JORDAN BIVIANO took out the 30-lap Production Sedan feature race at Castrol Edge Lismore Speedway, Saturday night, November 28.
Promoted as “The Dream,” the event again provided some close action as Chris Besseling and Ash Graham filled second and third respectively.
The race got away to a spectacular start after Nathan Gordon led the field before he spun on the first lap in a melee that also involved Ian Bell, Besseling and Graham
Gordon was out of the restart and it as Aaron Hall who was the leader in the early stages.
But there was plenty happening behind him as Josh Boyd, Stuart Fawcett and Nick Chilcott turned on some spectacular three wide action.
Matthew Layton also came into strong contention in his charge toward the front of the field and he put down the fastest recorded lap of the race with a time of 17.063 seconds for a speed of 84.393 km/h.
Boyd lost all chance of a top three three placing when he spun and brought on a yellow light in the latter part of the race.
Hall led away but it was Biviano and Besseling who emerged the likely winners as they made their move. Layton got caught up in a tangle and was sidelined. Biviano later raced into the lead and was followed into the top three positions by runner-up Besseling and ultimate third-placed Graham, while Hall failed to finish when he retired from the race with eight laps remaining.
Biviano had a good night with an earlier heat win, while other victors of heats were: Fawcett, Jesse Martin, Chillcott, Hall and Gordon.
Other main event winners were: Jason Burns (SSA Four Cylinder Sedans); Luke Gray (Street Stocks); Jaiden Santin (All Stars Junior Sedans); Sophie Santin (New Stars Junior Sedans) and Jacob Jolley (Wingless Sprintcars.).
The next fixture on the 2020-21 season at Castrol Edge Lismore Speedway is the annual Boxing Night (December 26) spectacular featuring the opening round of the Mr Modified Series.
Caption: Production Sedan main event winner: Jordan Biviano. Photo: Tony Powell.