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Welcome To DMCRacePromotions.com
We are Northern Ireland's premier Short Oval Motor Racing promotion, bringing you the very best in Stock Car, Hot Rod and Banger racing since 2003. We promote top flight race meetings at both Tullyroan Oval near Dungannon and Aghadowey Oval near Coleraine. From the high speed, high octane National Hot Rods, to the thrill a minute wreck 'em racing of the National Bangers, DMC Race Promotions have something for everyone, from the serious motorsport enthusiast to the family looking for a day out with a difference.

Coming Fixtures
Tullyroan Oval
26/11/2017 @ 2pm

2L Non Mondeo National Bangers 2017 Tullyroan Challenge Cup
Ninja Karts 2017 Champion of Champions & Individual Achievement Award

plus Lightning Rods, Superstox & ProStocks

Aghadowey Oval
26/12/2017 @ 2pm

Boxing Day Bash!
Caravan Destruction Derby

plus Stock Rods, ProStocks, Ninja Karts,
Thunder Rods & Junior Productions

Tullyroan Oval
30/12/2017 @ 2pm

Big Van Bangers Van-dalism!
Reliant Robins 2017 Irish Championship

plus Lightning Rods, Superstox & Rookie Bangers


 

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The 1300cc Stock Car Association would like to draw drivers attention to the following rules;

15.5 If the boot floor and rear chassis has been removed this can only go back as far as the centre line of the back wheels.

And

36.7 Spare wheel well can be removed but MUST be replaced with flat plate up to the centre line of the rear axle (the centre line is determined by the centre of the stubs).


It has been observed by the association that there are several cars which have been built and raced in the last year that have had the rear of the floor removed.

The ORIGINAL floor must be COMPLETE to the centre of the rear wheels, the only other metal allowed to be removed is the half mooned shape of the remaining spare wheel well.
ALL cars, both new and those which were first raced before 1 January 2016 MUST comply with this rule

The association have given a time period until 1 April 2017 when all cars which are either new or were first raced after 1 January 2016 must meet the above rule or will not be allowed to race. Any re fitted metal must be the ORIGINAL manufactured floor and NOT steel plate.

This is a joint statement from the 1300 Stockcar Association and will apply to ALL Promotions.

Drivers are also reminded that it is their responsibility to ensure cars are built to the rule book. If you are unsure about anything you should contact your promotion.

Added: 19/01/17

All the 2017 Rules & Regulations for our formulae have now been added to the website, and the formula pages have been given something of a refresh too.

The only exceptions are ProStocks and Thunder Rods, which will follow in due course.

Added: 09/01/16

A Thunder Rods drivers meeting will be held in The Brown Trout Inn, Aghadowey on Wednesday 11th January at 8pm. All aspects of the formula will be discussed during the meeting, after which the 2017 Rules & Specifications will be finalised and published. DMC Race Promotions want to get the drivers input into any changes that may be made ahead of the 2017 season.

All current and prospective drivers are encouraged to attend.

Added: 06/01/17

The 2017 DMC Race Promotions Driver Contract forms are now available on our website. If possible drivers should download a form and send it to us in advance at our
Dungannon Racing Office - this will save valuable time at the opening meetings of the new season.

For 2017 Stock Rods can be licenced directly through DMC Race Promotions, with no need to go through Spedeworth Motorsports as in recent years.

To view all the forms, click on 'Drivers' on the menu bar above and then select 'General Information' from the drop
down list.

Added: 04/01/17

An entertaining afternoon of racing in cold but dry conditions brought in 2017 with a bang at Tullyroan Oval on New Years Day. There was impressive action across all five classes on show at the meeting sponsored by Cirrus Plastics of Portadown. Birches star Dave Haugh won the headlining Big Van Bangers Van-dalism event, with other feature race wins going to Aaron McNeilly (Superstox), Willie Stewart (1300 Stock Cars), Paul O'Connor (Rookie Bangers) and Dan Shannon (ProStocks).

The turnout was a little lower than in previous years, but as always the Big Van Bangers didn't fail to entertain! Amongst the Transits was Stevo McGrath's huge Mercedes Campervan, and he duly took on anyone or anything in his path. The opening race was for the Van-dalism title, and McGrath fought a race long battle with Davy Patton in which he almost destroyed his opponents short wheel base Transit. Usual Lightning Rod star Ally Neill set the early pace until he got involved in the drama, which allowed Irish Banger Champion Dave Haugh to go ahead and take the win, with McGrath classed as the only other finisher.
Broken suspension halted the McGrath Merc in the Allcomers, which went the way of Leonard Dunn after an entertaining scrap with Haugh. The last van moving Destruction Derby ended the day, and it was no surprise to see McGrath take victory in this one after smashing Dunn's Transit to pieces on the back straight. Patton took the award for Best Wreck, with McGrath unsurprisingly crowned Entertainer of the Day.

Scottish drivers Barry Stephen, Colin Frame and David Frame joined the local stars to produce three excellent Superstox encounters, the first of which fell to a flying Lee Davison over Aaron McNeilly and David Frame. Gary Grattan and Stephen exchanged some hostile hits which certainly kept the fans on the banks on their toes! Heat two saw Lanarkshire flyer David Frame power through for the victory, relegating McNeilly with just three to go to land the win, with Grattan in third.
McNeilly had been knocking on the door all afternoon with two runner up places in the heats, but he went one better to land the final victory after a very impressive drive indeed. The improving Cyril Hawe led the early laps before McNeilly powered through to the front. Despite Colin Frame's best efforts over the final laps it was to be McNeilly's day, with Scottish duo C Frame and Stephen chasing him home.

The 1300 Stock Cars entertained as the always do, with plenty of bumperwork and close finishes the order of the day. Calvin Blake went ahead just after half way in the opening heat, and held off a last lap assault from Irish Champion Ivan Elliott to take the win. Elliott's car died after the contact on the leader, opening the door for Willie Stewart and Michael Logan to fill out the top three. Jonny Patterson and the Logan held sway out front in the second heat before Willie Stewart sliced through to take the win over Jon McQuillan and Logan.
The final was also action packed, with Patterson the early leader before Blake moved ahead. Despite Calvin's best efforts Stewart was able to move ahead and complete his double for the afternoon. Elliott, Blake and Anthony McIvor filled out the places.

There was high drama in the ProStocks, as William McFaul crossed the line first in all three races but then failed the post final technical checks which led to him being excluded from all results for the afternoon. That handed the opening heat win to returning former European Champion Greg McMullan. Jonny Watson, on his first on track appearance for a number of years, inherited the heat two win in his borrowed car whilst Irish Champion Dan Shannon took home the all important final trophy. One had to feel for McMullan though, as he led the final until just three laps from the finish before being dumped into the wall by the later-to-be-excluded McFaul.

The Rookie Bangers will become a regular fixture at Tullyroan Oval in 2017, and three exciting encounters gave the fans a taster of what to expect. Action aplenty with spins and crashes commonplace was the order of the day, with Dickie King the winner in both heats ahead of Johnny Murray. The final was the best race of the day, with Paul O'Connor hitting the front when it mattered most to take the win over King and Conor Finnegan.
Photos with thanks to Brian Lammey & Ed Fahey
Added: 02/01/17

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