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Added: 24/8/10
O'Leary takes Eastbourne Final

On Saturday the 21st of August, veteran Sean O'Leary took the final at Eastbourne following on from two heat wins by Sam Reed in the ex Scott Bourne Nova.

Results

Heat 1 = 246 Sam Reed, 304, 146, 10, 306, 70, 7, 75, NoF
Heat 2 = 246 Sam Reed, 304, 146, 10, 303, 30, 310, 39, 7, 306
Final = 310 Sean O'Leary, 303 Gavin Botfield, 246 Sam Reed, 304, 10, 175, 8, 7, 626, 38

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Added: 17/8/10
Wilson Shines in the Summer Sun

A rare Northern Irelandís summers day provided a pleasant setting at Nuttscorner Oval on Sunday 15th of August. Twenty cars took to the track for heat number one, including a debut of Bradley Dynes in the ex-Wayne Woolsey double world winning Tigra. In a bizarre start to the race, Gary Wilson didnít get away at the start bringing out the red flags, and Glenn McDowell and Derek Martin joined Wilson on the infield before the grid re-assembled. When the race did get going, yellow grader Gareth Hagan went took a wire to wire victory, followed home by Philip Beatty and Mervyn Crawford. For the second heat the grid was back to a full compliment of twenty cars, with Vince Campell and Nigel McCauley leading them off. McCauley quickly moved into the lead and held it to the flag, Hagan stayed close to the 904 car the entire race with Glenn Heatherington coming in third and right on the lead pair by the end of the race. Nineteen cars made it out for the final, with the two heat winners drawing the front row of the yellows and leading the pack away. The final started, just as heat two had finished with McCauley out front and Hagan giving close chase, but this time the blue graders were through and onto them quicker. First Gary Wilson and then Feargal McNally went around the two yellow roofs, in the process Wilson had built up enough of a lead to go on and take the win, McNally was second with McCauley third and Denver McClean the first red roof home in third.

Results

Heat One: 955 Gareth Hagan, 935, 957, 54, 968, 903, 70, 933, 904, 17.
Heat Two: 904 Nigel McCauley, 955, 968, 982, 935, 933, 920, 957, 70, 988.
Final: 982 Gary Wilson, 988, 904, 903, 957, 935, 968, 70, 933, 13.

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Added: 17/8/10
Pannell wins Yarmouth Pit Stop Challenge

Following heat wins from Marc Crome and Tommy Miller, Rick Pannell took the 40 laps Pit Stop Challenge final at Yarmouth Stadium on Sunday 8th of August. Marc Crome was second with Kevin Randell third.

Results

Heat 1 = 566 Marc Crome, 543, 39, 303, 306, 96, 204, 10, 175, 72
Heat 2 = 543 Tommy Miller, 566, 303, 39, 96, 204, 306, 75, 175, 10
Final - 40 Lap Pit Stop Challenge = 39 Rick Pannell, 566 Marc Crome, 96 Kevin Randell, 303, 543, 72, NoF

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Added: 8/8/10
Campbell Wins Nuttscorner Final

There was almost rare yellow roof dominated meeting at Nuttscorner Oval on Saturday 7th of August. Twenty cars gridded for heat number one, with newcomer Darwin Cousins leading them off in the ex Adam Hylands Nova. Petie Donnelly quickly moved through to the lead, but later gave way to Nigel McCauley who was being hotly pursued by Gary Wilson right until the drop of the chequered flag, while Adam Hylands came through to third in the ex Wayne McClure Ludlow Saxo. In heat two it was Donnelly who led them away, and led the opening few laps before being overtaken by Vince Campbell. Campbell went on to take the flag, but was docked two places for jumping the start, giving Hylands the win and Mervyn Crawford second. Nineteen cars took to the grid for the final, and it was Donnelly who led them off, and just as in heat two, Vince Campbell was quickly through and into the lead, with McCauley moving through into second. Philip Beatty filled the mirrors of McCauley for most of the race, but was unable to get past, as the race entered the last few laps it was Beatty who ended up losing his third spot to Hylands. Campbell took a comfortable victory, with McCauley holding Hylands off to take second, Hylands picked up third with Beatty fourth and Gary Wilson fifth.

