With a quality field of 12 New Star competitors, Luke Malcolm started the evening in the best possible way, claiming the first two heat race victories, while Jhy Pack would claim the third and final heat of the night.
The racing behind was fierce and tough, with Bryden Southwell, Montana Pack and Brody Day figuring prominently in each of the heat races.
When it came to the 15 lap feature race, Luke Malcolm would make the best of the jump, while Jhy and Montana Pack would duel it out behind. Jae Noonan and Aiden Doak would start to move their way through the field, as did Brody Day and Bryden Southwell who were right behind the leaders.
This would soon come undone as the Pack siblings traded blows, which would see Montana retire from the event and Jhy drop back through the field significantly. Brody Day would capitalise and move into a top 3 position behind Bryden Southwell and Luke Malcom who continued to lead.
Luke Malcolm started to feel immense pressure from Bryden Southwell, as Jhy Pack was charging back through the field. With two laps remaining, the leaders had to deal with lapped traffic as Jhy Pack went around the outside of Malcolm and Southwell to put up a real challenge for the race lead.
Bryden Southwell charged to the inside of Malcolm and Pack and with a corner to go were three wide as they came to the line. Jhy Pack would narrowly defeat Luke Malcolm, Bryden Southwell and Brody Day to take the win in Round 6 of the JSRA Country Super Series.
Attention will now turn to Round 7 of the JSRA Country Super Series which heads to Southern Forest Machinery Raceway in Manjimup on Saturday April 1st.
The JSRA must thank our valued sponsors of the 2016/2017 Season for their support of Junior Sedan Racing in WA:
Hamon Tyre and Exhaust Centre (HTEC)
Callcott and Downey
True Value Hardware, Moora
Ultra Tune Malaga
Torque Wear Australia
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