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  • Lenny Bates is the overnight leader of the Speedway Sedans Australia, Coopers National Street Stock Title at Adelaide Motorsports Park, going through the night undefeated.

    Not only did Bates win all three of his heats on the opening night, the current Australia number two, will have a front row start on Saturday night, giving him a massive chance to start on the front row of the National Final.

    The night was plagued by incidents with 42 restarts throughout the night, 26 of them in the opening round of heats, which took two hours and fifteen minutes to complete. Behind Bates, three drivers have recorded two wins and a second placing, with Mark Jennings, defending Champion Rhys Heinrich and Nigel Reichstein all just eight points behind Bates

    Track conditions in the opening round of ten heats became treacherous as the heats unfolded, with the opening heat setting the tone, with four stoppages in the first seven laps. Bailey Heinrich would take the opening heat after starting on the front row, while Morris Ahearn would finish second and Mick Clark third.

    Evan Wakefield would win heat two by 4.661 seconds after two stoppages on the opening two laps, as a result of Daniel Ameduri and Jacob Mills both spinning. Carey Weston and Jason Duell would complete the podium, well behind Wakefield.

    Ethan Genev and Rhys Heinrich would both spin in turn one on the opening lap, resulting in an early stoppage. Mark Gartner would lead all the way to defeat Heinrich and Genev.

    Corey Sandow would have a big lead, with resulted for naught after a restart when Rod Berry spun in the main straight. This allowed Peter Walker from Western Australia to take the lead and record a narrow win, defeating Sandow and Chris Stewart who started from position nine.

    Heat five continued the stoppage trend when Andy Maxwell Jnr hit the fence in turn four. Gerrard Mabbett would also spin, this time in front of the field resulting in yet another stoppage. Mark Jennings drove a good race, coming from position nine to take the victory, while Peter Dowie who came from the back mark and Cody Heinrich filled the minor placings.

    Anthony Beare came under enourmous pressure in the concluding stages of heat six from Jace Kempton from Western Australia. Beare would hold on downing Kempton and Cody Avins, with Avins beating Scott Merrett by 0.005.

    Heat seven would see Chris Hay crash into the fence on lap three resulting in the eighteenth stoppage of the night. Jason Duell and Lenny Bates had a great battle for the lead, before Bates got the upper hand in the concluding stages, defeating the fast finishing Michael Hamon narrowly while Duell finished third.

    Darren Giacometti would record a big victory in heat eight after original leader Damon Thomson made contact with a back marker, resulting in a stoppage and being sent to the rear of the field. Giacometti easily accounted for Felicity Roycroft and Colin Peadon.
    Heat nine was a protracted affair with three drivers failing to complete half the race. Nigel Reichstein who started from position five would easily defeat Jayden Edwards who started on the back row and Simon Spitzbarth.

    Craig Buchanan was a mile in front in heat ten, but had to survive a late stoppage, narrowly hanging on to win by just 0.770, defeating Brad McClure and Darryl Atkinson.

    After an extensive track grade, the drivers were greeted by a much smoother surface and it would see the first heat go the distance without incident. Neville Nitschke would defeat Evan Wakefield and Robbie Faux, in heat eleven.

    Heat twelve would see a much closer margin than the heat that proceeded it, with Ricky Throckmorton seeing off the challenges of Mark Jennings and Mick Clark, before Jennings came back on the last lap to set up the narrow win. Mick Clark would finish third.
    Jacob Mills would come from position nine to win heat thirteen, with the race again going without incident. Mills had a good battle with Tasmanian Matt Atkinson before driving straight past, ultimately recording an easy win. Atkinson and Queensland based Travis Hutchison would fill the minor placings.

    Rhys Heinrich would home Bailey Heinrich in heat fourteen, with the Natonal Champion leading all the way. Corey Sandow would started from position nine, did a great job to finish third.