Results

Heat One: 904 Nigel McCauley, 982, 54, 926, 918, 903, 925, 957, 949, 13.
Heat Two: 54 Adam Hylands, 957, 983, 982, 70, 926, 935, 342, 949, 995.
Final: 983 Vince Campbell, 904, 54, 935, 982, 955, 957, 903, 70, 342.

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Added: 27/7/10
British is Best's

As part of their annual Speedweekend, Nuttscorner Oval hosted the 2010 2 Litre Hot Rod British Championship (Sponsored by Boss Motors Panels) over Saturday 24th and Sunday 25th of July. The meeting format was two heats from three, with those races taking place on the Saturday night, ahead of the British Championship on Sunday. Twenty one cars took to the grid for heat one, with Davy Clarke on pole sharing the front row with Adam Heatrick, with Gary Wilson and Shane Murray on row two. On the drop of the green Clarke got the better start with Heatrick dropping in behind him to second, Shane Murray slotted into third, and wasnít long in getting through to second before going around the outside of Clarke to take the lead, and the opening heat win. Clarke was second with Gary Wilson third and Chris Crane the top placed visitor in fourth. Samantha Holland drew pole for the second heat, but was soon overtaken by Denver McLean, and later Glenn McDowell. McLean took the win, with McDowell second, while Holland was spun across the line for third as Philip Beatty and Andy Best battled to take the place as the cars crossed the line amongst backmarkers. For the third and final heat it was Garry Campbell and Will Reed who shared the front row, and Garry Campbell went on to be the only pole sitter to win in the 2 litres throughout the weekend. Will Reed came home second, with Wayne McClure third. With the heats over, and the points counted up, Will Reed had topped the points to take pole for the big race, with Andy Best joining him on the front row, and Shane Murray and Garry Campbell tied on points sharing the second row. Grid Ins> 306 70 941 995 13 54 75 110 955 926 904 Out> 949 993 903 10 968 175 982 918 935 108 902 As the cars came out for the big race, there was a brief shower, and by the time it started the conditions had gone from dry, to damp and slippery in the early stages. Will Reed went straight into the lead with Shane Murray following him through and getting up the inside of Best to take second in the early stages, Wayne McClure had followed Murray through and with a few laps made contact with the 70 car sending him into a spin and out of contention, while McClure picked up a black cross for his efforts. McClure then set about making his way through to the lead, and soon muscled his way past Reed, Best also seized the opportunity to move up the inside of the 306 car and moved into second. Over the next few laps McClure and Best pulled out a gap on Reed, with Best closely shadowing McClure before making a pass on the inside as the cars went up the home straight. McClure remained close to Best but was unable to make a pass, and soon had his mirrors filled with Reed, who seemed to have a second wind as the track dried out. Reed was soon back up to second, and exchanging places with McClure while all the time Best was pulling away. Best took the flag to take the British title, and his fourth Nuttscorner Speedweekend feature race win in six years. Reed was second, with McClure third before being removed from the result for his various misdemeanours, promoting Davy Clarke up to third. With the British Championship over, there were still two more races. First up was a Dash for Cash. Richard Poulter and Gary Wilson headed a 17 car grid. Word Champion Jason Wilks was quickly through and into the lead, but the front of the pack came together putting Wilson and Wilks into the turn one wall. The yellow flags came out, and it was Reed who led them off and held on to take the win, Shane Murray took second, with Denver McLean third. The final race of the weekend was a closed grid meeting final, which gave Shane Murray his second win of the weekend, with Glenn McDowell second.

