Zane Goddard is sitting 3rd in the 2019 Super2 Series Championship heading into the season finale at Newcastle.
“Firstly, a massive congratulations to all the team at MW Motorsport and Bryce Fullwood for wrapping up the championship. It was one of those weekends where you can’t buy luck! I’m still sitting third in the championship so it’s not all doom-and-gloom. Weird weekend, weird conditions, weird results in all categories, but all in all I’m looking forward to Newcastle which is one of my favourite circuits on the Super 2 Championship.”
Goddard qualified P10 for Saturday’s opening race in the wet and wild weather which plagued the Sandown event all weekend.
Goddard had moved into P5 by lap 10 following a Safety Car restart, as the first race at Sandown was then shortened from 22 to 17 laps due to time constraints.
Unfortunately on Goddard’s last lap contact dropped him from P5 to P8 where he finished.
Goddard qualified P12 on Sunday and was able to climb into P9 by the half-way mark of the 22-lap race.
While running P6, Goddard and Dylan O’Keeffe banged wheels late in the race, which broke the latter’s suspension and forced him to retire, while Goddard was able to continue after pitting.
Goddard crossed the line in P13 at the back of the field, concluding what was a tough race weekend with challenging conditions.
Despite a tough weekend of racing Goddard is sitting 3rd in the Super2 Championship Standings before the season finale in two weeks time.
Goddard’s final event will be the Newcastle 500 for Round 7 of the 2019 Super2 Series, to be held on 22- 24 November.