We had another wonderful pylon racing event down at Barry Murphy’s purpose built pylon racing field. There was a good turn out for the weekend with many camping out at the field. Andrew Arapakis did another of his beautiful spit roast dinners that has become synonymous with racing at Munro.
On a somber note, we held a minute’s silence out of respect for the very recent passing of Marvin Dunsmuir who owns the farm that the filed is built on. It was also good to see Barry’s new F3D model performing so well with Beau at the controls.
1st Beau Murphy
2nd Leigh Hocken
3rd Barry Murphy
Fastest Time: 58.86 – Beau Murphy
No. of competitors: 8
1st Brian Steele
2nd John Schmidli
3rd Marcus Guss
Fastest Time: 73.27 – Brian Steele
No. of competitors: 7
1st John Schmidli
2nd Thomas Allen
3rd Jim Orenshaw
Fastest Time: 98.46 – John Schmidli
No. of competitors: 11
The tassel between Glenn Matthews and Daniel Arapakis continues with Glenn moving back up into 2nd place with Daniel back down to 3rd.
1st – Brian Steele
2nd – Glenn Matthews
3rd – Daniel Arapakis
Andrew Davies has moved up into 2nd place leaving Glenn Matthews in 3rd.
1st – Brian Steele
2nd – Andrew Davies
3rd – Glenn Matthews
Again, no change for the Q500 championship standings.
1st – Jim Orenshaw
2nd – John Schmidli
3rd – Gary Whitbourn
The next event is at Warrnambool on April 7-8.
Event Report and Photos – John Schmidli
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