Moore to come in rac­ing fi­nals

Wanneroo Times - - Sport -

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.

Pic­tures: Barn­siespho­tos

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.

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