponsored fixture where
Irish Champion Antony Kincaid extended his lead in the Gold Roof
Series with another final win in his rapid Peugeot 106.
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Meeting Review - Friday 10th
F2 Stock-Cars 2016 Irish Open Championship
Christopher Kincaid wins the Open
F2 racers from right across the UK produced
an absorbing series of hard fought events when Ballymena Raceway
hosted the BriSCA F2 Stock Car Irish Open Championship on June 10.
On this occasion the UK mainland visitors left empty handed as the
drivers from Northern Ireland were on top form throughout the
evening and secured victory in all four F2 races. Defending
Champion Ryan McCrory, William Murray and Christopher Kincaid
accounted for the heat races before Kincaid crushed the opposition
with a flag to flag win in the championship final. Dean McCrory
made an impressive debut in his new car to secure the runner-up
spot with Bradley McKinstry making it a clean sweep of the podium
positions for Northern Ireland drivers. Unfortunately the post
race inspections discovered a technical irregularity with
McCrory’s car which consequently saw the Antrim lad being removed
from the results.
There was English and Scottish interest too in the Micro F2
division where an excellent field of 15 competitors contested the
Challenge Cup. After three keenly contested events from the 7 to
11 year olds it was Scotland’s Lewis Burgoyne who took the
honours, young Lewis becoming the latest member of the famous
Burgoyne clan to enjoy success on Irish soil! Randalstown’s
Rhianna Murray claimed a heat win and followed Burgoyne home in
the final after an encouraging display, with Staffordshire’s
Elexie Bartram in third.
The Stock Rods contested the final of their DNA Tuning Series
where Jason Clyde produced a defiant drive to secure the honours.
Clyde qualified on pole position for the series finale and needed
to be on his guard throughout as Aaron Moody, Jack Kennedy, Adam
Sloan and Moody again all harried the leader in a relentless
barrage of pressure. Clyde somehow defied them all however to win
the series ahead of Moody and Niall McFerran.
The Heritage F2 Stock Cars completed the classes on display and
once again provided the local fans with a fascinating glimpse of
how Stock Car racing used to look in a bygone era. Jack Bunter and
Brian Owen split the heat wins before Nigel Finnegan successfully
retained the Irish Challenge Cup, the winner followed home by Dan
Chiplen and Bunter.
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Meeting Review - Friday 20th May 2016
Hot-Rods 2016 World Series
Crumlin Charger #76 Adam Maxwell wins WQR 13 Final
Thirteen was certainly not an unlucky number for Adam Maxwell at
Ballymena Raceway on May 20 where the Crumlin Charger recorded his
first win of the current campaign in the final at Round 13 of the
PC Paints and Components World Qualifying Series. The damp
conditions proved a real test for the drivers of the high speed
National Hot Rods where an excellent entry of 20 cars took to the
track. Mark Heatrick romped to a brace of victories in the heat
races and led the early stages of the final too until some
gremlins beneath the bonnet of his Vauxhall Tigra restricted his
pace and allowed Maxwell to scamper ahead. Derek Martin chased the
leader all the way to the chequered flag, but had to be content
with second in this one, while Keith Martin rounded out the top
three to complete a strong set of results for the 2005 World
Champion at the penultimate qualifier.
Dorset’s Levi Robinson joined the locals for Round 4 of the Stock
Rod Grand Prix Series, but the Englishman endured a torrid night
of misfortune and only completed a handful of laps over all 3
races. Each one produced a different winner, with Johnny McCloy
and Shane Gault accounting for the heat races before Tim Hazlett
staved off the combined advances of Wilfie McNiece and Jason Clyde
in a humdinger of a final.
The Group Two Lightning Rod racers contested Round 2 of their
Terraclean Series and it was Daniel Norris who took the silverware
home for the second meeting in a row.
Super Saloons completed the classes on display at the
Cirrus Plastics sponsored meeting and what the class lacked in
numbers they made up for with an enthralling final where Irish
Champion Alistair Christie did it all the hard way around the wide
outside to snatch the victory from long time leader Mark Frew on
the run to the flag.
