GALLERY & RESULTS: 2022 Hidden Valley Track Champs Rd 2

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The Hidden Valley Track Championship continues on with the running of round two recently. Here are the winners and an action gallery, as the venue now prepares for Nitro Up North and the conclusion of the Australian Top Fuel Championship.

Into the results and Ashley Smith had a solo again in the Top Eliminator final with his Camaro, he was suppose to face the doorslammer of Bronte Henning.

Chris Moore also ended up with a solo in the Super Modified final with his dragster. He was due to face Peter Kirkpatrick’s nitrous One Tonner, Kirkpatrick still leads the championship though.

A 9.382 (9.40DI) breakout from Nathan Riley on his Kawasaki at the stripe ended his final battle with Allan Henry in Modifed Bike, but hangs on to the championship lead. Henry rode his Hayabusa to a 8.500 on a 8.45 dial.

In Super Street no one wanted to give and inch at the strip with Theo Karamanidis with his Police cruiser on the better end of a double breakout final against Shaun Boyer.

Glenn Harris nabbed the Street Car with his LX Torana lapping with a 13.240 on a 13.20 dial in to drive around a holeshot from Leith Darrach’s Morris Minor (we don’t write that every day – Ed.).

And in Street Bike, Mark Tattingham tied up the championship lead by defeating Bob Maxwell in the final, on the back of a great .028 reaction holeshot.

Next event at Hidden Valley Dragstrip will be the monstrous Nitro Up North, Australian Top Fuel Championship Final.

Photo gallery courtesy of Craig Radcliffe Photography.

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