February March 2020 Khanacross and Motorkhana results

The Douglas Shire Motor Sports Association held an unusual event earlier this month.

Unusual because the club has never held a race meeting in February before, its usually to wet and because of the twenty-one competitors almost half were juniors.

Leading the charge was Seth Perry. Perry won the Junior class with a penalty free day and finished a very respectable eleventh out right.

Josh Yendle drove the wheels off the club Camry but was no match for Perry’s four wheel drive Subaru, having to settle for second spot on the podium, while Seth’s brother Cain rounded out the top three juniors.

Seth’s first place now means the twins are one win a piece heading into the third round of the championship.

Despite a flat tyre and suffering over heating problems, young Edmonton driver, Izaac Tompkins was able to steer his Hyundai Excel into fourth spot.

Mackenzie Barry rounded out the top five juniors and placed third in the ladies class, while Amber Yendle continues to gain confidence on the big track.

Daniel Andrews and Baylee and Cooper Morana who all competed last year in the junior motorkhana had their first run on the longer and more challenging khanacross track.

Despite some early nerves the three were able to finish the day incident free and happy with their results.




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