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F2 Stock-Cars 2016 Snap on Tools Series Grand Final
#312 Christopher Kincaid powers
to Snap on Series Success
F2 Stock Car Irish Champion Christopher Kincaid was back on top
form at Ballymena Raceway on May 6 where the Antrim ace secured
the honours in the final of the Snap-On Tools Series. On a night
punctuated with incidents and accidents there was success too for
Christopher’s younger brother, Antony, who started the defence of
his Junior Rod Gold Roof title with a clear win in the meeting
In the other classes at the Rodney Fleck Specialist Cars sponsored
programme Adam Sloan warmed up for the forthcoming Stock Rod
British Championship event at Cowdenbeath with a first final win
of the 2016 campaign. Daniel Norris thwarted Mark Turtle’s
hat-trick hopes in the Group Two Lightning Rods with his first
final win of the season and Ashley Graham emerged victorious in a
keenly contested Super Saloon feature race after Bobby Johnston
had accounted for the heat races.
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National Hot-Rods 2016 World Series NI Rd 10
#70 Shane Murray perfect
Hat-trick of Wins
A perfect evening for racing provided ideal conditions for some
fast and frantic action at Ballymena Raceway on April 22, where
the fans were treated to some highly competitive racing mixed in
with a few controversial clashes as well! Shane Murray avoided all
the rough stuff in the National Hot Rods to mark his return to the
ovals with a perfect hat-trick of wins in Round 10 of the PC
Paints and Components World Qualifying Series. Carl Sloan boasted
his qualifying hopes with a good run to second, while Mark
Heatrick was back on track following his big crash on Good Friday
and rounded out the top three finishers in the final.
A splendid entry of nineteen F2 Stock Cars served up some classic
action in Round 2 of the Snap-On Tools Series. It was Series
leader Gavin Fagin who accounted for both heat races, before a
barnstorming finish to the final saw Sean McFerran ride out a last
bend power driver from Fegan to secure the silverware.
Another driver in good form at the moment is Jason Clyde and the
Stock Rod racer extended his impressive run with a third final win
on the trot at Raceway in Round 2 of the DNA Tuning Supreme
Series. The programme of races at the Buckna Autos sponsored
fixture also included the Group Two Lightning Rods and Super
Saloons. Meeting sponsor Matthew Curran made off with his own
trophy after a dominant win in the GP2 final, while Liam Irwin
held off a strong challenge from Aaron McGraw to clinch the Super
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BriSCA F2 Stock-Cars
#312 Christopher Kincaid storms
to Final Victory
It proved to be a successful evening for the
Antrim based Kincaid family at Ballymena Raceway on April 15 where
brothers Christopher and Antony secured the final honours in their
respected classes! F2 Stock Car Irish Champion Christopher fired
an ominous warning to his rivals with a brace of victories in his
new car, while younger brother Antony produced one of the drives
of the meeting to snatch the Junior Rod honours after a fantastic
last lap charge.
In the other classes at the ISUZU Truck
Antrim sponsored programme there was a second final win in a row
for Jason Clyde in the Stock Rod division. Former Irish Champion
Alastair Bolton had earlier accounted for both the Stock Rod
heats, while Cullybackey teenager Harry Gilmore went one better
and took a faultless three wins from three races in the opening
round of the Group Two Lightning Rod Terraclean Supreme Series.
That record was matched by Cathal McFeran in the Micro F2 Stock
Car division where the Portglenone lad eased home to a hat-trick
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BriSCA F2 Stock-Cars
#47 Sean McFerran takes home
Snap on Tools Rd 1 Silverware
Slippery conditions at Ballymena Raceway on April 1 proved to be a
real leveller for the drivers, with the 14 race programme
producing no fewer than twelve different winners! The Micro F2
Stock Cars, a new class for 7 to 11 year olds, made their first
official appearance at the Raceway and it was English visitor
Elexie Bartram from Staffordshire who journeyed back across the
Irish Sea with the Next Gen Cup after an eye catching heat and
final double success.
Apart from Elexie the only other driver to enjoy more than one
victory during the evening was Karl Smyth in the Group Two
Lightning Rod division, and even then Karl got a little assistance
from the steward when on the road final winner Mark Turtle was
demoted two places in the official result. Smyth had gained an
earlier success in the opening heat while Harry Gilmore recorded
his first ever race win in heat two.
The F2 Stock Cars contested the opening round of their Snap-On
Tools Series and produced a different winner on all of their
outings. Sam McKay and Gavin Fegan slithered home in the heat
races before Sean McFerran survived a late race caution period to
claim an assured win in the final ahead of Fegan and Track
Champion Craig McConnell.