Results

2010 British Championship, sponsored by Boss Motors
Heat One: 70 Shane Murray, 995, 982, 75, 949, 342, 54, 968, 941, 920.
Heat Two: 903 Denver McLean, 13, 10, 935, 949, 110, 175, 306, 926, 108.
Heat Three: 933 Garry Campbell, 306, 941, 988, 968, 54, 175, 918, 955, 10. 2010 British Championship Final: 1st 949 Andy Best, 2nd 306 Will Reed, 3rd 995 Davy Clarke, 933, 13, 903, 54, 10, 982, 75.
Dash 4 Cash, sponsored by Wilson Engineering: 306 Will Reed, 70, 903, 13, 54, 933, 918, 968, 75, 904.
Meeting Final, sponsored by A.W. McCauley Vehicle Maintenance: 70 Shane Murray, 13, 918, 933, 903, 54, 995, 902, 968, 904.

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Added: 22/7/10
Championship time again!

Only a few weeks after the Ipswich Spedeweekend, and the 2010 World final, and itís over to Northern Ireland for the second weekend of action for the month. This weekend Nuttscorner Oval plays host to the 2 Litre British Championship, and with upwards of 30 cars booked in, it looks like being a cracking weekend of racing. Even with Mark Paffey making the switch to the Nationals, and not be defending the title, local ace Wayne Woolsey, a previous title winner at the Nuttscorner Speedweekend, also moving away from the class, there is still a star studded field for the premier oval racing weekend in Northern Ireland. This will be the seventh staging of the British title in Northern Ireland for the 1600/ 2 Litre Hot Rods, and the title has never been won by a visiting driver. Newly crowned world champion Jason Wilks heads the overseas invasion, a previous winner of the British title, and with some experience, he could well finish the month the way he started it, taking away the silverware. Alongside Wilks on the visiting drivers list is Kym Weaver, Sam Holland, Chris Crane, Will Reed, Richard Poulter and Kevin Down, all aiming to pick up their first British title in the class. The local entry includes three former winners of the event in the form of John Murray, Garry Campbell and Wayne McClure. Wayne McClure will be looking to go one better than the World final earlier in the month, and has been one of the quickest men around the Co. Antrim oval this season. The Murray threat this year is more likely to come from Johnís son, Shane, than John himself. Shane is reigning Irish champion, and earlier this year won the King of Nuttscorner title, and the Golden helmet titles, two rare wins for a red roof driver this season at Nuttscorner. The racing in Northern Ireland has been very open throughout 2010, and any number of drivers could be up there competing for the title. Derek Martin, Adam Heatrick and Denver McLean have all being going well recently. Garry Campbell, Gary Wilson, Davy Clarke, Andy Best and Glenn McDowell are another five drivers who could well pull it out of the bag on the day also. Meeting information. The Saturday nights meeting will feature the three 25 lap qualifying heats for British championship. The entrants for the two Championships will be divided into three groups - A, B and C. Heat 1 will consist of groups A & B. Heat 2 will consist of groups A & C. Heat 3 will consist of groups B & C. Each group will line up in reverse order for their second heat. Points will be scored as follows Ė 1st 250 2nd 231 3rd 213 4th 196 5th 180 6th 165 7th 151 8th 138 9th 126 10th 115 11th 105 12th 96 13th 88 14th 80 15th 74 16th 69 17th 65 18th 62 19th 60 20th 50 . (The Longhurst System) For the Championship Finals, the highest points scorer in the heats will start from pole position, and so on down the grid. In the event of a tie, a coin will be tossed between the drivers involved. The British Championship final will be a 40 lap race, and the first of three races for the class on Sunday afternoon. There will then be a dash 4 cash and a meeting final. Booking list N. Ireland 13 Glenn McDowell 54 Adam Hylands 70 Shane Murray 342 Adam Heatrick 900 Darren McGeady 902 Leigh Nicholl 903 Denver McLean 904 Nigel McCauley 918 David McMenemy 920 Derek Martin 926 Petie Donnelly 933 Garry Campbell 935 Philip Beatty 941 Wayne McClure 945 Clive Wilson 947 Eric Wakefield 948 Alvin Doak 949 Andy Best 955 Gareth Hagan 957 Mervyn Crawford 960 Mark Heatrick 968 Glen Hetherington 970 John Murray 982 Gary Wilson 983 Vince Campbell 988 Feargal McNally 995 Davy Clarke Visiting Drivers 10 Samantha Holland 75 Chris Crane 108 Kevin Down 110 Jason Wilks 175 Richard Poulter 209 Kym Weaver 306 Will Reed If you canít make the meeting, and want to keep up with the action as it happens, check out Nuttscorner Ovalís twitter service, @ http://www.twitter.com/nuttscorneroval

