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Pines Saturday Highlights
Friday, 02 October 2015
Beautiful weather and track conditions greeted competitors for the 2015 Teagle Excavations ARB Pines Enduro 400.

3076b_sm With a slight breeze the dust was minimal as the drivers took to the track for the Hards Transport Services Prologue on Saturday afternoon.

When the dust had settled it was Shannon and Ian Rentsch #1 who topped the time sheets by 3.5seconds over Jack Rhodes and David Pullino #91. Chris Western and Stewart Bishop #61 were the first of the V8 buggies slotting into third ahead of Carl Haby and Rowan Eggers #56 in fourth with Matt Hanson and Leigh Wells #7 rounding out the top five and finishing their qualifying run with a deflating tyre.

Andy Brown #45, Mark Burrows #21, Matthew Owen #41, Dale Martin #133 and Danny Brown #42 rounded out the top ten and moved into the South Eastern Times Shootout.

3076c_sm The South Eastern Times Top 10 Shootout gave the teams their last chance to secure pole position for the start of Sunday’s main race; each team looking to improve their qualifying time.

Shannon Rentsch #1 wasn't to be denied a front row start improving by over 5 seconds in a fantastic display to take pole. Matt Hanson #7 was happy with his time jumping from fifth up to second, pushing Jack Rhodes #91 down to third.

Joining Rhodes on the second row of the start grid was Carl Haby #56, then came Western, Burrows, Owen, Martin, Danny Brown and Andy Brown rounding out the ten.

The crowd were lining the fences eagerly awaiting the Coates Hire Dash for Cash and they were not disappointed in the action presented before them. Many close battles were had through the classes but there could only be one winner to walk away with the cash prize money.

3076d_sm Jeff Loader took out the Performance 2WD, Greg Gartner powered his truck to the Extreme 2WD win and ProLite was won by Luke Erceg after James Lochert rolled his #171 machine while running second.

The closest battle in the dash was in the running of the Super 1650 class where the lead changed a number of times before Jim Coombs managed to hold off the field and take victory.

With the top ten excluded from the Pro buggy Dash for Cash, Garry Turnbull lead from the start to finish leaving the others to fight over the minor placings.

The strong crowd were treated to some great action throughout the afternoon with many leaving long after the end of the on track racing to gather around the vehicles when the pit gates were opened to the public.

Source: Mark Heemskerk
Photographer: Andrew Stott

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