Likewise there were three different winners in the Stock Rod
division where Jack Kennedy and Jason Clyde fought out an
enthralling duel in the opener which eventually went the way of
Kennedy. Ryan Murphy took the honours in heat two after a good run
in his Vauxhall Corsa, before Clyde recorded his first ever Stock
Rod win in the opening Round of the DNA Tuning Series.
Super Saloons completed the classes on display, with Irish
Champion Alistair Christie taking the honours in the heat race
with a well timed late run, before Ashley Graham annexed the final
ahead of Aaron McGraw and Johnny McCloy.
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National Hot-Rods 2016 World Series NI Rd 8
Impressive Hat-trick from Glenn
The temperature may have been cool,
but the track action was certainly hot as the new season at
Ballymena Raceway was ushered in with the usual mixture of thrills
and spills on Good Friday. Glenn Bell was the big winner in the
National Hot Rods as the former World Champion motored to an
impressive hat-trick of wins to finish the evening as top points
scorer at Round 8 of the PC Paints & Components World Series NI.
However it proved to be anything but a Good Friday for Jaimie
McCurdy and Series Leader Mark Heatrick after both their cars
suffered substantial damage in a heavy crash during the opening heat
which sidelined both drivers for the remainder of the meeting.
In the other classes flying Scotsman
Michael Bethune underlined just why he is the current Stock Rod
World Champion by clinching the Yokohama Championship in his rapid
Vauxhall Corsa. To put Michael’s victory into context it is only the
third time that the title has left Northern Ireland in twenty-five
years! Former Junior Rod ace Jack Kennedy produced a storming drive
to follow the World Champion home, with another of our ex-Junior Rod
stars, Niall McFeran in third.
Group Two Lightning Rods and Junior
Rods completed the programme at the Broughshane Car Dismantlers
sponsored opening fixture. Mark Turtle captured the GP2 Challenge
Cup after a well judged flag to flag win in his Vauxhall Astra,
while Jack Patchett scampered home in a rip-roaring Junior Rod final
to lift the Top Teen Trophy.
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2016 Fixtures Released
details of our 2016 fixtures are now available to view online. A
compact schedule of 16 meetings is planned for 2016, with the
National Hot Rods, BriSCA F2 Stock Cars, ORCi Stock Rods, Group Two
Lightning Rods, Super Saloons and Junior Rods providing the backbone
of the race programme once again. A welcome addition to the regular
roster for 2016 will be the Micro F2s, which provide a starter
formula for 7 to 11 year olds, and the Micros will make their
Raceway debut in the Next Gen Cup on April 1. We are also delighted
to welcome onboard Snap-On Tools, DNA Tuning and Terraclean as title
sponsors for our F2, Stock Rod and Group Two Series.
practice evening on Friday 18 March the season proper commences with
our traditional Good Friday fixture on March 25 where the Stock Rod
Yokohama Championship will once again kick off the campaign in
style. Another date to mark in the diary is undoubtedly the BriSCA
F2 Irish Open Championship on June 10, when the Heritage F2 Stock
Cars will make a return visit following their well received debut
appearance last term.
Our colleagues at
Nutts Corner Raceway have once again kindly granted us use of their
excellent track to host the Saloon Stock Car Irish Masters
Championship on May 21, while the centre piece of our Speedweekend
on August 26 and 27 will be provided by the prestigious European
Championship for the Stock Rods, ably supported by the GP2 World
Cup, and F2 Supreme Championship.
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Stock-Rods 2016 Specficiations now available
The new 2016 Stock Rods Specifications and Rules are now available to download.
Race it 2016 - Stock Rods intro.
A well supported and keenly
contested non-contact formula for saloon cars up to 1400cc capacity.
Limited engine and suspension modifications
are allowed and the cars race on a single control tyre.
The standard of car
preparation and presentation is very high which leads to ultra close,
wheel-to-wheel racing. The top drivers must be on it from the drop of the green
flag to make any progress through the large grid of evenly matched competitors.
Most successful car of the last decade has been the ubiquitous Vauxhall Nova and
Corsa B, but the Vauxhall Corsa C model is becoming increasingly popular and
prices range from £1500-£5000.
Stock-Rods 2016 Spec.
Super-Saloons 2016 Specficiations now available
The new 2016 Super
Saloons Specifications and Rules are now available to download.
