Glenn Smith and Damon Leitch have claimed pole for this afternoon’s three-hour South Island Endurance Series race.
Scott O’Donnell and Alan Dippie will start second with a lap that was just over 1.5 seconds slower than the pole lap.
The three-hour qualifying session saw drivers setting strong laps despite a fully wet track for all three of this morning’s qualifying sessions.
The entries of Darryl Barrett, Hamish Frew and Paul Rickerby, Graeme Rhodes will start from the second row of the grid.
This morning’s Class A and B one hour race will see the entry of Andrew Gibson and Paul Booth start from pole with a commanding, with two seconds over Bradley Rule who will start second.
Rhys Gould has taken the Class B pole position setting a time that was over two and a half seconds faster than Debbie Chapman in second.
The Class C and D session saw Bruce Davidson take a convincing pole position ahead of John Wadsworth with almost four seconds separating the pair.
However, the session was interrupted by a red flag for the entry of Garry and Ben Derrick, with their Porshe stuck in the gravel at the end of the main straight, they will receive a three-spot penalty for bringing out the red flag, dropping the 148 from third to sixth.
Ryan Wood will start on pole for Class D with almost a second and a half over Sam Collins who will start from second on the grid.
The Class A and B race has just started, with the Class C and D race getting underway at 11.40 am and the three-hour race starting at 1.30 pm.
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