The final round of the 2015 Kerrick Sports Sedan Series this weekend (November 13-15) will be packed with blistering intensity. With 135 points on offer and just 34 points between first and third position in the championship standings, things are heating up and the Championship Title could fall to any of the three challengers.
As the thunderous tin tops get ready to hit Sydney Motorsport Park this weekend, eight-time and reigning champion Tony Ricciardello leads Steven Tamasi by just 11 points, with Tom Randle in third place just 34 points adrift of the points leader.
All three have been enjoying a strong year, but they won’t be the only ones to keep an eye on this weekend – with V8 Supercar race winner Jack Perkins also set to be on-track in the #4 Auto Union Deutsche Audi A4. While Perkins isn’t in the running for the title, he has taken victory in the last six straight races, and will be looking to continue his streak with no championship pressure upon his shoulders.
Also taking to the track will be Phil Crompton in the #12 Moonbi Oil Traders Ford Mustang, Shane Woodman in the Landells Signs BMW M3, Stuart Inwood in the A1 Towing AU Ford Falcon, Michael Robinson in the #32 Bell Real Estate Holden Monaro, Bruce Henley in the #43 Stawell Cartage Mazda RX8, Colin Smith in the #44 MR Automotive Holden Monaro, Bruce Banks in the #56 BJ Banks Electrical Mazda RX7, and Birol Cetin in the #27 Billy’s Motorsport and Auto Services Chev Camaro.
The action at Sydney Motorsport Park will kick off with unofficial practice on Friday the 13th of November, ahead of qualifying and race one on Saturday the 14th of November and two further races on Sunday the 15th. For full event information, please visit sportssedans.com.au
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