Avalon little raceway had 12 drivers turn up for round 6 of the Victorian Junior Quarter Midget Series.
The Drew family spent the morning working on the track and the result was a fast, multi laned race track. With practice done and heat draws completed it was time for 4 rounds of heats for the Novice 120cc A , B,s and 120cc open.
Novice B,s saw Jake Bradley step it up and take all four hear wins, much to the delight of his home crowd family on the hill, with Leah Balcombe and Hudson Moorfoot getting there first look at the track.
Novice A was a mixed bag for heat race winners including first time starter Jamie Balcombe getting his first heat win in only his very first meeting at Avalon. With 6 car heats the racing was fast and at times three wide.
120cc heat battles between Jayden Lock and Blake and Chelsea Balcombe was a good watch, all showing good car speed and control.
The Finals saw three stand outs for the day. Jake Bradley made it a clean sweep taking the Novice B final, with first time starters Leah Balcombe and Hudson Moorfoot getting lots of laps in for the day.
Arthur Hutchinson started out side pole for the Novice A's and never looked back, at times running the high line with ease. Bailey Hutchinson again showed more improvement with his racing and followed home his Cousin in second, while Jacko continued to impress taking third.
120cc saw Jayden Lock carve up the field, tho new comers Blake and Chelsea Balcombe showed great speed for there first meeting at Avalon.
With great racing, lots of people up on the hill watching, round 6 was a big hit.
The next meeting is the Australian Quarter Midget Grand Prix double header.
March 5th Avalon. Racing from 1pm
March 6th Laang. Racing from 2pm
Novice B 120cc
1st Jake Bradley
2nd Leah Balcombe
3rd Hudson Moorfoot
Novice A 120cc
1st Arthur Hutchinson
2nd Bailey Hutchinson
3rd Jacko Peachey
4th Koby O'Shannassy
5th Jamie Balcombe
DNF Rusty Ponting
120 cc Open
1st Jayden Lock
2nd Blake Balcombe
3rd Chelsea Balcombe