Here's a summary of the finals from round 2 of the Aeroflow Sportsman Championship held at South Coast Raceway on June 5th and 6th, 2013.
Look out for a full meeting report in the next few days.
Competition and Super Stock combined to form one bracket – Super Comp.
In the final it was two Victorians who raced heads up on identical 4.9 indexes, Craig Geddes in his E/AA and Darren Parker's B/APA GXP, who had both reset their respective national records during the event.
At the end of the day it was Craig Geddes with the win, running a 4.75 with a 0.113 reaction time to Darren Parkers 4.758 with a 0.117 reaction time.
In the final of Comp Bike, Paul Harrison red-lighted away his chance to take maximum points home to WA, leaving Jason Salmon to run a 5.85 on his DD/CB index of 5.64 for the win.
For the Supercharged Outlaws final it would be a funny car v dragster affair.
Queensland's Luke Marsden cut an 0.08 light and ran a 4.453 on his 4.39 dial to take the win over Doina Day's dragster after she had a captain snooze on the line, an 0.222 light and an 0.034 over 4.514 on a 4.48 dial.
South Coast Raceway regulars King Kenny Stewart and Leanne Braggs made it all the way to the final of the 14 car modified field.
In the end it was Kenny Stewart who prevailed with an 0.041 light coupled with a 5.07 on a 5.04 dial to defeat Leanne's 0.038 reacted 4.776 on a 4.72 dial.
Over 40 cars faced the 1st round of Super Sedan and at the end of the day it was two South Australian's into the final.
An uncharacteristic 0.166 light for Roc Puccini and a backing off 5.825 on a 5.55 dial was no match for Brett Mathew, a 0.075 initiated 6.859 on a 6.82 taking home the winner's trophy.
In Super Street it was two local South Coast racers who went the distance to face off in the final.
Scott Cleary took the advantage off the start line with an 0.063 light to David Bunnik's 0.245, and with a safe 7.147 on a 7.11 dial Scott crossed the line for the win ahead of David's 7.063 on a 7.00.
The modified bike final featured the two the quickest qualifiers from Saturday, Mathew Allan from South Australia and Tony Frost from Victoria.
Tony Frost chopped the tree down with a 0.008 reaction time to Mathew's 0.067. Frosty then went on to win the final with a 5.672 on a 5.55 dial to a 5.592 on a 5.48 dial for Mathew.
The final of Junior Dragster was decided on the start line but not by a red light. Jake Cartledge suffered mechanical woes and Erin Kourides took the win with a 0.118 clean green, backing off at the top end with an 8.118 on an 8.0 dial.
Two Victorians took the start line for the final of Super Gas. The race was over at the first flash of amber with Matt Forbes red lighting by .002 in his 27T Roadster, leaving Kym Oberauer to take the win in the Just Drag Racing Camira with a breaking out 6.297 on the 6.30 fixed index.