• Simon Feigl

Ryan is the Inaugural World Eseries Sprintcars Champion



Tim Ryan has capped off a fantastic World Series Sprintcars Eseries by claiming the overall championship despite a late race collision that dropped him well down in the standings come the chequered flag.


Having won the opening two rounds in dominant style, Tim looked to be going 3 from 3 having opened up a mammoth 5 second lead before a late safety car would cause a late race drama. At the restart he wasn't able to get away enough to adopt the fastest possible line having to defend sliders from Jock Goodyer, with the pair unfortunately tangling wheels just a few laps from the finish, with both dropping down the order.


With a damaged car and no time to respond, this looked like it could cost the championship however with calculators being put to feverish use, we were relieved to see that the two earlier round wins were enough anyway to offset the poor final result, and Ryno would walk away with the Championship Title, the very first for World Series Sprintcars in Esports.


Having also recently winning the Speedway Sedans Australia National Modified Sedan Esports Championship as well in early April, it has been a phenomenal two months for the 2018 World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series World Champion.


Many thanks to John McLellan & J & S Drilling Motorsport for partnering with us for this fantastic series. It has been a pleasure working with you on this project, and getting a result like this is a great reward for all the effort put in, and enabling Tim to showcase his talent.

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