Albany driver Ron Belfield claims feature race success at Mt Barker Speedway

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Ron Belfield won the production sedan feature race in Mt Barker.
Camera IconRon Belfield won the production sedan feature race in Mt Barker. Credit: SWB Photography/SWB Photography

Albany driver Ron Belfield walked away with the spoils at Les Gorman Park on Saturday as he claimed the production sedans feature.

The feature race was the highlight of the day at Mt Barker Speedway Club.

Belfield claimed two of the three heat races and finished second in the other preliminary before producing a stellar drive in the final.

He started from the front row and never coughed up the lead, going on to win by more than three seconds ahead of Michael Clark and Shane Devonshire.

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Rowan Burrell and Hanna Stewart rounded out the top five in the feature.

Jacob O’Farrell topped the points in the formula 125 junior division, finishing on 117 after winning two heat races and finishing second in the final.

Taylor Harris (100) finished second and Georgia Ellis (99), who won the final, was third overall.

Jarrod Pearce won the junior sedan division with 128 points and also tasted victory in the final, defeating Brock Pearce (115) and Chesta Grinham (86) in the overall standings.

Russell Gunn won a heat race and the final in the street stocks division to finish on 128 points, easily prevailing over Jake Ford (87) and Paul Long (86).

The super sedans division was won by Rob Knox with 128 points after a consistent afternoon with two wins and two second placings.

Adam Campbell finished second on 100 and Tony St Jack was third with 86.

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