Mchugh, Pascoe win 30/30 Super Sedan Series

THE combination of national champion Jamie McHugh and Matt Pascoe proved too strong for the opposition after the duo dominated the two main events in the grand final of the 30/30 Super Sedan Spectacular at Lismore Speedway on Saturday night.

They clinched the overall series victory in a repeat of the previous week's opening round of the tournament at Toowoomba when McHugh and Pascoe emerged unbeaten.

The duo were the runaway winners of the series and their total dominance was underlined at Lismore after McHugh raced to a win in the initial main event that wrapped up the two round 30/30 Championship.

Pascoe completed the monopoly in the other A-Main to clinch a perfect feature race record for the tournament.

McHugh served notice of what was to come after he set a new track record in the earlier heat events.

The duo of Craig McGeorge and Luke Oldfield maintained their presence in the points chase with a runner-up finish in the first main event while Ian Brims and John Leslight took third.

Brims and Leslight kept the points coming with a runner-up finish in the second A-Main while Chris Jensen and Todd Doyle duo filled third with Doyle particular impressive in his particular stint.

The overall top three results for the 30/30 Super Sedan Spectacular were McHugh-Pascoe from Ian Brims and John Leslight while third place-getters were Mick and Peter Nicola after consistent top 10 placings in the four main events.

The one-meeting comeback of local businessman Paul O'Neill was highlighted with a second-place finish in a heat event, while team-mate and fellow comeback driver Ross Brims also was impressive in the heats with a strong victory earlier in the night.

It was an evening of rough and tumble action after Western Australian Paul Stubber rolled his sedan in the first main event.

The accident ended the chances of the much publicised combination of Stubber and former three time Australian Super Sedan Champion Ron Pyne.

Both A-Main events were reduced in laps by promoter David Lander in order to keep within the 10.30pm time curfew at the circuit.

Meanwhile, the Street Stock feature race was won by Matt Gamble, while Kurt Wilson took out the Junior Sedan A-Main.

Mel Rachaw took honours in the four-cylinder sedan feature race and Richard Mules was victorious in the Compact Speedcar feature race.



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