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Results for 15 August 2010

CORK M C JIM WALSH CORK FOREST RALLY (ROUND 4 OF PETRO SYSTEMS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP):

1 John Reid/Enda Shields (Corolla WRC) 40m 43.8s,

2 Owen Murphy/James O’Brien (Lancer Evo 9Gp N) 40m 44.1s,

3 Pat O’Connell/Mark Wiley (Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 40m 48.2s,

4 Ian Cochrane/Ray Fitzpatrick (Lancer Evo 8 Gp N) 41m 28.1s,

5 Adrian Hetherington/Gary Nolan (Escort) 41m 52.6s,

6 Frank Kelly/Liam Brennan (Escort) 42m 10.4s,

7 Martin Cairns/Andrew Purcell (Impreza) 42m 21.8s,

8 Liam Ryan/Anthony O’Conaill (Lancer Evo 9 Gp N) 42m 25.8s,

9 Mark Barnett/Richard Cleary (Escort) 42m 58.6s,

10 James Murphy/Anthony Nestor (Escort WRC) 43m 05.2s.

 

Class winners:
Emmet Cronin/Paul O’Donovan (Escort),

Jimmy Deane/Barry Meade (Escort),

Nigel Creagh/Damien Fleming (Escort),

Adrian Hetherington/Gary Nolan,

James Foley/Mark Kirwan (Lancer Evo 9),

Martin Cairns/Andrew Purcell,

Ian Cochrane/Ray Fitzpatrick,

Paul McMahon/Kieran Brennan (Civic).

 

MIDLAND M C AUTOCROSS AT SCRAMOGUE, CO ROSCOMMON (ROUND OF D & B WINDOWS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP) (DAY 1):

Best time of day (Special):
Chris Culleton (Opel Special) 1m 04.36s.

Best time of day (Saloon):
Ger Brennan (Fiesta) 1m 12.83s.

Class winners:
Tommy Donlon (Peugeot 106) 1m 13.64s, David Kellegher (Fiesta) 1m 13.21s, Chris Kelly (Special) 1m 16.80s, Jimmy Lucey (Special) 1m 08.32s, Noel Murphy (Micra) 1m 18.31s.

 

MIDLAND M C AUTOCROSS AT SCRAMOGUE, CO ROSCOMMON (ROUND 10 OF D & B WINDOWS NATIONAL CHAMPIONSHIP) (DAY 2):

Best time of day (Special):
Chris Culleton (Opel Special) 1m 24.48s.

Best time of day (Saloon):
Ger Brennan (Fiesta) 1m 33.98s.

Class winners:
Tommy Donlon (Peugeot 106) 1m 38.05s, David Kellegher (Fiesta) 1m 38.67s, Sam Johnston (Special) 1m 33.67s, James Lucey (Subaru Special) 1m 27.04s, Noel Murphy (Micra) 1m 45.28s, Jonathan Carroll 1m 49.97s.

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