Author : Jason Crowe – SSA Media
The Brims Concrete Super Sedan Series supported by the AFCO Shock Doctor, Northern Rivers Hydraulics, A & M Meats as well as Murwillumbah Car and Truck Electrics moves back to the Castrol Edge Lismore Speedway this Saturday night with an excellent field entered for the 50 Lap Main event.
With eyes firmly set on the Victorian Super Sedan Title at Moama, the home of the National Title in a fortnights time, eyes will also be set of Lismore, with the Queensland contingent set to have their last hit out before the trip South to contest the National Title.
Darren Kane has been in ominous form lately and totally dominated last Sunday in a reduced field after rain postponed Saturday nights event.
Kane lowered the track record in a heat race before driving away from the field in the main event, but there are no high banks at the Lismore Showgrounds, which in the past has suited Matty Pascoe.
Pascoe finished on the podium last Sunday, and lowered the track record set by Kane, showing he too is on the pace leading into Saturday nights epic 50 lap main event and the National Title just around the corner.
Ed Doherty and Bob McCosker had their best nights of the season last Sunday and are both entered for the Lismore event, as is Sean Black, Wayne Randall and Tania Smith who have all been consistent throughout the series.
The Super Sedan Golden Jubilee 50 lap event will have three heats per driver, the top eight draw and then the main event, with racing scheduled to commence at 5.00pm EDST.
Q0 Justin Randall
N3 Tania Smith
Q6 Wayne Randall
Q12 David Musch
N14 Mark Towers
Q15 Matt Pascoe
Q15 Gavin Northfield
Q19 Tonny Brinkmann
Q26 Sean Black
Q29 Darren Saunders
Q31 Brendan Doyle
Q36 Darren Kane
Q39 Bob McCosker
Q48 Rodney Craft
Q72 Shayne Lau
Q76 Ian Brims
Q91 Ed Doherty
Q99 Mark O’Brien
Picture: Sean Black, who has been highly consistent throughout the series
Photo courtesy of Angryman Photography