Race it 2016 - Super Saloons
This very popular
budget class caters for 8v, 12v and 16v cars. This is a non
contact formula and cars must be prepared in a professional manner.
It is permissable to skim the cyclinder head by 40 thou.
cars that race at the moment include the Honda Civic, Ford Focus,
Ford Puma, Ford Sierra, Nissan Almera, Toyota MR2, Toyota Celica, Vauxhall Astra & VW Golf.
run a 15" rim and a controlled TOYO T1R Tyre with the following
sizes being permitted for use to suit gearing: 195/55/15, 195/50/15
range from £500-£1000.
Super-Saloons 2016 Spec.
Gp2 Lightning-Rods & Junior-Rods 2016 Specifications now
The Gp2 Lightning Rods &
Junior Rods 2016
Specifications & Rules are now available
The new Raceway
season will see the introduction of the Vauxhall Corsa B and Corsa C (5
door) to the Gp2 Lightning Rod class.
In the Junior Rod
formula a number of changes have been made to the 2016
Specifications, these are indicated in Red Bold writing.
Gp2 Lightning-Rods 2016 Spec.
Junior-Rods 2016 Spec.
National Hot-Rods #994 Keith Martin storms to
Raceway welcomed in 2016 with a full programme of short oval racing
for the Winter National Championships on New Year’s Day. The honour
of the first race win of the New Year went to track stalwart Brian
Edgar in the Group Two Lightning Rod division, but it was Johny
Gillespie who would go on to secure the GP2 title with an immaculate
heat and final double in his Vauxhall Astra.
high speed National Hot Rods were a real handful in the tricky track
conditions and the evergreen Keith Martin put all his experience to
good use to capture the honours in his Vauxhall Tigra. Martin split
the heat wins with Carl Sloan and the pair occupied the top two
spots in the final, with 2015 winner Jaimie McCurdy in third. F2
Stock Car Irish Champion Christopher Kincaid joined the regulars for
a trial run in Chris Foster’s Peugeot 206cc and the Antrim ace put
in a solid display on his Hot Rod debut.
Stock Rod British Champion Steven
McKane was another driver in top form on New Year’s Day as the
Ballymena based racer went through the race card unbeaten to capture
the Winter National title. Shane Gault was McKane’s closest
challenger, but the former Group Two Champion was removed from the
final result for an incident with Stephen Doherty which promoted
Adam Sloan into the runner-up spot, with Aaron Moody in third.
F2 Stock Cars and Super
Saloons completed the classes on display at the McCarroll Plant Hire
sponsored meeting. Track Champion Craig McConnell scorched to a
brace of victories in the F2 Stock Car division to earn pole
position for the final, but his hat-trick hopes were dashed by Conor
Hughes as the Antrim racer breezed through to capture the Winter
National crown after a determined drive. Philip Doherty was the star
of the show in the Super Saloon division. Returnee Doherty began the
afternoon with a second place finish in the opening heat behind Ryan
Nixon’s Ford Puma and took the chequered flag in the second
qualifying race to earn pole position for the final, which the
Garvagh racer subsequently dominated in his Toyota to lead home
Points Champion Johnny McCloy and Irish Champion Alistair Christie.
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RACEWAY NATIONAL HOT ROD TRACK CHAMPIONSHIP REVIEW
the last meeting of the season at Ballymena Raceway on October 9
Gary Wilson has been confirmed as the winner of the National Hot Rod
Track Championship at Ballymena for 2015.
Wilson went into the final meeting with a useful
40 plus points lead over nearest challengers Jaimie McCurdy and Carl
Sloan, the only two drivers who could still deprive him of the
outright title at the start of proceedings. When both his rivals
struck problems during the evening it was a relatively
straightforward job for Wilson to gather the necessary points which
confirmed his position at the head of the chart on 378 points, with
McCurdy runner-up on 339 points and Sloan in third (315 points). The
Track Championship carried a first prize of £500, plus trophies for
the top three finishers, and these awards were presented to Gary,
Jaimie and Carl at the conclusion of the final meeting.
