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Waters leaves Dunlop opposition in his wake

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Saturday 5th April, 2014 - 4:23pm

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Cam Waters took the opening Dunlop race at Winton

Cam Waters took the opening Dunlop race at Winton

Cam Waters has dominated the opening race of the Dunlop Series at Winton.

In what would have to be one of the most dominant performances in the second-tier V8 Supercar series of recent times, Waters streaked away from second on the grid and never looked back over the 25-lap journey.

His final margin of victory was 10 seconds and allowed him to look after the car and will be hard to stop in the final race tomorrow.

Waters got the jump from Ash Walsh and Andrew Jones, while pole sitter Steve Owen slipped back to fourth.

Owen soon moved ahead of Jones, who then had a race-long battle with Paul Dumbrell. Things got interesting when Morgan Haber joined the battle and then Paul Morris got in on the action battling with Dumbrell.

Jones kept his nerve at the head of the battle pack to finish in fourth, while Morris was unable to get by Dumbrell over an intense final 10 laps.

Owen made a strong move on Walsh with five laps to run, making contact on the final corner. Owen’s final margin only made a little closer with Waters having to battle with lapped traffic.

Unlike the main series race, the Dunlop V8 encounter was an all-green affair with only minor incidents throughout the 25-lap encounter.

See below Dunlop Series Race 1 result 

Position Driver Team Car
1 Cameron Waters TEAM ENZED FPR Ford Falcon FG
2 Steve Owen East Coast Traffic Control Ford Falcon FG
3 Ashley Walsh Infants Friend Ford Falcon FG
4 Andrew Jones DGS/Fuchs Holden Commodore VE2
5 Paul Dumbrell Eggleston Motorsport Holden Commodore VE2
6 Paul Morris Sargent Security Racing Ford Falcon FG
7 Morgan Haber Haber Excavations/Miraflores Ford Falcon FG
8 Garry Jacobson Eggleston Motorsport Holden Commodore VE2
9 Andre Heimgartner Finance Ezi/MWM Ford Falcon FG
10 Taz Douglas Image Racing Ford Falcon FG
11 Chris Pither Icebreak Racing Holden Commodore VE2
12 Ant Pedersen Eggleston Motorsport Holden Commodore VE2
13 Geoff Emery R&J Batteries Holden Commodore VE2
14 Shane Price THR Motorsports/S.A. Racing Holden Commodore VE2
15 Todd Hazelwood Matt Stone Racing Ford Falcon FG
16 Josh Kean Vili’s Holden Commodore VE2
17 Marcus Zukanovic Action Racing Ford Falcon fg
18 Matt Hansen Forpark/Aust Custom Moulders Holden Commodore VE2
19 Brett Stewart Formula Tech/Interquip Racing Holden Commodore VE2
20 Jack Le Brocq Image Racing Ford Falcon FG
21 Garth Walden CarTorque/Royal Purple Holden Commodore VE2
22 Jordan Ormsby THR Motorsports/S.A. Racing Holden Commodore VE2
23 Michael Hector Gulf Western Oil Ford Falcon FG
24 Aaron McGill McGill Motorsport Holden Commodore VE2
25 Aaron Tebb Voight Contracting Holden Commodore VE2
26 Jim Pollicina Mocomm Communications Ford Falcon FG
27 Fredrik Lestrup Pacific Hoists/Race Pilot Holden Commodore VE2
28 Aaren Russell Novocastrian Motorsport Ford Falcon FG
29 Dan Day Street Fighter Holden Commodore VE2
30 Tim Macrow Worldwide Gaming Holden Commodore VE2

 

 

 

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