Round three of the Kerrick Sports Sedan Series, was held at Queensland Raceway this weekend and Jack Perkins made a clean sweep of it in his #4 Auto Union Deutsche Audi A4.
Perkins took both race wins, after clinching pole position and race one yesterday. After laying down the quickest ever non-open-wheel lap at the venue during Saturday’s qualifying (1m 07.1318s), he reset the lap record for the category to 1m 07.5097s in race two.
Second for the round was Steven Tamasi (#9 Domain Prestige Homes Holden Calibra), ahead of Shane Bradford (#68 Aston Air Conditioning Chev Camaro), while Kerry Bailey was awarded the Kerrick award in the #58 Rent Depot Aston Martin. Courtesy of his consistency and with dramas for eight-time and reigning champion Tony Ricciardello today, Tamasi has taken the championship points lead by a solo point ahead of Ricciardello.
Sunday's first race got off to a difficult start, when Shane Hart failed to leave the grid for the warm up lap in the #18 Smart Jump Start Mazda RX7, (officials had to push the car into the infield). Officials and Hart were then stranded on the infield between the straight and the exit of turn four, so the start had to be waved through for a lap so they could be brought in safely.
Catch the full wrap up of the round on the Kerrick Sports Sedans Website.