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Published 15 September 2012
Joe Colasacco brought the curtain down on Saturday’s race programme, steering his Stanguellini to victory but only after jumping Will Mitcham’s U2-Ford at the penultimate corner on the final lap.
As the flag dropped, it was the similar U2 of Ray Mallock – whose father Major Arthur Mallock made the car originally – who led the field. The former Formula Atlantic champion hooked up perfectly to leap from the third row of the grid to the lead inside two corners. However, his race was soon undone as he retired the car just two laps later.
It was left to Colasacco, Micham and Alexis racer Stuart Roach to make a race of it – and they did. The positions changed constantly before Italian-American Colasacco made his move on Mitcham with a last gasp pass in the dying seconds. He just clung on to take a deserved win as the chequer dropped.
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