All eyes on Matty!



Heats were red hot with a variety of drivers taking wins for the night in round four. The panned out as follows:
V79’s Rankin with another win in the first of the heats for the night continues to set the pace. Matty Symons parks the V70 on the winner’s board in heat two. The Blue Vavoline machine of Jack Bell V81 took 1st in heat three Q96 Glen Underwood continued to make an appearance up the front with a win in heat four. Owen Milton piloted the V53 home to win heat five. Chris Bellman crossed the line first in the final heat in the V31.
Steph Munn had another rough night at the track getting caught up at a track that was very harsh on her last year. Can she shake the demons for the remainder of the week.
TJ Beasy quick in the boss but a flat battery saw him with a DNF when he was set to have two top three finish’s in the heats.
B main was run and won by V49 of Josh Buckingham.
Aranyosi snapped an axle in the heats and backed it into the wall, he then went on to show some poise to come through the B and take the final transfer spot into the A. He was out of 20th and out to make up as much ground as possible and managed to get up to 13th. Will this be the shake up to the series points that everyone didn’t see coming.
It was the win we all knew was coming and was well deserved as the V70 of Matty Symon’s didn’t put a foot wrong all night and saw the rewards with a feature win now under he’s belt.
V81 shook the bad luck from the last few rounds and showed the crowd what we are used to seeing from the young gun home in second place. Just the right conditions for the Boss Chassis of V51 Ash Sinclair giving the fans a show of what the American chassis is capable of. Karoussis takes home another white sash and denies another Victorian to make an all Victorian podium impossible.
Now with a night off and New Year’s Celebrations on the cards, next stop is Premier Speedway!

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