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Gundy Day 1 ... Brown, Rhodes, Fellows
Saturday, 31 October 2015
If today’s Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400 prologue and Goondiwindi Tyre Service Top Ten Shoot Out wasn’t exciting enough, the one lap 80km sprint through 14 farms infamous for their melon holes, was action packed.

As the last chance to bank ARB Off Road Racing Series points, it’s going to go down to the wire with the outright series mantle far from secure. Five teams are in with a mathematical chance of taking out the series crown and all are still extremely competitive.

Starting singularly at one minute intervals helped alleviate the potential for dust issues, however, threw some competitors a curve ball, finding they had fallen down the results order when following cars had narrowed the on road time gap without the need to overtake.

Dave Fellows and Mark Bergamin #92 started out of pole position after blitzing the field in the Goondiwindi Tyre Service Top Ten Shoot Out only to be relegated to third after this afternoons racing.

Danny Brown and George Apted #42, who started second on the start grid, made up 45 seconds on Fellows to cross the finish line just 15 seconds behind the Fuchs Racing Rhodes Racing #92 Jimco, topping the time sheets on accumulated time.

“We had a pretty trouble free run, apart from some dust when we got closer to Dave around the 50km mark, but it wasn't too bad” explained Danny Brown. “It’s going to be a good advantage for tomorrow starting from the front. The track was pretty similar to last year, so that gave us a nice little advantage over Dave.”

Moving from 13th position after their prologue run to second place in their first run at the Goondiwindi event and putting themselves in good stead for tomorrows 320km of off road racing was Fellows stablemate, Jack Rhodes and David Pullino, in the Rhodes Racing #91 Jimco. Making up a massive eleven places, Rhodes only passed one other car to finish just 15 seconds behind Brown on time.

Bryce Chapman and Mitchell Warren #58 started out of tenth place after the withdrawal of Michael Napier #68 with an oil leak following the prologue, moving into fourth outright and just 5.2seconds behind Rhodes. Rounding out the Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400 Saturday top five and proving he’s still got what it takes to be at the front of the pack was for Australian champion Craig Martin and Cody Collins #25 just 15seconds shy of Chapman.

63 or the 78 entries completed the 80km one lap today, and with 320km left of racing, who will take out the highly coveted Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400 come 2.30pm tomorrow.


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