Quickshift Drag Racing at St Angelo Airport

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After the washout that was the last drag racing event held at St Angelo, hopes were high that the weather wouldn’t spoil the next attempt called Quick Shift.  Some of the fastest cars in the country turned up along with several competitors from across the water to race.

Results (from straightliners.co.uk):

<strong><u>Best Times Enniskillen 12th June 2005</u></strong>
Name Machine Time Speed
<strong>Top Car</strong>
1 Adrian Smith Corrolla 10.88 128
2 Philip Hennigan R34 Skyline 11.11 121
3 Robert Thornton Nissan Skyline R32 11.35 121
4 Cathal Greaney Nissan Skyline 11.74 123
5 Joe Kavanagh Mitzubishi GTO 12.59 106
6 Jason Odonnell Supra 12.68 114

<strong>Class 11.50</strong>
1 Jonathan Armstrong Mitsubishi Evo 5 11.76 122
2 Neill Sinclair Subaru Impreza 11.80 113
3 John Curistan Subaru Impreza 11.97 104
4 William Watson Mitsubishi EVO 4 12.13 111
5 Stevie Ross Ford Granada 2.8i 12.20 122
6 Francis Hynes Mitsubishi Evo 3 12.22 111
7 Ed O’Brian Nissan Skyline R32 GTS 12.22 107
8 Martin Tracey Sierra Cosworth 12.36 104
9 Albert Lennon AC Cobra 12.38 111
10 Alan Quinn Lancer Evo 6 Extreme RS 12.45 109
11 Richie Lavin Nissan Skyline R33 13.43 104
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Class 12.50</strong>
1 Stephen Bradley Subaru Impreza 12.53 108
2 Warren Copeland Subaru Impreza 12.77 96
3 Mark Owens Evo 6 12.82 101
4 Maurice Greaney Mitsubishi Evo 8 12.93 97
5 James Gatley Yamaha 12.97 91
6 John Maher Gtir 12.98 82
7 Ronnie Browne Ferrari 360 13.04 110
8 Alvin McCullagh Subaru impreza 13.05 94
9 Johnathan Armstrong SNR Mitsubishi GTO 13.08 109
10 Adam McDonald Toyota Mr2 Turbo 13.12 101

<strong>Class 13.50</strong>
1 Jason Regan Subaru Impreza WRX sti 13.62 101
Name Machine Time Speed
2 Colm Creagmile BMW M3 13.64 98
3 Sean Mackessy Honda civic sir 13.66 115
4 Antony Nolan Subaru Impreza 13.74 99
5 Kenneth Keyes Toyota Celica 13.79 97
6 Martin Tracey Subaru Impreza 13.81 109
7 Jonathan Mckeary Subaru Impreza 13.85 108
8 Barry Burke Mitsubishi Lancer Evo 4 13.85 93
9 Killian Cronin Mazda RX7 13.88 99
10 Gary Percival Toyota MR2 13.92 98

<strong>Class 14.50</strong>
1 Zelgko Misatovic Honda integra 14.55 90
2 James Gallagher Yamaha Banshee 14.59 79
3 Paul Molloy Nissan 200 SX S14 14.61 98
4 Mark Cronwell Glanza 14.64 97
5 Andrew Dalton Mazda RX7 14.65 93
6 Stephen Clarke Toyota Starlet gy t 14.67 96
7 Nick Lim (CDA) Honda S2000 14.67 92
8 Martin Rafferty Toyota Mr2 GTS turbo 14.68 88
9 David Manning(CDA) Mitsubishi Lancer GST 14.70 90
10 Roberty Savage Honda Integra 14.71 92

<strong>Class 15.50
</strong>1 Thomas O Neill Vauxhall Astra 15.58 83
2 Frankie Murrin Vauxhall Astre gte 15.60 84
3 Trevor Keenan Mirage Mivec 15.65 87
4 David Hehir Nissan Almera 15.73 82
5 Michael Laverty Toyota Glanza V Turbo 15.78 84
6 Steven Robb Golf Gti 16v 15.85 83
7 Sinead Ryan Honda Civic type R 15.86 86
8 Connor Morrissey Mitsubishi Mirage mivec 15.90 85
9 John Byrne Mitsubishi Colt Cyborg 15.91 81
10 Declan Curley Vauxhall Astra 15.92 85

<strong>Demo</strong>
1 Phil Wood Hayabusa 9.08 157
2 Mel Nolan Yamaha FJ Dragster 9.50 141
3 Phil Wood Suzuki GSXR 1317 9.72 141
4 TJ O Brian Drag Bike 9.93 133
5 Shane Wogan Suzuki GSXR 1216 10.08 136
6 Gerard Farrell Suzuki 1260 10.13 126
7 Ted Brady Suzuki GSXR Turbo 10.29 136
8 Shane Wogan Yamaha FZR 1000 10.75 123
9 John Cuniston Subaru Impreza 12.10 112
10 Cormac McBreen Skyline GTR 33 12.74 107

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Andy is the founding member of RMS, and when he's not following motoring events around the UK and Ireland he can be found on the track (sideways, having competed in top level drifting for a decade), or of course he'll be on the forum.

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