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May, 2019

Race Wrap – Round 2 of the GLT Hendrickson Qld Prodsports Championship 2017

A very wet practice session and a few kamikaze Kangaroos didn’t bode well for a great weekend of racing in Warwick. The soggy Friday warm up session failed to provide much opportunity for the many Morgan Park debutantes  to hone their skills on what is both a technical and thoroughly entertaining circuit. Of all the tracks in Queensland, it really does allow for multiple passing opportunities and strengths and weaknesses of various  vehicles and drivers are put to test. The clouds may have cleared on Saturday Morning but the track was still greasy for qualifying, meaning it would be a while before the reports of a faster new bitumen could be realised.

May, 2019

Round 2 of the GLT Hendrickson Qld Prodsports Championship Round Preview – Morgan Park – 20/21 May 2017

Round 2 of the GLT Hendrickson Prodsports Qld Championship heads to the high country of Morgan Park Raceway in Warwick. The freshly resurfaced track has already seen lap times tumble in earlier sprint events, with more grip and favourable kerbing increasing driver confidence to push for lap records. Some competitors have taken the preparation to this event very seriously with Team Phat Wheels making a journey to the Andean mountains of South America for altitude training and importation of hi-fi equipment.

April, 2019

Race Wrap Round 1 GLT Hendrickson Prodsports Championship Lakeside

After one of the longest off seasons, the 2017 Prodsports Qld Championship has been opened in style at Lakeside Park.   With ample time for car preparation and performance improvements, the weight of expectation was also felt by competitors as they had to deliver on the trash talk and banter that goes hand in hand with the summer break. Wayne Hennig, still flexing, from his dominating 2016 Championship has thrown down the challenge for this years CP Dental GT category.  The Sunshine coast dweller was already playing mind games by acquiring the largest tow vehicle in the paddock, just as arch rival Graham Lusty had disposed of his palatial transporter.