Super3 finale called short, called non-event
Continuous rain and incidents at Sydney Motorsport Park caused the second race of the Dunlop Super2/Dunlop Super3 race to be red flagged, before ultimately being declared a non-race.
Nash Morris was the leading Dunlop Super3 driver when the race came to a halt.
He was the fourth-round winner as a result of his victory on Saturday and extends his series points lead.
With limited wet racing Morris was disappointed that race two was stopped. “I am ecstatic with the round win and the increase in my points lead, although I wish it could have kept going.”
Reef McCarthy was second for the round after he was second to Morris in race one, but his race two did not go well. He started last after his qualifying off-track excursion and was ninth in the Image Racing FG.
Throughout the second race Michael Anderson (FG) held second place and was comfortable in the early cessation of the soggy affair. “I was lucky to see my bonnet with the amount of water on the windscreen,” he reflected. Anderson took out Super 3 Cup class honours for the weekend.
Paul Boschert finally had a good run in his ex-PMM VE after persistent engine dramas, running fourth on the road behind David Murphy (FG) but unfortunately without a result in the end.
Second overall in Super 3 Cup Jim Pollicina was thankful for the non-race declaration as he bunkered his VE at Turn 1 and was one of the perpetrators for the red flag.