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Porsche Club of Victoria Sandown 240 - 4 Hour Regularity Relay Sunday, 30 April 2017

RESULTS Driver

Car

Result

Great day!! Loved the variety of cars. Loads of atmosphere and colour with our sponsors LiquiMoly red andOutright blue stickers up all over Class Outright Class Position Points thePosition place. Points

reassuring him that nothing but a perfect run and win was expected.... In all seriousness John fitted in perfectly and did a great job! We might even be able to persuade him back next year? I cannot say that we didn’t enjoy hearing our team name being called out in first place, but the real fun on these regularity events is the magic mix of cars that we get to see and hear plus great camaraderie between all the drivers.

Class: OPEN

Stan Bougadakis

997 GT3 Cup Car

.491

5

Manny Mezzasalma

993

.557

4

Sally Anne Hains

997 Turbo 3.8

.576

David Mallinson

996 3.6 Turbo

.624

Joseph Ensabella

997 GT3 Cup

.824

996 GT3 Cup

.536

993 Carrera

.663

44 large92numbers 92 of entrants, our With the 33 94 were under a bit of volunteers in 94 registration 3 28 96 pressure but 96 scrutineering ran very smoothly with 2 20 98 98 a mix of PCV and CAMS allocated personnel and 1 1 100 100 before long the first cars were out on track for practice working out their times using everything 1 38 42 100 from the most sophisticated technology to black 1 magic. 16 76 100

Rodney Gordon

944 Turbo

.322

4

Ken Eve

1995 993 GT2 Replica

.576

3

Nick Karnaros

993 3.6

.602

Bob Hawker

996 GT3

.727

Luke Fitt

Boxster S

.550

Michael Herrod

993 RSR

.655

Ben Faggetter

993 3.6

.765

Andrew Gott

BMW M4

.494

Gil van der Venne

997 GT3

.600

Simon Dunn

911 997.2 GT3

.624

George Kenyeres

991 Targa GTS

.446

Brent Howard

996 GT3

.492

Tom Goulopoulos

996 GT3

.516

Ian Geekie

996 GT3 Club Sport

.524

Peter Harrison

996 GT3 Mk2

.706

Tony Carolan

996 GT3

.759

Guy Lavoipierre

Cayman S

.219

Everybody got 51 78 nominations in before 94 their time 29 80 1200 the first 33 cars the 1145 cut-off 96 and by 2 to go24 82 on track98were gridding up in the paddock 1 8 84 100 adjacent to the track entrance. Starting was fun and enabled me to get into 3 36 86 96 a rhythm early....before hitting the traffic and 2 18 88 98 putting my brakes to the test. 1 3 90 100 After a few laps I had a strange feeling that I was only 58 to discover that someone 3 being42shadowed 96 a 98 black GT3 2 had etched 26 60 on my rear vision 1 mirror.....no 19 62 100 funny business here. A big thanks to Phil Treloar “the man with a plan”, 6 not only 45 did he 64 90 do a great job as our manager, 5 43 but also came92up with66some strategic mastery 4 41 68 94 that helped steered us to victory!! But for all our 3 40 70 96 efforts out on the track, the biggest thanks and 2 11 72 98 to100success74was our dedicated timers. 1 real secret 4 Giving us clear and accurate guidance for the rest!!! 6 whole54race, without 12 90

Josef Smith

Cayman S

.443

5

Michael McLaurie

996 Carrera 4S

.568

Frank Deak

Boxster S

.585

Andrew Smith

996

.601

Phil Treloar

996 3.6

Class: Cup6 Tom Marks Class: M0

Bryan Fitt Class: M1

Class: M2

Class: GT2

Class: GT3

Class: A

Class: Driver B

.731

Car

Richard Catchlove

Result

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92

• 33 teams entered this year; 6 more than our previous best and only 2 below our track limit. • 15 teams were from PCV members with 18 from other car clubs. • The 18 non-PCV teams had entrants from 19 different car clubs. Our Sandown 240 is really becoming a major event in the Victorian club motorsport calendar.

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31 16 Phil, Bob and94myself have now done a few of 3 these27events 96 together18with a different “fourth” 2 25 20 98 over the years. Not wanting to get too serious, 1 7 22 100 Class Outright Class Outright this year was no different. Points Position Position Points

.438

5

Boxster S

.554

4

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92

24

Daniel Reynolds

911 Carrera

.621

Richard Thompson

911 Carrera

.661

Carlo Fasolino

Cayman

.744

Mark Chrzanowski

911 3.0 SC

.549

Grant Stephenson

911 3.0 SC

.603

Pete Matherson

911 SC 3.0

.666

3

23

96

36

2

14

98

38

Cameron Goodyear

911 SC

.701

1

12

100

40

Jason Pasco Bill Toohey

944 S

.446

7

46

88

44

944 S2

.532

6

39

90

46

Philip Cox

911 3.0 SC

.663

5

15

92

48

Garry Voges

944 S2

.684

4

13

94

50

John Swan

944 S2 3.0

.706

3

10

96

52

Garry Saber

944 S2

.706

2

9

98

54

Warwick Phillips

944

.744

1

5

100

56

Class: C

A couple of interesting statistics in this year’s event,

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Cayman

Thursday, 25 May 2017 David James

Second place was taken out by another PCV team the G Bodies with Richard Thompson, Pete Matherson, Daniel Reynolds and Cameron Goodyear. Third went to the enormously enthusiastic Loud Pipes and Wide Stripes Mustang team.

Page 1 of 2 After 35 a thorough interview process 26 94 and exhaustive 3 and then 21 28of trials and testing, high 96 months three 2 altitude 17 training 30 98 and many hours on the simulator, 1 6 32 100 John Swan was the eventual winner of the coveted fourth spot in our team. We welcomed 4 37 34 94 him into the fold, putting his nerves at ease,

John Swan

Class: D

Ben Faggetter

Bill Toohey

John O’Keeffe Bryan Fitt

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