Mt Barker hold Open Club Championships and Supermods Spectacular, Albany set to host formula 125 feature

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Jacinta Tester is in fine form in her Formula 125.
Camera IconJacinta Tester is in fine form in her Formula 125. Credit: SWB Photography

Mt Barker Speedway Club held their Open Club Championships and also had a visit from the supermods at Les Gorman Park last Saturday.

The Open Club Championships was for all local divisions.

Albany formula 125 driver Jacinta Tester had a fantastic day in her car, winning all three heats to be the overall winner of the division.

Tester defeated her partner Sam Jewell, who was runner-up in two heats, while Craig Tester was back in third overall.

Riley Hanson dominated the junior sedans category, winning all four races, including the final, to defeat Hope Batchelor and Bryce Fisher overall.

Three victories and a second placing were enough to help Clinton Theyer claim the production sedan division, winning overall ahead of Stephen Pearce and Lincoln Coleman.

An undefeated day in the seat from Jason Batchelor helped him claim the street stock division, while Anthony Perrella finished second and Justin Pianto came in third.

Rob Knox won the super sedan category overall after winning the first three heats before finishing third in the final.

Tony St Jack won the final to help him get second place overall, while Ajay Hammer rounded out the top three.

Sean Leary proved too strong in the supermods final, defeating Wayne Bingham and David Guy.

Albany Speedway Club will host their formula 125 feature and tin top invitational this Saturday night.

A total of 23 F125s have nominated across all divisions, including senior State champion Jewell.

The modified sedans will also return to Attwell Park, attracting a field of seven drivers.

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