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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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Latest News
Saturday Night was the annual Moffett Shield for Superstox at Tullyroan Oval. The winner of the heats were Heat One 938 Chris McArdle and Heat Two 933 Warren Martin. The winner of the Moffett Shield was Chris McArdle followed by 914 Lee Davidson & 907 Denver Grattan.

The Golden Helmet for Ninja Karts was won by 939 Stewart Hanna followed by 924 Jack Morrow and 923 Jay Clyde. Heat winners were Heat One 924 Jack Morrow & Heat Two 923 Jay Clyde.

The Prostocks were racing for the second round of the McElmeel Mobility Services Supreme Series Round 2. Final winners were 17 Stephen McCready, followed by 941 Adam White & 63 William McFaul. No 17 Stephen McCready won both heats.

There was a good turn out of Junior Productions. 902 Matthew Nicholl won the Final. Runner up 909 Adam Weir & 903 Adam McFall in third position. Heat winners were Heat One 902 Matthew Nicholl & Heat Two 909 Adam Weir.
The Thunder Rods made their trip from Aghadowey Oval. The winner of the Tullyroan Challenge Cup was 22 Curtis Greer, 26 Peter Henderson in second and 20 David Wilson in third position. Heat winners were Heat One 16 Samuel Montgomery & Heat Two 908 Norman Purdy.

Thank you to David Haugh & Jonathan Murdock for entertaining the crowd in the Caravan Destruction Derby.

Tullyroan Oval would like to appologise for the problems with the Lighting system during the Destruction Derby.

Saturday nights race meeting was kindly sponsored by Stewarts Garage of Portadown and Tats & Tails Professional Dog grooming services. Andrew Stewart competes in elite National Hot Rods. Stewarts Garage (Tel 0283833 1632) carry out car and light commercial repairs as well as providing a recovery service. Andrews wife Leanne is behind Tats & Tails Dog Grooming Service (Tel 028 3831 8329/ 07788 497184). Tats & Tails offer a a professional service 6 days a week. Their Motto is "big or small we love them all”. Remember folks to support those who support our sport.

Next weekend sees a large band of our drivers travelling to Hednesford Hills raceway for the annual National Championship weekend. Up to twenty of our National Hot Rod drivers will make the trip to the Staffordshire based raceway to compete in the National Championship. Defending National Champion Gary Woolsey and World Champion Adam Maxwell will lead the entry list as well as newly crowned British Champion Jordan Rochford and World Champion Gary Beggs who will lead the Lightning Rod Challenge. Not forgetting the current European and National Champion Derek McMillan who will want to defend his National title at Hednesford in the Stock Rods.
Racing is back in action again at Aghadowey Oval Saturday 13th August. Classic Hot rods Irish Series Round 4, 2.0 Hot Rods King of Aghadowey, Thunder Rods king of Aghadowey, Lightning Rods M.O. Auto Repairs Challenge Series Round 2 plus Superstox.

Next up we have a full feast of race action back at Aghadowey Oval as more championships come to the North West venue. Aghadowey Oval Saturday 20th August. Stock Rods PC Paints & Components British Championship, Ninja Karts LJN Motorsport National Championship, National Hot rods Hankook World Series NI Round 2 the feature races. ProStocks and 1300 Stock Cars complete the line up.

We are back racing at Tullyroan Oval the next day Sunday 21st August. As the Ninja Karts will battle it out for their Irish Open Championship title and the Stock Rods will race for the Tullyroan Challenge Cup. Both race meetings at Aghadowey and Tullyroan Oval are sure to feature visiting drivers from England, Scotland and the Republic of Ireland. 2.0 Hot Rods, Lightning Rods & Junior Productions complete the line up.

Many thanks to our meeting sponsors, Stewart's Garage, Portadown and Tats and Tails Professional Dog Groomers
Added: 02/08/16

There will be a Practice Night at Tullyroan Oval on Tuesday August 2nd from 6pm-9.30pm. All formulas are welcome and the cost is £25 per car.


Added: 31/07/16

Congratulations to the championship winners at our Summer Speedweekend.

