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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
24/9/2017 @ 2pm

Unlimited National Bangers Nutshaker 2017
plus The Stephen Bannon Memorial Trophy Destruction Derby
National Hot Rods Hankook Performance Tyres World Series NI Round 6
2.0 Hot Rods Hoosier Racing Tire Challenge Series Grand Final

plus Junior Productions & Ninja Karts

Tullyroan Oval
30/9/2017 @ 6.30pm

Lightning Rods 2017 Irish Championship
Junior Productions 2017 Irish Championship
Stock Rods MR Fabrications Challenge Series Grand Final
Classic Hot Rods Dilly Roofing Supplies Northern Ireland Series Round 7

plus 1300 Stock Cars

Aghadowey Oval
7/10/2017 @ 6.30pm

1300 Stock Cars 2017 National Championship & John Griffiths Memorial Trophy
Ninja Karts 2017 Irish Championship
Superstox 2017 Irish Championship
Stock Rods 2017 William Cooke Memorial Trophy

plus Thunder Rods


 

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Latest News
DMC Race Promotions in association with Spedeworth Motorsports are pleased to announce that we have reached agreement with the Dunsilly Hotel in Antrim to offer our travelling drivers and fans excellent discounted rates on rooms. The hotel is ideally situated mid-way between our two venues, Aghadowey Oval and Tullyroan Oval, and boasts excellent parking facilities for transporters and trailers.

The rates available per room are:
B&B Single: £60
B&B Double (or twin): £70
B&B Triple: £84
B&B Quad: £100

All rates include full breakfast, parking, unlimited WiFi access and VAT. Please quote 'DMC' when booking with the hotel or online.

For the locals not requiring rooms, why not support those who support our sport by dropping into the Dunsilly Hotel for their excellent food in the Dunsilly Grill or the Sunday Carvery?

Many thanks to our ProStock racer Crystal Murray, the Banqueting Manager at Dunsilly Hotel, for her help in putting this package together.

Added: 13/01/16

The 2016 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 season.

Stock Rods and National Hot Rods will once again be registered centrally by Spedeworth Motorsports, and their forms can also now be downloaded from our Drivers section.

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

Added: 12/01/16

All drivers in all formulae should note the following statement from the Oval Racing Council International (ORCi).

"With immediate effect, drivers will not be allowed to exit their cars whilst the race circuit is live i.e. under “green” racing conditions. This includes both drivers on the race track whose car has become immobilised and those who retire to the infield who must also remain in their cars with both their safety harness and helmet on. The only exception to this is where a car needs to be vacated in emergency conditions – i.e. fire etc. If a driver is in a car and feels there is a problem which officials may not be aware of which potentially makes staying there unsafe, they should indicate this to an official with the “thumbs down” signal who will then ask race control to suspend the race. It should be noted that in all cases, the primary cause(s) of the suspension/stoppage, shall be excluded for any re-run or re-start.

If a waved yellow caution or red flag race stoppage is instigated, drivers who are already on the centre must remain strapped in and with helmets on. Drivers who are in immobilised cars on other parts of the circuit may exit their cars whilst the race is suspended but must go into a designated area which is considered by the promotion to be the safest place to be whilst the race is live, which may well be off the track completely.

Drivers will be informed of where this area is by means of a driver briefing or driver handout. Drivers who are still unsure of where this area is should ensure they find out where it is before racing by contacting the Clerk of the Course or another senior official.

Please note that the above covers all formulas and race tracks within the ORC."

Added: 07/01/15

Following the festive season meetings, the latest points charts have now been updated.

In the 2016 World Championship qualifying points charts the respective leaders are now Wayne Woolsey (2.0 Hot Rods), Jordan Rochford (Lightning Rods), Denver Grattan (Superstox), Jonny Cardwell (Stock Rods) and Nicky Lowry (1300 Stock Cars). In the National Bangers, Stevo McGrath has consolidated his lead at the top of the DMC Race Promotions Championship after his DD win in the Big Van Bangers.

To view the points standings, click on the ‘Drivers’ tab on the menu bar above, and then select the appropriate formula from the drop down menu under ‘Points & Grades’.

