Final club meet for year
The Douglas Motor Sports Association held it’s final club meet for the year.
Junior Motorkhana winners for the day were Cain Perry (first), Seth Perry (second) and Amber Yendle (third).
The Khanacross champ of the day was Chris Wieden, finishing the 11 runs the quickest, in his modified Nissan Patrol.
Overall runner-up was 2017 club champion 16-year-old Heath Barry, who also took out first place in the Junior Khanacross.
Heath shows a tremendous amount of talent on the track and he said his wheels are pointed in the direction of a career in rallying.
“I’m trying to pursue it, I’ve just got a new car so hopefully I can do some bigger,” Heath said.
“It’s good fun and it’s something different, there’s a good social aspect and everyone gets together.
“I never get nervous, I get an adrenaline rush.
“You just go for it and hold on.”
Heath has already participated in Targa GBR this year, as a navigator for Shane Buchanan.
The club will to kick back into gear next year on the Australia Day public holiday, on January 28.
Junior Khanacross winners third Mackenzie Barry, first Heath Barry and second Josh Yendle.
Khanacross winners, second Heath Barry, first Chris Wieden and third Shane Buchanan.
Heath Barry takes the corner tight in his Nissan Micra, at the DSMSA final meet of the year.