Forceful Drive Nets Milligan Race Win at Teretonga Park

Jaden Ransley, 16, had secured pole for this race the final 86 race of the weekend and wentout with determination to retain his position, but it was not to be.

Rather, Jack Milligan – one of two drivers in the CareVets racing team – would hunt Ranley down remorselessly over the opening half dozen laps.

While Jack Milligan, Tom Alexander, Connor Adam and Michael Scott are all in contention for the title, Ransley impressed the crowd by taking a dual pole across two timed sessions. He has pole for race three tomorrow afternoon.

Toyota 86 Championship round four, race one

  1. Jack Milligan
  2. Jaden Ransley
  3. Michael Scott
  4. Jordan Baldwin
  5. Bramwell King
  6. Peter Vodanovich
  7. Sam Wright
  8. Sam Wallace
  9. Connor Adam
  10. Tom Alexander
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