Brad Sweet on fire at Valvoline Raceway

All Images : Gary Reidgreid@pacific.net.au
Words: Paul Griffin

American Brad Sweet claimed a spectacular victory at Sydney’s Valvoline Raceway on Wednesday night.

Sweet was stunningly fast in the his #99 RBM entry and crossed the line ahead of local ace James Thompson and fellow American Kasey Kahne.

Brad Sweet gets support from his young nephew Owen Larson at the A Main presentation along with Kasey Kahne (3rd, left) and James Thompson (2nd, right)

Brad Sweet gets support from his young nephew Owen Larson at the A Main presentation along with Kasey Kahne (3rd, left) and James Thompson (2nd, right)

The 35 lap A-Main was supported with a $10,000 winners cheque. Top 10 placings were:

1. Brad Sweet (started 3rd)
2. James Thompson (started 5th)
3. Kasey Kahne (started 8th)
4. Matt Dumesny (started 7th)
5. Max Dumesny (started 6th)
6. Sam Walsh (started 4th)
7. Kerry Madsen (started 10th)
8. Warren Ferguson (started 15th)
9. Marty Perovich (started 11th)
10. Robbie Farr (started 12th)

Lachlan McHugh

In somewhat of a surprise, Lachlan McHugh won the Dash with a last lap pass of Grant Tunks and started from pole in the A Main

Harli White

Harli White on the limit

Brad Sweet

Californian Brad Sweet was the A-Main winner

Jason Gebert

Jason Gebert powers down the back straight

Kasey Kahne

Kasey Kahne and a Sydney Summer sunset

The best of the best on the night: Brad Sweet (99) leads Kasey Kahne (4), Sammy Walsh (92) and James Thompson (22)

The best of the best on the night: Brad Sweet (99) leads Kasey Kahne (4), Sammy Walsh (92) and James Thompson (22)

Toby Bellbowen (left) and Alex Orr

Toby Bellbowen (left) and Alex Orr in close proximity during the A Main

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