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Haby wins Can-Am Loveday 400
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Sunday, 25 October 2020
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A thrilling end to a drama free day saw Aaron and Liz Haby take outright honours at the Can-Am Loveday 400 and securing the silverware for the 2020 Motorsport Australia Central East Cup. The husband and wife Haby duo pulled a massive 8 minute lead over the chasing podium.

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The minor placings came down to a nail biting finish with the results undecided until Toby Whateley, Hayden Bentley and Garry Turnbull all crossed the finish line; the end result, just 6.72 seconds separating second and third place and fourth place 16.94seconds shy of third.

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Hayden Bentley and Viv Coe clocked in consistent lap times to secure second place in the debut run on the Racer Trophy Truck #818 while Garry and Tamara Turnbull #79 recovered from a sluggish fourth race to round out the Can-Am Loveday 400 podium.

Toby Whately and Simon Herrmann #421 were pushing hard but couldn’t make up the lost time from Saturdays race two when they stopped to check what they thought was a flat tyre and turned out to be dirt in the wheel.

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Fifth place and first in ProLite class in their first attempt at the Loveday course was Brett Smith and brother in law Mike Peake #161, 16m13seconds off the pace of Whateley.

Catch up on the results and rewatch the live streams here.