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Several drivers share the honours at Teretonga Park

Several drivers shared the honours at Teretonga Park in Invercargill on Saturday.

Liam MacDonald of Invercargill won both Noel McIntyre Drainage Group A Club Saloon races in his Falcon from fellow locals Jordan Michels (Honda Civic TCR) and Kieran Roberts (Holden Commodore) before Michels won the 2501cc & over class race from Tony Forde of Invercargill in a Commodore and Roberts after MacDonald retired.

Trevor De Clifford of Invercargill and Dayle Kirby of Winton shared the Group B race wins in their Honda Civic’s, De Clifford winning the first from Kirby and Lynden Prebble of Dipton in another Honda, Prebble overcoming a 10 second startline penalty to place third. Kirby won the second from an impressive Nieko Scoles of Woodlands in a Toyota TR86 and De Clifford. Kirby then beat De Clifford and Josh Cooper of Invercargill in a Toyota Corolla in the 0-2500cc race.

MacDonald returned to win the Flying Farewell from Michels and Roberts.

The South Island Wings & Slicks Class had four races and the McDonald brothers won all of them, Harrison McDonald of Christchurch in his Tatuus taking the first three and his brother William of Otautau taking the finale in his similar car. William also took two second placings while Englishman Ben Stiles was third in the first two races and second in the other two. Ian Clements of Christchurch was third in the last two contests.

The next motor racing action at Teretonga Park is the Ascot Park Hotel Classic SpeedFest over the weekend of 17/18 February.

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