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Brendan Miller The Victorian Sports Sedan Series Champion

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  1. SpeedwayBear

    SpeedwayBear Platinum Member

    Mar 15, 2003
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    The inaugural Victorian Sports Sedan Series was recently wrapped at Rosedale Speedway when Pakenham based driver Brendan Miller went on to win his fourth series final out of five, the other that he didn’t win, he didn’t attend!

    With wins at Wahgunyah, Wangaratta & Rushworth notched up Miller headed to the most local track for him in the series expecting to compete against Rhys Collins. Unfortunately a final round battle was not possible as Collins competed at Wahgunyah on the weekend of the final round trying to consolidate his position in another series.

    Supported by Rosedale Panels, the Rosedale events were run over two nights culminating in the feature on the second night being the deciding result of the weekend.

    Six heat races over the weekend were almost all dominated by the Miller brothers Brendan & Damien.
    Brendan won the first of the weekend over Moon & Matt Nelson & then switch Moon & Nelson around and the same result for Miller in the second heat.

    Nelson & Miller traded places in a great heat for the third before Miller was penalised at race conclusion for passing under the pole line dropping him out of the top three results for the first time in the night. Moon & William’s took the second & third place positions.

    On night two Damien Miller joined the show & began by winning the first heat by passing his little brother Brendan on lap six of eight to take the lead & the win ahead of brother & Sam Williams.

    Heat two on night two would see Damien be penalised for passing under the pole line, passing his brother on the final lap before being shuffled back a spot to give the win to Brendan with Williams in third.

    The Miller brothers were at it again in the third and final heat of night two with Damien this time taking a win cleanly in the officials’ eyes over his brother & Moon.

    Brendan Miller then outclassed Sam Williams, Tania Paull, Ben Moon & Mark Pollard in the ‘Rosedale Panels Round five’ final at Rosedale to close out the series with another win.

    Over the five rounds the top five on points was Brendan Miller, Rhys Collins, Matt Ridd, Tim McPherson & Mark Pollard / Aaron Marshall equal on points for fifth.

    Series organiser Pollard was the only competitor in the top five to be able to make it to all rounds & can see some great potential in the series if the drivers chip in. “We had a reasonable field at Wahgunyah that dropped away a little for the next day at Mount Beauty, before a massive forty cars showed at Wangaratta. There is a lot going on for Sports Sedans & I’ll have a look at what we might do to build on this in the coming weeks.”

    Brendan Miller was chuffed to win the first ever state Sports Sedan Series. “We just love racing & when things went our way at Wangaratta & we were close to the series lead despite missing Mount Beauty, we decided to give it a crack & get over to Rushworth. I’d like to acknowledge Polly for putting on the series & the people that supported the series & thank my own family, crew & sponsors for helping me out along the way.”

    Sponsors include:
    Polly’s Racing
    Patton Automotive
    North East Oils
    Shepparton Autobarn
    J & L Perri Automotive
    Falls Creek Coaches
    Rosedale Panels
    DMT Sports Media

    Written by
    By Dean Thompson
    DMT Sports Media
    For Victorian Sports Sedan Series

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