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The top ten was completed by Carson Macedo (6th), who was making his 2017-18 Australian season debut for car owner Sean Dyson, Brad Keller (7th), Cory Eliason (8th), Corey Mc Cullagh (9th) and Luke Walker (10th). Stunning South Australian Todd Wigzell was in the thick of some great battles grabbing fourth.

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Followed home in second by NT26 Tony Moule with Jarman Dalitz’s SA95 in third. Kingshott (CME Boiler Makers/KRE Engines V21) set the scene early by winning the opening heat, and then Brown was harshly treated in heat two being sent to the rear of the field after jumping the start twice.

Molly to the Max at Sungold Stadium Warrnambool’s Darren Mollenoyux continued his recent run of outstanding results at Sungold Stadium, Premier Speedway, Warrnambool when he mastered the field and a racy Premier Speedway surface to walk away with the silverware and a ,000.00 with thanks to South West Conveyancing. “The car was bit tight to start with and I had my shocks (Absorbers) wound right out so I knew I had plenty of adjustment to come.

After pole-sitter Kerry Madsen set the early pace, ahead of a hard charging pack including Mollenoyux, Brad Keller, two-time and defending Max’s Race Champion Jamie Veal and James Mc Fadden it would be Mollenoyux who would stand best the field after taking the lead on lap six and never looking back. This place goes pretty slick pretty easy and once I got the lead it was just a case of protecting the bottom and listening.” Continued Kingshott.

“We may have to now look at upgrading our Cape & Crown for next season to step up to the next level.” Promoter Searle tells us. Heat 5 was the best of the night with a surprising blip on Kingshott’s radar when he spun. John Golobic 57 Murcott’s Mildura Flag to Flag sweep After an 8 month wait the Mainline Dyno Log Dynamometers All Star Series teams got to display their new war paint at Timmis Speedway Saturday night with Dave Murcott driving the Victory Lane V88 taking a flag to flag win.

With three reds in the 30 main a large Christmas crowd were treated to some action. On the restart Ryan Mc Kenna (Morbark V9) and Mills then waged an awesome lead swapping battle that was only resolved on the final lap when Mc Kenna ran a little wide into turn 1 and Mills took the win. Brenten Farrer’s V34 and Chris Solomon’s V83 were dicing for 2nd and 3rd with Farrer passing Solomon on the last lap to pick up second relegating Solomon into third.

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