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Added: 6/6/10
Murray's Wash 'N' Dash win

Nuttscorner Oval 5/6/2010 On yet another night of top class racing action at Nuttscorner Oval, Irish Champion Shane Murray showed his speed when he took a heat and final double on his way to lifting the Wash ‘n’ Dash Challenge Trophy for the 2.0 Hot Rods on June 5th. With the reverse grid system in operation, Adam Hylands showed well to win the first heat from Glenn McDowell and the impressive Denver McLean, before Murray was followed home in the second encounter by Garry Campbell and European Champion Andy Best. Murray netted pole for the final, sharing the front row with Best. Murray duly led them away with McLean keeping him honest all the way. Try as he may, Denver couldn’t quite get on terms with the leader and it was Murray who put in what looked like a flawless performance to take a wire to wire victory. McLean was second, and these two will surely be at the head of our World Championship hopes next month at Ipswich. Hylands will no doubt be delighted at his excellent third spot, ahead of Glenn McDowell.

Results

Nuttscorner Oval 5/6/2010 Wash N Dash Trophy
Reverse Grid Heats
Heat One: 54 Adam Hylands, 13, 903, 968, 982, 949, 70, 902, 988, 920.
Heat Two: 70 Shane Murray, 933, 949, 982, 902, 903, 900, 988, 935, 941.
Wash ‘n’ Dash Challenge Trophy Final: 1st 70 Shane Murray, 2nd 903 Denver McLean, 3rd 54 Adam Hylands, 13, 902, 982, 949, 933, 935, 968.

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Added: 31/5/10
Another Blue Roof Shut Out at Nuttscorner

Nuttscorner Oval 29/5/2010 On a night of high drama in the 2.0 Hot Rods at Nuttscorner Oval on Saturday night, May 29th, Wayne McClure took home the winners trophy after a superb showing of wet weather driving in the MBB Quality homes sponsored meeting. Both heats had earlier fallen to Derek Martin as he wrapped up the World Championship qualifying points title, the second of which came after on the road winner McClure was docked for earlier contact during the race. The night started quite literally with a bang, as on lap one of heat one Philip Beatty became one of the first, if not the first, to roll a Hot Rod of any description at Nuttscorner Oval, as he slid down the home straight on his roof after the frantic activity amongst the star grade became just too close. Philip and his team deserve enormous credit for getting the Nova back out for heat two. In the race for World Final qualification, Davy Clarke and Denver McLean were hard at it for the final spot all night. Clarke edged ahead after heat one, before Denver's second spot in heat two gave him the advantage as Clarke retired. It all boiled down to the final, and for quite a while it looked like it was going to sensationally end up all square, only for Denver to nip past Gary Wilson with 2 to go and nick the spot by 1 point after a whole year of racing. If nothing else, it should add another paragraph to Denver's Best Man speech at Davy's wedding on Friday!!!

Results

Heat One: 920 Derek Martin, 933, 995, 941, 968, 54, 982, 13, 70, 903.
Heat Two: 920 Derek Martin, 903, 941, 70, 968, 933, 982, 902, 54, 13.
Final: 941 Wayne McClure, 995, 920, 968, 54, 70, 13, 903, 982, 902.

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Added: 29/5/10
Nuttscorner Oval Sunday 23/5/2010

The 2 Litre Hot Rods reached the penultimate round of their NI World Qualifying campaign on Sunday May 23rd at Nuttscorner Oval. Having watched his Uncle Mark take the final victory last week, Adam Heatrick repeated the feat for the family with a controlled drive to the chequered flag, as Adam Hylands and Davy Clarke closed in nearing the end. Clarke earlier inherited the win in the first heat after on-the-road victor Wayne McClure lost all his positions for the day after failing the post-meeting weight checks. New points leader Derek Martin followed Davy home in that one, whilst Glen Hetherington took the other heat win with Martin again on his heels as runner-up. The final qualifier takes place this weekend, May 29th, and it’s sure to be a drama packed evening of top racing.

Results

Heat One: 995 Davy Clarke, 920, 903, 54, 968, 13, 342, 982, 949, 902.
Heat Two: 968 Glen Hetherington, 920, 995, 54, 935, 342, 982, 949, 70, 13.
Final: 342 Adam Heatrick, 54, 995, 968, 920, 70, 949, 902, 935, 982.

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Added: 18/5/10
Payne takes Aldershot Final

Aldershot, Sunday 16th May. Dan Payne took the final win at Aldershot on Sunday 16th of May, coming in ahead of Jamie White and Martin Coding in the meeting final. Heat one went the way of Kevin Down, with Wellman runner up in the opener, before going one better in heat two, taking the win ahead of Rick Pannel.

