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His best time coming in Round 5 with a brand new model.
At the end of the day, Tom Wetherill was second with best times in the 61 second range and Daniel Arapakis was third with a best time in the 62 second range.
Although the times were also slightly slower than the prior day, Tom Wetherill finished in first place with a score of 578.9.
John Schmidli was second with a score of 610.0 and James York, who had started to dial in his new model, finished third with a score of 668.8.
The course was set up and racing got underway by mid-morning.
The schedule was to follow the usual VMPRA plan – VIC F400, Q500 Sport and FA1, with the target of completing eight rounds for each class.
Thanks also to Glenn and Nerida Matthews for running the timing system, to Toni and David Axon for working as starters, and the VMPRA members who worked the course during the weekend when they were not racing.
Check out the event photo gallery Results – FA1 Places: 1st Leigh Hocken 2nd Daniel Arapakis 3rd Tom Wetherill Fastest Time: 57.44 – Leigh Hocken No.
Leigh Hocken, a member of the host club, member of the Australian F3D 2015 Team and local hero, set the pace on the first day with a string of 59 second times.These guys are truly passionate about their pylon racing and they helped bolster the numbers as a number of the VMPRA regulars had family and business commitments.Saturday dawned overcast and cold, with occasional rain showers.James York was debuting an impressive new Banshee and John Yanni also had a new model.David Axon had recruited Barry Murphy (apparently bribed by offers of sandwiches and tea) as a mentor and caller for the weekend – in the absence of Brian Steele.