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DUMESNY KING OF THE CLAY



Congratulations to our main event winners at Valvoline Raceway over the weekend on February 29.

Matt Dumesny was able to score another career victory the “King of the clay” feature race for the Ultimate Sprintcars NSW edging out Robbie Farr in second place and Jordyn Brazier scoring a well-deserved third place.

Just missing the final step of the podium was James Thompson in fourth ahead of Daniel Cassidy, Daniel Sayre, Jackson Delamont, Ben Atkinson, Marcus Dumesny and Max Dumesny rounding out the ten.

Jessie Attard was eleventh, Mick Saller twelfth, Chris McInerney thirteenth, Grant Tunks fourteenth, Brendan Scorgie fifteenth, Luke Stirton sixteenth, Jeff Lawler seventeenth and Dean Thomas the final car running in eighteenth.

Matt Smith added another A-Main win to his arsenal, this time in Late Models by grabbing the “W” in the 25-lapper ahead of multiple state title holder Lachlan Onley in second, Nathan Disney third, Robert Carrig fourth and son Joel Carrig completing the top five.

John Lodge Jr was sixth ahead of Barry Kelleher in seventh, Bruce Mackenzie in eighth and Justin Hackett the final finisher in ninth place.

Smith drove the Scott and Craig Foy new Rocket chassis to victory now taking his record to scoring feature races in Junior Sedans, Speedcars, Sprintcars and now Late Models – that’s quite a feat!

Australian Lightning Sprint AJ McTaggart scored another career VR main event success taking the honours from Chris Davis in second, Jordan Binskin third, Danny Stone in fourth and Vic McTaggart rounding out the top five.

Daniel Kleinig was home in sixth place ahead of Kyle Thomas seventh and Jack Selmes being the last car finished in eighth place.

We are currently seeking race results for the Modlites and will post them soon.

Congratulations to Queenslander Joel Smith for winning on debut in the Modlites A-Main.



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