WARRNAMBOOL'S Jamie Veal finished off the Ultimate Sprintcar Championship season in style with a victory in the grand final of the series at Valvoline Speedway in Sydney on Saturday night.
The win would be the 17th of his racing career at the venue as he held off eventual series winner, Sydney's Sam Walsh, and 2019 Grand Annual Sprintcar Classic champion Robbie Farr.
The Brisbane export started the 30-lap feature race on the front row with Marcus Dumesny beside him. Walsh was on the second row, while Veal started on the inside of the third.
Farr led the race for 13 laps before Veal zoomed past to snatch the lead. The move proved to be a big play in the championship race with Farr missing out on four bonus points for leading the race the longest.
With eight to go Veal was being chased by Walsh, who had moved into second spot, and Farr but a Luke Stirton crash forced the race to a halt with two laps remaining.
On the restart, Veal would zoom away and ensure he grabbed the checkered flag and the final victory of the series with Walsh second and Farr third.
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