COATES HIRE IPSWICH SUPERSPRINT 2018 - BRIAN BOYD WRAP UP
- PAYCE Head Office, Sydney NSW.
CAMS PAYCE Formula 4 – Racers Enjoy the Annual CAMS Academy Camp Prior to Ipswich – Brian Boyd
Brian said most of the series young drivers had participated in the annual CAMS Academy camp on the Gold Coast just prior to the Ipswich meeting.
"By all accounts they enjoyed two days of physiological and mental training presented by Fitness2Podium at the Bond University fitness facilities," he said.
"Fresh from that development program, the 10 young rookies were keen to apply some of that learning to the three CAMS PAYCE Formula 4 races supporting the Supercars round.
Jayden Ojeda Strong Across the Weekend – Brian Boyd
"Saturday's field lined up with Jayden Ojeda on pole. He won the race to the first corner and was able to establish a comfortable lead to take the chequered flag from Cameron Shields and Ryan Suhle. Most of the action was taking place back in the field with two cars leaving the track after an altercation.
"Sunday's races saw Jayden continue his dominance, taking out both races in convincing fashion," Brian Boyd continued.
"Lachlan Hughes looked set for a good race starting off pole in the second race, but soon lost the lead to Ryan Suhle as Jayden was making his move through the field. On lap five, Jayden wrestled the lead from Suhle and was never challenged on his way to victory.
"Another win in race three sealed a perfect weekend for Jayden, who took out the round," Brian Boyd concluded.
CAMS PAYCE Formula 4 heads to Winton for the next round with the Shannons Nationals on 31 August, 2018.
|1st - Jayden Ojeda||177 points|
|2nd - Cameron Shields||152 points|
|3rd - Ryan Suhle||145 points|
Go Team PAYCE!