Azza Beats the Bug and is back on top!


Mid Western Speedway always seems to test drivers and round two was no different. Coming off last night’s first round, some were keen to continue how they started out and others were keen to shake the curse of the night before. Here is how it panned out.
Headed up by A1 Dylan Willsher ‘king pin’ who took out the first of the heats, followed by baby Buckingham V18 Brooke taking the flag in heat two over the V50 of James Aranyosi. Heat three saw Rankin in the V79 continue his form and pace to cross in first place. Daniel Burleigh drove a ripper race in the V36 to put his first heat win on the board with an exciting charge from Jack Disburry V17 snatch 2nd place on the line from Josh Buckingham in the V49. Dale Sinclair was quick again in Victoria’s 95 winning heat five with ease. Was great to see the Queenslander’s get their first heat winner in that of Q96 Glenn Underwood who had some intimidating challenger hot on his heels in that of course of none other than the V50 Edge Chassis driver James Aranyosi who finished the heats with two 2nd place finishes.
Get set for the B!
Owen Milton took out the B from V81 Jack Bell, V51 Ash Sinclair and Angelo Karoussis.
James Aranyosi didn’t have the start to Speedweek this year that he would have liked to have had after suffering from a virus. But by round two of the series he had shaken the bug and was back on his A game and now he means business. The V50 is the current Victorian Champion and the runner up of the last two Speedweek series definitely has something to prove this time round.
Azza took out Round two at Mid Western Speedway in style. Josh Buckingham who is also a current title holder but across the border in South Australia brought the V49 across the line in 2nd place, the older of the Buckingham brothers gets the bragging rights this time round over younger brother Brooke, but don’t stamp the V18 out just yet with his own promising results. The V79 green machine of Terry Rankin has parked her on the podium two nights in a row and might just be one to watch. A1 Dylan Willsher was hot on the heels of the top three seeing out the podium in fourth place. Chris Bellman’s bad luck continued and is hoping that third time will be the charm with glimpses of having the goods.

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