F4 WINNING WEEKEND AT PI - RND 2 REPORT

Cars Galore Team BRM driver Will Brown has maintained his strong championship form, claiming his first win and a race 3 fastest lap, during round 2 of the 2016 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship at Phillip Island.

The results see Will retain second place in the championship after 2 rounds.

2016 CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship Round 2 podium placings at Phillip Island

Jordan Love won his first round.

Starting from pole, Nick Rowe was unable to hold off the advances of the Team BRM machines as they shot up the field during the ten lap finale.

Enjoying the dynamic final race and finishing in second place after a climb back from fourth, Brown said later:

“Obviously Jordan took it out but we had an exciting race. I went back to fourth and I was then able to fight my way back up to second so it was a great round, we ended up second overall and we’ll look forward to Sydney Motorsport Park".

Josh Denton was awarded the Burson Rookie of the Round with Simon Fallon claiming fifth in his Formula 4 debut with DREAM Motorsport ahead of AGI Sport’s Jack Smith in sixth and Josh Conroy in seventh. Tyler Everingham and Brenton swapped race paint on the opening lap at Turn Four, to round out the final two placings.

The CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship returns for Round Three of the championship at the Shannons Nationals Sydney Motorsport Park round on July 1–3.

2016 CHAMPIONSHIP STANDINGS - AFTER RND 2 - PHILLIP ISLAND

 

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