Victorian Jarrod Wood became the first racer in Australia to run three seconds over the eighth on a radial tyre with many others clocking plenty of air time at Radial Riot.
Kenda Tires Radial Riot is Australia's largest radial tyre event, and with a bumper entry list, expert overseas track prep and the race for the first three second pass over the half track distance, the event was just killer.
The ridiculously tight racing surface meticulously prepared for radial tyre racing delivered big time, there were more take offs than Sydney Airport, and it was inevitable the first three would be run.
With the likes of Perry Bullivant in the Snickers Camaro hitting 4.0s and American Daniel Pharris driving the new 6Boost Camaro the favourites to make history, the mark was untouched until the final round of racing when Jarrod Wood stepped up with his recently imported Mustang to drop a bomb - 3.992 at 196.39mph.
America radial tyre gun Daniel Pharris barely tapped the potential of Kyle Hopf's new Camaro, look out for this in the future.
Leigh Darke took the Kenda 660 Kombat Belt with a 4.825 over a 4.992 from Marcus Page.
Perry Bullivant lived in the 4.0s but could not front the Radial Rebels final with Simon Kryger and Terry Seng doing battle. Kryger in the nitrous Torana coming out on top with a 4.578 over a 4.464.
John Haley won Radial Renegades on a holeshot 5.60 to 5.56 against Grant Bedrick.
The Limited 275 bracket went to the twin turbo LJ of Danny Busbridge, running 4.67 and holeshoting Simon O'Carroll's 4.57.
A foul from Michael Della handed the Outlaw 235 class win to Jess Beckham.
Rodney William took the Radial Rumble bracket with a 6.484 over a 6.629.
In the bikes Michael Beaton hung on against Chris Collin 5.55 to 5.89 in an off pace final.
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