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To say that Mick Hamon dominated last month’s running of the 2014-15 season Western Australian Production Sedan Title at Albany’s Attwell Park Speedway would be quite the understatement.
 
Mick Hamon Production Sedans thumbThe two-time Australian Street Stock Champion went through both nights of competition undefeated after winning all three heat races on the opening night and then backing it up on the second and final night winning his fourth and final heat race and then going on to win the feature race.
 
By virtue of the stunning heat-race form, Hamon started the Western Australian Title deciding feature race from pole position and then went on to lead every single lap of the 35-lap journey. 
 
“Despite battling some small issues with the car throughout the heat races, I enjoyed a satisfying weekend on what was a challenging tracks on both nights,” commented the VY Holden Commodore driver, whose only previous Western Australian Title win was in the 1992-93 season as a teenager in Junior Sedans.
 
“To be able to go through an entire race meeting, especially when it’s a state title, undefeated is something I’m very proud of.
“This performance is the perfect lead up for me to the upcoming Australian Title and I’m heading over to the east coast with a lot of confidence.”
 
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In what was a career-best drive, Kyle Sayer drove impressively to finish in second behind Hamon. Despite his best efforts throughout the feature race, Sayer wasn’t able to deny Hamon of the win but still managed to come home in a pleasing second. 
Tim Green and former Australian Champion Rod Musarra completed the podium in third and fourth place respectively. 
 
Queensland visitor Tim Atkin finished just off the podium in in fifth. The current Australian Champion was attempting to complete a clean sweep of all the current national and state titles in the class, but fell short at the Western Australian Title. Nathan Penn, Jake Blight, Sandy McPherson, B-main qualifier Barry Rose and Kane McDiarmid rounded out the top-10 finishers.
 
Defending Western Australian Champion Glenn Hoskins had a tough weekend and consequently failed to finish the feature race due to losing a wheel on lap 14. 
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Photos: Jody Shanhun