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Season Cut Short




With news announced that the final round of the Ivix Industries South West Sedan Championship at the Trade Hire Augusta Margret River Speedway cancel due to government implications to reduce the outbreak of the COVID-19 virus. The four South West clubs have agreed to call the series after three rounds.

Most dirt tracks are feeling the pinch of the implications that have been put in place by the State and National Governments, the Augusta Margret River club has put a halt to their season, in which included the final round of the series to be held on March 28.

With only three of the four rounds complete, the clubs and sponsors have agreed that the overall prize, the Ivix Industries roll cage will be awarded, meaning Junior Sedanís Matthew Thomson will be crowned the inaugural South West Sedan Champion.

The prize money payout for the Street Stocks and Production Sedans will be slightly reduced due to the final round not being run to a $3,000 prize pool giving the wins to both Michael Hamon and Kyle Sayer.

Drivers who are wanting to know about their prizes and prize money are to contact the Facebook page.

We appreciate that everyone respects the outcome as we look forward to 2020/2021 South West Sedan Championships.

Big thanks to all the series sponsors:
Ivix Industries
Down Under Graphics
Shanoweb Designs
City Discount Tyres Margret River
Dirt Track Nutters

Amended Payout:
1st: $1,000
2nd: $600
3rd: $400
4th: $250
5th: $200
6th: $150
7th-10th: $100

Point Scores:

Junior Sedans
1. 15 Matthew Thomson 400
2. 24 Jonty Barnsby 279
3. 23 Hope Batchelor 212
4. 11 Erin Fraser 114
5. 43 Jorja Davies 86
6. 53 Tobi Gunson 68

Street Stocks:
1. 7 Mick Hamon 341
2. 16 Clint Hadley 276
3. 10T Damon Thomson 238
4. 15 Wayne Thomson 230
5. 4 Ethan Genev 198
6. 5 Jeff Rogers 159
7. 18 Jack Favero 136
8. 97 Glenn Chinnery 124
9. 69 Paul Joss 115
10. 11 Greg Hall 112
11. 55 Jace Kempton 102
12. 6 Hayden Norman 100
13. 36 Joe Wilson 97
14 16M Colin Metcalfe 94
15. 10F David Fall 93
16. 16B Jack Barnewall 86
17. 44D Brodie Dunn 82
18. 81A Damien Amato 80
19. 21W Evan Wakefield 79
20. 25 Bradley Roberts 77
21. 27 Damon Lyall 77
22. 75 Mick Comley 70
23. 44H Peter Herbert 66
24. 46 Jason Batchelor 64
25. 81W Peter Walker 63
26. 2 Shane Whild 58
27. 26 Brendan Fagan 57
28. 35 Craig Clayton 56
29. 102 Mitchell Claybrook 49
30. 70 Scott Hunter 48
31. 24W Jake Williams 44
32. 99 Alex Swift 39
33. 14 Anthony Page 35
34. 63 Bryden Southwell 34
35. 228 Grant Hinkley 32
36. 21M Courtney McKean 31
37. 314 Sean Puttick 29
38. 43 Josh Davies 28
39. 53 Glen Graham 21
40. 71 Adam Houston 21
41. 51 Justin Melhuish 18
42. 95 Keith Fitzgerald 18
43. 3 Justin Pianto 16
44. 20 Clinton Waldron 14
45. 81C Lincoln Coleman 11
46. 31 Cody Avins 10
47. 24M Tim Matthews 6
48. 12 Kade Helms 5

Production Sedans:
1. 95 Kyle Sayer 390
2. 31 Kane McDiarmid 166
3. 11 Jake Avins 158
4. 86 Wayne Leviston 149
5. 181 Barry Rose 144
6. 13D Shane Dubberlin137
7. 41 Rickie Nuccini 131
8. 12 Rod Musarra 123
9. 71T Aydan Trewern 112
10. 5 Peter Huntjens 104
11. 69 Rob Wolfenden 98
12. 20 Matt Noakes 91
13. 23 Clint Noakes 82
14. 78 Jacky Maroney 81
15. 88 David Merini 67
16. 46 Jason Batchelor 64
17. 112 Warren Flavel 63
18. 91G Damon Gherardi 63
19. 114 Daniel Flavel 60
20. 57 Kelsey Beard 58
21. 92 Shane Devonshire 57
22. 71B Darren Blight 47
23. 27P Nicholas Porter 47
24. 54 Graeme Rafferty 44
25. 26 Robbie Trenaman 44
26. 91D Blaine Devonshire 39
27. 25 David Brewer 38
28. 13M Brad Mitchell 37
29. 27S Rachel Spalding 36
30 4 Phil Procopio 33
31. 97 Zoe Seery 27
32. 9 Ryan Mitchell 23
33. 186 Mitchell Moody 22
34. 77F Mark Fardella 20
35. 380 Bruce Bell 19
36. 96 Shaune Davy 13
37. 77P Hayden Purnell 10
38. 6 Jamie Simmonds 8
39. 61 Jake Blight 6
40. 73 Shaun Toye 5

Article Courtesy of Morgan Melvin

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