    Jack Barnewall thrashed the opposition in heat fifteen. Barnewall won by 6.640 easily accounting for Corey Bauld and Andy Maxwell Jnr.

    Jace Kempton would win heat sixteen, leading all the way. Darren Forrest drove well to finish second while Jaidyn Dredge held off several challenges to finish third.

    Anthony Beare would ride the wall on the second lap of heat seventeen, ending the race for the three times Champion. Paul Briggs would open a handy lead early in the race, but the gap closed in the latter stages with Shane Henry and Brad McClure finishing second and third.

    Michael Hamon would make it four West Australian wins in succession, when Hamon won heat eighteen. The drive was full of merit, winning by 5.109, starting at the back of the field and recording the quickest twelve lap time of the night. Grant Harris and Cade Cox would fill the minor placings.

    Lenny Bates would win again in heat nineteen, coming from position ten. Nigel Reichstein had a significant lead but it was whittled away by Bates, who then had a late restart help his cause, demoting Reichstein late in the race to second, with Matt Nelson finishing third.
    Peter Herbert was elated after winning heat twenty, with the West Australian coming from mid page to take the win. Sam Brumfield and Nathan Barbeler had a good battle for the minor placings with Brumfield finishing second.

    Robbie Faux made a great outside run on the field in the opening lap to set up his win in heat twenty one. Hayden Norman from Western Australia did not let Faux get away, with the two times National Champion winning by a car length, with Steven Watts third.

    Mark Jennings had a comfortable win in heat twenty two, before Neville Nitschke impressed by winning heat twenty three narrowly.

    Jack Barnewall appeared to blow a power steering hose on the opening lap on heat twenty three. Mills would drive right away from the opposition to down Morris Ahearn and Andy Maxwell Jnr.

    Rhys Heinrich would record a big victory in heat twenty five, winning nearly half a lap. Heat twenty six would see Matthew Maynard lead early before a great battle with Michael Hamon. Both would be caught by Bates, before the trio ran side by side. Hamon would suffer a flat tyre five laps from the end, while Bates would win and be undefeated at the end of the night.

    Anthony Beare would win heat twenty seven, but not until after he was forced to see off the challenge of Matt Nelson, who eventually retired and Craig Buchanan, with Buchanan losing narrowly while Chris Whatmore finished third.

    Jayden Edwards led all the way in heat twenty eight, downing the fast finishin Brad McClure, before Darryl Atkinson won an entertaining heat twenty night, with the lead changing several times between Atkinson and Sam Brumfield. Peter Herbert would steal second place right on the line, deposing Brumfield to third.

    The final heat of the night would have some drama for Damon Thomson who lost a wheel after four laps. Upon the resumption Nigel Reichstein would prove too good, accounting for Leigh Gooding and Wayne Sheerman.

