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Both these cars have had car issues late on day 3 of THC. Shame for both these crews.
Car 529, Bourke/Browne are out with mechanical issues on TS19. Bad luck for them.
White has set the fastest time on Eildon, 10s faster than the hard-charging Close/Reeves.
Stokell/Catford, having dropped 16s, is now 2:23s behind in second place. Maguire remains third +2.45s.
Brian and Linda Dermott (1962 Austin Healey Mk2 BT7) have moved to equal second Buggee/Freame in Classic Handicap. The class is led by Prieston/Esterbauer in their 1976 Fiat Abarth 131 Rallye.
Downie now leads Lomman by four minutes in Classic GT having conceded 1:29s on the long stage.
Dutton Garage Early Modern, sees Nunn/Johnstone now lead by 6s, having conceded 23s to Howarth/Howarth.
Dutton Garage GT4, Quinn/Gray leads Anear/Stephenson by 2:11s. Smith/Moscatt third +3.40s.
Michael and Daniel Bray (Nissan GTR) produced a superb drive to finish second, 2s behind Quinn on that stage.
Taylor/Taylor and Bryden/Lange sailed through the stage without penalty. The former continues to lead on 9 points, four ahead of their rivals. Third is Emond/Jones on 43 points
Jack Waldron continues to dominated the class after finishing the 39.95km stage now more than 14 minutes clear. Second is Greig/Harris while Stanton/Neagle are a flat 16mins off the lead.
Seymour/Seymour have moved into second place, 35s Ringuet/Ringuet while Grace/Jones have slipped to third 1:31s from the lead.
Expected TS19 start now at 13.42.
It is now estimated that the first competition cars will be underway on TS19 between 1.15pm-1.30pm.
Peter Nunn and Keith Johnstone lead the Liam and Larry Howarth by 29s after TS18.
White and Thompson in the Mitsubishi Evo IX find themselves in a podium position for the first time +3:05s.
The Lilleyman charge ended earlier in the stage after they were holding second not far from the lead.