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Power Series serves up thrills

Even the weather gods approved as the ‘big dogs’ of Killarney International Raceway, the thundering V8 Masters, came out for the Power Series event presented by Wingfield Motors and Kfm 94.5 on Saturday 12 September.

They were accompanied as always by the Makita Supercars and there are also races for the combined Millstock Cars Pre 1980/Pre-1990 cars and Bejo Trustees Fine Cars.

Marcel Angel qualified on pole, split seconds ahead of Fabio Tafani and Sean Moore. These three got into a huge dice in Race 1, which was cut short when Tafani dropped out on lap six, leaving Moore to chase Angel to the line, finishing less than half a second behind.

Meanwhile, Ryan McCarthy, Andrew Moffit and rookie Hilton Pieters led the Supercar charge with McCarthy a clear winner ahead of a hotly-disputed battle in which Pieters passed Moffit on lap six and held on to take the place by a scant 0.295sec. Stuart Spooner took Supercar Silver honours from Ilan Kaplan and Craig Massyn.

Charles Arton qualified his indecently quick Datsun 240Z on pole for the Classics races but it was Michael Hitchcock in the Cross Cape Mustang who grabbed the lead at the start of Race 1, with Arton in hot pursuit until the Datsun went out on lap seven.

That handed Hitchcock an unchallenged win, well clear of Malcom Uytenbogaardt in the Carter’s Granada Perana and Geoff Bihl’s Porsche 944.

Gunther Appelgryn and Rob Toscano led the Fine Car field to finish eighth and ninth respectively, less than a second apart, with Fred Phillips’ Morgan third in class and 12th overall.

The RST Trac-Mac Superbike riders celebrated their return to racing with three sizzling races. There were epic dices throughout the field, but all eyes were at the sharp end, where the expected confrontation between former champions Brandon Haupt and Ronald “The Red Baron” Slamet, and young gun Kewyn Snyman did not disappoint.

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