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Nov 2022 Championship Season

You couldn't ask for a better day for racing, low 20's and a dry track. It was always going to be a sad day as after 13 memorable years we were switching off the transmitter and shelfing the old girl. We had a great turnout from drivers that came to say farewell, to drivers that have never raced there before and wanted the last opportunity to do so and to the club members who wanted to fight it out for club champion bragging rights.



Aaron Morris had another great day with his pink Alfa Tamiya and took the trifecta; TQ, fastest lap and overall win, his TT-02 was too strong for Matty Durbidge.

1st - Aaron Morris

2nd -Matty Durbidge




Tim Boundy and Jason Milbourne have had many great battles in the past and it was no exception in the M-Class. It was super tight, bumper to bumper racing from start to finish but Tim was just a little too strong and took the overall win. Clint Challenger had a great days racing and finished strongly for 3rd.

1st - Tim Boundy

2nd -Jason Milbourne

3rd-Clint Challenger



Once again there was a full field for the Kyosho class with both novice and experienced mixing it up on the track with lots of door crunching carnage for extra drama.

Ron Maya and his orange Porche were once again too strong by winning all the races, 12 year old Jaxon Durbidge took it up to Ron and held his own with a stellar race to finish 2nd, this kid will be a star!! It was ties for 3rd place between Aaron Morris and Ed Harris, with both on 288 points it went to the tie breaker where Aaron took it with a small margin. Special mention to Ed with his pink Donut King and Barbie Toyota Prias with a massive Mustang wing on the rear, it look amazing on the track!

1st- Ronald Maya

2nd- Jaxon Durbidge

3rd- Aaron Morris



Once again the Tempie boys of Tim and Milza dominated the TCR class with Tim too strong again over Milza and taking all 4 races, Grant Davies and his Honda had a great race and was only 3 points behind 2nd place.

1st - Tim Boundy

2nd -Jason Milbourne

3rd - Grant Davies


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Joel Ricketts car was a little loose showing some of his Tokyo drifting skills but he managed to contain it and dominated the 21.5 field taking all 4 races, Paul Evans put up a solid fight and came in 2nd followed by Matty Durbidge only loosing out by 2 points. It was great to see Matty back driving after his recent operation.

1st- oel Ricketts

2nd- Paul Evans

3rd- Matty Durbidge


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There was some great close racing between Luke Gunnell and Joel Ricketts, both had 2 wins each but it was Joel who finished off 3rd in R2 that pushed him to 2nd place by 1 point. Ron Maya had another solid performance and came in 3rd

1st-uke Gunnell

2nd- Joel Ricketts

3rd- Ron Maya


Happy days


Full LiveTime race results can be viewed HERE

2022 Championship Season Drivers Points HERE

This was a sad day as we said farewell to the old track, we are taking with us a bucket load of memories, if only the track could speak there would be many stories to tell. We now look forward to the future and a new era out our new indoor venue at Beckley Park. We look forward to hosting our major event the Geelong Challenge Cup between 2nd & 4th Dec. Get your tickets HERE


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