Added: 06/01/16

There was no sign of a New Year hangover at Tullyroan Oval on Saturday January 2nd, when the huge crowd of oval race fans saw 2016 kick off in some style with a fantastic afternoon of race action. The big draw was the annual Big Van Bangers bash, which fell the way of Fivemiletown man Dean Farrell, whilst other feature race winners at the Cirrus Plastics of Portadown sponsored event were Ricky Shaw (Lightning Rods), Jack Morrow (Ninja Karts), Ashley Hawe (ProStocks) and Gary Grattan (Superstox).

The annual 'Van-dalism' event for the Big Van Bangers drew a superb array of machinery, ranging from Transits to ice cream vans and Stevo McGrath's large bus! McGrath would spend the day blocking the track and generally being a nuisance to the rest, and the crowd absolutely loved his antics! By the end of the meeting all the bodywork had disintegrated around him as he won the DD and easily captured the Entertainer of the Day award. The main Van-dalism race fell the way of Dean Farrell, who regained the lead after Davy Patton and Adrian McKinstry were both taken out of the running in no uncertain terms. The was action all around the raceway, with Willy Ogilby taking a huge knock on turn three. Farrell took an excellent and deserved victory ahead of Paul Gaffney's ambulance and a recovered Patton.
The Allcomers race saw Niall Lamb, Dave Haugh and Ogilby again in the wars in no uncertain terms, as Steven Reynolds nipped through to take a comfortable victory. The Destruction Derby was straight from the top drawer, as McGrath shed all his bodywork but still kept going, eliminating Reynolds to claim the victory before rounding the day off by cutting Rodney Herron's ice cream van completely in two with one last hit. It was an excellent afternoon from the Big Van Bangers as always.

A very healthy field of Lightning Rods included welcome visitors Ken Burke and Rory O'Brien. Ricky Shaw set the early pace in the opening heat, but a mid-race caution period closed the field up and allowed Irish Champion Winston Weir to nip by and take the victory. Shaw took second ahead of European Champion Nigel Jackson. From then on the meeting belonged to Shaw, as he took victory with ease in both the second heat and the final. Ally Neill and Mark McCambridge showed well to take the podium places in heat two, before a great run from Alastair Stewart saw him grab runner up slot in the final. A great four way battle for third fell the way of Jackson after a late burst on the outside line.

Jaydn Kelly and Josh Henderson were the latest recruits to the Ninja Karts scene, whilst there was new machinery for both Brandon Litter and Bobby Henderson. The impressive Curtis McConkey set the early pace in heat one, but he was powerless to stop a flying Jack Morrow from storming ahead to take the win. Corey Stirling and Aaron Ward took second and third. A mid race stoppage in heat two unfortunately saw race leader Daniel Stewart excluded for not stopping under the red flags. Lily Gallagher was the first to show at the restart and she sped home to record an impressive win over Morrow and Sam Percy.
After McConkey again set the pace in the final, Morrow surged past to hit the front. Despite some heavy backmarking traffic, Jack managed to hold the lead all the way to the chequered flag for his second win of the day. The impressive Percy was catching nearing the end but had to settle for the runner up spot ahead of Stirling in third.

The ProStocks entertained as always, with Adam McCready taking victory in the opening heat over Stephen Boyd and returnee Alan Haugh. Karl Smith was again the early leader in heat two, before McCready slithered past chasing his second win of the day. Ashley Hawe had other ideas though, as he bundled his way by to take the win over McCready and Conor McElmeel.
Smith again set the pace in the final, leading past the halfway stage but having to give best to the flying McCready. Hawe was closing fast though, and over the last few laps he eyed up his prey before going in hard with the bumper on the final turn. It was an excellent move, and as McCready was shunted wide Hawe came through to collect the trophy after a fine display.

The Superstox saw Portadown ProStocks star Stefan McClelland having a guest outing in the Lee Davison car, but the afternoon was all about Gary Grattan as he went through the card unbeaten. It sounds easy but it was far from it, as rapid yellow grader Stephen Stewart gave him plenty to chase in all three races. Gary reeled in Stephen to ease ahead five from home in the opening heat, with Irish Champion Denver Grattan taking third spot. The Grattan brothers made it a one two in the second heat, before Stewart got off to a cracking start in the final. As the laps ticked down Gary Grattan was edging ever closer, until he was right there with just one lap to go, setting up a real grandstand finish. Grattan went in with the bumper within yards of the line to collect his faultless treble to celebrate the recent birth of his son Rowdy, with Stewart and Denver Grattan filling out the top three.
Added: 03/01/16

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