Harris pips Crick for fastest time in SuperUtes Practice 2

Friday 24th May, 2019 - 12:50pm


Ryal Harris

Ryal Harris has picked off Cameron Crick in the dying stages of Practice 2 to finish on top again in Round 3 of the ECB SuperUtes Series at Winton Motor Raceway.

Crick led for the majority of the session in his #7 Mitsubishi Triton before Harris in the #1 Mazda BT-50 recorded a time of 1:40.0265 on his final lap around the 3.00km circuit.

Crick finished only four hundredths of a second off the session benchmark while Tom Alexander (#22 Isuzu D-Max) out-paced Dakar Rally champion Toby Price (#87 Triton) for third.

Rainfall between the two practice sessions meant no times were improved from the morning hit-out.

Craig Woods led a quartet of Toyota Hiluxes in fifth ahead of Ben Walsh, Gerard Maggs and Craig Thompson.

Jaiden Maggs (#96 Triton) and Keven Stoopman (#11 Holden Colorado) rounded out the top .

Qualifying for the Saturday morning opening race commences this afternoon at 1415 local time/AEST.

Results: Practice 2

Pos Num Team/Sponsor Driver Car Fastest lap Split
1 1 EFS 4×4 Racing Ryal Harris Mazda BT50 1:40.0265
2 7 Total Tools Team Triton Racing Cameron Crick Mitsubishi Triton 1:40.0693 0:00.0428
3 22 Caltex Delo Racing Tom Alexander Isuzu D-MAX 1:40.4287 0:00.4022
4 87 Team Mitsubishi Triton Toby Price Mitsubishi Triton 1:40.4713 0:00.4448
5 64 Western Sydney Motorsport Craig Woods Toyota Hilux 1:40.8811 0:00.8546
6 8 Fat Freddy’s Ben Walsh Toyota Hilux 1:41.1711 0:01.1446
7 68 Sieders Racing Team Gerard Maggs Toyota Hilux 1:41.8785 0:01.8520
8 72 Western Sydney Motorsport Craig Thompson Toyota Hilux 1:41.9966 0:01.9701
9 96 Mitsubishi Motors Team Triton Jaiden Maggs Mitsubishi Triton 1:42.4407 0:02.4142
10 11 Trick Trailers Keven Stoopman Holden Colorado 1:42.7156 0:02.6891
11 17 Tank World Benjamin Falk Mazda BT50 1:43.6817 0:03.6552
12 49 Allgate Auto Doors Racing Christopher Formosa Ford Ranger 1:45.1691 0:05.1426
13 94 Allgate Auto Doors Jeff Watters Ford Ranger 1:46.1180 0:06.0915 comment policy

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