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Motor Sport News - - Sporting Scene - By Gra­ham Brown

Or­gan­iser: In­car­ace When: Oc­to­ber 9 Starters: 25

Aaron Dew made off from Hed­nes­ford Hills with the lion’s share of the points af­ter tak­ing vic­tory in a heat and the fi­nal, with only Terry Hunn able to head him home in the other heat.

Hunn made a light­ning start to the open­ing heat, eas­ily beat­ing Andy Lee and Lee Pep­per into turn one. The Mazda RX-8 driver quickly ex­tended his ad­van­tage while the rest de­scended on Lee.

Bradley Dynes picked up a black cross and con­tin­ued to have some­thing of an ex­cit­ing race with what was ap­par­ently a no­table lack of brakes on the Ginetta, while Mikey God­frey spun at turn four.

Hunn con­tin­ued to main­tain his buf­fer over the rest un­til Aaron Dew caught and passed Pep­per and was clos­ing the leader down all the way from half dis­tance. The bal­ance fi­nally tipped in Dew’s favour when Hunn ran into back­mark­ing traf­fic that he couldn’t break through and, when a gap opened up for Dew down the in­side at the West Bend, he slipped by. Hunn

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