Tony Alford (Nissan GT-R) dominated the Autumn Historic Warwick meeting at Morgan Park with three wins from four races in the Heritage Touring Cars category. This included winning the Glenn Seton Trophy for best Group A runner. The only other outright race winner, in a handicap affair for the Lloyd Bax Trophy, was Duncan Mackellar (ex-Allan Moffat ANZ Sierra). This saw the field departing the startline in three groups, with faster cars to the rear of each group. Group two started 20 seconds after group one, with group three starting a further 15 seconds later. Alford in the Skyline fell just 1.3 seconds short of beating Mackellar over the finishline in a highly entertaining affair.
Meantime, the John French Trophy, for first Group C runner across the line, was claimed by Chris Bowden (Tokico Mazda RX7).
The Heritage Touring Cars will next race at the Sydney Retro Speedfest, June 11-12.