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Dam Busters Win for Comiskey
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Thursday, 01 October 2020
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Source and Photographer: Terry Hill

Brett Comiskey is making the most out of the second half of 2020 with three top five finishes in his last three events, two of them outright victories.

Topping the timesheets at the weekends CMS Enterprises Dam Buster 250, Comiskey and Daniel McKenzie added a second outright win to their tally, backing up their win at the Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400 six weeks ago, and fifth outright at the Whitsunday Regional Council Don River Dash.

The small Queensland town of St George came alive as the sound of 33 off road machines burst into life at the CMS Enterprises Dam Buster 250

A combination of short and long track courses was created, and as the name suggests, the track ran through two dry dams to the South East of the St George township.

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The short track of 14kms made up Saturdays format with the longer 22kms version raced on Sunday.

Opening Saturday was a quick prologue blast around the 14kms to set starting order, which was followed by two sections – Section 1 was 2 laps, Section 2 - 3 laps. Comiskey and Mckenzie #34 set the fastest prologue lap of 8m17secs with the pair also setting the quickest time in section 1 and 2 on Saturday 40m10secs.

Sunday was also 2 sections but on the longer 22kms course with both sections on Sunday made up of 4 laps. Comiskey and McKenzie were on top of their game, posting the benchmark times of 44m56 and 44m58secs for day twos sections; the stellar drive handing Comiskey and McKenzie the outright silverware for the CMS Enterprises Dam Buster 250.

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Second outright at the inaugural CMS Enterprises Dam Buster 250 was the Extreme 2WD Patriot Campers Truck #484 followed by the SportsLite #1080 of Benjamin Duff in third place. Duff snared third place from an unlucky Jan Kraaij #40 who experienced dramas late on Sunday.

Thank you to the event sponsors CMS – Comiskey Mining services, Mikes Shock Shop and the Cobb & Co Hotel.