Results

Heat 1 = 108 Kevin Down, 8, 60, 209, 82, 310, 306, 75, 22, 57
Heat 2 = 8 Damon Wellman, 39, 310, 22, 304, 75, 82, 60, 175, 565
Final = 22 Dan Payne, 50 Jamie White, 30 Martin Codling, 56, 75, 39, 300, 303, 565, 57

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Added: 18/5/10
Heatrick's Friday Final

Nuttscorner Oval, Friday 14th May. With the North West 200 Road races taking place in Northern Ireland on Saturday, the Nuttscorner Oval meeting this weekend took place on the Friday night. National Hot Rod star man Mark Heatrick picked up his first 2.0 Hot Rod final win when he took the flag in the Truffles Restaurant and Guest House sponsored feature race at the meeting on Friday May 14th. Having been fortunate enough to draw pole position in the blue grade, Heatrick stormed into the early lead and was never headed, despite the best efforts of former British Champion Garry Campbell, who spent many laps trying to wrestle his Corsa by on the outside line. Heatrick held on for the win from Derek Martin and Davy Clarke. Earlier, the heats saw a welcome return to the podium for Adam Hylands in heat one, before Clarke took heat two where Wayne McClure set a new lap record of 14.66s for the class, no doubt helped by the switch to the new soft compound of Hoosier tyres.

Results

Heat One: 54 Adam Hylands, 968, 920, 995, 342, 941, 933, 949, 70, 975.
Heat Two: 995 Davy Clarke, 960, 941, 920, 933, 342, 54, 903, 968, 900.
Final: 960 Mark Heatrick, 920, 995, 941, 342, 54, 982, 70, 903, 933.

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Added: 7/5/10
The Blues Dominate at Ovalfest

Another meeting and yet another blue grade washout as the red tops once again failed to find the chequered flag at Nuttscorner oval on Bank Holiday Monday. This meeting was part of the MayDay Ovalfest which was run by OvalRacingNI, an amalgamation of all 3 top Ulster promotions. The three races in actual fact fell to drivers who have dropped to the blues after the recent regrading, and Dungannon's Davy Clarke it was who got the ball rolling with a fine win in heat one, with former British Champion Garry Campbell chasing him home in second. Campbell was again the runner-up in heat two, this time behind fellow former British Champ Wayne McClure, as he steered his pretty Saxo to the chequers. Come the final, we were down in numbers following a few skirmishes during the heats as the racing continues to be ridiculously close. Derek Martin had earlier left the arena on the back of the breakdown, but the youngster was back on form to claim the magnificent Ovalfest trophy for the feature race winner. Campbell was again the bridesmaid for the third time in one afternoon, with National Hot Rod star man Mark Heatrick having his best run to date in the 2 Litres in third.

Results

Heat One: 995 Davy Clarke, 933, 70, 960, 920, 975, 13, 949, 982, 903.
Heat Two: 941 Wayne McClure, 933, 995, 968, 975, 949, 903, 935, 970, 926.
Final: 920 Derek Martin, 933, 960, 968, 342, 903, 982, 949, 975, 902.

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Added: 4/5/10
Reed takes First Title to become English Champion!

