Leading Western Australian SSA Production Sedan competitor Barry Rose has once again gone to victory lane in the PTQCC Production Sedan Open Championships, with a commanding performance yesterday afternoon.
Rose got the better of a early battle with Holden Commodore pilots Hayden Norman and Ashley Baker to pull away in the concluding stages.Jacky Moroney worked his way into second place by the end of the twenty five lap A Main with Josh Fraser finding his way into third past Norman on the final circulation.
Pleasant find conditions greeted competitors with the SSA Production Sedans also contesting round three of the Natrad SSD Four Crowns Series.
Norman got the jump on Rose when the lights went green in the main event with Ashley Baker challenging the pair in the opening laps.
Baker made it three wide for the lead as the trio raced side by side in what was a great display of Speedway Sedan racing.
Kane McDiarmid spun out of fourth place on lap seven dropping back to ninth with Rose beginning to pull away.
With eight laps remaining Evert Mostert and Josh Macalpine came together while battling for eighth place which bunched the field back up.
Rose was unfazed by the restart and pulled away from the field as Norman continued to withstand the pressure from Baker, Moroney and Josh Fraser.
As the chequered flag fell it was Rose crossing the line over two seconds ahead of Moroney with Fraser, Norman and Baker rounding out the top five.
Josh Martinelli went through the day undefeated in the SSA Street Stock competition with National Junior Sedan Champion Mitchell Baker comfortably winning the SSA Junior Sedan twelve lap main event from Jhy Pack and Brody Day.
2020 PTQCC Production Sedan Open Championships A Main, 25 Laps: 1. W181 Barry Rose, 2. W78 Jacky Moroney, 3. W5 Josh Fraser, 4. W6 Hayden Norman, 5. W10 Ashley Baker, 6. W31 Kane McDiarmid, 7. W55 Murray Cleasby, 8. W19 Sean Bowen, 9. W33 Steve Schofield, 10. W0 Josh Macalpine, 11. W29 Josh Stewart, 12. W9 Allan Burrow, DNF W7 Terry Main (17), W56 Evert Mostert (17), W11 Daniel Day (3), DNS W79 Brian Purcell