16.3 C
Mount Panorama
Saturday, April 20, 2024
HomeNewsTickford youngster crashes out of Adelaide round

Tickford youngster crashes out of Adelaide round

SUPER2 delivered its usual dose of drama right on cue in Adelaide, creating an intriguing grid for the penultimate race of the season.

Walkinshaw Andretti United prodigy Ryan Wood added to his pole position tally with a 1:20.1648s but it was what happened behind that raised eyebrows.

The big winner of the session was Nash Morris, who secured a maiden front-row start.

Morris wound up 0.1201s adrift of Wood to smash his career-best Super2 qualifying result, which was eighth last month at Mount Panorama.

In 21 previous Super2 races, the 20-year-old has only thrice started top 10 in class.

Nash Morris. Pic: Ross Gibb

It’s also a fine result for his race engineer Matt Saunders, who is on double duties this weekend as he guides Team 18’s Mark Winterbottom in the main game as well.

The session was brought to an abrupt end after Tickford Racing’s Brad Vaughan crashed out at Turn 8.

Vaughan had just set the fastest first sector of the session but was brought unstuck when he clipped the inside wall and was fired into the outside fence, the impact shifting the concrete barriers.

Coincidentally, Vaughan won the Super3 title last year in Adelaide after rival Kai Allen crashed out at Turn 8.

V8 Sleuth understands the damage sustained will force the #5 Mustang out of the remainder of the weekend.

V8 Sleuth’s coverage of the VAILO Adelaide 500 is proudly presented by Bad Boy Mowersexplore the world of Bad Boy Mowers with the new Spring/Summer catalogue of high-performance mowers here.

Allen is now in the 2023 Super2 title fight, 30 points behind Zak Best.

Best got the upper hand in qualifying; he’ll start tomorrow’s race third, three places ahead of Allen.

Cooper Murray and Zach Bates are wedged between the duo in fourth and fifth.

Jobe Stewart was best of the Super3 field in outright 15th.

The Dunlop Series will return to the track this afternoon for another qualifying session which will set the grid for Sunday’s race.

Super3 will take to the track from 4:50pm local time (5:20pm AEDT), before they make way for the Super2 contingent.  

RESULTS: Qualifying for Race 1, Dunlop Series, Adelaide

PosNo.DriversCarClassTime
12Ryan WoodHolden Commodore ZBDS21m20.1648s
267Nash MorrisHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.1201s
317Zak BestFord Mustang GTDS2+0.1546s
488Cooper MurrayHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.2121s
525Zach BatesHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.2413s
626Kai AllenHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.2444s
730Aaron SetonHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.2596s
85Brad VaughanFord Mustang GTDS2+0.2867s
938Cameron CrickHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.3106s
1027Aaron CameronFord Mustang GTDS2+0.3428s
1149Jay HansonHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.3745s
1243Lachlan DaltonHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.3991s
1378Jordan LoveFord Mustang GTDS2+0.4907s
1454Jordyn SinniHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.4926s
15999Jobe StewartHolden Commodore VFDS3+0.6831s
1699Jordan BoysHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.7104s
1792Cameron McLeodNissan AltimaDS3+0.7673s
1818Matt ChahdaHolden Commodore ZBDS2+0.8334s
1922Mason KellyNissan AltimaDS3+0.8347s
2011Zane MorseFord Mustang GTDS2+0.8446s
2155Rylan GrayFord Falcon FG XDS3+1.2731s
22117Jett JohnsonNissan AltimaDS3+2.3347s
2333Callum WalkerHolden Commodore ZBDS2+2.4034s
246Elly MorrowFord Mustang GTDS2+4.2332s

V8 Sleuth’s ongoing coverage of the Dunlop Series for Super2 and Super3 is proudly presented by Biante – Fuel your passion with winning model cars. Visit Biante here to check out their range of model cars in a range of scales from 1:64 to 1:10.

Want to read more?

Subscribe to V8 Sleuth to receive regular updates of news and products delivered straight to you.



Latest News

Want to read more?

Subscribe to V8 Sleuth to receive regular updates of news and products delivered straight to you.