RIPPING IT UP: Whitsunday Rally Car Club drivers headed south two weeks ago for the Central Queensland Championships at Rigeland west of Rockhampton. Photo Zac Bailey / Whitsunday Times
RIPPING IT UP: Whitsunday Rally Car Club drivers headed south two weeks ago for the Central Queensland Championships at Rigeland west of Rockhampton. Photo Zac Bailey / Whitsunday Times

Solid results for drivers

WHITSUNDAY drivers headed south for the first round of the Central Queensland Championships at Ridgelands, west of Rockhampton two weeks ago.

A total of 37 drivers competed, with six representing the Whitsunday Rally Car Club. Warren Morten won his class which was a terrific result for him.

Dale Williamson did well also to take out second in his class, while Tas Taylor and Jacko Miller placed third in their class. Junior Wayne Morton and Kaitlyn Williams also represented the club, with Wayne winning the junior class in his Ford Laser, while Kaitlyn finished second in her Daihatsu Feroza.

Drivers are busy hitting the track in preparation for the second round of the championships that will be held in Gladstone on April 21-22.

 

Anyone interested in joining the Whitsunday Rally Car Club should email club president Drew Denman at wscc@gmail.com.

RESULTS

SENIORS

Dale Williamson - 2nd Class, Outright, Class 4wd, vehicle Daihatsu Feroza

Warren Morten - 1st Class, 4th outright, Class 2wd up to 1600cc, vehicle Ford Laser

Tas Taylor - 3rd class, class 2wd over 2001CC, vehicle Ford Telstar

Jacko Miller, 3rd class, 5th outright, class 4wd, vehicle Subaru liberty

JUNIORS

Wayne Morton - 1st Junior Class, vehicle Ford Laser

Kaitlyn Williams - 2nd Junior Class, vehicle Daihatsu Feroza


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