South Burnett driver Josh Harm wins in Kingaroy

SOUTH Burnett driver Josh Harm sits one point below the Production Sedan Silver Helmet Series leader following a winning performance in Kingaroy.

Harm won the main event in the second round of the competition on Saturday night and is now on 207 points below leader Chris Pagel.

He started the production sedans heats with a win and two third place finishes.

Harm emerged victor in the main 15-lap event in a battle between Harm and fellow racers Josh Arthur, Chris Pagel and Stuart Fawcett.

Saturday marked the final Kingaroy race meet for 2015.

Round three of the Silver Helmet Series will take place at the Kingaroy Speedway on January 24 next year.

Queensland driver Stephen English also edged out Travis Hutchison and Stu Robinson to the Queensland Street Stock Title.


Street Stock Title

  • 1st: Stephen English
  • 2nd: Travis Hutchison
  • 3rd: Stu Robinson

Super Sedans

  • 1st: Matthew Williams
  • 2nd: Mark Pagel
  • 3rd: Sean Black

Modified Sedans

  • 1st: Greg Worling
  • 2nd: Todd Doyle
  • 3rd: Quinton Clarke

Production Sedans

  • 1st: Josh Harm
  • 2nd: Josh Arthur
  • 3rd: Chris Pagel

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