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TAMWORTH driver Neil Farr stole the limelight at Kempsey’s Mt Cooperabung hillclimb on Sunday.
Farr has now won the first two rounds of the Tri-Series Challenge, his powerful Bowin Leyland V8 being too good for the opposition.
Farr’s time of 24.234 secs was over two seconds quicker than second-placed Coffs Harbour driver Dave Morrow’s Kryser Suzuki time of 26.310 seconds.
Third went to Newcastle’s Peter Robinson’s PRS Ford with a best time of 28.947 secs.
In the under 3000cc Sports Sedan Class, Gosford-based Tamworth club member Mark Broadhead, driving his Lightweight Mini (30.391 secs) had an easy win over Tamworth’s Bruce Worgan (33.599 secs).
Worgan borrowed Broadhead’s mini after his Commodore had differential problems in practice on Saturday.
In the over 3000cc Sports Sedan Class, Tamworth’s Matt Halpin was another to borrow a car after his Torana had engine malfunctions.
He borrowed his sister’s Nissan 200SX and produced an excellent time of 32.578 secs to give him second in class behind Singleton’s Paul Anstead V8 Commodore on 31.552 secs.
In the over 3000cc Club Car Class Gundy Hunt (31.219 secs), driving his XU1 Torana ran a close second to Newcastle’s Neville Gregory (30.890 secs), driving his Mazda RX7.
Tamworth’s Michealene Halpin (35.448 secs), driving her Nissan200SX, finished second in the Standard Road Car Class behind Newcastle’s Alex Slack (34.867 secs) in his Mazda Astina Sedan.
Round 3 of the Tri-Series Challenge comes to Tamworth’s Oakburn Park on September 3 and 4.
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