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Modern still wide open after Day 2

The RDA Brakes Modern class is shaping up as an exciting race, with just 40 seconds separating the top three after Day 2.


The RDA Brakes Modern class is shaping up as an exciting race, with just 40 seconds separating the top three after Day 2.

After starting the day in equal third, Roderick Neville in a 2004 Mitsubishi Evo VIII has moved into the lead, 39 seconds clear of Chris Crowe in a 2004 HSC Coupe 4.

Greg Burrowes, driving a 2009 Mitsubishi Evo X, is in third, just one second further back.

Roderick, who has his son Myles alongside him co-driving, is pleased with how they are performing after the first two days.

“We’ve had a pretty good run; it’s great to have my son navigating for me,” Roderick said.

“We’ve spoken about it for years and now it’s finally happening.

“We didn’t set any goals and we’re doing okay, so that’s a bonus.

“The car is pretty solid and we’re really happy about how things are going,” Roderick added.

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