Kaidon Brown's incredible win streak continued last night at Sydney's Valvoline Raceway with an historic win in the 2018/2019 CEJN / American Tire & Racing Service NSW Speedcar Championship.
The teenager moved from the second row of the A-Main after starting behind the front row of veteran Troy Jenkins and Kiwi live-wire Brad Mosen to score his first consecutive major feature race victory.
Brown steamed home to win from an elated Troy Jenkins in what his best result in some time for third with the feisty Novacastrian Matt Smith in third.
Official results in the Championship race: 1. Kaidon Brown 2. Matt Smith 3. Troy Jenkins 4. Matt Jackson 5. Michael Stewart 6. Michael Pickens 7. Nathan Smee 8. Hayden Williams 9. Adam Clarke 10. Travis Mills 11. Adam Wallis 12. Braydan Willmington 13. Leon Burgess 14. Brad Mosen 15. Dayne Kingshott 16. Peter Hunnibell 17. Troy Ware 18. Tom Payet 19. Cal Whatmore 20. Dean Meadows 21. Scott Farmer 22. Scott Doyle DNF Darren Jenkins DNF Hayden Guptill
Nathan Camilleri's incredible season continued with his biggest career highlight to date through victory in the 2018/2019 Australian Legend Car Championship.
Camilleri withstood the many challenges and race stoppages to emerge on top with the #1 after leading every lap to take the win from Rob Rawlings in second place and Glenn Mitchell filling the final spot on the podium.
Officials placings in the Australian Championship were: 1. Nathan Camilleri 2. Glenn Mitchell 3. Rob Rawlings 4. Dalton Rowell 5. Liam Camilleri 6. Dylan Goodger 7. Graeme Keats 8. Nathan Moreau 9. Troy Bolton 10. John Egan 11. Sean Rooney 12. Matt Gordon 13. Marcel Berndt (GER) 14. David Browne 15. Cameron Jewell 16. Keanu Palma 17. Greg Thompson 18. Ian Jones 19. Matt Elliott 20. Clint McKenzie 21. Ashley Kodak 22. Kirsten Kane DNF Adam Parker DNF Bruce Alderson DNF Trevor Stark
Sydney young gun Kyle Mock proved that his win in the 50-lapper earlier in the season was no fluke with victory in the final Wingless Sprint A-Main of the season.
Mock was simply unstoppable after starting on front row with veteran Graham Flood and driving away with the green to chequered feature race.
Mock led home Dubbo veteran Mark Blyton in second place and Troy Carey filling the final podium position in third.
The official placings for the A-Main were: 1. Kyle Mock 2. Mark Blyton 3. Troy Carey 4. Ashleigh Jack 5. Joel Rhind 6. Jamie Dicker 7. Dean Thomas 8. Zac Pacchiarotta 9. Marshall Blyton 10. Luke Sayre 11. Jason Bates 12. Graham Flood 13. Andrew Seery 14. Nick Tatnell 15. Nathan Dicker 16. Andrew Sayre 17. Mitchell Pyne 18. Kyle Ionn 19. Guy Stanshall 20. Mitchell O'Brien 21. Max Risbridger DNF Wayne Arnold DNF William Lucas DNF Sean Dicker
The next event at Valvoline Raceway is this Friday and Saturday night, May 3/4 for the running of the Seamount Racing Sydney City Speedcar 50-lapper.