Jayden Lock and the Paull brothers walked away with the spoils of victory after dominant performances at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway on Saturday night presented by Colac Wreckers.
The fourth round of the Dirt X Industries VSC Sports Sedan Power Series attracted the biggest field of 37 cars outside a Victorian Championship and Woori Yallock’s Jamie Paull starting from pole position in his VZ Holden Commodore prevailed to win the $2000 first prize from Zac Swanson and Robert Garlick third.
“We’ve had an awesome night on an awesome track surface. The Simpson club need to be congratulated on how good they had that little track tonight, it certainly helped me and for good racing,” Paull said.
Lock, 15, led every lap of his two qualifying heats in the third round of the Junior Sedans Promotion Association of Victoria series. He started pole position for the 12-lap final and shot to a comfortable lead driving superbly on the outside of his competitors to grab an easy win from Jake Bradley and Tristan Jarred in the New Stars junior division.
“That’s three feature wins for me now,” Lock said.
“Dad prepared the car so good, and the track tonight was awesome to race on. It’s been a good night for all our team.”
In the Top Stars Tanner Barclay of Heywood recorded a first and a third in his heats and would add the 15-lap feature to his night’s results winning ahead of Linkin Paterson and Jack Randall.
Reigning Compact Speedcars champion’s night of racing all came together for him in the 15-lap A-Main when he would cross the finish line first to win the annual Legends Trophy from Mark Cecil and Louis Rodriguez.
The next race meeting at Heytesbury Stockfeeds Simpson Speedway will be on February 12, 2022, with the annual Front Row Challenge for Wingless Sprints, VSC Unlimited Sedans, Trevor Podger Memorial for Super Rods and round six of the Southern Speedcar Tour.