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Regularity wrap – Leg 4

The Frith team has maintained composure to stay in top spot on day four of the regularity category but the notorious Riana stage claimed second placed Darryl Marshall.
The Friths
With one full day left, the Frith father and son team sit 17 points ahead of Jeff and Nerida Beable. Darryl and Andrew Marshall have slipped into fifth after an off at the Riana finish line.

“We were doing well, but just spun off and into an embankment,” Darryl said.

Despite damage to every panel, the Ford Falcon ute was repaired in Strahan with the help of fellow regularity competitors.

“We’ll be up and running tomorrow. We haven’t come this far to not cross the finish line,” Darryl added.

1. Philip Frith/David Frith, Porsche Boxter S, 50pts
2. Jeff Beable/Nerida Beable, Nissan R35, 67pts
3. Allan Gluyas/Heather Gluyas, Toyota 86 GTS, 88pts
4. Martin Duursma/Marc Sobbel, Lotus Exige S, 132pts
5. Darryl Marshall/Andrew Marshall, Ford Falcon Ute Pursuit 250, 268pt

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