The top three finishers all had a 100%
attendance record at Ballymena in 2015 and their admirable
commitment to compete at all nine fixtures was reflected in their
positions at the top of the Stadium Championship. Even more
impressive was the finishing record of Gary over the season, with
the Harold Johnston Agricultural backed Vauxhall Tigra finishing an
incredible 25 of the 27 National Hot Rod races at Ballymena! That
was a great effort by Gary and his team in their first full season
of National Hot Rod racing and we offer our congratulations to Gary
on becoming our Track Champion for 2015. Those consistent finishes
definitely proved the difference, whereas Jamie and Carl were
unfortunate with mechanical problems at various times during the
The season saw 23 different National Hot Rod
drivers compete at Ballymena with 12 of those drivers enjoying race
wins at the venue. The nine meetings produced seven different final
winners, with Jaimie McCurdy and Nigel McCauley the couple who
recorded two final successes during the campaign. Jaimie also
finished joint top of our race winners league with 4 race victories
to his credit, a total matched by Andrew Stewart, while McCauley,
Glenn Bell and Mark Heatrick all raked up 3 wins apiece.
We would like to thank all the National Hot Rod
drivers, their teams and families for their support throughout 2015,
plus the NHRPA officials for all their hard work and assistance, and
we very much look forward to welcoming you all back to Ballymena
Raceway once again in 2016.
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Gp2 Lightning-Rods - #23 Jason Clyde wins Golden Helmet Crown
A full programme of championship races brought the
2015 season at Ballymena Raceway to a stirring conclusion on October
9. Jason Clyde finished
the season in the best possible fashion with victory in the Golden
Helmet Trophy event for the Group Two Lightning Rod division. Clyde
qualified his Vauxhall Astra on pole position for the sought after
trophy after two consistent finishes in the heat races and
controlled the final from the front to lead home Nigel Doherty and
Another driver on top form was National Hot Rod ace Glenn
Bell, who boasted his World Qualifying campaign with a perfect
hat-trick of wins in Round 6 of the PC Paints and Components World
Series NI. That performance earned the Portadown powerhouse the
Driver of the Day award, while the season long Track Championship
for the Nationals was settled conclusively in favour of Gary Wilson,
with Jaimie McCurdy and Carl Sloan rounding out the top three in the
Newly crowned Stock Rod Irish Champion Wilfie
McNiece began his reign with another dominant win in the Challenge
Cup event. The Newtownhamilton man split the heat wins with Stephen
Doherty before leading the final from start to finish in his
Vauxhall Corsa, with Lester McCloy and Doherty the place men in this
Junior Rods and Euro Stocks completed the classes on
display. Shannon Morrow continued her great end of season form with
a fine victory in the Junior Rod Top Teen Trophy. The Glenarm girl
just held off a fast finishing Jack Kennedy to take the silverware,
with the final podium spot going to Joel McPeake who would go on to
claim victory in the support race.
In the Euro Stock division Mark Frew was in the right place
at the right time to swop past early leaders Colin Clifford and
Stephen McCahon in one race winning move which earned the Moneymore
man the Champion of Champions Trophy. Clifford returned a
comfortable win in the support race.
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Gp2 Irish Championship - McLEISTER TAKES HOME THE SILVERWARE
Junior Irish Championship - ANTONY KINCAID CROWNED THE NEW CHAMPION
Two new names were added to the Irish Championship roll of honour at Ballymena Raceway on September 25 where the Group Two Lightning Rod and Junior Rod Champions for 2015 were decided. Andy McLeister from Ballymoney emerged victorious from a typically hectic GP2 showdown to lift the coveted title from the first time in his Vauxhall Astra, with Rodney Stewart and Matthew Curran second and third respectively. Five days after big brother Christopher won the F2 Stock Car Irish title at Nutts Corner it was the turn of Antony Kincaid to uphold the family honour and the Antrim teenager managed that in some style to claim the Junior Rod Irish crown for the first time. Jack Patchett and Jack Kennedy tracked the leader over the final laps, but Kincaid would never be headed in a flag to flag win.
The F2 Stock Cars competed for the Wash’N’Dash Super Cup where Gordy McKee motored home for his second final win of the season at Raceway after star names Graham Fegan and Christopher Kincaid had accounted for the heats. A number of the F2 Stock Cars were also put through their paces by some former Raceway favourites in the Legends Cup race where ex-Irish Champion Davy McCrory romped home ahead of Decky and Gary McFerran.
