Speedway Sedans Australia News
Author : Jason Crowe – SSA Media
Two weeks ago, Tim Weir won one of the most amazing Modified Sedan B Mains, in National Title history. Last night, Weir won his first Queensland Modified Sedan Title, taking the lead just three laps from the finish.
The overwhelming favourite was Aidan Raymont, and the night in many ways belonged to Raymont, winning all four of his qualifying heats, and was well in control of the A Main, with a very handy lead in the first half of the race.
The second half of the race was perpetuated by a multitude of stoppages which kept the opposition close.
When Mark Raymont went to the rear of the field with ten laps remaining, this allowed Weir to move to second place and Tim Atkin to third. A further four stoppages occurred in the final ten laps, with the most significant being the stoppage on lap 37, when Raymont lost the lead, and soon after dropped to fifth place in a dramatic finish.
Weir would defeat Atkin, Dennis Shallcross, Lorensen and Raymont.
A Main, 40 Laps: 1. C58 Tim Weir, 2. G15 Tim Atkin, 3. BB81 Dennis Shallcross, 4. MK56 Gavin Lorensen, 5. Q1 Aidan Raymont, 6. G97 Brad Yarrow, 7. G27 Mark Raymont, 8. G116 Aaron Sander, 9. M21 Kent Shelford, 10. V61 Matt Nelson (38 laps), 11. CR78 Peter Gray (37), 12. G29 Jessica OMeara (32), 13. SB54 Michael Shelford (31), 14. SC22 Shannon Blackburn (31), 15. N36 David Jacobi (31), 16. G16 Jim Cowley (30), 17. B12 Jake Hawkins (29), 18. G4 Glenn Pagel (19), 19. MK23 Josh Crang (18), 20. SB10 Stephen Geritz (18), 21. G2 Chris Pagel (15). Time: No Time, Winning Margin: 1.037, Fastest Lap: 18.084 Q1 Aidan Raymont
Photos courtesy of Mr Click