CML reports – “Zak Smith and Olly Jefferies continue to show off the pace of the TC6, this time at the Moto Arena GP. The Winter Grand Prix meeting at Moto Arena was the first time the entire Associated on-road team had a chance to try the new TC6, and if the results were anything to go by the team must pretty pleased with the performance of the new Associated touring car. In 10.5 Pro Stock Chris Slater was the class of the field taking TQ and setting a new Moto Arena track record for the class. Zak Smith qualified in sixth place and going very well was Tom Jefferies who lined up fourth for the A final. In the Super Touring modified class it was Olly Jefferies once again setting the pace and Olly like Chris set a new track record, going nearly a lap quicker in qualifying than he did at the recent BTCC round held at Moto Arena. Steve Lander was trying modified for the first time in a few years and getting a feel for the TC6 and extra performance, Steve would line up sixth for the A final.”
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