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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
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

Tullyroan Oval
18/2/2018 @ 2pm

2L National Bangers 2018 Irish Teams Championship (4-a-side teams)
Also Superstox, Lightning Rods & Ninja Karts


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DMC Race Promotions and Spedeworth/Incarace would like to announce with immediate effect that all Lightning Rod Wheel Studs must protrude through the wheel nuts.

Added: 14/03/16

The 2016 ProStocks Rules & Regulations are now available online(amended version added 12/03).

To View the new rules, click on the lick below.

Added: 10/03/16

The latest points charts are now available for Stock rods and National Bangers following last Saturday's meeting at Aghadowey Oval.

In the Stock Rods 2016 World Championship qualifying chart, Irish Champion Jonny Cardwell continues to lead the way, ahead of Chris Gordon and Stevie McNiece.

In the Fast Paintworx National Bangers DMC Points Championship, defending champion Stevo McGrath is still top of the chart ahead of Paul Gaffney and Davy Patton.

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: 10/03/16

On a bitterly cold day at Aghadowey Oval, the National Bangers produced some spectacular action to get the 2016 oval racing season underway. The Irish Teams Championship was the main event of the afternoon, and it was Superteam, led by Dublin's Steven Reynolds and also featuring English trio Chris Hide, Liam Hide and Gavin Perryman who landed the spoils. Amidst the destruction all around the circuit, Chris Hide took a brace of wins in a heat and the final. There were also feature race wins at the Hoggs Bar of Loughgall sponsored meeting for Ben McCully (Stock Rods), Dan Shannon (ProStocks) and Lee McCloy (Thunder Rods).

An entry of almost 50 cars assembled for the 2L National Bangers Irish Teams Championship, the first time the annual event had been staged at the Aghadowey circuit. There was some heavy hitting all round the track all day long, with Krash Krew and Team Sour having something of a private battle which certainly entertained the fans. The Midnight Moochers and The Mob from Scotland were also well involved too, as Chris Hide from Superteam landed the opening win of the day over local lad Stephen Boyd of Bad Company. Heat Two saw Willie McFaul of Bad Company take the victory over Team Buckle's Willy Ogilby, before William McFaul gave Bad Company their second win of the afternoon in heat three to extend their lead at the top of the leaderboard.
The double points final was always going to see Bad Company as a target, and that is how it turned out. Crunching crashes were still hammering in all round, as the south of England's Chris Hide again used all his experience to take a telling victory over fellow Englishman Mikey Croft and Dublin's Paul Gaffney. That left Superteam clear on points ahead of Bad Company and Team Sour B with just the Destruction Derby to go, and a win for any of the three would secure the championship victory. It started in dramatic style as cars were eliminated in some huge hits. It all boiled down to a head to head between Krash Krew's John Murray and Liam Hide of Superteam, with Hide landing the telling blow to take the win and the Irish Teams title for Superteam.
After a very eventful evening for the Krash Krew star, Murray was rightly awarded the Entertainer of the Day, with Ogilby's obliterated Mondeo earning him the Wreck of the Day trophy. The drivers all put on a fantastic day's racing, with the pit work to keep returning cars second to none.

The Stock Rods continued their quest for World Championship qualifying points, with the field bolstered by newcomer Lee Best and a first outing as a DMC registered driver for Steve Gooch. Ed Davis proved to be fast but unfortunate in the heats, as he was demoted from the win on both occasions. In the opener he and former World Champion Chris Gordon tripped over each other on the final lap, with Gordon inheriting the win after Davis was docked to third for contact. Heat two again saw Davis take the flag, but his stern defence of that lead had thwarted both Gordon and Ben McCully during the race, and in the final analysis Ed was docked two places for not holding his line, which promoted Gooch to the win on his debut as an Ulster driver. The former Spedeworth star has moved across from England to live and race, and he received a great welcome on his victory lap.
The final was all about McCully though, as the Waringstown driver relegated early leader Robert McIlroy to take a lead he wouldn't lose all the way to the chequered flag. Gordon and Irish Champion Jonny Cardwell took the chase to Ben but couldn't quite get on terms, leaving McCully to take an impressive win.

Later in the year the ProStocks World Cup will be staged at Aghadowey, and the season kicked off with last season's form man Dan Shannon taking a heat and final double. Numbers were down slightly on the norm as a few encountered problems in practice and there were also a few regulars racing in the National Bangers for the day. Shannon won the opener over fellow star man James Goldie, before Liam McShane took victory in heat two over Raymond Gurney. McShane set the pace in the final, before Shannon closed in and shunted him wide to take the victory.

There was once again plenty of close racing in the Thunder Rods, with Lee McCloy taking a heat and final double in his nicely presented Astra. Irish Champion Del McLaughlin and Norman Purdy chased him home in heat one, before McLaughlin got the verdict in heat two over Purdy and the superb new car of Samuel Montgomery, all this after Adam White and McCloy were docked from second and third respectively for contact. McCloy made no mistake in the final, overcoming the early leader Montgomery to take the win over White and Purdy.
Many thanks to our meeting sponsors, Hoggs Bar of Loughgall
Added: 07/03/16

The popular mini-series return to the DMC Race Promotions circuits for 2016, with some excellent prizes on offer to our drivers. For most classes they will once again run over three meetings, with the points scored during the series being accumulated to form the grid for the Grand Final. For this season we are pleased to welcome on board some new sponsors:

2.0 Hot Rods - Hoosier Racing Tire Challenge Series
Lightning Rods - M.O. Auto Repairs Challenge Series
Superstox - NIOvalTV Series
Stock Rods - MR Fabrications Challenge Series
ProStocks - McElmeel Mobility Services Supreme Series
Junior Productions - 1ke Engineering Young Guns Series

In addition, the Cirrus Plastics sponsored National Hot Rods Series will return in 2016, taking in all the points scored by the fastest cars on the ovals at all our DMC Race Promotions fixtures.

Many thanks to all our sponsors for their generosity.

Added: 29/02/16

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