Kerry Baily has given his Aston Martin DB9 a perfect Kerrick Sports Sedan Series debut, with the Queenslander winning all three races at Mallala.
Several years in the making, the Aston led every lap of the season’s opening round, beating home Des Wall’s Chevrolet Corvette on each occasion.
The day yielded Baily’s first Clem Smith Cup, which has been awarded to the winner of the second race at Mallala for the last six seasons.
Holden Monaro driver Michael Robinson rounded out the podium on a weekend of high attrition, with just five cars finishing the final race.
Darren Hossack wrestled the Ford Falcon borrowed from Simon Pfitzner to fourth overall, with Shane Bradford (Chev Camaro), Tony Ricciardello (Holden Commodore), Charlie Senese (Chev Corvette) and Colin Smith (Holden Monaro) rounding out the points scorers.
All 6 top cars used the popular DUNLOP slick, developed in Australia for our unique class.