• On a hot summer night at Moama the Mainline DynoLog Dynamometers All Star Series main event went flag to flag with an elated Brenten Farrer coming home in first place. Starting on pole for the A Farrer didn’t have it all his way with young gun Chris Temby in the Fosters Transport V18 getting the start and leading the early stages. The Foster/Temby combination had been busy through the week replacing the engine that they hurt last weekend at Nyora. Farrer managed to pass Temby when lap traffic came into play.

    Current point’s leader SA33 Mark Caruso was also hot on the tail tanks of these 2 for a few laps before he managed to pass Temby for 2nd. With only a couple of laps left Caruso made a couple of attempts to get under Farrer but couldn’t get it done and settled for second at the checkers. Cyclone Solomon was also moving up the field and gaining on P1 and P2 coming home in 3rd. V18 Chris Temby finished 4th and V64 Kane Newcombe rounded out the top 5.
    Early in the night the track wasn’t kind on tyres but as the sun set it allowed the immense amount of water the track held to ease this. The feature was shortened to 25 laps instead of 30 early in the night just to be on the safe side but it wouldn’t have mattered as tyres weren’t a problem by this stage. “It was a credit to all the track prep guys fighting temperatures in the 40s for a few days to keep the track in condition and the immense amount of water they poured into it the during the week worked.” Searle said after the feature.


    After destroying his car last weekend and rebuilding during the week VA2 BJ Harris had engine gremlins at the start of the night. The team worked hard and managed to find the problem and won the Maxis Keep on Fighting Award for all their effort. NS22 Jarreth Argus took out the TEH Hard Charger. After setting Quick Time in his group unfortunately D26 Todd Moule’s night was done before it started with the team retiring with engine problems.


    VA91 Dan Scott was another to burn the midnight oil through the week after rolling at Nyora. The team have been having mechanical issues for weeks and finally managed to fix the problem and had a solid result for the night with a 7th place.


    Heat race wins went to – Mark Caruso, Paul Solomon, Kane Newcombe, and Brenten Farrer


    A Main results: - 1st V34 Brenten Farrer, 2nd SA33 Mark Caruso, 3rd V7 Paul Solomon, 4th V18 Chris Temby, 5thV65 Kane Newcombe, 6th VA9 Jamie Hennessy, 7th VA91 Dan Scott, 8th Donnaz, 9th V43 Corey Sandow, 10th V46 Jordan, 11th V47 Jeremy Kupsch, 12th NS22 Jarreth Argus, 13th D21 Zac Farrer, 14th NT52 Jason Bolitho, 15th VA2 BJ Harris, 16th SA37 Terry Kelly, 17th V10 Steven Loader, 18th N36 Eddie Lumbar – DNF.


    Contingency Winners
    IDIGIT Lucky $100 draw – Terry Kelly - $100 cash
    Bar Up 8 – David Donegan
    Bullseye Lucky 7 – Dan Scott - $100 cash
    Heath Hunter Hire Quick Time Award – Mark Caruso – $100 cash
    HCC Maxie’s Keep on Fighting Award – BJ Harris - $100 cash
    TEH Hard Charger – Jarreth Argus - $100 cash
    Fosters Last Man Standing – Steven Loader - $100 cash
    Hoosier Hero – Brenten Farrer - $100 Hoosier voucher
    Mint Pig Lucky Draw – Paul Solomon- $100 Fuel Card
    Skidmore Racing Lucky Draw – Jeremy Kupsch – 5ltr drum of gear oil


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