2.0 Hot Rods 2016 European Champion - 923 Stephen Emerson
Lightning Rods 2016 British Champion - 977 Jordan Rochford
ProStocks 2016 Irish Open Champion - 215 Leonard Dunn
1300 Stock Cars 2016 Irish Masters Champion - 52 Aaron Rainey
Lightning Rods 2016 Irish Open Champion - 974 Gary Beggs
2.0 Hot Rods 2016 Irish Masters Champion - 71 Gordon Alexander
ProStocks 2016 Irish Masters Champion - 17 Stephen McCready

More to follow...

Added: 26/07/16

The latest points for a number of our classes have now been updated.

In the Maxwell Freight Services NI Points Championship for the Lightning Rods, Jordan Rochford has a clear lead over Vince Litter at the head of the chart, whilst Ally Neill is the surprise leader of the 2017 World Championship qualifying chart after the opening round.

The Raymond Harper Automotive ProStocks NI Points Championship sees European Champion Stephen McCready at the top of the standings, ahead of Stephen Boyd and Dan Shannon, whilst Stephen Reynolds tops the Fast Paintworx DMC Championship for the National Bangers with just one round remaining before our qualifiers for the World Final are confirmed.

Curtis Greer heads Jon McQuillan and Ivan Elliott in the Rainey Racing 1300 Stock Cars NI Points Championship, with Greer also now declared the winner of the 2016 World Championship Qualifying chart ahead of next month's World Final at Kings Lynn.

In the Wash 'n' Dash Junior Productions NI Points Championship, Drew McKeown leads the way ahead of Shea Duff, whilst John Stewart leads Haley Bevan in the Bevan Motorsport Reliant Robins NI Points standings.

Finally, some of our mini-series have been updated too, with Derek McMillan leading the way in the MR Fabrication Challenge Series for the Stock Rods and Gary Chambers holding a slender lead in the Superstox NIOvalTV Series.

To view the latest points, click on 'Drivers' in the menu bar above, then 'Points & Grades' and then select the desired formula from the drop down menu. All drivers should note that their correct roof colour should be applied as laid down in their formula's Rules & Regulations. Checks will be carried out over the coming meetings and offenders may be forced to start from the rear of the field.
Added: 19/07/16

A fine Saturday evening at Tullyroan Oval produced some excellent race action, with five formulae entertaining the local race fans. A bruising 1300 Stock Cars Tullyroan Challenge Cup fell to Antrim's Nicky Lowry, with the Junior Productions Tullyroan Challenge Cup going the way of Bleary teenager Drew McKeown. Banbridge ace Denver Grattan was the winner of a pulsating Superstox final, with other wins at the LMC Trade Sales of Dungannon sponsored meeting falling to local Tullyroan ace Allen Cherry in the 2.0 Hot Rods and European Champion Stephen McCready in the ProStocks.

The hard-hitting 1300 Stock Cars entertained right throughout the meeting as only they can do, with the opening exchanges in the first heat setting the standard for the rest of the night. As the bumpers went piling in, form man Curtis Greer emerged with the lead before losing out to a flying Ivan Elliott. As Elliott took the win, NIcky Lowry slipped into second ahead of Greer. The second heat picked up where the first had left off, with more drama right from the green flag as Anthony McIvor muscled his way through the field. Out of the excitement Elliott again found himself ahead, and took his second win of the night over Jon McQuillan and Lowry.
The first attempt to get the final started saw a huge home straight rollover for McIvor in his Toyota Starlet before they had even passed the green flag! The Coleraine man is made of stern stuff, and quickly dusted himself down and took his place for the complete restart! There was more mayhem at the second time of asking, with polesitter Elliott unceremoniously dumped into the turn four concrete and out of contention. That opened the door for Lowry to nip ahead, and despite the best attentions of McQuillan, Greer and McIvor that was how they crossed the line. Lowry was great value for his Challenge Cup win after a great night's action from the 1300's.

