Congratulations to Wingless Sprint Super Series Round Two winner Dayn Bentvelzen for taking out the gruelling main event from Nathan Dicker in second place and Andrew Sayre in third.
It was Bentvelzen's career first VR win and a career best finish for teenager rookie Wingless racer Andrew Sayre.
Official placings for the A-Main:
1. Dayn Bentvelzen 2. Nathan Dicker 3. Andrew Sayre 4. Zac Pacchiarotta 5. Troy Little 6. Jason Bates 7. Luke Weel 8. Marshall Blyton 9. Scott Thomsen 10. Mark Blyton 11. Casey O'Connell 12. William Lucas 13. Jamie Dicker 14. David Eggins 15. Michael Butcher 16. Troy Carey
BRITTEN'S BEAUT TITLE BUILD UP...
Four times Australian V8 Dirt Modified Champion Kevin Britten's bid for five crowns later this month at VR was given a sizeable boost last night with his main event win.
Britten led home Victorian standout Brett Clarke in second and Lismore's Mark Robinson in third in the final hit-out before the Aussie title on February 21/22.
The season has now seen Britten, Robinson, Clarke and Scott Cannon win main events as the national title shootout looms in three weeks.
The Aussie Championship will be a barn burner!
Official results for the A-Main were:
1. Kevin Britten 2. Brett Clarke 3. Mark Robinson 4. Zeke Edwards 5. Trent Schofield 6. Scott Cannon 7. Michael Ardley 8. Todd Hobson 9. Brendan Wakeman 10. Wayne Simpson 11. Mark Connolly 12. Mark Griffiths 13. Darren Todd 14. Colin O'Toole 15. Lindsey Cornwell
FERGUSON FLIES BUT IT'S NATHAN'S NIGHT Warren Ferguson made a welcome return to Speedcar racing but it was Nathan Smee who got the job done in the Speedcar main event last night at Valvoline Raceway Parramatta.
Matt Jackson trailed Smee and Ferguson to complete the podium.
Smee took the Wollongong Auto Parts GRD to his first win of the season but it was cool to see Warren Ferguson return to his roots with a great runner-up position in the category that started it all for him at the then PCR.
It was also cool to see Reid Mackay return to the top five and DJ Raw continue his speedy form to run fourth.
Cam Malouf recorded one of his best results for seventh and West Aussie Keenan Fleming made the long trek east to record a 13th position finish.
Official A-Main results:
1. Nathan Smee 2. Warren Ferguson 3. Matt Jackson 4. DJ Raw 5. Reid Mackay 6. Jay Waugh 7. Cameron Malouf 8. Harley Smee 9. Dean Meadows 10. Adam Wallis 11. Brett Morris 12. Michael Stewart 13. Keenan Fleming 14. Dan Biner 15. Stephen Birkett 16. Ayden Elliott 17. Andy Hassan 18. Jordan Mackay 19. Jeffrey Burns 20. Alan Day
CAMILLERI CRACKS ANOTHER...
Liam Camilleri backed up his earlier season victory with another A-Main success last night at Valvoline Raceway Parramatta in the Legend Cars battle.
Camilleri now has a back to back record as he lead home John Egan and Jacob Griffin to complete the podium last night in exceptionally warm conditions.
In a category where it's hard to even get one victory the idea of going back to back is no easy feat and there will definitely be a target on the Sydney teenager's back when the Legends return when he shoots for a hat-trick.
Official Legend Cars A-Main results:
1. Liam Camilleri 2. John Egan 3. Jacob Griffin 4. Matt Elliott 5. Dylan Goodger 6. Shane Anderson 7. Keanu De Palma 8. Cameron Jewell 9. David Browne 10. Kieren Pilkington 11. Greg Thompson 12. Trevor Stark 13. Troy Bolton