Orange’s Ben Anderson, Dubbo’s Tim Hines and Randwick’s Nina Dowling and John Kemplar were the winners of Saturday’s round 13 Dubbo City Toyota Road Racing Series graded scratch races on the Wongarbon course.
Hines bested Dylan Eather, Jason Farr, Mick Ticehurst, Danny Barber and Will Phillips in the A grade event in a time of 44 minutes and 42 seconds, at any average speed of 38.51km per hour.
Anderson took out the B grade race over Craig May, Darrell Wheeler, Neil Diamond and Haylee Fuller in 50.13, with an average speed of 34.28km/h.
Dowling was the winner of the C grade scratch race over Trent Hines, Julia Mannix, Zac Fuller and Sarah Gordon in a time of 56 minutes 48.09 seconds at any average speed of 30.31km/hour.
Kemplar took out the D-grade race over Michael Evans, Luke Beange, Helen Hines, Jason Canobie and Michelle Fuller in a race time of one hour, two minutes and 48 seconds, with an average speed of 27.41km/h.
In the Dubbo City Toyota Junior Road Racing Series at Lincoln County Raceway, Emily Hines took out the under-9 and under-11 mixed road race over Lachie Farr, Jess Fuller and Jarryd Fuller, as Georgia Farr was the winner of the under-13 road race.
Many central west juniors will head to the Orica Hunter Junior Tour this weekend for a three stage event, which includes an individual time trial, criterium and road race at Kurri Kurri.