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16-year-old Gold Coaster, Broc Feeney has moved into striking distance of the Series lead in the Kumho Tyre Super3 Supercars Series after an astonishing weekend at Winton in the Exit Timeshare Now Racing car which also saw him become the youngest person to drive a Virgin Australia Supercars Series main game car since Alex Rullo.
He leaves the northern Victorian venue just nine points off the Super3 Championship lead.
Qualifying on the second row of the grid, Feeney advanced to second in the opening race.
The second race, a miscue on setup amid horrendous conditions that struck Winton Motor Raceway just prior to the track opening for the Series saw Feeney drop down the order, however hard work overnight by the Paul Morris Motorsports Exit Timeshare Now squad saw him have the racecar to advance in the final race.
The last race came to Feeney with a number of competitors in front of him striking trouble and the youngster was able to push his way forward despite also suffering from a headcold throughout the weekend.
A fourth placed finish for the green and black Exit Timeshare Now car saw Feeney third for the weekend overall, which elevated him to second in the Championship.
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