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Morton clears away in GT Sports Trophy

Jeff Morton, in his Lotus Exige, holds a commanding lead after Day four in the Country Club GT Sports Trophy class.
Morton holds a lead of over four minutes from Richard Woodman in a Subaru WRX, although Woodman had a great afternoon run, posting the fastest time over the final three stages of the day, taking 13 seconds off Morton's lead.

"We’re having so much fun and just enjoying ourselves - we’re enjoying the amazing roads, we’re in a great car, and everything’s as good as it could be right now," Morton said.

Jeff Beable in his Nissan Skyline, remains in third position, six minutes behind Morton.


Country Club GT Sports Trophy:
1. Jeff Morton/Dennis Neagle, 2017 Lotus Exige
2. Richard Woodman/Marcus Towle, 2004 Subaru WRX, +4m22s
3. Jeff Beable/Nerida Beable, 2000 Nissan Skyline, +6m00s




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