PASCOE MASTERS KINGAROY!

by | Mar 20, 2022 | QLD, SSA Super Sedans | 0 comments

Press Release by Luke Nichols

Just hours before his eighteenth birthday Brad Pascoe has stormed to the biggest win of his young career by taking out the thirty lap feature race in round thirteen of the McCosker Super Sedan Series brought to you by Tasman Racewear at Kingaroy Speedway.

Defending series champion Sean Black got his night off to the perfect start when he won heat one.

Pascoe would win heat two, and Victorian Mick Nicola would take the win in heat three.Steve Jordan banked his first heat win of the night in heat four. Mark O’Brien held off Hayden Brims for the win in heat five.

Heat six was a thriller with Justin Randall and National Champion Matty Pascoe running side by side for the majority of the race. Randall pipped Pascoe at the post to take the win.M. Pascoe would get his heat win in heat seven.

Trent Wilson got going on the top side of the track to win the penultimate heat of the night, and Jordan would secure top qualifier by taking a big win in heat nine.

As top qualifier Jordan got to pull the invert card and pulled the four, putting himself out of P4 for the thirty lap main event.

Black would start from pole position with B. Pascoe on his outside, and M. Pascoe out of three.

Black and B. Pascoe ran side by side for the first lap and a half before the yellows were on for a big crash in turn one, that saw Nicola, Zak Hudson, Randall and Brendan Doyle all exit the race, as well as Jordan who broke an engine belt.With a lap complete and B.

Pascoe leading at the line, he would be alone at the front for the Deleware double file restart.

B. Pascoe set off into the lead with Black and M. Pascoe in hot pursuit. Wilson after starting from sixth was on to the podium by lap seven when he moved by M. Pascoe for third.

B. Pascoe continued to lead, and was into lap traffic around the mid point of the race. Black was hot on his hammer applying plenty of pressure which Pascoe handled with ease and would begin to build a lead in traffic.

In just his fourteenth career start Pascoe would go on to record a dominant three second victory in which he lapped half the field in the process. Black would cross the line in third well clear of Wilson in third.

M. Pascoe would cross the line in fourth, ahead of Brims who would round out the top five. There is no rest for the McCosker Super Sedan Series with round fourteen this weekend at Toowoomba.

Official Result

A Main – 30 laps 1. Q18 Brad Pascoe, 2. Q26 Sean Black, 3. Q44 Trent Wilson, 4. A1 Matty Pascoe, 5. N77 Hayden Brims, 6. Q28 Zac Pascoe, 7. Q99 Mark O’Brien, 8. T3 David Nichols, 9. Q6 Ty Pascoe, 10. Q20 Josh McLaren, 11. Q8 Rod Enman (29), 12. Q35 Carter Armstrong (29), 13. Q12 Damon Musch (29), 14. Q5 Ben Robertson (29), 15. Q84 Brendan Kelly (29), 16. Q4 John Sheehan (28), 17. Q42 Michael Taylor (28), DNF Q98 Michael Hally (17), N29 Zac Brims (16), V3 Mick Nicola (1), Q33 Justin Randall (1), Q65 Zak Hudson (1), Q31 Brendan Doyle (1), Q10 Steve Jordan (0).

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