Round 3 2023 Industrie Clothing NSW Championship Powered By Ausnets – Kenny 3/3, Tigani 3/3

After Round 3 of the 2023 Industrie Clothing New South Wales Supersports Powered By Ausnets at Sydney Motorsport Park last weekend, Alex Kenny won all three races in Class 2 (Prototypes) in his Regulator Automation Nova Proto NP-01, and Justin Tigani won all three races in Class 1 (Radical SR3) in his Tigani Motorsport Radical.
These results allowed Alex to edge closer to third place on the outright pointscore, while Justin extended his lead in the outright pointscore after his main competitors in Class 1 competitors stuck troubles, or simply couldn’t match his pace.
With outright points coming only from the points earned within each of Class 1 and Class 2, and with only two Rounds remaining in the 2023 Industrie Clothing New South Wales Supersports Championship Powered By Ausnets, Justin’s lead looks almost insurmountable, even if Alex Kenny continues his current form in Class 2 and wins every remaining race.
With Justin showing speed and consistency to dominate the Championship, his closest competitors in Class 1, Jonathon Canavan (HUNTA Radical SR3), Terrence Knowles (Ausnets/PRS Radical SR3), GT3 ace Sergio Pires (Valmont Racing Radical SR3), reigning New South Wales Supersports Champion Mark Brame (Focus Motorsport), young sensation Alex Gardner (Volante Rosso Motorsport), Paul Royal (Wilroy Kitchens Radical SR3), are now entangled in battles for second place down to sixth place in Class 1, where consistency and reliability will not be enough without speed with two rounds remaining to take out second place behind Justin.
Staying in Class 1, similarly, Stephen Champion, Warwick Morris, Chris Perini (GWR), Steve Shiels (Truck Xperience Radical SR3), Bill Medland (RA Motorsport Radical SR3), Peter Clare (Shared Runway Radical SR3), and Greg Kenny (Volante Rosso Radical SR3), will be on the attack after falling backwards in the pointscore.
Warwick Churche finally joined in the hard racing in NSW Supersports, while Sue Hughes (Fasidu Radical SR3), the most raced lady racing driver in Australia’s racing history, has been gaining speed, although at the same time as many of her fellow Class 1 competitors have gained speed as competition in the 2023 Industrie Clothing New South Wales Supersports Powered By Ausnets is becoming more intense.
In Class 2, Paul Palmer (Mionlach Kennels Stohr WF1) had a race day to forget after being knocked out in Race 1, while a practice incident a week earlier knocked prototype ace Simon Copping out of the entire Round 3.
Class 2 New South Wales Supersports legends, Steve Roberts (Austwide Freight Wolf Tornado) and Nick Kelly (Roler/Industrie Clothing Radical SR8) are climbing the outright pointscore after returning to form after missing rounds and adjusting to new cars.
Highlights of the Round 3 action will be shown on Blendline soon.
Round 4 of the 2023 Industrie Clothing New South Wales Supersports Championship Powered by Ausnets is on July 8 at Sydney Motorsport Park under lights.
For more information on 2023 Industrie Clothing New South Wales Supersports Championship, the fastest State-based racing series in Australia, contact Darren Barlow on 0439044128, visit Facebook Supersports Racing New South Wales Australia, or visit

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