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Added: 22/7/10
Crane Takes Yarmouth Final

On Sunday 18th of July Chris Crane took the final win at Yarmouth, following two heat wins by Tommy Miller

Results

Heat 1 = 543 Tommy Miller, 39, 566, 306, 30, 96, 72, 75, 246
Heat 2 = 543 Tommy Miller, 30, 566, 96, 72, 75, 151, 246, NoF
Final = 75 Chris Crane, 306 William Reed, 96 Kevin Randall, 543, 72, 30, 303, 246, NoF

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Added: 18/7/10
Heatrick takes Nuttscorner final

After a full month break away from the Co. Antrim venue, racing returned to Nuttscorner Oval on Saturday 17th of July, the last meeting ahead of the British Championship and 2010 Speedweekend. With no white or yellow roofs in the opening heat, blue grader Adam Heatrick led the field away, and had built up quite a lead, up until Nigel McCauley ended up facing the traffic on the entrance to the back straight bringing out yellow flags. On the restart Denver McLean got up the inside of Heatrick, and was followed through by Shane Murray and Wayne McClure, to take the top three spots in the opening heat. Yellow grader Vince Campbell made the grid for the second heat and led the pack up until the closing stages when Adam Hylands went round the outside with 3 laps to go, to take the win. Campbell finished second with Derek Martin third. Nineteen cars made the final, with Campbell again leading the pack away, but pulling off within the first few laps, handing the lead to Heatrick. Heatrick had built up almost a full straight of a lead over the rest of the pack as Hylands and McNally battled for second, with the red roofs backed up behind them. Davy Clarke and Glen Hetherington came to grief on the back straight requiring a stoppage. This time from the restart Heatrick held on to take the final win, with Hylands second and Garry Campbell third.

Results

Heat 1 - 903 (Denver McLean), 70, 941, 920, 342, 13, 949, 968, 995, 933 Heat 2 - 54 (Adam Hylands), 983, 920, 995, 968, 70, 949, 935, 903, 13 Final - 342 (Adam Heatrick), 54 (Adam Hylands), 933 (Garry Campbell), 935, 70, 982, 903, 949, 920, 13

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Added: 6/7/10
Wilks Wins World

