Day two of the South Coast Nationals has seen the Summit Racing Equipment Sportsman Series racers well and truly deliver some super performances as they looked to claim Australian National Drag Racing Association Christmas Trees in Portland.
In Modified Bike, Lucas Neagoe took the win over South Coast 660 winner Sean Ricketts. Neagoe raced his Suzuki GSXR1000 to the final with victories over B Finn and Matthew Yard before a round three bye, while Ricketts had taken on Derryn McGregor, Greg Oberti and Jamie Dohnt. Decoglaze Glass Splashbacks Top Qualifier Shane Walker meanwhile was unable to proceed past a round two bye.
In Competition Bike, reigning champion Joe Khoury took the win over David Willis with his Harley Davidson Destroyer. Competition Bike employs the three-round Chicago Shootout format, with Khoury enjoying three successful races on his way to the final against Rob Church, Jake Hamilton-Moderate, and Gavin Dohnt, while Willis took two wins from Hamilton-Moderate and Church while suffering one race lose to Dohnt. Edge Mallis was the Decoglaze Glass Splashbacks Top Qualifier.
Next up for Australia’s sportsman racers is a return to Portland’s South Coast Raceway for the South Coast 660 across January 6-7.