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SONIC BLAST OFF TO SUPER START AT SANDOWN

SONIC BLAST OFF TO SUPER START AT SANDOW…

SONIC BLAST OFF TO SUPER START AT SANDOWN Official release: Sonic Motor Racing Services April 8, 2016 Sonic Motor Racing Services have started 2016 in sensational fashion with round wins in both the GT3 Cup Challenge and Australian Formula Ford Series. Sonic pilots Leanne Tander, Max Vidau, Ryan Simpson and Hamish Hardeman all came...

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Randle on the move in AFFC

randle-qrThomas Randle continued his stunning form during the third round of the Australian Formula Ford Championship at Queensland Raceway last weekend.

In just his first year of Formula Ford and his second national level event the 16 year-old finished third overall for the round and has moved to within 10 points of the leader of the Rookie of the Year standings, despite not competing in the opening round of the series.

Randle, a member of the Evans Motorsport Group 'Young Guns' program, has shown great speed in both state and national series meetings during his maiden season, taking wins at his first two meetings at state level and claiming a race two podium finish at Townsville earlier this month on his AFFC debut.

Randle finished the three races at Queensland Raceway with a second, fourth and fifth placings, a feat made all the more remarkable as it was his first trip to the circuit and the fact that he missed the Friday practice sessions after a clutch failure on his opening practice lap.

Randle sits just ten points behind Rookie of the Year leader Jordan Lloyd and eighth overall on the Championship table.

His third placing for the round at Queensland Raceway underlines his undoubted talent behind the wheel and the second-generation racer will be looking to add a race win to his card when racing resumes at Winton next month.