Wimbledon, 2nd May Heat 1 Start Grid- Drawn out of the hat 1.110 2.566 3.10 4.565 5.300 6.175 7.304 8.209 9.146 10.60 As the green flag was dropped, carnage on the first corner resulted in many cars spinning and a full restart being forced. Richard Poulter in car 175, Chris Crane in 75, 38 Mark constable, and car 82 Paul Jones were all disqualified for continuing to race under the red flags, and were not allowed to re join. So once again to green flag came down, and Jason Wilkes in 110 got a good start to lead, while 209 Weaver had come through the pack in to second, with a chasing Paffey in car 60, and Reed in 306 on his heels. As the gap increased between the 110 car and the rest of the pack so a blown head gasket forced a retirement from the leader, leaving Weaver to take up the lead. Weaver took the chequered flag, but a black cross promoted Paffey to take the race win. Result 1.60 2.306 3.209- Docked x2 4.304 5.300 6.56 7.10 8.308- Docked x4 9.6 10.96- Docked x2 Heat 2- Reverse Grid of Heat 1 1.43 2.31 3.72 4.75 5.30 6.38 7.108 8.6 9.310 10.56 As heat 2 got under way, Wright in car 43 got a good start leaving a chasing Jowers in car 31 to tuck in behind on the inside line. As the top two cars started to pull away from the pack, Jowers could not seem to find a way round Wright. William Reed in Car 306 had worked hard from the middle of the pack to get up to sixth position and was dicing with Cooper in car 308. As the chequered flag came out so Wright took the win followed by Jowers and Chris Crane in car 75. Result 1.43 2.31 3.75 4.72 5.566 6.30 7.6 8.306 9.308 10.310 Final Grid 1.306 2.60 3.43 4.31 5.308 6.304 7.6 8.72 9.300 10.30 With two good results Reed found himself in pole position, the rain had stayed away all evening to produce a great’s night racing, and so the final commenced! As the race started 306 got a great start with Wright getting straight in to second, and Paffey taking a wider line than expected. Cooper and Jowers were dicing for third, with Cooper taking Jowers, and then Jowers returning the move the next lap. An incident involving Danny Fiske in car 304, and Paffey resulted in Fiske being spun on the infield. The saxo of Poulter car 175 pulled off in to the infield as well as Paffey. As Reed continued to lead and Wright continued to chase, the laps were ticking away. As Mr starter waved the chequered flag Reed took his first title in the 2 litres to become English champion. Result 1.306- English Champion 2.43 3.82 4.310 531 6.6 7.308 8.96 9.300 10.565 (After much docking 82 Paul Jones was promoted to 3rd) Report: Lucy Purple

Results

Heat 1 = 60 Mark Paffey, 306, 209, 304, 300, 56, 10, 308, 6, 96
Heat 2 = 43 Paul Wright, 31, 75, 72, 30, 306, 308, 6, 310, 60
Final - English Championship = 306 William Reed, 43 Paul Wright, 82 Paul Jones, 310, 31, 6, 308, 96, 300, 565

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Added: 29/4/10
McDowell Takes Nuttscorner Final

With a bumper crowd on hand, said by many to be a record for the circuit, for the big Shamwreck National Banger event, the 2 Litre Hot Rods had a marvelous stage to show their class at Nuttscorner Oval on Sunday April 25th. 25 cars were on hand for this one, and once again the star graders failed to win a race. Philip Beatty steered his Nova to a fine win in heat one from John Murray, before the popular Leigh Nicholl led home David McMenemy in heat two. Former Irish Champion Glenn McDowell had been knocking on the door all day with a couple of thirds in the heats, and he made it count in the final with a commanding victory over McMenemy and Beatty, with Shane Murray top star man in fourth.

Results

Heat One: 935 Philip Beatty, 970, 13, 918, 50, 988, 920, 902, 933, 997.
Heat Two: 902 Leigh Nicholl, 918, 13, 941, 70, 903, 982, 988, 50, 968.
Final: 13 Glenn McDowell, 918, 935, 70, 925, 50, 997, 982, 995, 949.

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Added: 27/4/10
Down takes Northampton Final

