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Stewart's lead is no Liddle advantage

The top five positions in the 4WD Showroom class remained unchanged throughout the day, with Liddle’s Mitsubishi keeping its advantage over Angus Kennard’s Nissan and Ralph Norton’s Subaru.

The top five positions in the 4WD Showroom class remained unchanged throughout the day, with Liddle’s Mitsubishi keeping its advantage over Angus Kennard’s Nissan and Ralph Norton’s Subaru.

“The car has gone absolutely faultlessly,” Liddle said. “I’d actually prefer it to be wet as the car is great in those conditions, but we’re having a great time regardless.

“We’ll attack tomorrow with gusto. We’ve put new front tyres for tomorrow to try and keep Angus (Kennard) at bay, and hopefully we can come home with the win.”

Angus Kennard’s Nissan GTR is expected to be fast on tomorrow’s long stages to Eildon and back, so Liddle will be on his toes for an attack.

A trio of Subarus follow the two leaders, with Ralph Norton, Trevor Macleod and Crichton Lewis unlikely to challenge for the win, but all fighting over the final podium place.

4WD SHOWROOM

1. Stewart Liddle / Michael Lloyd, 2009 Mitsubishi Lancer Evo X RS
2. Angus Kennard / Ian Wheeler, Nissan GTR 35, +59s
3. Ralph Norton / Malcolm Norton, 2010 Subaru WRX STI, +1m55s
4. Trevor Macleod / Scott Hunter, 2010 Subaru WRX STI, +2m19s
5. Crichton Lewis / Adam Kudra, 2010 Subaru WRX STI, +3m08s

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