Subaru driving Mathew Pryor of Sydney took outright honours in the Wallerawang Community and Sports Club November Khanacross held at the Yvonne Martyn Memorial Motorsport Park Portland by the Lithgow District Car Club last Sunday.
The very dusty James Morgan Memorial Motorkhana Ground is always a very popular venue for competitors, but unfortunately, numbers were down, thus giving competitors ten challenging courses to run under the supervision of Graham Cooke.
Runner up in the outright rankings again was young Volkan Gunduz, also of Bathurst and also driving a Subaru Impreza with Bathurst’s Callum Furner third at the wheel of a diminutive Kia Rio.
Gunduz not only took second outright but again claimed victory in the Junior Class from Abby Bromfield of Yetholme in a Nissan with Eryan Cooke of Portland third at the wheel of a Holden Astra.
Callum Furner also won the two-wheel drive class up to 2000cc from Gwyn Mullholand in his dollar Mazda with Eryan Cooke third.
Bathurst’s Ed Collins won the two wheel drive MP Class in his Datsun 1600 from Joe Champman in a Datsun 120Y with Adam Bromfield third in his Commodore.
Young Bethany Chapman took home the Encouragement Award, while Ed Collins collected the best presented award with his amazing Datto 1600.
A huge thank you to our volunteer officials and BBQ operators for a great day and also to our fantastic supporters, the Wallerawang Community and Sports Club, CIC Engineering Wallerawang and Blackley Enterprises of Cullen Bullen.
The next event at the Yvonne Martyn Motorsport Park is just days away on Saturday 2nd December with the Christmas Fun Khana come and try day.
If you or your children aged from twelve years up are interested in competing in motorsport this is the event to give it all a go.
Scrutineering commences at 8 am with the event blasting off at 10 am all supported by Burson Auto Parts and the Wallerawang Community & Sports Club.