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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
26/12/2018 @ 2pm

BOXING DAY BASH!
The Spectacular Caravan Destruction Derby!!
Reliant Robins 2018 Irish Championship
u1800cc Back To Basics Bangers

also Lightning Rods, Stock Rods, Ninja Karts & Thunder Rods

Tullyroan Oval
30/12/2018 @ 2pm

Festive Frenzy!
Big Van Bangers 'Van-dalism 2018'

plus Superstox, ProStocks, Junior Productions
& Rookie Bangers


 

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A fantastic combination of fireworks and oval racing thrilled the huge crowd at the Tullyroan Oval Gala Night on Saturday evening. Amongst the excellent racing on track were two Irish Championships, with Steven Haugh taking the ProStocks title and Leonard Dunn successfully defending the National Bangers version. Sean Mark took a great, last gasp win in the Superstox NIOvalTV Series, Neil Martin won a dramatic Tullyroan Challenge Cup for the Reliant Robins whilst Nigel Jackson lifted the Hollytree Rare Breeds Farm sponsored Lightning Rods Trophy.

Dan Shannon and Joe Largey occupied the front row of the grid for the ProStocks Irish Championship, but recently crowned European Champion Steven Haugh went in hard with the bumper into turn one to take up the running. Steven knew he’d have to strike early and he did just that! Shannon dropped down the order and began a great comeback, but second would be as far as he would get. The chequered flag fell on Haugh to crown him Irish Champion, with Shannon and William McFaul rounding out the top three after an excellent race.
There was plenty of action early in the Irish Revenge reverse grid race, with Haugh again storming home to the win despite a last bend lunge from McFaul.

The 2L National Bangers saw action aplenty early on in their Irish title race, with Steven Bolton removed from contention early on by Stephen Boyd. Defending Irish Champion Leonard Dunn went ahead before William McFaul and Karl Smyth found a way past. Adam Maxwell then fenced Smyth hard, only to be then obliterated himself by Boyd. A stoppage was called and on the restart Dunn was able to out run the damaged cars of McFaul and Smyth to take the victory. Behind Dunn, Smyth and McFaul trailed home in second and third.
An exciting Allcomers event saw plenty of action on lap one with Smyth well involved. McFaul went ahead but then dropped out with mechanical gremlins, handing the win to Boyd. A very entertaining Destruction Derby boiled down to a four way scrap between Willie McFaul Snr, Boyd, Rodney Herron and Dan Dooner. Dooner and Herron had taken some huge hits in their wrecked cars, but it was Dan who was the last car moving and deservedly took the win, and the Best Wreck Trophy too. Herron was deservedly awarded the Entertainer of the Day Award.

Amongst a very healthy turnout of Superstox was a debut for Nathan Woods, and Cyril Hawe went ahead from the white grade in the opener. David Beattie, Keith McAreavey and World Champion Lee Davison were closing fast, but Cyril managed to hang on for a morale boosting win. Hawe again led the way in heat two, but it was Beattie who this time surged past to take a polished victory.
Darren Bevan impressed as he led for much of the early laps of the final, before a couple of caution periods when both Colin Hamill and Ally Neill took hefty knocks. Stephen Stewart and Davison went through to battle for top spot, swapping the lead as the bumpers were put to good use. Davison went for it on the last bend but it was Stewart who held on for a superb win. Davison and Chris McArdle filled out the top three.
The top six cars across the NIOvalTV Series then contested the Shootout final of the series, with a number of new race tyres up for grabs. On the parade lap the drivers all waved to the fans and got a tremendous reception, before putting on a superb six lap dash. Polesitter Davison got shuffled down the order early on as Sean Mark got the bumper in, with Stewart slipping past both to hit the front. Mark came back on the last bend though, nudging Stewart wide to nip up the inside and just take the win by the slenderest of margins on the line. Stewart, Davison and Conor Murphy completed the top four.

Former 1300 Stock Cars Irish Champion Thomas McCrory led the opening Lightning Rod heat for some distance before losing out to a fast charging Mark McCambridge. Mark had to contend with a closing European Champion Jordan Rochford over the final laps but he held on to take the win. Heat two saw a commanding victory for Tim Hazlett as he superbly came from the star grade to take the flag ahead of Rochford.
There was a red flag at the start of the feature race as McCrory failed to get away, and it put paid to Rochford’s chances as he clipped him on the way past along with Martin O’Flaherty. Ronan McNally had a great run out front, holding off the pack for some time before Hazlett burst through to the lead with Irish Champion Nigel Jackson chasing hard. Hazlett had to use every trick in his locker, and more, to hold Nigel off over the final laps, but he was then unfortunately docked two places for contact on McCambridge earlier in the race. That elevated Jackson to the win over Ricky Shaw and the demoted Hazlett.