On Saturday 3rd of July, Jason Wilks claimed and won the 2010 Championship of the world for the 2 Litre Hot Rods, sponsored by Image Wheels. Following the grid draw it was the Northern Ireland drivers who seemed to have got the luck, defending champion Wayne Woolsey 50 drawing a good pole for the opening heat, with fellow countrymen Glen Hetherington and Derek Martin also on the front two rows. Woolsey quickly sped off into the lead, while carnage reigned at the back of the pack as Kym Weaverís throttle jammed, taking himself and Gavin Botfield into the turn one Armco at full pelt. Ex World Champ in car 60 Mark Paffey also spinning involving Dan Smith, Danny Fiske 304 driving Mark Pecks Nova again, and one of two English lady drivers Jemma Dendy 57. A sorry looking Nova of Paul Jones in 82 was lifted in to the infield to later reveal his World title battle over. A crack radiator, engine block and squashed chassis , meant he was out of any following heats. As the yellow flags came out and the single file grid lined up, an unlucky Gary Goodswen in car 72 filled the front of the grid with steam and overheated. His race over, finally after much deliberation over who was where on the grid the greens flag came out. As the race commenced things were a little more settled, with Wayne Woolsey making the best possible start to his defence, taking the opening heat with Derek Martin second, and Paul Wright battling through to third, having started Tenth. Although Wilson in 982 putting up a hard battle with Wright, showing a full foxhall stadium the 2 litre hot rods at their best. For the reversed second heat, the grid again favoured the Northern Ireland entry, with Wayne McClure on pole, alongside Leigh Nicholl, with Kym Weaver and Jemma Dendy on the second row. Just as Woolsey had in the first race McClure made an excellent start, closely followed by Weaver throughout the opening laps with Nicholl staying in touch of the lead pair. A spinning Danny Fiske managed to closely escape any other drivers, and re join the race. At the mid point of the race Nicholl got a bit too close to Weaver, spinning him out of the race, a controversial move to be looked in to by race officials. McCLure went on to take the win, while Botfield got passed Nicholl for second place. Nicholls finished third on track, but was removed from the result, giving Sam Holland the second English lady driver third, and Mark Paffey fourth. So the scene was set for the 2010 championship of the world, McClureís heat win had given him pole, while two good results for Jason Wilks had put him onto the outside of the front row. Paul Wright and Sam Holland shared row two, with an all Ulster row three with defending champion Wayne Woolsey staring inside Gary Wilson. Micky Jowers and Glenn McDowell shared row four, with Mark Paffey in his last 2 litre hot rod world final before taking the jump to nationals and Derek Martin rounding out the top ten. As the flag dropped it was Wilks who got the better start and got the led into the first bend, and from the off Wilks starting to gradually pull away from McClure and the pack. Wright had settled into third in the opening stages with a quick Woolsey moving up to fourth within a few laps trying his best to hold on to his title. Further down the field unlucky in the heats Kym Weaver was the man to watch, having started the last car on the grid, and within ten laps already inside the top twenty. As the laps went by Wilks pulled further and further away, McClure was still holding a comfortable second, while Paul Wright having started to close the gap for second having to pull off with a sick sounding nova with mechanical problems. This allowed Woolsey into third who now had a chasing Mark Paffey behind. A long and hard battle commenced for third with both ex world champions giving as good as they got. As the battled for third gripped the whole stadium, changing back and forth, Paffey had managed to hold Woosley behind. In the end Wilks took the clear win by half the length of the straight, his first world title in the class, McClure was second with Mark Paffey third and Woolsey fourth, Holland fifth and Gary Wilson sixth. A frustrated and angry Woosley then hit the back of car 60 as the reds came out, showing the crowd his anger and unhappiness at Paffey. A battle sure left unsettled..... As the trophies were presented a very happy Wilks and his family celebrated a long and hard fought 12 years of 2 litres racing to finally taking the title of World Champion. His young boys on the podium unaware of just how hard and brilliant it feels to eventually get whatís deserved. Who knows maybe future hot rodders themselves? So with Paffey supposedly moving on to the greater class of nationals and his proven, reliable Nova up for sale the English scene is left wide open for a new rodder to dominate. With Boardley retiring from nationals too it seems itís time for a change of good drivers all round. Perhaps Wilkes will now go on to dominate, a young talented Will Reed, or Chris Crane, maybe a veteran like Weaver, Cooper, or Wright will take Paffeys place at the tops of the points, or even a new face altogether. Similarly the Northern Irish drivers coming to Ipswich and proving the 2 litres are a growing and fantastic class. Whatever the future itís sure to be a great one 2 litres. All cars checked past race scruitineering. The question is who will win the British championship at Nuttscorner Oval on the 25 of July! Report: Darren Black, Lucy Webster and Brian Lammey Photos: Brian Lammey

