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Round 6, Jones takes the Cup, Williams takes the round.   
Story By: Administrator  Date: 22/10/2017 at 5:22:22 PM 
Debutant Harri Jones has taken the Certica City of Goulburn Cup after R-Tek Motorsport's John Magro was penalised 5 seconds for a jump start.

Jones crossed the line behind Magro and ahead of Gilmour Racing's Calan Williams who had stalled at the start. After the penalty Magro dropped to the 3rd ahead of team-mate Nathan Kumar. Fellow R-Tek Motorsport driver Roman Krumins rounded out a great year by taking 5th outright and the class win. Williams' 2nd place was enough to seal the round win ahead of Jones and Magro with Krumins taking the National round win.

The weekend started well for Formula 3 debutant Jones who was fastest in practice, half a second clear of the experience Magro. Another debutant Gilmour Racing's Reilly Brook had an outstanding start to his weekend to be 3rd ahead of team-mate Williams who only managed a couple of clear laps in the 19-car field, 5th was R-Tek Motorsport's Andrew Roberts in the older model Dallara.

Williams then made it 6 from 6 All Properties Group Pole Position Awards narrowly pipping Magro by less than half a second. Brooke announced himself a star of the future by taking 3rd ahead of Jones and Josh Behn having his first outing in the Harvest Motorsport Mygale.

Williams continued on his winning way taking out a hectic race 1 at which included 2 safety cars. The safety car was called on lap 1 for Behn who had stalled at the start. Racing resume on lap 3 where Magro made a slight error dropping to 4th. He quickly made up his lost positions setting out after leader Williams. Brook was having a great first race holding a solid 3rd ahead of the R-Tek trio of Krumins, Kumar and Roberts. Positions would stay that way despite another late safety car for spun State competitor Ron Coath.

R-Tek Motorsport's John Magro struck back taking race 2 jumping Williams off the start and was able take a lights to flag win where traffic played a major part. Jones continued his outstanding debut meeting being the only other car to stay on the lead lap taking 3rd. Krumins took 4th outright to take out the National Class win.

Williams, the reigning 2017 Australian Formula 3 Champion will be heading to Europe to race Formula 3 whilst National class Champion Krumins hopes to return next year and isn't ruling out stepping up to the Premier Class.


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