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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
Aghadowey Oval
9/3/2024 @ 1pm - 6pm

Practice & Test Day 1
(DMC Young Drivers Academy 11am-1pm)

Tullyroan Oval
16/3/2024 @ 1pm - 6pm

Practice & Test Day 2
(DMC Young Drivers Academy 11am-1pm)

Tullyroan Oval
23/3/2024 @ 6.30pm

GRAND SEASON OPENER
National Hot Rods Diemens.com World Series NI Round 8

2.0 Hot Rods
Superstox
Rookie Bangers 2024 DMC Gold Cup
Junior Productions


 


 

 
Latest News
With National Hot Rods World Champion Derek Martin and Ninja Karts NI Points Champion Riley Dawson-Stirling both heading to South Africa to race in the coming weeks, we have had to make some changes to our fixture list to facilitate this.

National Hot Rods
The National Hot Rods will now not feature at the Tullyroan Oval meeting on Saturday 12th August, and they have now been added to the fixture on Saturday October 28th at the same venue.

Ninja Karts
The Ninja Karts 2023 Champion of Champions and Individual Achievement Award will now take place on Saturday October 7th at Tullyroan Oval, and not on October 28th as previously scheduled.
The Ninja Karts 2023 Irish Championship which was scheduled for October 7th, will now take place at Aghadowey Oval on 4th November.

Junior Productions
To facilitate the above changes, the Junior Productions have been added to the fixture on Saturday 12th August at Tullyroan Oval, and removed from the meeting at Aghadowey Oval on Saturday 4th November.

All the above information has now been changed and updated on our website fixture list. We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause.

Added: 14/07/23

After a short mid-summer break, short oval racing on the DMC Race Promotions circuits resumes this Saturday night (July 15th) at Tullyroan Oval.

Heading the line up is the Ulster Championship for the Rookie Bangers, where the action is sure to come thick and fast from an expected 25+ car field. Garvagh's Stephen Boyd is the defending champion and he will be hoping for another top display. World Champion John Goligher from Limavady is another to watch out for amongst what will be chaos on track, whilst John's son Josh is another contender and is indeed a former Ulster Champion.

The open-wheeled Superstox will be contesting the second round of their NIOvalTV/Spedeworth TV Series. Irish Champion Steven Haugh from the Birches, Bangor's NI Points Champ Craig McConnell and recent form man Lee Davison will be the ones to watch, alongside Jamie McCann, Curtis Greer and Jordan Robinson to name a few. The racing from the Superstox is always entertaining and exciting.

The Stock Rods will see Mark Crawford back in action on home ground having just successfully defended his British Championship title at Ipswich Spedeweekend at the start of the month, and he will be keen to grab more silverware. Jonny Cardwell has also been on top form so far in 2023 and is sure to go close, as will World champion Colin McNiece, his brother Stevie and Irish Champion Dan Shannon. Making a visit north from Tipperary Raceway will be John Gray, Paddy O'Dwyer and Eogan Burke.

The 1300 Stock Cars will also provide some fantastic entertainment as the bumpers are put to good use, with the higher grids this season really bringing the formula to the forefront. Irish Open Champion Ivan Elliott and Irish Champion Jonathan Brown will be amongst the pacesetters as always, but stand well back as the sparks and concrete are sure to fly!

Completing the line up are the budget racers in the Thunder Rods as they contest the Tullyroan Challenge Cup. Sam Preston from Portadown was the winner last time out at Tullyroan and he will be keen for more glory. He will face stiff opposition from flying Ballymena duo of James Goldie and Daniel Rodgers, who are often the class of the field. Zach McCombe, Andrew McLean and Irish Champion Jason Darragh will be other challengers.

The first race leaves the grid at 6.30pm

Added: 11/07/23

Congratulations to our big winners at the recent Ipswich Spedeweekend, and many thanks to all the drivers and fans who made the effort to represent us so well at Foxhall Stadium.

2023 National Hot Rods World Champion - 20 Derek Martin

2023 2.0 Hot Rods World Champion - 977 Jordan Rochford

2023 Stock Rods British Champion - 698 Mark Crawford

Spedeweekend Classic Hot Rods Final Winner - 128 Anthony Morgan

Added: 06/07/23

A fantastic mid-summers evening of Stock Car racing thrilled the race fans at Tullyroan Oval on Saturday. There were emotional scenes as the feature event, the Neil Davison Memorial Cup for Superstox, was won by Neil’s brother Lee, whilst Coagh teenager Robbie Dallas took victory in The Moffett Shield for Junior Productions. The Tullyroan Challenge Cup for 2L National Bangers fell to Londonderry’s David Gurney, with other feature race wins going to Portadown’s Sam Preston in the Thunder Rods and Dundrod’s Willie Stewart in the 1300 Stock Cars.

From an excellent field of Superstox, it was former World Champion Lee Davison who took victory in the opening heat over David Beattie and Conor Murphy. Davison looked set to take heat two as well, only to hit trouble in the closing stages. That opened the way for Jamie McCann to take the win over Steven Haugh.
The Neil Davison Memorial Cup final set off at a tremendous pace, with Davison soon hitting the front once again. A mid-race caution period brought McCann onto his bumper, but Lee edged clear at the resumption to take an emotional victory, his second success in the three years of the event. A huge battle for second went right down to the last lap, with Craig McConnell taking the place ahead of Haugh and McCann as the latter spun across the line. The Best White/Yellow Grade award went to Murphy.

