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Kyle Doubles Up In Spedeworth TV/ NIOval TV Superstox Series
Despite the weather conditions deteriorating as the evening progressed, the drivers still served up an excellent evening of Stock Car racing at Tullyroan Oval on Saturday, April 15th.
The opening round of the Spedeworth TV/NIOvalTV Series for Superstox saw a heat and final double for World champion Kyle Beattie from Aughnacloy, whilst Antrim’s Ryan McCrory was victorious in the 2.0 Hot Rods final.
Wet weather expert Nigel Jackson from Portadown scooped the Lightning Rods final, whilst the other feature race wins fell to Antrim’s Leyton Hughes in the Junior Productions and Cullybackey’s David Wilson in the Thunder Rods.

Series sponsor Brian Lammey from NIOvalTV set the pace in the opening Superstox heat, leading until well past the half-way mark when former Irish Champion Jordan Robinson swept past to take the win, ahead of Craig McConnell and Kyle Beattie. With the second heat now wet, Beattie excelled to take the victory over his cousin David Beattie and Irish Champion Steven Haugh.
David Beattie hit the front in the final after just five laps, but he then had Kyle Beattie chasing him down and reducing his advantage. As they entered the closing stages, David dramatically had his throttle jam open which saw him crash out on the Annaghmore Bend, gifting the lead to the World Champion. Kyle rounded out the remaining laps to complete his double for the evening ahead of McConnell, Curtis Greer and David McMenemy.

There was drama in the opening laps of the opening 2.0 Hot Rods heat, as a turn one skirmish amongst the leaders resulted in nine cars being eliminated from the race. Through the melee came Ally Neill, who recorded the win over Denver Grattan, Michael Woods and the returning former double World Champ Wayne Woolsey.
Heat Two saw Woods master the changing conditions best, as he swept home to the chequered flag ahead of Ryan McCrory and Grattan.
The Final saw the worst of the weather, with McCrory breaking clear of early leader Chris McCloy to take the win in some style. Conor Hughes worked his way through to second ahead of Woods and Jordan Rochford.

Tipperary visitor Richie Power bolstered the Lightning Rods field, which saw a dominant Heat One win for James McKinney ahead of World Champion Ricky Shaw and Gerry Rogers. Shaw improved in Heat Two to take the win ahead of Stuart Agnew and McKinney.
There was a great early battle in the Final between Nigel Jackson and Mark Corry, with Jackson getting the upper hand to power ahead and take the silverware. Corry had to make do with the runner up position, ahead of Agnew, Shaw and McKinney.

A fine grid of Junior Productions took to the grid for their opener, with Dylan Fegan taking the flag before being disqualified in the post race analysis. That handed victory to Jake Devlin ahead of Harry Minish and Callum Doak. Recent newcomer Minish has impressed many since his debut, and he took the honours in heat two ahead of another rapid novice, Ryan Abernethy. Andrew Russell and Fegan completed the top places.
The final saw Minish again set the pace out front, but he had the field close right up behind him after a lap five caution flag, called after Brandon Litter was stranded on the entry to turn one. Leyton Hughes was the man to watch after the restart, powering around the outside line like a veteran to take the lead, and the win, in commanding style. Minish held on for a deserved second from Doak, Devlin and Lauren Berry.

The Thunder Rods as always produced three close, competitive races, with Simon McLaughlin getting off to the best possible start by taking the opening heat ahead of Gary Freeburn and James Goldie, after Tom Archibald hit trouble whilst ahead. For Heat Two David Wilson was the man to watch in the wet, chasing down long time leader Freeburn to take the victory. Freeburn held on for second ahead of Daniel Rodgers and Archibald.
In the final Freeburn led once again, the Ballymena newcomer showing great skill to build an advantage in the wet conditions. But Wilson was again utilising a wide line and somehow finding grip whilst many of the others struggled for traction. David swooped right around Freeburn with three laps to go to take the win, despite the close attentions of Rodgers who was another revelling in the rain. Rab Preston grabbed third at the end ahead of Freeburn and Matthew Nicholl.

Added: 17/04/23

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