The epcc.net.au series has gone nuts with the prizes on the table for the next round on the 5th of September totalling $1400!
All the action at the EBC Brakes EC Motorkhana was pretty damn cool - more girls behind the wheel at this event too with Emanuel in the M3 putting on one serious show of sideways action.
Hope to see Zoe and other Mini owners at the WP event mixing it up in the hot hatch category.
The below is from the epcc site
Hello Fellow Racers,
After a fantastic day of tyre spinning fun in the sun at Eastern Creek Raceway the results are in for the EBC Brakes EC Motorkhana.
Firstly, the Avant / Estate Class which was won by Emma in her Saab 95...never knew a Saab could move that fast! With the absence of Ice Man and Bug Racer (who is leaking so much water from the S4 that it could have wet the skid pan without using the pumps) it was a clear win for Emma.
Emma is also the second woman this year to win their class – not only that, she was quicker than almost half the field!
The Hot Hatch class was up next with long standing battle between VW an Ford back on the table. Sean and Nemesis were back on track with two very mean XR5’s with Daniel and Trent flying the Flag for VW in MKV and MKIV R32’s.
It was Daniel in the MKV R32 who eventually claimed first (even after the hefty time penalties for having 4-Motion – 2nd overall too) With Sean hot on his heals just 2.4 points behind. Trent in the MKIV R32 put the pedal to the metal to claim 3rd with Nemesis finishing in 4th.
The Sports Coupe class though was where all the action was with David’s Audi TTS, Wazza’s Audi A5 3.2 FSI and Emanuel’s E92 M3 drawing in competitors and spectators alike...to say they look fast standing still is an understatement.
Even with the time penalties applied to the Audi’s for their ‘unfair quattro advantage’ it was 1, 2 for Audi with Warwick proving too neat and clean in the A5 claiming first with David only 1.8 points behind in the TTS – something that big and heavy defies logic in being able to change direction that quickly...well done Wazza.
In third place only a couple of points behind was Murry in the mighty M Roadster...he just had too much power to put to the ground in that light little coupe to keep up with the Audi contingent – next time Murry.
The Power to weight ratio point calculation came in to play to propel Ellis and Paul to 4th and 5th respectively - it was like watching two majestic ocean liners trying to negotiate and 18ft skiff race course...and yes reverse gear was used more than once.
Honourable mention goes to Mark in the current series Subaru WRX...if you weren’t able to see the driver you would have swore the Ken Block was in the car putting on a spectacular show of sideways 4 wheel drifting action that was impossible to match...is there a drive like a WRC superstar button in that car – check out the video footage of that!
On to the Bonus Prizes!
Fastest overall time over the four events was David in the Audi TTS - the EBC Brakes EC Motokhana Circuit Breaker - with a total time of 150.63 followed closely by Daniel in the MKV R32 on 151.73 and Murry in the M Roadster on 152.96...close indeed guys!
The title every wants though is the ‘STIG’ this time being awarded to Ellis in the BMW 635 C Si...just 0.537 points ahead of Paul also in a BMW 635 C Si.
Congratulations to all the above winners each securing $100 cash on any EBC / RDA product thanks to iautosport.com.au with David and Paul also winning a $100 cash off any Sureflo Performance Exhaust product / service!
Special thanks to Stephen and Nick from EBC Brakes for their support and the awesome EBC show bags, also to Sue, David, Susan, Lloyd, Bob, Arthur, Allan and the BMW clubsport team for such another successful event.
Want to be part of all the action excitement and get your hands on some prizes a the next round? Then join other European vehicle enthusiasts at Wakefield Park on Saturday the 5th September for the DMS Detailing WP Sprint
Date: Saturday 5th September
Time: 8am – 4pm
Location: Wakefield Park Goulburn
Cost: $210 [$190 payable to Circuit Club and $20 to EPCC] including driver training, motorsport photography*, in car and external circuit footage, light refreshments and lap timing.
With Dan and the Team from DMS Detailing offering up 6 Stage 1 Vehicle Details valued at $200 each – that’s $1200 worth of prizes on the table to be won on the day
Winners can also elect to upgrade to a Stage 2 detail (valued at $310) for only $100.
Winners of the ‘Circuit Breaker’ and ‘Stig’ Awards also win $100 each thanks to Sureflo Performance Exhausts – it win, win, win!
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to secure your spot today...or you may be left watching from pit wall.
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