Results

Saturday 3rd July World Championship
Heat 1 = 50 Wayne Woolsey, 920, 43, 982, 304, 31, 565, 306, 310, 13
Heat 2 = 941 Wayne McClure, 303, 10, 60, 308, 110, 70, 8, 565, 75
World Championship Final = 110 Jason Wilkes, 941 Wayne McClure, 60 Mark Paffey, 50 Wayne Woolsey, 10, 982, 920, 306, 308, 70

Sunday 4th July
Revenge Race 565 Dan Smith, 13, 60, 70, 920, 306, 310, 10, 209, 110

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Added: 28/6/10
2010 World Final Preview

Itís almost time, the World Final, and the 2010 Spedeweekend is almost upon us. After a long and tight qualifying seriesí on both sides of the Irish Sea, 34 of the top drivers in the sport will battle it out for the title of 2010 World Champion on Saturday night at Ipswich. The Saturday afternoon will play host to 2 reverse grid qualifying heats to decide the grid slots for the final on Saturday night. Heading the contenders will be Mark Paffey (60), one of only three former 2 Litre World Champions to have qualified. Mark won the World in 2007, the last time Ipswich hosted it, as well as topping the qualifying points and is also the reigning British Champion. Defending Champion Wayne Woolsey (50) will be looking to retain the gold roof this weekend, Wayne hasnít had the best of starts to 2010, but is sure to be there or thereabouts come the big race as he aims for the unprecedented 3-in-a-row. Having taken the English and the Southern Championship this year already, William Reed (306) is another driver whoíll be hoping to add ďthe big oneĒ to his list of 2010 honours, whilst one of the most fancied Northern Irish entries this year must be Shane Murray (70). The reigning Irish and Irish Points champion goes into the World Championship in fine form having already taken 2 closed grid titles this season at Nuttscorner Oval. Derek Martin (920) topped the Northern Ireland qualifying series, and looks extremely quick in his new Corsa and is certainly a driver to watch out for as he searches for his first silverware. Gary Goodswen (72) is another previous winner of the world title, and another driver more than capable of getting through the big field to be in with a shout when the chequered flag falls. South Coast driver Kym Weaver (209) has been a strong contender for many seasons now in the 2 Litres and is always knocking on the door in the big races so he could be sue the big win this weekend, whilst Ulster can wheel out former British Champion Wayne McClure (941) and former European Champion Gary Wilson (982) amongst their other entries. Dorsetís Mark Cooper (308) is another on fine form recently, and drove really well in the World at Hednesford last year to finally claim third spot, whilst Jason Wilks (110) has won many titles over the years but has always seen the World elude him. Denver McLean (903) is another rapid Ulsterman who could very easily upset the form book at Foxhall, with Paul Wright (43) another in a similar mould who could quite easily take the honours in what is sure to be a superb spectacle under the atmospheric floodlights on Saturday evening.

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Added: 27/6/10
Heatrick wins Ballymena Series Opener

On Friday 25th of June, the 2 Litreís made their first trip of the season to Ballymena Raceway, for the first round of the Hoosier Tyres/ LJN DeSigns series. With the world final just around the corner, there was a lower than expected car turnout, although it still boasted the World, European and Irish Champions. The meeting format was two graded heats, with a closed grid final seeded by points scored in the heats. With no white or yellow grade drivers in attendance, the heats became dominated by the Blue graders, and it was series sponsor Leigh Nicholl who looked unstoppable taking the spoils in both heats, with Feargal McNally and Adam Heatrick second and third in heat one, and Gary OíNeill and McNally second and third in heat two. With the blue graders dominating the heats, they filled the first two rows of the grid for the final, Nicholl on pole with McNally on the outside with OíNeill and Heatrick on row two, and Wayne Woolsey and Shane Murray the top star graders on row three. As the flag dropped Nicholl quickly was quickest into the first corner, with Heatrick getting a flying start from the outside of row two, quickly moving ahead of OíNeill and getting the inside line on McNally and quickly getting through to second. With a few laps Leigh Nicholl hat-trick chances came to and end as he came to a stop on the outside of turn two, bringing out the yellow flags. Heatrick led off from the restart with McNally second, Wayne Woolsey third, with Davy Clarke, Andy Best and Shane Murray rounding out the top six. Woolsey was to become the next faller amongst the leaders, pulling out mid race. Heatrick never looked back from the caution period and built up his lead lap by lap, with McNally taking second, Shane Murray went round the outside of Davy Clarke in the closing laps to take third, Clarke held on to fourth with Glenn McDowell fifth.

