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Streeties of Thunder 20/20 Race Recap

20/20 on January 20

At the 20th January race meeting, the Rockhampton Speedway community paid tribute to Luke O’Brien, Modified Sedans driver. A minute’s silence was held after the Grand Parade. Luke’s father and son were present at the event. 

Streeties of Thunder SSA Street Stock 20/20
Honouring Luke O'Brien

20/20 Race Recap

At this event, 11 pairs of Street Stocks Drivers competed in the Streeties of Thunder 20/20, which was proudly sponsored by OzCar Rockhampton. The duos included brothers, father/son, and racing friends.

Before the night, each of the A drivers gave their driving companion a piece of advice. Braith Hogan gave his dad a valuable piece of advice – “Don’t do what Mason Cameron did”. This meant don’t hit the fence. But in Mark’s first heat, he put the car in the fence, which meant Braith missed his first heat while repairs were made. Nevertheless, the duo came back to place third in the feature.

Toby Maloney’s brother Graham proved that racing ability runs in their blood, by taking out second in the feature.

Before the night, James Russell gave his racing partner Mark McGilvray a very valuable piece of advice. “Don’t do what you did last 20/20”. This included rolling the car, the car catching on fire whilst the pair were hanging upside down.

Luckily for them both, this advice was adhered to. The boys had a flawless night and were rewarded by winning the feature.

The place getters for this Season's "Streeties of Thunder.
1. Mark McGilvray & James Russell
2. Graham & Toby Maloney
3. Mark & Braith Hogan

Victory Lane

Top 3 Place Getters for all Divisions

Check out the podium places for all divisions below.

SSA Street Stocks

RSCC Super Stockers

Formula 500

SSA Junior Sedans Top Stars

SSA Junior Sedans New Stars

SSQ AMCA Nationals

SSA Production Sedans

The results showcased the exceptional talent of the participating drivers, with each race category producing its share of excitement and drama.

For a Full List of All The Results

Visit “MyLaps” for a full rundown of the lap times, Haet Results and A-Main Results for every division raced:

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