Avalon Raceway presented the Victorian SRA 360 and Open Sprintcar Titles last night with seventy sprintcar lining the pits looking for title glory that history will now show two American drivers etched their names on the Title trophies.
Vogels started from 2nd pole for the 25 lap final alongside top pointscorer Darren Mollenoyux with Domain Ramsay and Mathew Reed filling the 2nd row.
Mollenoyux was anxious to get going at the fall of the green and forced a restart as he smashed the loud pedal and jumped the start.
Williams was to restart and ran effectively the remaining 22 laps with no air in the tyre, coming an impressive 11th in the 360 powered unit. Liam Williams in the BSR V91 ART awaits a push in earlier heat action - he came 11th in the feature amongst a field of 410's !
A couple of laps later Nick Lacey exited the race after he brought down the yellows after tagging the Turn 3 wall as a result of steering (drag link) failure. On the restart Mollenoyux had all the answers and opened up a good 10 car lead on Vogels, with Van Bremen holding 3rd and Domain Ramsay and Matthew Reed having a great battle for 4th place.
By lap 10 Mollenoyux had snuck up on lapped traffic while Vogels had starting to whittle away at the straightaway lead that Mollenoyux had created.
Meanwhile Vogels continued to cut through traffic until Steve Caunt in the spectacularly prepared NSW #9 spun on turn 3-4. On the restart with 5 laps remaining it was Jonny Vogels from Domain Ramsay, Matthew Reed, Mike Van Bremen, Tim Van Ginneken, Glen Saville, Glen Sutherland, Darren Hickman, Dennis Jones, Brett Milburn, Liam Williams, Peter Milnes and Steve Caunt.
Vogels was a clear winner as he crossed the line from the much improved Domain Ramsay and Matthew Reed. A massive field of forty cars had descended upon Dave Robert’s Heartland Raceway facility to do battle, with quite a few new Rookies in the field.
Earlier in the evening Heats where taken out by Domain Ramsay, Dennis Jones, Johnny Vogels, Mollenoyux (x2) , Hickman, Van Bremen, Saville. The next round of SRA Eureka Garages and Sheds Series is this Saturday night (10th) at Geelong’s Avalon Raceway.
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First up was the 360 Sprintcar time trials and defending Victoria 360 Champion Matthew Reed set the fastest time and showed that he was going to hard to beat on the night.
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The Open Sprintcars were next on the card for their time trials and once the defending Open Victoria Sprintcar Champion Darren Mollenoyux set the fastest time.
Rookie Liam Williams driving the Bruce Stephens Racing (BSR) V91 ART clipped the slowing Rankin and suffered a deflating left front tyre. It was devastating for the in-form Mollenoyux as all he could do was coast around with back markers now lapping him.
Mike Van Bremen took the victory in the Open class to be on pole for the Open title with Will Carroll in P2.
In was now time for the last chance races, the C an B main for the Opens and the B Main for the 360 sprintcars, John Vogels took the win in the open C Main to go to the B Main where he drive through the field to fall one place short of transfer to the Open Title, USA driver Randy Hannagan took the win in B Main from newly crowned Victoria 360 Champion Geoff Ensign, the 360 B Main was taken out by Chris Solomon ahead of Rory Button.360 Feature race time and it was Michael Cunningham taking the lead on lap one in the Victorian 360 Championship only to passed by Geoff Ensign on the next lap while the action was happening further back.
Defending Champion Matthew Reed was on the move after having to start deep in the pack due a poor run in his heat race. Into the latter Stages of the race and Reed who had made a pass on Milburn and was in touch with Ensign but with more lapped traffic Ensign made precise moves to find his way through the traffic and once clear showed his car speed once again opening the gap back to Reed to go on and take the Victoria 360 Sprintcar Championship over Matthew Reed from Brett Milburn in third place followed by Michael Cunningham, Paul Solomon, Brenten Farrer and Rory Button.
Round out the field were Chris Solomon in eight place followed by Phil Lock, Bill Fraser, Tony Moule, Mark Weaver and Jamie Oa€™Neill.With no time to waste in was the Victorian Open Title time and with three drivers Ensign, Reed and Milburn dashing to get into their other machines the field assemble for the start.
Mike Van Bremen and Will Carroll would lead the field off at the drop of the green flag, Van Bremen took the lead but Milburn was already on a charge in the first lap to cross the line in second place after starting from position four with Dennis Jones in third and Carroll back to fourth before retaking third place from Jones on the next lap.With a slick racing surface the action was close right through the field, while the drivers settled into their racing rhythms, Jeremy Cross was making his presence felt chasing the leaders while in fourth place and Kyle Hurst was also starting to move through the pack, Hirst had move to sixth place by laps six as was closing in on Jones, Nick Lacey was also on the charge to be in fourth place by lap six. Milburn was wearing Van Bremen down and looking forth the lead as the drivers started to head into traffic before taking the lead on lap ten, the order was now Milburn from Van Bremen who now had Hirst in the PRR Engineering V10 ART car all over him like a rash with Cross Lacey and now Stephen Bell moving into play.Mid race distance and Milburn was holding Hirst at bay only have the lead taken away a few laps latter by Hirst leaving Milburn in the clutches of Nick Lacey who was demoted another spot back to third after two third race distance before the only caution of the race. With only a hand full of laps to go Hirst was in control with Lacey next then Milburn who now had Cross on his tail tank, Bell was next followed by Van Bremen and then Matthew Reed trying all he could to take Van Bremen while Randy Hannagan was also in the picture.As the laps wound down Kyle Hirst was not going to be denied the win after passing ten cars to get to the front and greeted the chequered flag with nearly a two second margin over the impressive Nick Lacey in second from third place man once again Brett Milburn with Jeremy Cross next across the line followed by Stephen Bell, Matthew Reed, Mike Van Bremen, Randy Hannagan, Will Carroll and Geoff Ensign in tenth place.



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