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Can-Am Loveday 400 day 1 ... Haby, Howells, Turnbull
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Saturday, 24 October 2020
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Photographer: Matt Daniele

With the South Australian borders now open to New South Wales, eight teams have capitalised on the opportunity to go racing, some for the first time in 2020. However, topping the timesheets at the Can-Am Loveday 400 was locals Aaron and Liz Haby with Millie Vanderwoude stepping in for the second race today; the #57 Element machine finishing the day 38.23seconds ahead of Sydneysiders Josh Howells and Eric Hume #15.

After prologuing in seventh place, as the lap count grew, Howells because more at one with the Jimco to finish second outright at the overnight break. “The only driving I’ve been doing the last year is driving the work ute around town so going race pace takes a bit to get used to again” commented Howells.

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Garry and Tamara Turnbull are looking to take out back to back 2020 Loveday events after their outright win at the June event; currently sitting in third place after four laps or 160km of racing today.

The much anticipated debut of the Extreme 4WD Bentley Racer Trophy Truck sees Hayden Bentley and Viv Coe in fourth place with Jason Richards and Steven Graham rounding out the top five at day one of Can-Am Loveday 400.

34 teams from South Australians and New South Wales will fight it out when racing resumes tomorrow for bragging rights and the silverware of the inaugural Motorsport Australia Central East Cup while the South Australian contingent look to ban points towards their World Series Challenge campaigns.

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Racing results at 8:30 tomorrow morning; with 6 laps over 3 races on offer it’s going to be a cracker of day of off road racing at the Can-Am Loveday 400.

Follow all the action via the live results offroadracing.com.au and the live streaming on Loveday 4X4 Adventure FaceBook page.