Greg Horan claimed back-to-back visiting AMCA division feature races on Saturday at Mt Barker Speedway

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Aydan Trewern and Clinton Theyer do battle in the production sedans.
Camera IconAydan Trewern and Clinton Theyer do battle in the production sedans. Credit: SWB Photography

Greg Horan won consecutive feature races in Mt Barker, claiming the visiting AMCA division at Les Gorman Park last Saturday.

The event was Mt Barker Speedway Club’s first meeting of the season and Horan finished as the champion, the same as he did in the corresponding event last year.

Horan defeated Brett Morrison and Murray Parsons Sr, while Rob Trenaman finished in fourth place in the feature race.

Paul Joss gets up the inside of Jack Barnewell in the street stocks.
Camera IconPaul Joss gets up the inside of Jack Barnewell in the street stocks. Credit: SWB Photography

Mt Barker’s Chris Pavlovich dominated the super sedans division, winning three of the four races, including taking out the final and breaking the track record for super sedans.

Pavlovich won the first two heats before finishing second to Rob Knox in the third heat.

However, Pavlovich bounced back in the final to turn the tables on Knox.

Pavlovich claimed overall points honours ahead of Knox and Adam Campbell.

Chris Pavlovich, inside, battles with Rob Knox around the corner in the super sedan division.
Camera IconChris Pavlovich, inside, battles with Rob Knox around the corner in the super sedan division. Credit: SWB Photography

Former State champion Jack Barnewell walked away victorious from the day in the street stock division narrowly edging out Paul Joss and Tim Matthews.

Barnewell won two races on the day and set a new track record in the first heat while finishing second to Joss in heat two and in the final.

Joss was runner-up to Barnwell in heat one and three.

Jarrod Pearce topped the junior sedans overall points standings after a thrilling contest throughout the day, defeating Bryce Fisher and Baxter Trouchet.

Junior sedans winner Jarrod Pearce.
Camera IconJunior sedans winner Jarrod Pearce. Credit: SWB Photography

Pearce won the first and third heat and was second to Fisher in round two and in the final to prevail narrowly.

Fisher was unable to get on the podium in heat one or three to finish second.

Aydan Trewern took home the honours in the production sedan division over Lincoln Coleman and Clinton Theyer.

Trewern won three races including the final and was third in his other heat race.

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