In the 29-car strong Challenge Cup program, it was Sam Ryan who led the way in Friday’s qualifying session setting a blistering pace of 1:27.896 to earn the pole position. Dean Curtis was the best of the rest in second, .266 in arrears as Trevor Carmody bested Raymond Carmody for third while Sherman Engler rounded out the top-five.
Ryan made it two-for-two on pole positions securing the inside front row starting spot for race two ahead of Raymond Carmody and Dean Curtis, who were second and third respectively. Sherman Engler improved his race one qualifying result to jump up to fourth as Chris Elwell rounded out the top-five.
Sam Ryan was able to go on to take the first race win of the weekend en route to the fastest lap of the race, taking the checkered flag after thirteen laps. Raymond Carmody was able to advance forward two positions to finish second ahead of front-row qualifier Dean Curtis. Trevor Carmody put two Carmodys in the top-five with a fourth pace result ahead of Sherman Engler.
Raymond Carmody broke through in the second CCS race of the weekend to climb to the top of the running order and score the victory. Race one victor Sam Ryan would cross the line in second as the top two drivers swapped finishing results from the first wheel-to-wheel action of the weekend. Sherman Engler earned a solid podium result with a third-place finish while Dermot Ennis and Tim Sager finished fourth and fifth respectively.
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