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Gallard Redeems at Gundy
Saturday, 23 August 2014
Brad Gallard and Scott Modistach have shaken off their dramas from their Goondiwindi Tyre Service Top Ten Shoot Out run to top the time sheets at today’s one 80km lap sprint around Malapunyah and adjoining stations at the Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400.

2623b_sm Gallard, who hit a small tree forcing them into a roll during the GTS Top Ten Shoot Outs, started out of tenth position, drove his way through the field to finish seventh on the road, but made up enough time to have a 51second lead over second placed Mick and Karen Napier #68. Gallard said at the end of the lap the track was nearly perfect and they they’d had a great run.

Napier, who put in a blinder of a lap, finished 46 seconds ahead of third placed Carl Haby and Brenton Gallasch in the Element Prodigy #56. Andy Ryan and Evan Triaca #50, who started out of second place, were relegated to 14th position, after they ben the brake pedal to master cylinder push rod at the 30km mark, leaving the Alumi Craft with no stopping power, giving the crew the ride of their lives.

2623c_sm GST Top Ten Shoot Out winners Danny Brown and George Apted also had brake dramas during their lap when a braided brake line failed, leaving them with brakes on only three wheels. This brake drama didn’t damage their time too much, moving the #42 Jimco back to fourth outright.

The GET #954 machine of Dan Bonnor and Shawn Teagle rounded out the Saturday section one top five; Bonner flying through the field from his 11th start position to finish in fifth.

54 teams stated today’s section with 47 crossing the finish line. Michael and Jae Collins #12 suffered reported engine dramas not far into the laps, while Luke Hall and Scott Sage #488 had steering related failure. Luke Erceg and Daniel Ziembinski, who currently sit in third outright on the ARB Off Road Racing Series leaderboard had a rear hub fail. The team have been recovered and plan to fix for Sunday’s race start, making the most of their trip north from South Australia to bank as many points as possible.

Troy Duff and Emily Bertrand #219 had clutch failure while both Karl Power #2881 and Mitchell Neilsen #895 had steering issues. Kym Barber in his single seat #170 failed to finish with sump failure and is endeavouring to fix to so he can greet the start lights tomorrow.

Racing gets underway 8:00 am when the remainder of the field will attempt 4 more laps of the gruelling melon holed course.


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