Moore to come in racing finals
FORMER Australian cricketer Mitchell Johnson made a successful start to motor racing and Bryce Moore clinched the Formula Ford title at Barbagallo Raceway at the weekend.
Johnson debuted in a radical sports car in the F1000 race, while the talented Moore won all three of his races to win the 2018 State championship.
Moore, regarded as one of the best drivers out of WA since Daniel Ricciardo, is a finalist in the Aussie Driver Search.
He will drive a GT3 Audi as well as a V8 Supercar in the two classes at the final in Sydney this December.
Fellow Formula Ford driver Josh Matthews’ car went airborne after clipping Homan Ho’s wheel on the last turn.
He was fine but the car was a bit of a mess.
David Caisley won the National Formula Vee Championships.
Grant Hill in his BF Falcon Supercar won all of the Sports Sedan races.
Matt Cherry in the Improved Production Monaro won all three races and now heads to Tailem Bend in South Australia to try win the national title.
Above: Former Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson takes to the track. Below: Josh Matthews gets some air time. Below left: Bryce Moore in his Formula Ford.