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Worling leads from the start to take Charlton feature

GREG Worling cruised to a flag-to-flag victory in the Modified Production A Main feature race at Charlton Raceway on Saturday.

Worling raced home by a comfortable 4.88 seconds ahead of hometown drivers Brendan Kennedy and Nathan MacDonald to bring up his first feature win of the season.

The Lismore driver qualified on pole, got the jump and never surrendered his lead in the 25-lap final as Kennedy, Macdonald and fourth-placed Shane Dennis all held their positions over the full distance.

Meanwhile, Brody Fraser-McGee continued his excellent form by winning the 20-lap ASCF Juniors feature race.

Fraser-McGee led all the way in the main event to finish 3.31 seconds ahead of Jayden Peacock and Maddi McGee.

McGee moved into second place early before Peacock snuck ahead with eight laps remaining.

Peacock had trouble in the heats and started the final from ninth but he was too far back to catch Fraser-McGee.

It was Fraser-McGee's third win in four weeks which equals Peacock's record this season.

Dave Fanning also continued his success in the Lightning Sprints while Michael Mason was too quick in the Four-Cylinder Sedans.
 

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