QUALITY: James Ryan was the best-placed Maryborough Speedway member in the first-ever Junior Sedans Speedweek.
QUALITY: James Ryan was the best-placed Maryborough Speedway member in the first-ever Junior Sedans Speedweek. Alistair Brightman

Ryan the best-placed Maryborough junior sedans driver

QUEENSLAND and Northern Territory champion Ardie Jonic claimed a comprehensive victory in the first-ever Junior Sedans Speedweek.

The series linked four existing nights of racing at three Queensland venues into one major event, and featured the best juniors

Jonic dominated the first night of competition at Gympie's Mothar Mountain Speedway, and continued that form at the two-night Maryborough Speedway event, which was held on December 29 and 30.

A washed-out feature race at Hit-Tec Oils Speedway at Toowoomba was the only thing that prevented Jonic's clean sweep.

He finished first with 598 points, his dominance highlighted by the 110-point winning margin.

Victorian Kasey Garlick was second on 488, with Bundaberg's Kurtis Peall third on 464 points.

James Ryan was the best-placed local driver, as he finished 11th with 348 points. Ashleigh Moller (12th) was next best with 338 points. Jaiden Torrisi, Linkin Huth and Kayden Swindells, all finished in the top 20.

Top 10

Ardie Jonic 598

Kasey Garlick 488

Kurtis Peall 464

Ryan Harris 462

Casey O'Connell 461

Ellie Peacock 452

Erik Wallace 425

Braith Hogan 393

Dylan Keen 379

Hayden Brims 358



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