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Griffith Day 1... Rhodes, Brown, Gartner
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Sunday, 20 March 2016
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Jack Rhodes and David Pullino capitalised on their pole position to have dust free run and pull a 2m22second lead over the ARB Griffith 400 field for Saturday’s one lap sprint first section. Danny Brown and George Apted moved the Jimco #42 up from their fourth place start position to second, clocking in just 14.098seconds ahead of Greg Gartner and Jamie Jennings #410.

The big guns fell early with third placed Andy Brown and Mark Sedran out of event when a ball joint nut on the front suspension parted ways causing the loss of the front wheel in the #42 Saber; Andy now relegated to pit crew chief for second placed son Danny.

Starting out of second place did Stackpoole property owner Andy Ryan and Dave Smith no favours; the Alumi Craft #50 suffering turbo waste gate failure and limping to the finish line. Unfortunately for Andy the Alumi Craft is now tucked up in bed back in the workshop and unable to continue racing.

Family bragging rights are on the line at the Martin pits with son Dale and navigator Adrian Rowe #103 finishing the 100kilomtre section with a 15.49seconds gap to team stalwart Dad Craig Martin. Dale will be battling with his brother Brent Martin for Sunday’s three laps; the sibling stepping into the Alpha #25 for his first competitive drive.

Glen Towers and Matthew Ross’s Saturday went from high to low in a heart beat. Fresh from their win at the recent Colo Park Challenge Towers was looking for a good outing at the ARB Griffith 400, unfortunately after qualifying in sixth, the forward facing running lights in the Brenthel Industries #80 buggy failed on the start grid; Towers and Ross losing 15minutes due a failed relay before they commence lap one.

Newcomer local Dale Standen and Joel Brown in their #292 Hunter Rivmasta succumbed to clutch failure in their debut run. The team fixing and prepared to start Sunday’s three lap section.

After finishing seventh outright and third in class, the #154 Rimco of Cameron McClelland and Kane Louttit has withdrawn with gearbox issues, found while preparing for Sunday’s section. Long time Extreme 2WD campaigner Robert Knott and Adam Hart debuted his new Maztech #507 Performance 2WD, unfortunately auto transmission failure saw them returning to the pits early.

An unfixable clutch issue has outed Glenn Spizzo and Doug Cupitt for the remaining three laps; the #126 MickleFab finishing Saturday’s section 35th outright.

Action gets underway at 8:30 with the remaining 41 off roaders taking to the Stackpoole track for three long gruelling laps.

 

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