Here comes another one. A race report that is. (You thought it was going to be interesting, didn't you?) Saturday 19th October the crew chief and I loaded up and traveled down to Sydney to participate in Round 6 of the track championships. Okay, due to not being able to race at Casino back in September due to the airstrip being used to refuel critical bushfire aircraft, the crew chief told me to go for one more fang before the Summer racing shutdown. If the crew chief tells me to go racing who am I to argue. There was 5 of us entered for the day. Me, Ezio, Emma , Anthony and James. I was curious to see how Ezio's freshened motor and triple SU combo was going. Ezio used to run high 15s or 16 but it runs a tad better now. I haven't got all videos available due to this (insert expletive) camera shutting down mid race again. This is Emma against Anthony in a shootout run. Until this year Emma hadn't ever driven a manual gearbox car of any sort so still learning. She broke out a little bit, too much redline fever. Here's a strictly self indulgent video of one of the few times I get the bye run because I was the fastest qualifier. I ran 14.037 and Emma ran 14.097 in an earlier qualifier. This last video is me and Anthony in the last of the shootout runs. At this point Anthony had 2 wins and I had only my bye run so we were bunging it on a bit at the start. Anthony took the deserved win with his restrained enthusiasm showing when he came over to shake hands. One thing I like about these young blokes is their good sportsmanship. It doesn't matter if they win or lose, they come over and discuss how things went and shake your hand. The final was run between Anthony and James with both of them redlighting but Anthony did first so the win went to James. Congratulations to them both. See you all next year. I'm pulling mine down over the Summer and putting a new clutch in and the old race motor that I broke the crank in last year. Hooroo.