Drivers Challenge wide open heading into Final

12:38 AM 29 Jan 2014 NZDT
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Kiara Davies - winner of Series One of Garrards Junior Concession Driver Challenge.
Stuart McDonald is lovin it – it being the Garrard’s Junior Concession Driver Challenge

 
After three rounds of heats in the second of the Garrard’s Junior Concession Driver Challenge series Harley Mathew and Dean Miller share the lead with 21 points while overall Challenge leader Stuart McDonald is just a solitary point behind on 20 points going into the $14,999 Final scheduled for Pinjarra on Monday 3rd February.

 Unlike Series One, when Kiara Davies dominated, the second series is wide open and any one of the four leaders can win the $500 Garrards Voucher on offer for the winner of Series Two.

  25/01/2014 26/01/2014 27/01/2014 Total

 BUNBURY NARROGIN PINJARRA

Matthew, H J (Harley) 5 10 6 21

Miller, D B (Dean) 10 4 7 21

McDonald, S A (Stuart) 8 8 4 20

Sheehy, K S (Kristy) 7 6 5 18

Wallrodt, C L (Cody) 6 0 8 14

Buchanan, T B (Thomas) 1 2 10 13

Egerton-Green, D (Dylan) 4 3 4 11

Ferguson, M B (Micheal) 3 4 4 11

Dunne, B (Brian) 2 7 1 10

Hayter, K M (Kaiden) 1 5 2 8

Edwards, L R (Luke) 1 1 3 5

Justins, J R (Jack) 1 1 1 3

 Winners of each heat in the series earn a $250 Garrards voucher with a $500 voucher for the winner of each series.

 After the running of Series Three in May 2014 the points from each series will be added together and the driver with the most points will be declared the winner of the Garrard’s Junior Concession Driver Challenge.

The winner of the Garrard’s Challenge receive 2,000 cash from Garrards and will be Western Australia’s representative at the 2014 New South Wales Rising Stars Series.

 With the final race of Series Two and four races of Series Three to run the current leader is Stuart McDonald with 42 Points three clear of Kristy Sheehy (39) and Series One winner Kiara Davies (35).

 Davies has been unable to take part in Series Two to this point in time due to being injured in a stable accident.
 
By Alan Parker
 
 
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