Round five of the Deniliquin Sporting Car Club's Autocourse Series was held on Sunday.July 18, 2014 11:35am
The younger generation of drivers was out in force at the Deniliquin Sporting Car Club’s latest Autocourse Series event on Sunday.
Five junior drivers aged between 14 and 18 hit the one-mile track at the club’s complex on Racecourse Rd, while female drivers also got involved with three of them recording personal best times.
Seventeen local and interstate drivers turned out for the event, each having six timed runs.
The winners were, Class A - Rod Fox (Nissan Pulsar); Class B - John Londrigan (Magna); Class C - Bryson Lloyd (Skyline); Class E - Allan Upton (Datsun 1600); Class L - Sarah Thompson (Datsun 1600); Class J - Harrison Rich (WRX).
Winton beckons for the club’s bitumen runners this weekend, who will take part in two days of sprints at the famous Victorian raceway.
The next event at the DSCC track is on August 10.
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