    Racing commences at 5.00pm CDST on Saturday

    1. V74 Lenny Bates 108
    2. S21 Mark Jennings 100
    3. A1 Rhys Heinrich 100
    4. S14 Nigel Reichstein 100
    5. W56 Jace Kempton 87
    6. S58 Neville Nitschke 82
    7. S87 Jayden Edwards 81
    8. N111 Jacob Mills 80
    9. V24 Brad McClure 79
    10. V122 Corey Sandow 79
    11. S46 Anthony Beare 76
    12. S86 Bailey Heinrich 74
    13. W49 Peter Herbert 74
    14. V32 Darren Giacometti 72
    15. V37 Darryl Atkinson 72
    16. S7 Craig Buchanan 72
    17. W221 Evan Wakefield 70
    18. W78 Michael Hamon 66
    19. S38 Mark Gartner 66
    20. S17 Carey Weston 66
    21. V54 Morris Ahearn 64
    22. V29 Chris Stewart 64
    23. W85 Peter Dowie 64
    24. V127 Jason DeGoldi 63
    25. V182 Ricky Throckmorton 62
    26. V115 Robbie Faux 61
    27. W92 Paul Briggs 59
    28. V141 Darren Forrest 58
    29. V5 Steven Watts 57
    30. W181 Peter Walker 57
    31. S15 Sam Brumfield 56
    32. W16 Jack Barnewall 55
    33. T135 Matt Atkinson 55
    34. V112 Leigh Gooding 53
    35. V48 Mick Clark 52
    36. S132 Andy Maxwell Jnr
    37. S63 Cody Heinrich 51
    38. V102 Mick Dann 51
    39. V65 Felicity Roycroft 49
    40. V61 Matt Nelson 46
    41. V42 Chris Whatmore 46
    42. S18 Jason Duell 44
    43. W76 Hayden Norman 43
    44. V33 Shaun Henry 43
    45. V114 Megan Forrest 43
    46. S6 Grant Harris 41
    47. N53 Kasey Staker 40
    48. T177 Corey Bauld 40
    49. V94 Dean Jenkins 40
    50. N73 Colin Peadon 40
    51. S27 Cade Cox 39
    52. Q75 Travis Hutchison 38
    53. V13 Jaidyn Dredge 38
    54. S55 Matthew Maynard 37
    55. W51 Cody Avins 37
    56. NT143 Simon Spitzbarth 37
    57. V82 Shane Roycroft 35
    58. V41 Scott Merrett 35
    59. V93 Andrew Burgoyne 35
    60. V183 Brooke Ferguson 33
    61. T28 Dale Riley Jnr 32
    62. V169 Wayne Sheerman 32
    63. Q88 Nathan Barbeler 31
    64. W101 Damon Thomson 31
    65. V39 Gerrard Mabbitt 29
    66. W35 Daniel Ameduri 29
    67. T44 John Riley 28
    68. V145 Robert Smith 28
    69. V83 David Barrie 27
    70. V119 Eugene Bennett 27
    71. S23 Ben Whitehead 27
    72. V67 Corey Knox 27
    73. W34 Ethan Genev 26
    74. V47 Jason Faux 25
    75. V89 Andrew Jordan 25
    76. S69 Matthew Seidl 25
    77. V68 Dale Blomeley 24
    78. Q99 Peter Thompson 24
    79. W9 Marty Kelly 24
    80. S12 Darren Flatman 23
    81. S96 Wayne Fosteris 23
    82. T71 Luke Williams 22
    83. S22 Tony Prideaux 22
    84. S25 Jamie Crutchley 22
    85. S31 Adrian Wright 22
    86. T10 Matt Hammond 20
    87. S8 Paul Hayes 19
    88. V43 Nathan Dunn 19
    89. W104 Donna Vanzetti 18
    90. T124 Ben Riley 17
    91. W125 Craig Clayton 17
    92. V118 Scott Secombe 17
    93. NT3 Eric Donaldson 17
    94. S2 Anthony Buchanan 16
    95. V81 Dylan Campton 16
    96. Q188 Josephine Thompson 15
    97. V142 Chris Hay 15
    98. V144 Jared Wilkinson 15
    99. S91 Darren Brumfield 14
    100. V95 Scott Purdie 14
    101. S97 Jamie Stewart 14
    102. Q184 John Stoward 14
    103. S62 Trae Ballantyne 14
    104. S0 Moss Buchanan 14
    105. V64 Jayden Blomeley 13
    106. S66 Keenan Richards 13
    107. NT72 Rod Berry 13
    108. W138 Bob Wakefield 13
    109. T45 Brendon Green 12
    110. NT98 Corey Greening 12
    111. V57 Matthew Glab 11
    112. V77 Melissa Crutchley 10
    113. V113 David Missen 9
    114. S11 James Jamieson 8
    115. NT164 James Dennis 8
    116. S36 Adrian Jones 6
    117. S19 Phil Watson 6
    118. S59 Haydon Jolly 5
    119. V79 Wade Fell 3
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