The three wheeler Reliant Robins made a rare appearance for Gala Night, with Jason McCaughern rolling out of heat one as Ian Bolton took the win. There was a great battle for the heat two win before Bolton again came good to take the flag, but the drivers saved the best to last for the Tullyroan Challenge Cup final! It boiled down to a scrap between Bolton, John Stewart and Neil Martin. The trio were locked together heading to turn one late in the race, with Stewart ad Bolton cocked up on two wheels, before Stewart went for a big roll! Martin just held off Bolton to take the win with McCaughern grabbing third.
Many thanks to our meeting sponsors, Hollytree Rare Breeds Farm
Added: 29/10/18

A fantastic combination of fireworks and oval racing thrilled the huge crowd at the Tullyroan Oval Gala Night on Saturday evening. Amongst the excellent racing on track were two Irish Championships, with Steven Haugh taking the ProStocks title and Leonard Dunn successfully defending the National Bangers version. Sean Mark took a great, last gasp win in the Superstox NIOvalTV Series, Neil Martin won a dramatic Tullyroan Challenge Cup for the Reliant Robins whilst Nigel Jackson lifted the Hollytree Rare Breeds Farm sponsored Lightning Rods Trophy.

Dan Shannon and Joe Largey occupied the front row of the grid for the ProStocks Irish Championship, but recently crowned European Champion Steven Haugh went in hard with the bumper into turn one to take up the running. Steven knew he’d have to strike early and he did just that! Shannon dropped down the order and began a great comeback, but second would be as far as he would get. The chequered flag fell on Haugh to crown him Irish Champion, with Shannon and William McFaul rounding out the top three after an excellent race.
There was plenty of action early in the Irish Revenge reverse grid race, with Haugh again storming home to the win despite a last bend lunge from McFaul.

The 2L National Bangers saw action aplenty early on in their Irish title race, with Steven Bolton removed from contention early on by Stephen Boyd. Defending Irish Champion Leonard Dunn went ahead before William McFaul and Karl Smyth found a way past. Adam Maxwell then fenced Smyth hard, only to be then obliterated himself by Boyd. A stoppage was called and on the restart Dunn was able to out run the damaged cars of McFaul and Smyth to take the victory. Behind Dunn, Smyth and McFaul trailed home in second and third.
An exciting Allcomers event saw plenty of action on lap one with Smyth well involved. McFaul went ahead but then dropped out with mechanical gremlins, handing the win to Boyd. A very entertaining Destruction Derby boiled down to a four way scrap between Willie McFaul Snr, Boyd, Rodney Herron and Dan Dooner. Dooner and Herron had taken some huge hits in their wrecked cars, but it was Dan who was the last car moving and deservedly took the win, and the Best Wreck Trophy too. Herron was deservedly awarded the Entertainer of the Day Award.

Amongst a very healthy turnout of Superstox was a debut for Nathan Woods, and Cyril Hawe went ahead from the white grade in the opener. David Beattie, Keith McAreavey and World Champion Lee Davison were closing fast, but Cyril managed to hang on for a morale boosting win. Hawe again led the way in heat two, but it was Beattie who this time surged past to take a polished victory.
Darren Bevan impressed as he led for much of the early laps of the final, before a couple of caution periods when both Colin Hamill and Ally Neill took hefty knocks. Stephen Stewart and Davison went through to battle for top spot, swapping the lead as the bumpers were put to good use. Davison went for it on the last bend but it was Stewart who held on for a superb win. Davison and Chris McArdle filled out the top three.
The top six cars across the NIOvalTV Series then contested the Shootout final of the series, with a number of new race tyres up for grabs. On the parade lap the drivers all waved to the fans and got a tremendous reception, before putting on a superb six lap dash. Polesitter Davison got shuffled down the order early on as Sean Mark got the bumper in, with Stewart slipping past both to hit the front. Mark came back on the last bend though, nudging Stewart wide to nip up the inside and just take the win by the slenderest of margins on the line. Stewart, Davison and Conor Murphy completed the top four.

Former 1300 Stock Cars Irish Champion Thomas McCrory led the opening Lightning Rod heat for some distance before losing out to a fast charging Mark McCambridge. Mark had to contend with a closing European Champion Jordan Rochford over the final laps but he held on to take the win. Heat two saw a commanding victory for Tim Hazlett as he superbly came from the star grade to take the flag ahead of Rochford.
There was a red flag at the start of the feature race as McCrory failed to get away, and it put paid to Rochford’s chances as he clipped him on the way past along with Martin O’Flaherty. Ronan McNally had a great run out front, holding off the pack for some time before Hazlett burst through to the lead with Irish Champion Nigel Jackson chasing hard. Hazlett had to use every trick in his locker, and more, to hold Nigel off over the final laps, but he was then unfortunately docked two places for contact on McCambridge earlier in the race. That elevated Jackson to the win over Ricky Shaw and the demoted Hazlett.