With a vast grid of cars a 2/3rds grid made up the running order for the 2 litres on sunday. A grey and dull start to the day ment that many expected rain, but it manage to hold off all day to stay bright. Heat 1 Start Graded Order As the cars lined up on the grid 162 Paul Trimmer tried hard to clear a mis-fire but was unsuccessful and had to pull off, unable to start the race. Car 6 Graham Fulker was lucky not to pick up any damage as the flags went green, and his car was powerless, he managed to roll it into the infield as the rest of the pack came through. 565 and 108 diced for the lead with 565 getting through to race the last few laps to victory. 96 Kevin Randell was black flagged for persistent contact. 1. 565 (Dan Smith) 2.108 (Kevin Down) 3.30 (Martin Codling) 4.412 (Mark Peck) 5.306 (Will Reed) 6.50 (Jamie White) 7.566 (Marc Crome) 8.110 (Jason Wilkes) 9.75 (Chris Crane) 10.43 ( Paul Wright) Heat 2 Start Graded Order A dramatic start saw 38 Mark Constable's wheel come flying off resulting in a spin for Mark Peck. A full restart for a further 4 laps and 543 Tommy Miller hit the wall and the race was back to waved yellows. 151 led from the yellows with 108 behind, many incidents involving 151 resulting in him being black flagged for erractic driving leaving 87 to come through to victory 1.87 (Jason Busby) 2.412 (Mark Peck) 3.306 (Will Reed) 4.108 (Kevin Down) 5.60 (Mark Paffey) 6.96 ( Kevin Randell) 7.56 Mark Freeman) 8.43 (Paul Wright) 9.209 (Kym Weaver) 10.175 (Chris Crane) Heat 3 Start Graded Order 151 led from the green flags but after putting down oil on the track he had to retire and waved yellows were out while they cleared the oil. 175 Richard Poulter led the pack in his new saxo first outing, and was unchalleged for the rest of the race to take the win in his new car. 1.175 (Richard Poulter) 2.8 (Damo Wellman) 3.87 (Jason Busby) 4.60 (Mark Paffey) 5.75 (Chris Crane) 6.565 (Dan Smith) 7.566 (Marc Crome) 8.204 (Carl Pye) 9.310 (Sean o'Leary) 10.50 (Jamie White) Final Start Graded Order 25 cars started the final, a big crash 2 laps in involving 50 Jamie White and 87 Jason Busby, ment that Jamies car was dragged to the infield, with 110 Jason Wilkes retiring too. 175 Poulter and 565 Dan Smith were disqualified from the race for what the stewards felt was their part in the mass pile up on turn 2, and were unable to take part in the rest of the race. As the race then continued minus those cars, another incident saw 87 Busby and 162 Trimmer come together, with Busby pushing trimmer the length of the straight side ways. 108 then led from the yellows with a fast Paffey and Wright coming through the pack quickly from almost the last cars on the grid. However as the laps ticked down there simpley wasnt enough laps to catch 108 and he took a well deserved win. 1.108 (Kevin Down) 2.306 (Will Reed) 3.43 (Paul Wright) 4.60 (Mark Paffey) 5.75 (Chris Crane) 6.96 (Kevin Randell)- docked x2 7.6 (Graham Fulker) 8.209 (Kym Weaver) 9.101 (Ian Sutton) 10.310 ( Sean o'Leary) On behalf of all those there at Northampton I would like to wish both the Junior Rod racer and banger driver that got taken to hospital a speedy recovery! :) Report: Lucy Purple

Results

Heat 1 (2/3 cars) = 565 Dan Smith, 108, 30, 412, 306, 50, 566, 110, 75, 43
Heat 2 (2/3 cars) = 87 Jason Busby, 412, 306, 108, 60, 96, 56, 43, 209, 175
Heat 3 (2/3 cars) = 175 Richard Poulter, 8, 87, 60, 75, 565, 566, 204, 310, 50
Final = 108 Kevin Down, 306 William Reed, 43 Paul Wright, 60, 75, 96, 6, 209, 101, 310

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Added: 20/4/10
Cooper Takes East Anglian Championship !!

A warm breezy Ipswich set the scene for the 2 litre Hot Rod East Anglian Chanmpionship on Saturday evening. A random grid draw for heat 1 and then a reverse grid for heat 2 set for a goods nights racing. Heat 1 Grid 1.306 2.566 3.10 4.39 5.43 6.6 Finish 1.306 2.43 3.308 4.75 5.39 6.60 William Reed led from start to finish in his orange Haird corsa, with Cooper hot on the heels of Wright in second. A great battle for second resulted in Wright just keeping the edge over Cooper to take second position with Cooper in third. Heat 2 Finish 1.146 2.82 3.565 4.22 5.56 565 came through to take a well earned third, with 146 taking a great win. A quick Mark Paffey in car 60 was coming through the cars, until a flat battery put paid to his rapid chase. Final Grid 1.75 2.308 3.146 4.43 5.110 6.565 Finish 1.308 2.75 3.110 4.43 5.306 An excellent final, many quoted 'the best race of the night!' Cooper took Crane off the line going straight in to the lead, leaving Wright and Crane to battle it out for second for the next few laps. Crane got the edge and Wright and Wilkes started the battle for third! This battle continued for the entire race, and produced some of the best hot rod racing of the night. Wright led up until the penultimate lap when Wilkes got underneath to go through to third. Ex World Champ Paffey had come through from the back of the grid to 7th, but the laps seemed to be running out for him. A smooth and untouchable Cooper cruised home to take the first 2 Litre Hot Rod Championship of 2010, followed by an unchallenged Crane in car 75, with Wilkes(110) in third and Wright(43) in fourth. Report: Lucy Purple Photo: Damian Savage

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Added: 19/4/10
McMenemy Takes Spoils at Nuttscorner Oval

Meeting three of the 2010 season at Nuttscorner Oval for the 2 Litre Hot Rods and once again it was a blue grade wash out from another excellent field of 25 rods. Former Irish Champion Glenn McDowell steered his Starlet to the heat one win, his first for a while, in what was a hectic race. Fluid had been dropped early on and saw several high profile spinners, before yellows were aired to calm the confusion. Following McDowell home were David McMenemy and European Champion Andy Best. Philip Beatty failed to start heat one, but made no mistake in heat two with a fine win from Leigh Nicholl and Wayne McClure’s pretty Saxo. McMenemy was the star turn in the final though, sweeping home to the silverware ahead of impressive novice grader Nigel McCauley in the ex-Jason Kew Corsa. John Murray was next up, with Gary Wilson the leading red top driver in fourth.

