Two drivers, both sponsored by Dominator, had great results at Calder Park Dragway recently. The modified victory went to top qualifier Medallion Winner Jess Turner, who prior to lining up against Cory Dyson in the final, had a bye run before taking on Craig Baker and Stewart Johnston. Dyson, meanwhile, had dispatched Matt Czerny and Derek Wills ahead of a bye in the semi-final.
Craig Geddes claimed the prestigious Rowe Memorial after taking victory in his new Super Stock machine at Calder Park Dragway.
Geddes’ victory followed what the three-time and defending Competition class champion called a "dream run" in his new race car - a 2004 Cavalier with a 320-cubic inch splayed valve Chev, which runs an automatic transmission and a Dominator torque converter.
"The car performed faultlessly and was much quicker than we anticipated straight out of the blocks. I have to send a big thanks to all of my crew and the sponsors who have all put in a massive effort over the last few weeks to get it finished. We were really up against it, but we wanted to debut it and do well here at the Rowe Memorial and we have accomplished that. It is just terrific!"