Le Brocq sets crack­ing pace with Nis­san

Townsville Bulletin - - SPORT - TRENT SLATTER

NIS­SAN young gun Jack Le Brocq is on track for an­other stun­ning week­end at Reid Park af­ter set­ting the pace in prac­tice for the Dun­lop Su­per2 Se­ries yes­ter­day.

Le Brocq was near flaw­less in ev­ery trip around Reid Park last year as he won the round and he’s made an­other blis­ter­ing start this week­end, set­ting the quick­est time of the day.

Garry Ja­cob­son had the bet­ter of the first ses­sion ahead of se­ries leader Paul Dum­brell, but Le Brocq un­leashed in the sec­ond prac­tice to fin­ish on top with a time of 1: 14.7366.

Mean­while, Gold Coast’s Ryal Har­ris wasn’t giv­ing an inch in the V8 Ute Rac­ing Se­ries as he topped both prac­tice ses­sions.

The three- time se­ries cham­pion was the only driver to crack the 1: 27 bar­rier, with Craig Don­tas also driv­ing well to be sec­ond and third across the two ses­sions.

In the other sup­port cat­e­gories, the first Toy­ota 86 Rac­ing Se­ries round in Townsville looks to be a bat­tle be­tween three driv­ers.

Cameron Hill was the fastest across both prac­tice ses­sions with a best time of 1: 30.4388, but Jimmy Ver­non and Aaron Se­ton were not far be­hind.

Aus­tralian GT prac­tice went to the team of Kelvin van der Linde and Ge­off Emery with a time of 1: 13.1550 in their only on- track ses­sion.

Nis­san driver Jack Le Brocq,

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