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Fast, wheel-to-wheel racing action at an affordable cost – that’s what makes 2 Litre hot Rod racing so popular on the ovals of England and Northern Ireland. These space-framed cars run on control Hoosier tyres, and are confined to the Ford 2L Pinto engine, making them a cost effective way of getting the thrills that hot rod racing brings. Around £15,000 can put one of these machines on track, with close racing guaranteed at every meeting. The “2 Litres” have been around Spedeworth Raceways for some time, racing across the southern English raceways and in East Anglia, whilst 2009 has also seen the formula spread its’ wings to the Incarace promotion in the Midlands. The formula has also had a strong base in Northern Ireland for many years, with the best each country has to offer battling it out in the major championships each season.

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Added: 15 Sep 2014
Emerson Brothers engage in heated battle

A healthy field of 2.0 Hot Rods included a debut for usual Stock Rod star Ben McCully in the ex-Gary Wilson Corsa, and it was European, British and Irish Champion Adam Hylands who stormed through from the star grade to take the opening victory of the day over Stephen Emerson and Stuart Cochrane.

Cochrane then inherited the win in heat two, after on the road victor Sean Dynes was docked two places for contact during the race. Mervyn Emerson inherited second ahead the unfortunate Dynes.

Mervyn Emerson quickly demoted Davy Potter to take up the running in the final, before the star men began to reel him in. Within the final stages of proceedings they were right with him , led by his brother Stephen. Stephen quickly hit the difficult outside line looking for the pass, with Mark Madill, Hylands, Cochrane and Joel Richardson all in close proximity too. Mervyn was under immense pressure in what was becoming a sensational finish, and he just managed to hold his brother off by inches as the chequered flag fell. Madill was well pleased in third on his return following a huge crash last month, with Hylands and Richardson next up as the top six crossed the line almost as one.

An excellent days racing at Tullyroan, where racing rarely disappoints. The next meeting is on the 4th of October


Heat One: 54 Adam Hylands, 923, 979, 70, 931, 976, 924, 935, 975, 984.
Heat Two: 979 Stuart Cochrane, 924, 984, 70, 54, 923, 976, 935, 983, 975.
Final: 924 Mervyn Emerson, 923 Stephen Emerson, 931 Mark Madill, 54, 976, 979, 70, 935, 975, 983.

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Added: 15 Sep 2014
Change of Webmaster at 2litrehotrod.com

In 2009 I took on the role of webmaster for 2litrehotrod.com full of big ideas that I’ve never really been able to make happen.

As the class has expanded in recent years it has become harder and harder to stay on top of the site as well as maintain the other sites and activities that I’m involved in and at times there has been items sitting in my inbox to be actioned for weeks before making it to the website.
Even though the site probably now has more contributors than ever my own contribution to it has been slipping and this has led me to the conclusion that it’s better for the site and ultimately the class if it was in better hands.
With immediate effect Ed Fahey will take over the day to day running of the website, hopefully with the continued support of those who have supported me.

Ed has been a regular at DMC tracks this season and returns to the ovals with years of experience photoing circuit racing around the globe. Ed has been keen contributor to 2litrehotrod.com and nationalhotrod.com in recent months and I’m sure will lead the site in the right direction.
Before signing off I’d like to thank everyone who has supported the site in recent years, contributors, readers, promoters and of course the drivers who have it on their cars.


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Added: 15 Sep 2014
Paul Wright is 2014 English Champion

Paul Wright won the English Championship at Ipswich on the 13/09/14, Mark Paffey was second with Dan Smith in third.
Alex Crane won the the first heat with Lewis Shelley taking the second heat.


Heat 1: 11 Alex Crane,43,75,280,928,31,303,60,565,543
Heat 2: 118 Lewis Shelley,39,60,8,565,303,43,543,280,10
English Championship: 43 Paul Wright,60 Mark Paffey,565 Dan Smith,303,280,39,928,8,118,48

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Added: 11 Sep 2014
English Championship Booking List

30 Hot Rods are booked in to contest the English Championship at Ipswich on the 13/09/14. Included in the line up is defending champion Charlie Jowers and the return of Damon Wellman in a Corsa "C". The action starts at 6.45pm.

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Added: 10 Sep 2014
Hylands on Top again at Tullyroan

The second day of the DMC September Speedweekend seen the action move to Tullyroan Oval where the 2 Litres raced for their Tullyroan Challenge Cup.

Stuart Cochrane and Joel Richardson shared the heat wins.
Two second places were enough to put Adam Hylands on pole for the final and from there he never looked back, taking a comfortable win. Joel Richardson who had shared the front row finished second with Stephen Emerson third.


2014 Tullyroan Challenge Cup sponsored by Rumbles Hot Food Bar, Tandragee
Heat One: 979 Stuart Cochrane, 54, 923, 950, 976, 924, 935, 914, 71, 993.
Heat Two: 976 Joel Richardson, 54, 67, 993, 924, 935, 923, 914, 991, 984.
Tullyroan Challenge Cup: 54 Adam Hylands, 976 Joel Richardson, 923 Stephen Emerson, 67, 924, 914, 935, 979, 993, 71.

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