Konica - Wakefield Park results

Sunday 22nd February 2004 Konica Minolta V8 Supercar Series Wakefield Park, Goulburn, Australia <pre> Round 1 Race Results: Top Ten Positions Race Three (Second Race) 1.

Konica - Wakefield Park results

Sunday 22nd February 2004
Konica Minolta V8 Supercar Series
Wakefield Park, Goulburn, Australia

<pre> Round 1 Race Results:

Top Ten Positions Race Three (Second Race) 1. #19 Andrew Jones BOC Gases 14-laps 2. #28 Matthew White Gulf Western Oil/Jayco 3. #27 Cameron McLean Howard Racing 4. #70 Alan Gurr Smiths Trucks 5. #90 Phillip Scifleet Rupprecht Motorsport 6. #72 Lee Holdsworth Smiths Trucks 7. #30 Luke Youlden Super Cheap Auto Racing 8. #81 Jose Fernandez Team Fujitsu 9. #64 Tony D'Alberto Independent Race Cars 20. #65 Marcus Zukanovic Actron Air/PCR

Top Ten Positions Race Two 1. #55 Mal Rose Rupprecht Motorsport 12-laps 2. #46 Michael Caruso Holden Young Lions 3. #30 Luke Youlden Super Cheap Auto Racing 4. #27 Cameron McLean Howard Racing 5. #111 Mark Porter Hydraulink Racing 6. #71 Owen Kelly Team Fujitsu 7. #89 Adam Wallis Rupprecht Motorsport 8. #81 Jose Fernandez Team Fujitsu 9. #96 Kurt Wimmer Holden Young Lions 10. #64 Tony D'Alberto Independent Race Cars

Top Ten Positions Race One 1. #70 Alan Gurr Smiths Trucks 17-laps 2. #28 Matthew White Gulf Western Oil/Jayco 3. #27 Cameron McLean Howard Racing 4. #19 Andrew Jones BOC Gases 5. #81 Jose Fernandez Team Fujitsu 6. #30 Luke Youlden Super Cheap Auto Racing 7. #111 Mark Porter Hydraulink Racing 8. #90 Phillip Scifleet Rupprecht Racing 9. #64 Tony D'Alberto Independent Race Cars 10. #56 Kevin Mundy Actron Air/PCR

Top Ten Point score after Round One 1. #70 Alan Gurr Smiths Trucks 166 2. #30 Luke Youlden Super Cheap Auto Racing 166 3. #28 Matthew White Gulf Western Oil/Jayco 160 4. #81 Jose Fernandez Team Fujitsu 158 5. #64 Tony D'Alberto Independent Race Cars 144 6. #72 Lee Holdsworth Smiths Trucks 136 7. #111 Mark Porter Hydraulink Racing 136 8. #89 Adam Wallis Rupprecht Motorsport 134 9. #19 Andrew Jones BOC Gases 122 10. #27 Cameron McLean Howard Racing 122

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