Lynton extends lead after Ipswich win

The Jacuzzi Spas Australian Production Car Series held their second round during the Shannons Nationals at Queensland Raceway last month, with the popular Fight in the Night taking centre stage.

Beric Lynton and Tim Leahey were the crowned the outright round winners for the weekend aboard their BMW.

Lynton remains on the top of the outright APC standings after his second round victory, while co-driver Leahey slots into fifth after missing the first round of the season.

Two consecutive round podium finishes for Grant and Iain Sherrin has been enough for the brothers to secure second in the standings, while Anthony and Kyle Alford round out the top three after finishing third at Queensland Raceway.

Grant Denyer and Tony D’Alberto made the perfect rebound from their disappointing non-start at Sandown, with their pole position and second race win enough to bump them up to 11th outright.

Justin Anthony and Karl Begg extended their lead at the top of the A2 class despite not finishing the second race, with the duo now holding a solid lead over second placed Chris Lillis and Nathan Callaghan.

Taking part in their first event for the year, Daniel Clift and Ashley Heffernan won in A2 class, with the second and first enough to seal the round win.

Like Clift and Heffernan, Rob Rubis and Scott Turner won Class B1 in their first attempt of the year with two race wins, while James Keene and Dominic Martens extended their lead at the top of the class with two second-place finishes.

Blake Aubin and Kyle Aubin’s stranglehold over Class C came to an end after five consecutive race wins, as Mitchell Naylor and Leigh Naylor were victorious in the second race of the weekend.

With the Aubin’s still leading the class, Calum Jones’ two third placings alongside temporary co-driver Jaylyn Robotham was enough for him to stay in second on the class standings.

With Class D leaders Aaron Cameron and Declan Fraser not making the trip up north for the second round, Richard Luff and Matt Thewlis just had to finish the race to replace them at the top, which they did with ease grabbing second and a win in the process.

Despite not winning either races in Class E, James Brock’s two podium finishes was enough to keep him at the top of the class standings as Cem Yucel and Iain Salteri made a statement in their first outing for the year, with two race wins to go with their pole position.

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The Jacuzzi Spas Australian Production Cars enters next round takes during the Shannons Nationals at Winton Motor Raceway on 1 -2 September.