The three wheeler Reliant Robins made a rare appearance for Gala Night, with Jason McCaughern rolling out of heat one as Ian Bolton took the win. There was a great battle for the heat two win before Bolton again came good to take the flag, but the drivers saved the best to last for the Tullyroan Challenge Cup final! It boiled down to a scrap between Bolton, John Stewart and Neil Martin. The trio were locked together heading to turn one late in the race, with Stewart ad Bolton cocked up on two wheels, before Stewart went for a big roll! Martin just held off Bolton to take the win with McCaughern grabbing third.
Many thanks to our meeting sponsors, Hollytree Rare Breeds Farm
Added: 29/10/18

The weather tried to dampen the spirits at the Aghadowey Oval Gala Night last Friday, but everyone was still able to enjoy an excellent fireworks display and some great racing on track. Portadown’s Glenn Bell was victorious in the seventh round of the Simpson Race Exhausts World Series NI for National Hot Rods whilst Andrew McLean came through to be crowned Thunder Rods Irish Champion. The other big winners at the meeting, sponsored by Wilson McCurdy Haulage and McCurdy Fuels, were Kells ace Derek McMillan in the Stock Rods King of Aghadowey and Portadown’s Max Hobson who took a hat-trick in the Ninja Karts.

The sodden conditions led to some very good racing from the National Hot Rods in Round 7 of the Simpson Race Exhausts World Series NI. Kenny McCann led them away in the opener before losing out to Simon Kennedy. Carl Sloan was the one to watch though, swooping superbly around the outside to take up the running and on to the victory in some style despite Glenn Bell closing near the end. McCann was again the first to show in heat two before Podge McQuaid underlined his excellent recent form by moving ahead. Podge held on for the win ahead of a great places scrap between eventual runner up Ian McReynolds, Bell and Shane Murray.
From pole position Bell quickly secured the lead in the final, and despite the best efforts of Sloan to keep in touch, Glenn stormed home to the victory. Sloan was an excellent runner up for another decent haul of points, with Murray, Adam Hylands (in the borrowed Dynes Ginetta) and Jaimie McCurdy next home. Bell also collected a superb trophy and four new Hoosier tyres as the winner of the season long Cirrus Plastics DMC Race Promotions points championship.

It was very wet on track as James Goldie and Ryan Campbell led the excellent field away for the Thunder Rods Irish Championship. Goldie held sway out front despite a couple of race suspensions, with Andrew McLean tracking his every move. McLean got his opportunity down the back straight with just over 5 laps of the 25 remaining, assuming the lead and racing home to a fantastic title win. A storming finish for the places saw Lee McCloy grab second ahead of Ryan Campbell, Steven Elder and David Wilson.
The reversed grid Irish Revenge race saw Elder race home to the win as he revelled in the awful conditions. Glen White and Jerome Doherty filled out the top three.

A fantastic twenty six Stock Rods came under starters orders during the evening for the King of Aghadowey title, with British Champion Shane McMillan racing home to the opening heat win after a tremendous race. Victor McAfee tracked him most of the way but couldn’t find a way past, and he settled for second place ahead of a sensational drive from Derek McMillan from the rear of the grid. Marc Morrell’s efforts on the outside line earned him fourth spot. Derek McMillan easily took the win in the second heat from the front of the grid this time to earn himself pole spot for the final, with Ed Davis and Stevie McNiece filling the top three after second on the road Stuart Agnew was later disqualified.
There were a couple of early race suspensions early in the final as front row starter Shane McMillan got leaned into the wall and left stranded, but his brother Derek was already on a charge and opened up a healthy lead. Derek raced home to the King of Aghadowey title, a great way to sign off for the season having lost so much of the campaign due to illness. McAfee, Morrell, Stephen McCready, Gary Butler and McNiece filled out a star studded top six after another excellent night’s entertainment from the formula.

The young stars in the Ninja Karts were fantastic in the wet conditions, with Max Hobson going through the programme unbeaten for a sublime hat-trick. Lauren Berry and Irish Champion Lacey Bevan chased him home in the opening heat, with Matthew Weir and Bevan filling out the top three in heat two. The final was a great race, with Hobson again taking the honours ahead of Bevan and Weir.
Many thanks to our meeting sponsors, Wilson McCurdy Haulage and McCurdy Fuels
Added: 28/10/18

In our latest points update the NI Points Champions for Junior Productions and Ninja Karts have been crowned.

