Two on top around Tullyroan

Portadown's Kelvin Davison celebrates his weekend success.
Portadown's Kelvin Davison celebrates his weekend success.

Kelvin Davison from Portadown proved the pick of the Micro Bangers stock cars field at Tullyroan Oval.

Tandragee’s Adam Heatrick finished first across the Two-Litre Hot Rods.

The next meeting will take place on Sunday, September 6 from 1 o’clock.


Marshall Neill experienced a weekend of frustration across round eight in the British Supersport Evo Championship.

The Portadown rider recovered from a difficult Cadwell Park practice to seal fourth across the sprint race then runner-up during the main event in the Evo class.

He now stands second in the Evo Championship leaderboard entering the closing four rounds.

“I was feeling very frustrated as I couldn’t understand why I wasn’t getting my times to be on pace with everyone else,” said Neill. “Big thanks to Adrian though, we sat down together and worked on things I could do as well as bike improvements.”


Colin Turkington’s British Touring Car Championship campaign suffered a setback on Sunday with disappointing results around Knockhill.

The defending champion entered last weekend’s programme sitting second in the standings but finished 10th and 15th either side of a DNF.

The Team BMR driver is now fourth overall.