Mahoney, Phillip
August 2009
Australian Auto Action;8/5/2009, Issue 1352, p7
The article reports that racer Scott Pye has taken home the 40th anniversary trophy with victory in the Australian Formula Ford Championship round at Sandown Raceway. Pye was the class of the field in indifferent weather conditions and made the most of each race as his rivals struggled for consistency. Pye struggled for outright pace in a semi-wet race one finishing down the order, but recovered to win races two and three. Kiwi Mitch Evans was unable to salvage a good overall result.


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