by | Dec 27, 2022 | QLD, SSA Super Sedans

Press Release Courtesy of the Super Sedan Association

Brad Pascoe has won the opening night of the Summer Slam, and Round Six of the McCosker Super Sedan Series at Autobarn Carina Speedway in Bundaberg.

Rockhampton’s Matty Williams kicked off the night in his brand new car with a win in the opening heat of the night.

Harry Doyle made it two for two for Rockhampton drivers when he was victorious in heat two.

National Champion Matty Pascoe was too good for the field in the third heat of the evening.

Hailing from Orange in New South Wales, Lachlan Onley marked his return to Super Sedans with a win in heat four.

Williams won his second heat of the night in heat five, dismantling the field, and crossing the line more than ten seconds clear of Ty Pascoe in second.

Doyle became the second driver of the night to take back to back heat wins when he won heat six.

Bundaberg’s own Casey Collins got a heat race win on his Super Sedan debut, when he won heat seven.

Doyle continued on his perfect night by taking out his third heat win in the penultimate heat race of the evening.

Andrew Roberts would narrowly win the final heat of the night, finishing just three tenths of a second clear of Brad Pascoe in second.

Doyle as the top qualifier opted to start the thirty lap main event from outside pole, with Onley starting the race from pole position.

Doyle would win the start and set off into the lead of the race, Onley would settle into second, with Victoria’s Mick Nicola just behind in third.

Pascoe having started from eighth began to make the moves on the top side of the track.

Pascoe would take sixth from Collins, after running side by side for a couple of laps. Next was Roberts to take fifth.

Nicola and Darren Kane were duking it out over third, Pascoe would take them both around the outside.

First Kane out of turn two, and then Nicola in turns three and four to move to third at the stripe on lap eleven.

Doyle at this stage had built a straight away lead over Onley and was into lap traffic.

Doyle would make contact with Brendon Kelly, which would bring out the caution light for the first time on lap twelve.

Doyle was deemed the cause of the stoppage and would be forced to relinquish the lead and go to the rear of the field for the restart.

At the restart Onley would take the lead, from Nicola who got back by Pascoe on the deleware double file restart.

Pascoe would mount the pressure on Nicola and would re-take second place just two laps after the restart, before the caution would again be out on lap seventeen.

Nicola would again take second place on the restart, however the caution light was straight back out for a spinning Roberts.

Pascoe would get the top side of the track for the restart and get back to second place.

had surged back through the field and took third from Nicola just after the restart.

Matty Pascoe had also made significant ground after starting from deep in the pack and was inside the top five with twelve laps remaining.

Brad Pascoe was all over the tail of Onley for the lead of the race.

Pascoe got a good exit out of turn two, and drove deep into turn three.

Pascoe would go right around the outside and take the lead heading into lap twenty.

had barely made it back to the line before the caution was out for Darren Saunders who came unstuck in turn one.

Pascoe would set off into the lead for the final ten laps, and was a couple of car lengths clear of a frenetic battle for second place.

Onley was under immense pressure from Doyle and Matty Pascoe.

Pascoe was able to take third from Doyle on lap twenty two, and after running side by side with Onley for three laps the yellows would come out for a stricken Casey Collins with six laps remaining.

Pascoe again resumed the race in the lead, with Onley second, and Pascoe third.

Pascoe would take second from Onley into turn one, and began to chase down his son with five laps remaining.

Pascoe would hold out his father for the third win of his young career and his first of the season.

Matty Pascoe would cross the line second just half a second behind. Onley would round out the podium narrowly ahead of Doyle in fourth, with Nicola closing out the top five in fifth.

The McCosker Super Sedan series continues tonight with night two of the Summer Slam at the site of the 2023 National Super Sedan Title at Mothar Mountain Speedway in Gympie, which can be viewed live on Clay Per View.

McCosker Super Sedan Series Round Six A Main – 30 laps 1. Q18 Brad Pascoe, 2. A1 Matty Pascoe, 3. N57 Lachlan Onley, 4. Q31 Harry Doyle, 5. V3 Mick Nicola, 6. Q39 Darren Kane, 7. Q51 Andrew Roberts, 8. Q6 Ty Pascoe, 9. Q47 Barry Craft, DNF Q21 Casey Collins (24), Q29 Darren Saunders (20), Q95 Bob McCosker (17), Q11 Rob Hamilton (17), Q84 Brendan Kelly (16).

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