Stock Rods completed the classes on display and served up a first time winner in the form of Aaron Moody. The Ballymena lad was making his first appearance in the senior ranks and proved to be an instant success with a heat and final double victory in his immaculate Peugeot 106. Wilfie McNiece and Steven McKane followed the seventeen year old home in the final, while the other race brought another win for Adam Sloan.
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FEGAN FLIES AT F2 WORLD FINAL
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Hannahstown’s Graham Fegan produced a storming drive in the BriSCA F2 Stock Car World Championship at Hednesford Hills Raceway on September 12 to finish as runner-up to new champion Kelvyn Marshall. Outgoing World No. 1 George MacMillan from Glasgow finished in third, while Antrim’s Christopher Kincaid recorded his best ever World Final result to make it two Ulstermen in the top four positions!
It was the first time ever that the historic event had been staged at the Staffordshire circuit and first up for the six representatives from Northern Ireland were the international time trials on Saturday afternoon to determine their starting positions on the World Final grid. Fegan, Kincaid, Craig McConnell, Ryan McCrory, Dean McCrory and Bradley McKinstry, the latter pair making their World Final debuts, joined drivers from Holland, Germany, Belgium and the Isle of Man in the trials, from which Holland’s Wim Peeters emerged fastest with a time of 14.737 seconds. Kincaid joined the Dutchman on row 3 after posting a best time of 14.770 seconds, while Fegan qualified on row 6 alongside Holland’s Rick Lenssen on a time of 14.787 seconds.
2002 World Champion Chris Burgoyne and current European Champion Marshall led the field around to the green flag and there was instant drama when row two starter Gordon Moodie and Peeters tangled on the opening lap which put both out on the spot. British Champion Adam Rubery and consolation semi final winner David Polley were amongst the others who became embroiled in the incident and a restart was called to clear away the damaged cars. The remaining runners set off for a second time and it was Marshall who stamped his authority all over the race which the Cheshire driver led from start to finish for a dominant win. Fegan and Kincaid ran second and third for a brief time before Neil Hooper edged through into second place, while Kincaid dropped as low as seventh at one point during the frantic places battle. Fegan came back strongly in the closing laps to dispatch Hooper and seal a superb second place, while Kincaid fought back to finish fourth at the chequered flag behind 2014 winner MacMillan. Irish Champion McConnell was classified in tenth position to make it 3 Ulstermen in the top ten!
2015 F2 Stock Car World Final Result
1st. 101 Kelvyn MARSHALL
2nd. NI998 Graham FEGAN
3rd. 1 George MacMILLAN
4th. NI312 Christopher KINCAID
5th. 16 Craig WALLACE
6th. 604 Jamie CONWAY
7th. 618 Ben LOCKWOOD
8th. 846 Ashley ENGLAND
9th. 560 Luke WRENCH
10th. NI925 Craig McCONNELL
Over the remainder of the weekend Ryan McCrory finished third in the meeting final on Saturday evening and McKinstry secured a third place finish in the Grand National, while Kincaid took a race win on Sunday afternoon in the consolation event.
Ballymena Raceway would like to congratulate Kelvin on becoming World Champion, plus Graham and Christopher on their fantastic finishes, and all the Northern Ireland drivers on such a strong showing over the weekend. It was the first time since the early seventies that Northern Ireland had two drivers in the top four places of this prestigious event which underlines the current strength of F2 racing in the province at the moment.
National Hot-Rods 2016 WQR 4
Slick McCurdy claims Hat-trick
National Hot Rod racer Jaimie McCurdy gave his World Qualifying campaign a timely boast with a polished hat-trick of wins at Ballymena Raceway on September 11. The talented teenager from Broughshane was closely tracked by 2012 World Champion Glenn Bell throughout the final, but never made a wrong move in the treacherous conditions to steer his Wilson McCurdy Haulage Vauxhall Tigra home for a fine win in Round 4 of the PC Paints & Components World Series NI. Bell also followed McCurdy home in the first heat, with Derek Martin the runner-up in heat two.
Another teenage talent tearing up the Showground’s oval at present is Adam Sloan and the nineteen year old from Kells guided his Vauxhall Corsa to the final honours in the Stock Rod division. Ballymena lad Joel McPeake romped to a heat and final brace in the Junior Rod category while Jason Clyde enjoyed success in Round 5 of the GP2 National Series. Euro Stocks completed the classes on display at a sodden Raceway and contested their Irish Championship where Alistair Christie from Ballymoney was crowned champion for 2015 after a skilful performance in his immaculate Vauxhall Astra.