Results

Heat One: 13 Glenn McDowell, 918, 949, 920, 970, 982, 902, 70, 968, 903.
Heat Two: 935 Philip Beatty, 902, 941, 903, 970, 70, 968, 925, 949, 920.
Final: 918 David McMenemy, 904, 970, 982, 988, 13, 968, 995, 949, 920.

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Added: 12/4/10
Fergal Fronts the Field at Nuttscorner Oval

Meeting two of the 2010 Ulster season for the 2 Litre Hot Rods saw the star graders fail to score a win for the second week in succession. Veteran campaigner Alvin Doak steered his Tigra to the win in the first heat ahead of Irish Champion Shane Murray and novice grader Nigel McCauley, before Shane's father John took the flag in heat two. The 2002 World Champion was chased over the line by Feargal McNally's Peugeot 205 and Philip Beatty's Nova, before McNally went one better when he lifted the LMC Trade Sales trophy in the final. The Murrays, Shane and John in that order, chased him over the line at the end of another very good session from the 25-car field.

Results

Heat One: 948 Alvin Doak, 70, 904, 970, 13, 920, 975, 960, 50, 935.
Heat Two: 970 John Murray, 988, 935, 902, 903, 13, 968, 997, 933, 50.
Final: 988 Feargal McNally, 70, 970, 935, 903, 975, 997, 925, 982, 920.

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Added: 8/4/10
Campbell takes NI Opener

There were 28 2 Litre Hot Rods for Nuttscorner Oval’s opening meeting of the season on Easter Monday afternoon. With such a crowded track it was always going to be difficult for the star graders, and indeed World Champion Wayne Woolsey, European Champion Andy Best and Irish Champion Shane Murray all struggled to make much headway during the afternoon, although Woolsey did card a distant third in heat two. Dungannon’s David McMenemy was the star turn in the heats, taking his ex-Andy Lane Corsa to a brace of wins. Denver McLean had a great run in his immaculate new machine to second from the reds in heat one, with former World Champion John Murray showing excellent pace to card runner-up spot in heat two. McMenemy was instantly upgraded to blue for the final, and despite his best efforts it was Vince Campbell who sped through to claim the flag, with McMenemy second and John Murray third. Overall it was an excellent meeting, which bodes well for the season ahead.

Results

Heat 1- 918 David McMenemy, 903, 904, 970, 13, 935, 945, 995, 941, 933
Heat 2- 918 David McMenemy, 970, 50, 13, 904, 949, 70, 935, 903, 982
Final - 983 Vince Campbell, 918, 970, 904, 935, 997, 902, 13, 945, 968

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Added: 8/4/10
Smith Takes Arlington Opener

With upwards of twenty cars in action at the first Arlington meeting for the 2 Litre's this season, it was Daniel Smith who took the opening final win of the season. The heats were shared between Damon Wellman and Jason Busby

Results

Heat 1 - 8 Damon Wellman, 87, 146, 306, 199, 82, 310, 72, 304, 300
Heat 2 - 87 Jason Busby, 565, 146, 8, 38, 300, 306, 199, 304, 310
Final - 565 Daniel Smith, 306 William Reed, 31 Mick Jowers, 146, 82, 310, 8, 72, 75, 162

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Added: 16/3/10
Constable Takes Wimbledon Final

Mark Constable took the Wimbledon final on Sunday 14th of March, following heat wins from Ronald Wollington and Duane Peacock. Heat 1 (Graded Start) 28(Roland Wollington), 29, 310, 87, 31, 96, 56, 30, 38, 146 Heat 2 (Graded Start) 29(Duane Peacock), 310, 87, 31, 565- docked x2, 306, 300, 304-docked x2, 38, 308 A very fast paced tight race! Final (Graded Start) Final (Start Graded Order) 38(Mark Constable), 29, 29, 310, 146, 56, 565, 87, 308, 31, 75 Note: Car 31(Micky Jowers) was testing new softer compund tyres.

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