Results

Heat 1 - 902 (Leigh Nicholl), 988, 342, 925, 949, 50, 995, 70, 933, 982 Heat 2 - 902, 925, 988, 342, 70, 13, 50, 903, 982, 995 Final - 342 (Adam Heatrick), 988 (Feargal McNally), 70 (Shane Murray), 995, 13, 903, 949, 982, 918, 933

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Added: 22/6/10
Reed Claims Southern Championship

At Aldershot on the 20th of June there was a heat and final double for will Reed, as he added the Southern Championship to the English title he won earlier this year. With the world final just around the corner, car numbers were lower than normal, and with 15 cars in heat one, it was Paul Wright who took the win. The second heat seen a wire to wire win for Will Reed, with Paul JOnes second and Danny Fiske third. In the Southern Championship final, Reed took his second win of the day, leading every lap, with Chris Crane second and Danny Fiske third.

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Added: 22/6/10
McGeady does Nuttscorner Double

At Nuttscorner Oval on Saturday 19th og June North West racer Darren McGeady put his recent poor form behind him to claim a heat and final brace in the 2.0 Hot Rods. After Feargal McNally opened the night with a win in heat one from Adam Heatrick, McGeady took over to win the other two races on the programme. Heatrick completed a hat-trick of second spots, with European Champion Andy Best third over the line in the final in his new Saxo, ahead of Shane Murray who was behind the wheel of the Davy McCall Tigra.

Results

Heat One: 988 Feargal McNally, 342, 900, 920, 13, 995, 903, 70, 982, 935.
Heat Two: 900 Darren McGeady, 342, 988, 933, 935, 70, 968, 13, 995, 904.
Final: 900 Darren McGeady, 342, 949, 70, 988, 13, 903, 920, 935, 904.

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Added: 17/6/10
Campbell double at damp Nuttscorner

At Nuttscorner Oval on Sunday 13th June former British Champion Garry Campbell was in fine form in the 2.0 Hot Rods. Second behind Feargal McNally in heat two was the only blot on his record as he recorded a fine heat and final double, and with it a return to the red grade from next week. Glenn McDowell, showing great speed in the wet, and recent Golden Helmet winner Shane Murray followed Garry home in the feature race.

Results

Heat One: 933 Garry Campbell, 988, 904, 903, 902, 935, 920, 70, 13, 982.
Heat Two: 988 Feargal McNally, 933, 902, 70, 935, 920, 13, 982, 948, 903.
Final: 933 Garry Campbell, 13, 70, 903, 988, 982, 968, 920, 904, 902.

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Added: 17/6/10
Poulter takes Foxhall Treeble

At the last meeting at Ipswich for the 2 Litre's ahead of the world final, there was a hat-trick of wins Richard Poulter.

Results

Heat 1 = 175 Richard Poulter, 8, 209, 6, 110, 108, 543, 306, 304, 308
Heat 2 = 175 Richard Poulter, 6, 565, 8, 96, 209, 30, 308, 304, 82
Final = 175 Richard Poulter, 565 Dan Smith, 304 Danny Fiske, 8, 75, 82, 96, 60, 30, 43

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