MW Motorsport has finished third, fourth and sixth in the Kumho Tyres Super3 Series after a hard fought title fight, concluding at Sandown this weekend.
Hamish Ribarits was the best placed MW Motorsport driver, finishing third overall, losing out to new champion Broc Feeney and Jayden Ojeda.
Ribarits completed the season with a strong haul of points at Sandown, including a win in the first race. An off-track excursion in Race 2 dropped him to third, while a jump start penalty saw him classified fifth in the final race.
Zac Best qualified third before finishing fourth in Race 1. An error in Race 2 dropped him to ninth before climbing back through the field in the final race of 2019, taking fourth.
Nic Carroll was a model of consistency, qualifying sixth and racing with the front runners in all three races. He finished with two sixths and a fifth, enough to claim sixth overall in the standings.
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“I had a strong start to the weekend, qualifying in second place, and went on to win Race 1 in treacherous racing conditions, which was pretty wild,” said Hamish Ribarits.
“Race 2, I finished third and didn’t have the smoothest of run, and in Race 3, I got a five second penalty, which put me back down the field.
“I finished third overall for the round and for the series. I am really happy with how I went this season, for both myself and the MW Motorsport team.”
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“Overall it was a good weekend. I raced inside the top five the whole time, apart from Race 1 when I made a little mistake,” said Zak Best.
“In Race 3, we bounced back and got a new track record so it was one positive for the weekend and still managed to maintain fourth in the championship.
“I’d like to thank my sponsors and the others who have helped me out. Also, thanks to the team who have done a great job and not let me down.”
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“It has been a pretty good year and I’ve really enjoyed working with the team this year,” said Nic Carroll.
“It wasn’t the best of round for us. It got off to a rough start, but we progressed in the races and it was good to learn more about the car.
“I’m looking forward to catching up with the team to go through everything and hopefully we can sort something out to be on the grid next year.”