Event Report – Munro, Feb 2023

Unfortunately, we haven’t received a report for this event. I can tell you that all who attended enjoyed being back at Munro. Please check below the results and championship standings. Various people also took some photos, which can be found at the Event Gallery link below. Sorry, I have forgotten who you are, but I appreciate your contributions.

Regarding event reports, I’m looking for volunteers to write reports for future race events. It doesn’t have to be an essay. It can just be a few paragraphs. Just to give readers a feel for the event. That would be great.


Class – FA1

1st Beau Murphy
2nd Barry Murphy
3rd Brian Steel

Fastest Time (Red Box): 59.69 Beau Murphy
No. of competitors: 5

Class – F3T

1st Andrew Davies
2nd Glenn Matthews
3rd Brian Steel

Fastest Time (Red Box): 68.18 Andrew Davies
No. of competitors: 11

Class – Q500

1st John Schmidli
2nd David Chippindall
3rd Gary Davidson

Fastest Time (Red Box): 96.61 Mike Kellet
No. of competitors: 11

Season Championship


Barry Murphy has lept up to the top position from 4th and Brian Steele doing the same from 5th position to 2nd spot. Daniel Arapakis has been displaced down into 3rd position.

1st – Barry Murphy
2nd – Brian Steele
3rd – Daniel Arapakis


The only change in this top 3 is Andrew Davies and Jim Orenshaw swapping spots with Andrew being in top stop.

1st – Andrew Davies
2nd – Jim Orenshaw
3rd – Barry Murphy


John Schmidli was jumped up to the top position pushing Tom Allan and Jim Orenshaw down a position into 2nd and 3rd, respectively.

1st – John Schmidli
2nd – Tom Allan
3rd – Jim Orenshaw

Next Race



Report  – N/A
Additional content – John Schmidli
Photos – Andrew Arapakis and Others (Sorry).

Please note: We are looking for someone to write event reports regularly. Also, it would be wonderful to have someone photograph these events. This is important and valuable to pylon racing in Victoria, Australia and Worldwide, as this site has a vast readership.

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