Lexi Crooks showed great pace to win the first heat for the Junior Productions, leading from flag to flag ahead of Robbie Dallas and Casey Cherry. Heat two saw another runaway win, this time for Brandon Litter as he cruised home ahead of Daniel Stewart and Lauren Berry. The young drivers really did impress during the heats with some great racing.
The Moffett Shield final was an action packed event, with Dallas stamping his authority on proceedings right from the off. Crooks was closing towards the finish, but Robbie had all under control to take his first ever race win. Stewart and Leyton Hughes filled out the top three, with Crooks having to settle for fourth and the top White/Yellow Grade award.

The entries continue to impress in the 1300 Stock Cars, which led to some fantastic action on track as the bumpers were exchanged lap after lap. Jonathan Brown worked his way to the front in a superb opening heat, only for Ivan Elliott to land a telling blow on the final bend to snatch a sensational win. Heat two saw Willie Stewart edge clear early on, and he romped home to a decisive win over Matthew Milliken and Craig Bodenham.
Stewart was again the man to watch in the feature race final, relegating initial leader Fionn Donnelly to race home to complete his double for the evening. James Crossett withstood a last bend hit from Ivan Elliott to hang onto second with Robbie Wright in fourth.

The Thunder Rods made another welcome appearance at Tullyroan, with the first heat seeing a great outside line run from David Wilson to take the win over Gary Freeburn. Freeburn then went one better in heat two, the Ballymena man holding on to take the flag ahead of Rab Preston and Wilson.
Freeburn led the final until Sam Preston nipped by, and despite heavy late pressure from James Goldie it was Sam who took home the silverware. Goldie, Daniel Rodgers and Wilson completed the top four.

A smaller than usual field of 2L National Bangers saw David Gurney win a tame Tullyroan Challenge Cup over Paul Compelli and Kieran McIvor. The support heats then fell to McIvor and Deano McGrath, with McGrath also taking the Destruction Derby win. McIvor picked up the Entertainer of the Meeting and Best Wreck Awards.
Added: 26/06/23

Glenavy’s Jonny Cardwell dominated the Stock Rod racing at Aghadowey Oval on Saturday night, taking a heat and final brace of wins on his way to the William Cooke Memorial Trophy. England’s World Champion Mason Carberry won the Golden Helmet Award in the Ninja Karts, whilst Strabane driver James McKinney came home victorious in the Lightning Rods King of Aghadowey. Other feature race winners were Aughnacloy’s Kyle Beattie with a double in the Superstox and Kilrea’s Zack McCombe in the Thunder Rods.

The opening Stock Rods heat saw a clear win for Jonny Cardwell, with Sam McNeice and Stevie McNiece next home. The reversed grid heat two saw Mark Foster claim the win ahead of Mark Crawford and McNiece.
Cardwell and defending title holder McNiece shared the front row for the William Cooke Memorial Trophy final, with Jonny quickly building an advantage out front. As he romped home to the silverware, McNiece held on for second despite the advances of Crawford who took third from well down the grid.

A number of mainland visitors joined the local Ninja Kart stars for the Golden Helmet, with Hampshire’s Jack Jones claiming the opening heat win after William Hunn was disqualified for spinning a fellow competitor late in the race. Jack Murphy and Tommy Melrose filled the places. The second heat was every bit as fraught, and once again littered with caution period for crashes. Kori Curran held on for the win after a great drive, with Mason Carberry and Tommy Johnson taking the places.
Murphy qualified pole for the final, but World Champion Carberry quickly raced ahead. Scotsman Melrose was showing well in second, and despite putting pressure on the leader over the closing laps, it was Carberry who took the win over Melrose and Riley Dawson-Stirling. All the young drivers received drinks and crisps from the Moffett family, who also put up prizes for the top white/yellow grade driver in each race.

Tipperary Raceway based Keith Kirwan joined the locals for the King of Aghadowey in the Lightning Rods, with James McKinney just holding off Nigel Jackson and Dean Catherwood to take the opening heat win. British and Irish Champion Stuart Agnew then won the second qualifier, ahead of Mark Corry and World Champion Ricky Shaw.
McKinney stamped his authority all over the King of Aghadowey final, pulling well clear to record an emphatic win over Corry, Jackson and Agnew.

The opening Superstox heat ended up being decided by the Stewards, with first over the line Graham Meek being docked two places for jumping the start. That handed victory to Jordan Robinson ahead of Craig McConnell. From then on the night was all about World Champion Kyle Beattie, who would dominate both heat two and the final.
Heat two saw Beattie leave Conor Murphy and McConnell trailing in his wake, before another decisive drive in the final saw Kyle take his second victory of the evening over Robinson and Murphy.

The new car of Andrew McLean raced to victory in the opening Thunder Rods heat, with Adam Graham and Zack McCombe filling out the top three. Heat two saw Samuel Murphy race home to the win in his unique Vauxhall Cavalier, with McLean and Graham following him over the line.
Tom Archibald led the way early on in the final, but this time he had McCombe chasing him hard right from the off. Zack slipped ahead on lap seven, and rounded out the rest of the distance to take the trophy. Graham chased him hard all the way for second but just unable to mount a challenge, with McLean, James Goldie and Murphy next to finish.
Added: 19/06/23

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