Le Brocq takes pole for Dunlop Series finale

Daniel Herrero

Sunday 6th December, 2015 - 10:59am


Jack Le Brocq will start from pole for the final round of the 2015 Dunlop Series

Jack Le Brocq will start from pole for the final round of the 2015 Dunlop Series

Jack Le Brocq secured a maiden Dunlop Series pole for the final race of the year while title contenders Cameron Waters and Paul Dumbrell will start from second and third on the grid.

Waters led through the first runs of the 20 minute session before Andrew Jones became the first man into the 1:29s just beyond the halfway point.

Jonathon Webb took his Image Racing Falcon to the top with five minutes remaining before Dumbrell missed his chance with a poor exit off Turn 10 having gone fastest to the second sector.

Waters went fastest on each of the first two laps of his second run as Dumbrell moved into second with three minutes left.

Le Brocq, however, managed to do what he’d threatened three laps earlier when he jumped to the top of the timesheets with a 1:29.2640s on his eighth lap.

With Jones already back in the pits and Waters conceding defeat before the chequered flag, the focus shifted to Dumbrell, who lowered his personal best in the final minute but couldn’t move up the order.

That left Le Brocq, promoted to MW Motorsports’ Ice Break Falcon in place of Chris Pither, to take the Armor All Pole Position for the first time.

Waters will start alongside, one position ahead of title rival Dumbrell, with Webb, Andrew Jones, Todd Hazelwood, Garry Jacobson, Aaren Russell, Shae Davies, and James Golding completing the top ten.

Waters leads the series by 89 points with 150 on offer for the winner of this afternoon’s 17 lap race scheduled to begin from 14:20 (local time).

Result: Dunlop Series Qualifying Race 2

1 Ice Break Racing Jack Le Brocq Ford Falcon FG 1:29.2640*
2 TEAM ENZED PRA Cameron Waters Ford Falcon FG 1:29.4252 00.1612
3 Eggleston Motorsport Paul Dumbrell Holden Commodore VE2 1:29.4730 00.2090
4 Hayman Reese Racing Jonathon Webb Ford Falcon FG 1:29.6715 00.4075
5 Alliance Truck Parts Andrew Jones Holden Commodore VE2 1:29.7981 00.5341
6 iseek Racing Todd Hazelwood Ford Falcon FG 1:29.9098 00.6458
7 Eggleston Motorsport Garry Jacobson Holden Commodore VE2 1:30.0351 00.7711
8 Plus Fitness / Go Karts Go Aaren Russell Ford Falcon FG 1:30.1387 00.8747
9 Davbridge Constructions Shae Davies Ford Falcon FG 1:30.1413 00.8773
10 Gippsland Body Building GRM James Golding Holden Commodore VE2 1:30.1604 00.8964
11 PAYCE Macauley Jones Holden Commodore VE2 1:30.3166 01.0526
12 Super Black Racing Simon Evans Ford Falcon FG 1:30.4248 01.1608
13 Middy’s Data & Electrical Bryce Fullwood Ford Falcon FG 1:30.7043 01.4403
14 Alphabet/Wynns Josh Kean Holden Commodore VE2 1:30.7208 01.4568
15 Cavalier Homes/EMA Matthew Chahda Ford Falcon FG 1:31.7317 02.4677
16 Fujitsu Racing Renee Gracie Ford Falcon FG 1:31.9404 02.6764
17 Eggleston Motorsport Liam McAdam Holden Commodore VE2 1:31.9442 02.6802
18 Street Fighter Performance Upg Dan Day Ford Falcon FG 1:32.6443 03.3803 comment policy

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