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Tullyroan Oval
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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.

Tullyroan Oval 23/11/14


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Added: 01 Dec 2014
Sean O'Leary wins Hoosier Final

Well done to Sean O'Leary who took a clean sweep by winning the Hoosier Final as well as the series at Wimbledon on 30/11/14. The Hoosier Final was the first race of the night with drivers lined up in points order. Sean won the final from pole with Martin Codling second and Mark Paffey in third.
Sean O'Leary won the Hoosier Racing Tires series with 329 points, Martin Codling took second with 254 points and Chris Harvey finished third with 247 points.
Both Heats were won by George Turiccki. Spare a thought for Paul Wright who broke a couple of bones in his wrist in Heat 1 but carried on racing! We wish him a speedy recovery.
Thank you Hoosier for sponsoring the series.


Hoosier Final: 310 Sean O'Leary,30 Martin Codling,60 Mark Paffey,565,31,48,303,43,30,745.
Heat 1: 186 George Turiccki,330,566,146,310,745,39,43,31,60.
Heat 2: 186 George Turiccki,30,310,39,745,133,48,8,303,43.

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Added: 27 Nov 2014
Booking List Wimbledon 30/11/14

20 Hot Rods are booked in to contest the Hoosier Racing Tires Series Grand Final at Wimbledon on 30/11/14. Sean O'Leary cannot be caught in the points but there are plenty of tyres up for grabs in the Grand Final! The action starts at 5.30pm

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Added: 25 Nov 2014
Murray rises ahead

Before the opening race there was a very poignant minute's silence observed by the drivers in memory of their fellow racer Lee Cherry who sadly passed away recently. There was a notable debut for Davy Evans Jnr in a very smart Vauxhall Tigra, resplendent in the red and white colours and number 932 of his legend father of the same name. Gareth Thompson, behind the wheel of the former Wayne Woolsey car, took victory in the opening heat over World and National Champion Shane Murray and Irish Champion Joel Richardson.

Jack Boal made a welcome return to victory lane in the second race of the day, edging out Stuart Cochrane and Murray at the flag. The final saw Davy Potter set the early pace, before he clashed with Thompson. That opened the door for Murray and he surged on to victory and the Bevan Motorsport trophy. Thompson held on for a creditable second and he could well be one to watch in 2015 in his new car. Cochrane, Richardson and Sean Dynes rounded out the top five.

Report with thanks to Darren Black


Heat One: 929 Gareth Thompson, 70, 976, 924, 979, 993, 914, 975, 984, 999.
Heat Two: 993 Jack Boal, 979, 70, 975, 976, 924, 929, 984, 999, 941.
Final: 70 Shane Murray, 929 Gareth Thompson, 979 Stuart Cochrane, 976, 984, 983, 975, 932, 999.

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Added: 23 Nov 2014
Lee Cherry - RIP

2LitreHotRod.com were saddened to learn of the sudden passing of 2.0 Hot Rod racer Lee Cherry on Saturday the 16th of November 2014.

Lee was a popular figure around the Northern Irish tracks this season in his Vauxhall Tigra, and was proud to have qualified for the World Championship final in his first season in the formula.

We would like to offer our deepest condolences to Lee's family and friends at this difficult time.

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Added: 17 Nov 2014
Chris Crane is Best in Britain

At a very wet Wimbledon on 16/11/14, Chris Crane won the Best in Britain from pole, Mark Paffey was second with Dan Smith in third.
Adam Hylands won heat 1 and Mark Paffey took heat 2.


Heat 1: 54 Adam Hylands,75,48,31,280,186,17,58,303,565
Heat 2: 60 Mark Paffey,565,566,745,280,75,43,71,133,330
Final: 75 Chris Crane,60 Mark Paffey,565 Dan Smith,48,186,280,31,43,745,133

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