The other Tullyroan Challenge Cup on offer was for the Junior Productions, also decided using the reverse grid system with aggregate points determining the grid for the all important final. Matthew Nicholl led the opening heat away, before Drew McKeown nipped ahead just before half distance. Drew pulled clear to lead Matthew over the line with Shea Duff in third. Ben Bruce led the opening laps of heat two, holding off a determined pack behind. He then got muscled out of things on the Tullyroan Bend as the whole field bunched up. Graham Meek impressively went ahead before losing out to Duff and McKeown nearing the end. Duff was initially dropped two places for his part in Bruce's demise, but after video evidence was viewed he was reinstated to the win.
Star men McKeown and Duff led the Tullyroan Challenge Cup final away from the front row, with Duff soon losing out to Nicholl. Shea wasted little time getting back to second before a caution period when Sam McNeice hit trouble. McKeown led them back into battle before an audacious move by Duff to take the lead ended in disaster for the Crumlin lad as he sustained a puncture which finished his race. That left McKeown to cruise home to a deserved victory over Nicholl and Jack Hazlett.

Recent newcomer Aaron McNeilly underlined his ability by dominating the Superstox heats as the single-seaters contested the second round of the NIOvalTV Series. Aaron has improved greatly in his few months in the formula, and took a clear win in the opener over Conor Murphy and Sean Mark. The star men again failed to make an impact in the second heat, as McNeilly again raced home to the flag, again ahead of Murphy in second with Jordan Robinson this time in third.
With McNeilly upgraded to the yellows courtesy of his double heat win, it was Murphy who seized his chance to pull clear at the start of the final, with a new race tyre up for grabs courtesy of NIOvalTV. Robinson was doing his best to run him down, whilst once again the star names were making slow progress from the rear. That all changed however when Andrew Morrow's engine let go into turn three, covering the track in oil and bringing out the caution with Andrew, Mark and the luckless Lee Davison all hard in the wall. With the field now closed up, Robinson quickly went ahead on the restart, dusting Murphy out to the wall in the process. Jordan now had Irish Champion Denver Grattan chasing him down, and he went for the hit into turn one on the last lap. Jordan did his best to come back into the final turn, but failed to unseat Grattan who took the honours after what had been a fairly subdued night from him up until the second half of the feature race. Robinson was great value in second ahead of Jack Gilpin.

Dean McFarland led the opening heat of the 2.0 Hot Rods until half distance, when Jack Boal surged ahead to take a morale boosting victory. Allen Cherry was second over the line whilst Jason Devlin inherited third after Wayne Woolsey was disqualified for an earlier clash with Joel Richardson. Colin McFarland was the early leader in the second outing, before Cherry put a great outside pass on him to race clear for the win. Devlin again impressed in second with Richardson third in this one.
Cherry once again got himself clear of his fellow blue graders early in the final to chase after C McFarland who was setting the pace once again. As Cherry hit the front, Woolsey was making great strides towards the front, relegating Boal and Devlin to get a clear sight of the leader. Wayne turned up the wick over the closing segment of the race, arriving on Cherry's back bumper just as the laps ran out. Allen therefore completed his double to earn a rise to the star grade and more importantly a big morale boost ahead of next week's European Championship at Aghadowey. Behind Woolsey in second, Devlin, Boal and Stephen Emerson completed the top five.

The ProStocks put on a bruising display when most expected the opposite, given that their Irish Open Championship was just a week away! Lady racer Crystal Murray led the opener away from the white grade, but Jordan McCann chased her down and went ahead to take the win, but only after a quick Stewards Enquiry into his start to the event. Adam White took second, with Davy Wright inheriting third after his brother Robbie was disqualified from the meeting for an incident during the final later in the evening. Early yellows for James Goldie and then Adam McCready in the second heat eroded Murray's lead, with the impressive new car of McCann again surging ahead. Jordan lost out to a flying Stephen McCready in the final few laps, with the European Champion taking the win over McCann and Stephen Boyd.
Murray again led the final away before an ugly incident between Robbie Wright and Goldie saw Goldie nursing a very bent car and Wright facing a spell on the sidelines. Murray again led initially until White charged ahead. McCready was in contention once again, although it almost ended in disaster as he and White became hooked together into turn one. McCready escaped as Adam ended his race in the wall, with Stephen then reeling off the final laps to complete his double for the evening. Dan Shannon kept McCready honest in second, with Boyd and McCann next up.

An entertaining Ramp Rollover Challenge fell to event specialist Mark Cairns ahead of Rab Wharry.
Added: 17/07/16

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