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UPDATED: Race Revolution 2018 (Live Blog)

Our live coverage of Race Revolution 2018, from Gunnedah Airport has concluded. You can find a feature story on the results, and the incredible 300km/h run by Manny Dalakakis here.

More than 100 cars battled the clock in the first ever Race Revolution, a half mile (804-metres) motor sport event being held in the NSW country town of Gunnedah.

Below is a recap of the class winners:

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Class 2D – Steve Carter – VW Beetle – 19.54 seconds
Class 2E – Arthur Kalantzis – Porsche 930 – 18.22 seconds
Class 3B – Glenn Torrens – VW Beetle – 30.31 seconds
Class 3E – Martin Upenieks – Porsche 911 – 18.10 seconds
Class 4D – Reece McKintosh – Audi RS3 – 17.27 seconds
Class 4E – Sally-Anne Hains – Audi RS6 – 18.66 seconds
Class 5C – Andrew Lewandowski – Mini Cooper S – 23.58 seconds
Class 5D – Adam Laura – Nissan R32 GT-R – 16.61 seconds
Class 5E – Chris Charalambous – Jeep Cherokee SRT-8 – 17.56 seconds
Class 6D – Scott Turnbull – Subaru WRX – 18.31 seconds
Class 6E – Jarrod Baker – Ford Fairmont – 21.74 seconds
Class 7E – Emmanuel Dalakakis – Jeep Cherokee – 14.55 seconds

The event also recognised the ‘quickest’ brands or categories of certain vehicles:

Quickest 4WD – Emmanuel Dalakakis – Jeep Cherokee – 14.55 seconds
Quickest FWD – Gabby Southwell – Ford XR5 Turbo – 23.31 seconds
Quickest RWD – Terry McGrath – Toyota Supra – 16.84 seconds
Quickest 4CYL Forced Induction – Steven Muller – VW Golf R – 17.63 seconds
Quickest 5CYL Forced Induction – Reece McKintosh – Audi RS3 – 17.27 seconds
Quickest 6CYL Forced Induction – Adam Neish – Nissan GT-R R34 – 16.28 seconds
Quickest 8CYL Forced Induction – Emmanuel Dalakakis – Jeep Cherokee – 14.55 seconds
Quickest 10CYL Forced Induction – Sally-Anne Hains – Audi RS6 – 18.66 seconds
Quickest Audi – Reece McKintosh – Audi RS3 – 17.27 seconds
Quickest BMW – Crispin Lyne – BMW 335i – 20.29 seconds
Quickest Small Ford – Joshus Smeets – Ford Escort – 21.68 seconds
Quickest Falcon – Adrian Row – Ford Falcon G6E – 18.93 seconds
Quickest FPV – Michael Dillon – FPV BF GT-P – 19.30 seconds
Quickest Mustang – John Houlder – Ford Mustang – 18.31 seconds
Quickest Old Holden – Martin Stevenson – Holden HB Torana – 19.70 seconds
Quickest Commodore – Billy Giampaolo – Holden Commodore SV8 19.58 seconds
Quickest HSV – Terrence Henderson – HSV VF GTS-R – 18.16 seconds
Quickest Jeep – Emmanuel Dalakakis – Jeep Cherokee 14.55 seconds
Quickest Mercedes-Benz – Joel Watkinson – Mercedes-Benz E55 AMG – 20.31 seconds
Quickest 300ZX – Andrew Proctor – Nissan 300ZX – 19.23 seconds
Quickest GT-R – Adam Neish – Nissan GT-R R34 – 16.28 seconds
Quickest Skyline – Milton Miltiadous – Nissan R32 Skyline GTS-T – 18.49 seconds
Quickest Porsche – Christopher Skinner – Porsche 997 Turbo – 17.71 seconds
Quickest WRX – Scott Turnbull – Subaru WRX – 18.31 seconds
Quickest Supra – Terry McGrath – Toyota Supra – 16.84 seconds
Quickest Old VW – Steve Carter – VW Beetle – 19.54 seconds
Quickest Golf R – Steven Muller – VW Golf R – 17.63 seconds

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