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RAWLINGS, SMEE, CANNON AND BLYTON VICTORIOUS AT VALVOLINE RACEWAY



Congratulations to our main event winners last night at Valvoline Raceway!

We have a new Australian Speedway Legend Car Champion in Robert Rawlings. Rob took the 15-lap Championship win from John Egan in second place and Troy Bolton third.

Keanu Palma and Jason Griffin rounded out the top five.

Matt Elliott was sixth followed by Liam Camilleri, Dylan Goodger, Matt Gordon, Allen Leayr in tenth with SA’s Sam Putland in eleventh, David Browne twelfth, Clinton McKenzie thirteenth, Luke King fourteenth, Trevor Stark fifteenth, Sean Rooney sixteenth, Robert Amess seventeenth and Ken Enright being the last placed car in eighteenth.

Nathan Smee took the Wollongong Auto Parts GRD #14 to victory in the Speedcar main event leading home Kaidon Brown in second place and Cam Ware with a career best third place result.

Anthony Chaffey ran fourth ahead of Reid Mackay in fifth, Jay Waugh sixth, Matt Jackson seventh, Ayden Elliott eighth, Gary Rooke ninth and Dave Lambert rounding out the top ten with Cam Malouf in eleventh, Jamie Hall twelfth, DJ Raw thirteenth and Alan Day fourteenth.

Scott Cannon recorded another win in the V8 Dirt Modifeds continuing what has been a standout season for the Maitland hard charger.

Cannon took the win over Blake Eveleigh and Darren Todd to fill the podium with Mark Griffiths in fourth place and Wayne Simpson rounding out the five.

Paul Markulin was sixth ahead of Lindsay Cornwell in seventh, Craig O’Toole eighth and Shania Edwards ninth.

Marshall Blyton was a jubilant victor in the Wingless Sprint main event from a season best VR finish for Tyson Williams claiming second over Mark Blyton home in third making it a 1-3 for the Dubbo Blyton crew.

Marshall recorded his first ever victory at Valvoline Raceway in a main event and was understandably ecstatic to be able to record the win.

"It was his first win there (Parramatta) and I couldn’t run him down. It's a great moment to see him have a win. He just wanted to win there once before Parramatta's not there anymore," said proud Dad Mark this morning.

Chris Temby came home in fourth with Will Lucas fifth, Sean Mayo sixth, Mitch Bootland seventh, Shane Sheedy eighth, Corey Roberts ninth and Jarrad Rust completing the top ten.

Just outside the top ten were Matt Munn, Kaila Blayney, Adam Wray, Darren Young, Nathan Stevens and Wayne Arnold.

Photo: Gary Reid Photos.



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