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Saturday, 19 July 2014
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Stackpoole came alive today as the off road machines thundered to life for the ARB Griffith 400.

2572b_smHats off today to Andy Ryan an Evan Triaca, taking outright honours at today’s one lap 80km sprint, capitalising on the misfortune of prologue leaders Glenn Owen and Mat Ryan and chasing down and passing Jack Rhodes and David Pullino.

Section one got underway at 2:30 with Glenn Owen and Mat Ryan leading the field until stub axle failure 12km into the lap ended their weekend of racing and their ARB Off Road Racing Series winning streak. Second off the start line was Jack Rhodes and David Pullino, on a high after their victory two weeks ago at the Toyo Tires Riverland Enduro.

2572c_sm Third to start was Andy Ryan and Evan Triaca #50, who made up 15seconds on Rhodes in the first 20km at the split timing mark; ultimately chasing down and passing Rhodes, crossing the finish line with a 51second lead.

Danny Brown and George Apted #42 maintained their strong hold on third place and the family bragging rights, clocking in a time 33.9seconds faster than fourth placed Dad Andy Brown and Mark Sedran #45.

2572d_sm Rounding out the ARB Griffith 400 top five for Saturday’s section 1 was Greg Gartner and Jamie Jennings #410; 1m15s off the pace of Andy Brown.

70 teams took to the prologue start line with 68 greeting the start lights for section 1. Of that, 58 completed the one lap.

Two Queensland teams didn’t fare too well today with Michael and Jae Collins out of the event on reconnaissance with clutch failure. Michael Napier and Paul Campbell ended with day early in the section one with what they thought was gearbox failure.  On return to the pits and closer inspection, it turned out to be a CV drama; the team will work into the night to fix and greet the start lights tomorrow.

2572e_sm Bernie Clohesy and Kim Stacey #570 suffered a fuel leak during the section, ultimately running out of fuel and unable to finish, while Sam Gadaleta and Brendan Johns lost the back wheel on their #38 Jimco.

Competition gets underway at 8:30am Sunday morning where teams will take on four laps of the 80 km course to decide who will be crowned King of Stackpoole.
 

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