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Morton maintains lead in GT Sports Trophy

Jeff Morton continues to dominate the Country Club GT Sports Trophy class, after another strong performance in his Lotus Exige on Day 3 of Targa Tasmania.
Morton took out all seven stages today to open up a huge lead, finishing the day almost four minutes clear of Richard Woodman in his Subaru WRX.

“The dry conditions have really suited us,” Moreton said.

“I’d not driven in the wet before Monday, so that was a real awakening.

“But I’m much more comfortable in dry conditions, so I’ve been a able to get onto the car a bit more and really enjoy the amazing roads – it’s been awesome.”

Jeff Beable in a Nissan Skyline, holds down third place, almost a minute back from Woodman.

Richard Woodham, in a Subaru WRX finished the day second overall, ahead of Jeff Beable in a Nissan Skyline.

Country Club GT Sports Trophy:
1. Jeff Morton/Dennis Neagle, 2017 Lotus Exige
2. Richard Woodman/Marcus Towle, 2004 Subaru WRX, +3m57s
3. Jeff Beable/Nerida Beable, 2000 Nissan Skyline, +4m48s




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