As with the first two encounters on the weekend, Cameron jumped from the second on the grid to the polesitter Mostert, leading the field to the first corner.
However, unlike Saturday, Mostert did not let Cameron check out the opening lap of this race and stayed in the tail of the GRM Peugeot.
However, before their battle proceeded to the next turn, a safety car was deployed for Lee Holdsworth’s smoking Ashley Sword Alfa Romeo, who stopped at McPhilamie Park.
The race resumed on lap 5, Mostert was at the tail of leader Cameron, and third-placed Jordan Cox passed Garstandel’s MPC Audi on lap 1 in front of the safety car.
The race was carefully returned as less than half of the race laps were completed. This time, a Civic model for Tony Dalberto’s Beachwall Racing Honda, who ran a lot at the exit of the corner of hell after seemingly restless to a similar person in Michael Dalberto.
Dalberto was finally able to get back on track, allowing him to sprint four laps to the finish at Bassert.
Cameron completed the restart again to maintain the lead from Mostert, and Cox fell behind the two, causing visible damage to the left rear of his GRM-run Peugeot. ..
However, on lap eight, Mostert made a big break through the final corner, broke out of Cameron’s slipstream on the start / finish straight, and took the lead only after running a textbook pass inside the Hell corner.
Mostert couldn’t shake Cameron right away, the two drivers started the final lap with nose-to-tail, and Cox joined the mix.
However, the MPC driver achieved the fastest lap of the race on the final tour and received the checkered flag with a winning margin of over 1 second.
Cameron maintained his second position from Cox. The gap between the two drivers is only 0.242 seconds at the finish line.
Multiple Bathurst 1000 winners Tander couldn’t threaten the top trio to stand on the podium, finishing the race more than three seconds behind his teammate Mostert, and Wall Racing’s John Martin was Honda’s. I came in 5th place at the top.
Bradley Shields was ranked 6th on Tilton Racing’s only Hyundai, and Jason Bargwana after his brother Ben ran wide on another Peugeot on the Burson team after a second restart on lap 7. , 7th place.
Nathan Morcom was 9th on the HMO Hyundai team, beating his teammate Josh Buchan in just 6/10 seconds.
Super Car Race winner Michael Caruso was unfortunately in 18th place ahead of Clemente, Chelsea Angelo (MPC) and Dalberto’s wrapped car.
Mostert passes through Cameron and completes a clean sweep
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