2020 Albins Goondiwindi 400

2020 Goondiwindi 400 Comiskey Jimco
Brett  Comiskey with navigators Daniel Mckenzie & Corey Cooper have won the 2020 Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400 today in the #34 CMS Racing Jimco. Driving a smart race, Comiskey tamed the famous Gundy melon holes and took the lead on the final lap of race to finish in an overall time of 4hr 20min 19.402 seconds.

Pushing hard all weekend, Class 1 pilots Tony Fehlhaber and Garry Howell took second outright, 1min 35.588sec behind Comiskey in their #138 Chenowth. The father and daughter team of Russell and Kelsey Hartnett drove their #245 Razorback Class 2 buggy into third outright in 4hr 24min 32.903sec.
Talbot Cox and Craig King in the #16 Racer led the race after section 1 on Saturday afternoon but were forced to retire on Sunday. While the son and father team of Ryan and Nev Taylor were a team on a mission on the opening lap of section 2, on Sunday morning, posting the quickest lap time of the weekend, a 48min 15.238sec in their twin turbo V6 powered #24 Tatum! Unfortunately a failed lift pump would put an end to their charge!
The Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400 produced some sensational class battles, with the respective leads see-sawing over the 400km race distance. When the clocks stopped on Sunday afternoon, these were 2020 Gundy 400 Class winners…
Class 10: #1013 – Jason Keane
Class 8: #816 Christian Trusz / Shane Harris – CBT Racing
Class 7: #717 Luke Petersen / David Anderson
Class 66: #6669 Mitchell Cross / Benjamin Atterton
Class 6s: #615 Darren Englebrecht / Liv Englebrecht
Class 6: #687 Toby Price / Ben Proelss – Toby Price Motorsport
Class 5: #507 Michael Ranson / Jay Davidson
Class 4: #439 Jamie Knight / Symon Knight
Class 3: #364 Taylor Teichmann / Anita Teichmann Leap Frog Racing
Class 2: #245 Russell Hartnett / Kelsey Hartnett Hartnett Motor Racing
Class 1: #138 Tony Fehlhaber / Gary Howell G & T Racing
Unlimited: #34 Brett Comiskey / Dan McKenzie / Corey Cooper
Despite the Queensland border being closed, the Gundy 400 attracted a solid 66 entries and a huge shout out must go to the Goondiwindi Motorsport Association
for pressing ahead despite all the Covid challenges thrown at them.
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