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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.

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Big Easter Wins for Sloan & Cardwell At Tullyroan
Kells driver Carl Sloan and Ballinderry’s Jonny Cardwell were the big winners at Tullyroan Oval’s Easter Saturday meeting, as a big holiday crowd enjoyed some top quality international oval racing. Sloan was victorious in Round 8 of Simpson Race Exhausts World Series NI for National Hot Rods, whilst Cardwell took the honours in the inaugural Northern Ireland Open for Stock Rods.

As DMC Race Promotions marked their 20th anniversary, the other feature race wins fell to Antrim’s Leyton Hughes in the Junior Productions, Strabane’s James McKinney in the Lightning Rods and Garvagh’s William McFaul in the Rookie Bangers.

An excellent 23 car field of National Hot Rods arrived for the latest Simpson Race Exhausts World Series round, with Andy Stewart the early leader in heat one. Derek Martin was on a charge though, the Dungannon based NI Champion blasting around the outside to take the win in some style over Glenn Bell and Shane Murray.
Heat two saw a win for Portadown stalwart Gary Woolsey, who inherited the chequered flag when on the road winner Nigel McCauley was dropped two places for contact.
Carl Sloan had shown some promise during the heats, but come final time he stamped his authority all over proceedings. Carl wasted little time in hitting the front, and then stretched out a commanding lead during the 35-lap showdown. As Carl cruised to the chequered flag and a welcome win, Cork’s Jeff Riordan came out on top of a great places scrap to grab second, ahead of Martin, Murray and McCauley.

Visitors from both Scotland and the Republic of Ireland joined the locals for the Stock Rods Northern Ireland Open, with former World Champion Stevie McNiece taking the opening heat win from pole position from Mark Crawford and his brother Colin McNiece.
Adam Sloan got the jump in heat two to take up the running, and he went on to take a clear win. Impressive Scottish visitor James Robertson took runner up slot ahead of Jonny Cardwell and another Scot, Gary Dean.
Aggregate points saw Cardwell and Crawford share a star studded front end of the grid for the inaugural Northern Ireland Open, and it was Cardwell who quickly established himself out front. Stevie McNiece chased hard in second, and even a mid-race caution period which closed to field together could threaten Jonny’s lead. Despite late pressure it was Cardwell who took the title win, with Stevie McNiece, Sam McNeice, Crawford and Siobhan Martin the premier placed drivers.

Harry Minish led much of the way in the opening Junior Productions heat, only to trip over a backmarker whilst within sight of the flag. That allowed Dylan Fegan to take the win over Leyton Hughes and Callum Doak. Hughes then went one better in heat two to take the win, with Fegan this time the runner up ahead of Minish.

The final boiled down to a tough battle between Hughes and Daniel Stewart, with the lead swapped on a number of occasions. Stewart picked up a couple of warnings from Race Control, and even though he was first past the flag he was docked 2 places for a misdemeanour along the way. That handed the win to Hughes ahead of Minish and Stewart.

Three welcome visitors from Tipperary raceway bolstered the Lightning Rods field, but the whole evening was all about James McKinney. The Strabane man took the opening heat win by a clear margin ahead of Mark Corry and Stuart Agnew, before repeating the feat in heat two to win from Ricky Shaw and Nigel Jackson.
An upgrade for the feature race final didn’t deter McKinney, and he again romped clear to win. Corry and World Champion Shaw were right in contention in this one, but had to settle for second in third behind hat-trick hero McKinney.

Whilst down on the usual high entry, the Rookie Bangers still entertained the Easter Holiday fans. William McFaul raced home to win the opening heat ahead of Josh Goligher, before Goligher got the nod in the second heat by the slightest of margins after a last bend lunge by runner up Marc Morrell.
McFaul was able to break free once again in the final, and he took his second win of the night over Stephen Boyd and Lucas Goligher.

Added: 11/04/23

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