In the Junior Productions, Sam McNeice has rounded off his fine season to date by taking victory in the A McKeown and Son NI Points Championship ahead of Adam McFall, Graham Meek and Drew McKeown. It was a keenly fought contest throughout the season which went right down to the last meeting.

In the Ninja Karts Max Hobson has taken the ASC Cars NI Points Championship quite comfortably ahead of Lauren Berry and Irish Champion Lacey Bevan.

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, where applicable, their correct grading 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: 22/10/18

Three new Irish Champions were crowned at Tullyroan Oval on Saturday after an evening of top flight short oval racing. Portadown's European Champion Adam Hylands added the Irish Championship title to his collection when he romped home to victory in the 2.0 Hot Rods, whilst World Champion Lee Davison added the Superstox Irish title to his CV. The 1300 Stock Cars Irish title race saw Willie Stewart victorious after a controversial event, whilst the other victories at the Derek McMillan Commercial Refinishers sponsored meeting fell to Graham Meek in the Junior Productions and Scotland's Bailey Millar in the Ninja Karts.

Adam Hylands and Stuart Cochrane shared the front row of the grid for the 2.0 Hot Rods Irish Championship, with Hylands getting the break when Allen Cherry got out of shape and baulked Cochrane in an explosive start. Glenn Bell and Gary Wilson settled into second and third as Hylands edged clear, whilst most eyes were on Stephen Emerson who was making great progress from down the grid. As Hylands romped home to the title win, Emerson relegated both Wilson and Bell to take a well deserved runner up spot, with Bell completing the podium in third.
The reverse grid Irish revenge race saw Joel Richardson take the win over Emerson and Hylands.

The Superstox Irish Championship grid saw Lee Davison on pole position as he displayed his World Champion's gold roof for the first time. Sean Mark started alongside and he made several early attempts to unseat Davison from the lead but with no success. Stephen Stewart and then former Irish winner Kyle Beattie took turns in second, with Beattie especially looking as though he could perhaps erode Davison's lead. When oil went down making the going very slippery indeed, it looked as though Beattie may just get on terms with the leader, but Davison remained clear out front to take the flag and the Irish title. Beattie was great value in second ahead of Stewart and Mark.
There was a great battle in the Irish Revenge race between Stewart, Mark, Davison and Beattie, with Beattie coming out on top after the bumpers were put to very good use. Stewart and Mark chased him across the line.

The 1300 Stock Cars Irish Championship ended in controversial fashion, when on the road winner Josh McKinstry failed post-race scrutineering on his car for a front suspension issue. That elevated Willie Stewart to the title win ahead of Peter Greer and Robbie Wright. On track the race itself had been an excellent encounter with pole starter and pre-race favourite Wright well and truly taken out of contention on lap one by Nicky Lowry. Greer burst through to the lead but McKinstry soon nudged him wide to take up the running and take the chequered flag.
The Irish Revenge race saw Anthony McIvor out front before Jamie McCann swooped past to take the win over Wright and Stewart. The night's racing finished with a winner takes all Dash for Cash, kindly sponsored by Supreme Car Wash and Tyres. There was some great action on the opening lap which allowed Jamie Hunter to break clear. Jamie held on until the last lap, when a timely nudge from Wright earned him win the and the cash prize.

James Stewart took a deserved win in the opening Junior Production heat of the evening. Adam McFall and Sam Percy chased him home, whilst there was also a formula debut for Marke Crawford. Aaron Ward took the chequered flag in heat two but was unfortunately docked for going well before the green flag came out. Stewart inherited the win, with Drew McKeown and the relegated Ward next up.
The Grand Final of the 2ke Engineering Young Guns Series was lined up on aggregate points from across the series, with Irish Open Champion McFall leading them away but tracked right from the off by Scottish Open Champion Graham Meek. Sam McNeice and McKeown were also right in contention in what was a very close and excellent race. Meek eventually found a gap inside McFall to hit the front and he romped home to the series win ahead of McFall and McNeice. There were race tyres and trophies for the top three courtesy of series sponsors 2ke Engineering, whilst third place finisher McNeice was also crowned NI Points Champion.

The Ninja Karts field was boosted by three visiting Scottish drivers, Bailey Millar, Rachel Kidd and Dougie Kidd, as well as newcomer Ryan Abernethy Jnr and returnee Cole McGann. Millar was on a real charge in the opening heat, scorching through the field to take the win over Lauren Berry and Lexi Crooks. The young Lanarkshire ace was on a charge in heat two as well, coming from the back of the grid to just pip long time leaders Ryan Berry and McGann in the closing stages.
Aggregate points gave Millar pole position for the Stars of Tomorrow Challenge, and he duly raced clear to take the title in outstanding fashion and complete his hat-trick for the day. Max Hobson and Rachel Kidd chased Bailey over the line.
Added: 21/10/18

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