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Gundy 400 day 1... Cox Taylor Chapman
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Saturday, 22 August 2020
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Photographer: Terry Hill

2020 being the ‘unprecedented’ year that it is, only Queensland offroaders had the chance today to face off with the infamous Goondiwindi melon holes at the Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400. The atmosphere was mixed; the 66 teams present were excited that they had the opportunity to go racing yet saddened that their southern off road family were absent.

Off the back of his recent short course victories, Clayton Chapman and Adam McGuire #15 put in the only sub 7minute prologue time of 6m55.817section to finish the qualifying sprint at the top of timesheets ahead of Talbot Cox and Craig King #16 – 07.938 seconds shy of Chapman.

Troy Duff and Kevy Nott #124 were only 1.172seconds off the pace of Cox to round out the Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400 prologue podium. Unfortunately for Duff and Nott, their Goondiwindi Tyre Service Top Ten Shoot Out came to an unexpected end with the duo rolling the Jimco #124 off the main jump infront of the spectator area, ending their weekend at Goondiwindi. They were attended to by onsite medical services and are currently receiving follow-up treatment.

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The incident caused delays to the days activities with section 1 start time rescheduled from 2:00pm to 3:00pm. Also due to the incident, Talbot Cox and Clayton Chapman were unable to complete their Goondiwindi Tyre Service Top Ten Shoot Out therefore, due to the extenuating circumstances; their starting positions reverted to their prologue positions.

Talbot Cox and Craig King #16 have started their Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400 campaign as they did in 2019, leading the field and the overnight break crossing the finished line after the 80km one lap dash 38.4 seconds ahead of a charging Ryan Taylor and David Jobe #24. Clayton Chapman and Adam McGuire dropped back into third place after brake issues in the #15 Razorback.

Racing gets underway at 8:00am tomorrow morning when the field will take to Goondiwindi melon holed course for a further 2 laps of 80 gruelling kilometres of off road racing.

Stay up to date with the live results on offroadracing.com.au and live tracking via RallySafe.