(In the early stages it looked like the battle for victory would be an exclusive fight attended by Muston and Salmon)
(Outright Winner: Angelo Lazaris drove a superb opening stint to position the Prep’d Lotus Exige GT3 for a shot at the win.)
(After leading Class B for a majority of the race, Townsend and Soole were robbed of victory minutes from the end)
(Class B winner Nick Cancian)
(Class C winner Rob Hay comes through turn 10 on his way to victory in the hour endurance race)
The Class C battle eventually went the way of Rob Hay in another Mazda MX5. Holding off the pairing of Stannard and McGann who had entered a Porsche 944 in the Sydney round as the regular Porsche RSCS the pair usually share is still being repaired. While the decisive move for the class victory was made on lap 4 with Hay passing Stannard, the pair were never separated by more than seconds on track. “It was a great race, I really had a ball out there. We couldn’t quite catch Hay in the closing stages, but I still had a great time out there pushing hard,” enthused McGann.
Next the NSW Production Sports Car Championship heads to Goulburn’s Wakefield Park for the fifth round of the series. With a trio of sprint races on the billing we are sure to be treated to more great entertainment at the tight southern NSW circuit.
All the action from the fourth round will also feature on an episode of Blend Line TV in the coming weeks. Details of that broadcast will be announced closer to the air date.