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Back to Back L&J title for Turley
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Sunday, 13 October 2019
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Lachlan and Kerry Turley #626 have taken back to back titles at the annual Denise Gosden Memorial Ladies and Juniors Enduro last weekend.

Lachlan led from the get go, securing pole position for race start after topping the timesheets in the prologue.

This year’s Ladies and Juniors event included a test and tune day on Saturday to give the once-a-year competitors time to settle into the vehicles and the track. A very warm 37 odd degrees and windy conditions was testing for teams, with the crew of #577 Dianna, Geoff and Chris Pickert suffering a head gasket issue that put them out of Sundays event.

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Unfortunately for Wendy Arbon and Hadyn Vanstone a computer gremlin ended their event at scrutineering, they rolled up, hit the horn and were unable to get the car to run again. Wendy and Haydn didn’t mope around, they jumped in their ute and supported recovery all day Sunday. “Overall, it appears that Saturdays Test and Tune opportunity was well received, allowing families to get used to cars and the track, as a warm up for Sundays event” explained Ian Matthison, Clerk of Course.

Sunday was a much cooler day with the first lap run to order the competitors and then break the 13 entrants into two heats that were then run throughout the day.

The first lap saw Tina and Rod Holmes out with a front differential issue. The CV pulled out after an epic Saturday repairing and prepping the car in Ian Barkla’s shed. The next contender out was Megan and Nick Burt with a soft roll, from a break to the front beam. Both crew were uninjured with only a dent to their pride and now sitting out the event watching from the side lines.

The next crew out was #588 Cassie and Georgia Priestley, when the alternator failed in the third race.

Ten competitors were left for the final race with Lachlan and Kerry Turley leading in #626. The crew of #699, Peta and Penny Guildon, suffered ECU issues that put them out of contention in the final race after keeping pace throughout the day.

The race to watch however was between cars #166 Toby and Mick Fraser, #282 Blair and Cooper Johns, #137 Jamie and Rich Andrews, #136 Sue Curtis and Sue Kappel. With the last heat to run there was less than 45 second between the 4 crews which made for and exciting end to the event. On the last lap a wheel fell off the #137 machine of Jamie and Rich Andrews which threw them out of overall contention for the race but they still managed third in class.

The first junior home was also first outright, Lachlan Turly with his dad Kerry beside him. The team from Broken Hill were very happy to have the opportunity to race and enjoyed the weekend. The first all lady crew, first lady and third outright and first in class went to #136 Sue Curtis and Sue Kappel who took home a lot of bling for the week end. An excellent result for the ladies.

Second outright and first in class went to #282 Blair and Cooper Johns which was and outstanding result as it was Blair’s first time behind the wheel in the new car. Their father Brendon was very happy and thankful of such a supportive event for the Ladies and Juniors.

“A huge thank you to Ian Barkla and the SGORA club for allowing us to use the facilities and track for the event. A big thank you to all the competitors, families and spectators as well as officials that helped to support the event.”

Event Results can be found here.