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SCOTS DOMINATE STOCK ROD WORLD FINAL AT RACEWALL
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The Scottish drivers were in top form at the ORCi Stock Rod World Championship last weekend where Fife’s Micheal Bethune wrote his name onto the World Champions roll of honour at his home circuit of Cowdenbeath. A series of 6 qualifying heats on Saturday evening determined the qualifiers for the World Final and Bethune made his intentions clear in these, winning all 3 of his heats to tie down pole position for Sunday’s final. The other heat wins went the way of Stuart McKinnon, James Gray and Derek Conner, while some consistent results saw Adam Sloan, Gareth Bevan and Rodney Arbuthnot all book their place in the final.
The rest of our representatives, Fergus Bevan, Matthew McKinstry, Ian Thompson and Richard Taylor joined the other non-qualifiers in a Last Chance race on Sunday afternoon from which Thompson grabbed one of the remaining spots on the World Final grid. Bethune made no mistake in the big race to clinch the gold roof after a dominant display, with McKinnon and European Champion Conner making it a clean sweep of the podium positions for the Scottish drivers. Sloan was the first Northern Ireland entry home and recorded a commendable top ten finish on his debut appearance on the UK mainland.
ORCi Stock Rod 2015 World Championship Result
- 83 Michael Bethune
- 41 Stuart McKinnon
- 172 Derek Conner
- 197 James Gray
- 272 John McAllister
- 123 Craig Tosh
- 323 Trevor Calvin
- 92 Adam Daniels
- 26 Adam Sloan
- 315 Trevor Ashworth
Ballymena Raceway would like to congratulate Michael on his World Final win and we look forward to welcoming the gold roof over to visit Northern Ireland during his reign. We would also like to applaud the efforts of the Northern Ireland representatives who all contributed to a great weekend of Stock Rod action.
TOP PERFORMANCE FROM McKANE
Oval racers from across the province demonstrated their skills during two days of keen competition at Ballymena Raceway’s Speed Fest event on August 21 & 22. All in all twenty seven races were contested over the two days with a number of championship titles decided during the course of the weekend. The stand out performer proved to be Steven McKane from Ballymena who went home with two of the big prizes on offer and in two different formulas to boot! Stock Rod British Champion McKane returned to his Group Two Lightning Rod roots on Friday evening and proved his versatility with a convincing victory in their World Cup race, before reverting back to his normal Stock Rod on Saturday evening to lift the UK Masters title as well. While McKane has been a regular visitor to victory lane during a success laden season for the Ballymena man the weekend events at Raceway also provided a host of new winners, not least Adam Sloan from Kells. The nineteen year old steered his Vauxhall Corsa home to a first ever final win in the Premier Cup race on Friday evening and backed that up with a solid run to third place in the UK Masters behind star names McKane and Wilfie McNiece.Another racer celebrating a first ever final win on Friday evening was Gordy McKee from Templepatrick. The former Lightning Rod star switched to the ultra competitive F2 Stock Car division for 2015 and has been steadily getting to grips with his new car as the season progressed. McKee’s improved performance was underlined with a win in the Supreme Cup after surviving a last bend attack from double heat winner William Murray. McKee continued his winning ways with a heat win on Saturday before Graham Fegan powered through to capture the Irish Masters Trophy ahead of McKee and Ryan McCrory.Another first time victor was young Jaimie Hunter. The teenager secured the Junior Rod Irish Masters title in his Vauxhall Corsa ahead of Joel McPeake and Jack Patchett after another entertaining display from the youngsters. The high speed National Hot Rods were in action on Saturday evening to contest Round 3 of the PC Paints & Components World Series. Andrew Stewart from Portadown qualified on pole position after a brace of heat wins in his Vauxhall Tigra and led the final for a long way too until a late race skirmish saw Gilford’s Nigel McCauley emerge victorious ahead of Gary Wilson and Stewart Doak.Other winners over the weekend included Jason Clyde, who successfully defended the GP2 Irish Open title on Saturday evening after a close battle with Andy McLeister and Garvagh’s Karl Smyth who scorched to a hat-trick of wins in the Euro Stocks Irish Grand Prix event. Saturday’s meeting also included a superb display of Ford and Mini road cars, with the DNA Tuning Coleraine sponsored awards being up for grabs.
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