RESULTS: 2018 Hidden Valley Track Championship round five

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The Hidden Valley Track Championship has moved into round five and approaching the season finale. Here are the results and gallery thanks to Craig Radcliffe.

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In Top Eliminator, Matt Abel was unapposed in the final with his Pro Slammer and ran 6.352.

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Super Modified had a bunch of tough cars, and the final came down to Craig McGregor’s nitrous rodeo and Peter Boscato’s XR Falcon Ute. Unfortunately for Boscato a big cherry was left dangling from the tree handing the win to the tray back Rodeo.

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In Modified Bike Colin Sainsbury has the easiest of wins when opponent Heath Costello could not make a start on his Harley.

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A red light also decided Super Street with Theo Karamanidis going to early in his VY Commodore throwing the win back to Gavin Pocock’s XY Ute. 

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Aiden Abel came out on top of the family Junior Dragster tussle, defeating Michelle Abel in the final with a 8.895 on a 8.70.

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In the first of the street classes, and for Street Car, Grant Radcliffe cut down the tree with a .006 light in the final and drove his big 300C home to a win with a 13.43 on a 13.24 over Jeffrey Paredes’ Corolla.

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Finally in Street Bike, after 5 rounds of Chicago Shootout racing, Allan Henry aboard his Hayabusa rode off against Andrew Reid also on a Hayabusa. Henry with the slight start line holeshot held the advantage to the stripe for a 9.80 on a 9.70 dial in win.

Next round of the championship kicks on September 8.

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