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At the 2nd running of the Australian Tarmac Championship, contender Jeff Denmeade has thrown his hat in the ring as a potential for the Championship after a dominating effort that saw him win round 2 of the series by over 4 minutes from the nearest competitor..
Winning every stage bar one, the first Sunday stage, Denmeade set stage wins that at times were 40 seconds faster than his nearest competitor over the multi stage event held around the town of Marysville, in Victoria.
“We really enjoyed ourselves”, Denmeade said, “and the stages were lots of fun, even though they were wet and slippery”.
After having issues in the first round, held around the twisty roads of Mt Baw Baw in Victoria, which saw them just scrap in points after missing 5 stages due to an oil leak, Denmeade went on to set a fastest stage time on the penultimate stage and a second fastest stage time on the last, sending a warning shot that was a sign of things to come.
“The next event will be a lot tougher for a podium I think”, Denmeade went on the say, “it’s all new for us, and there are even more people entered, either way, we look forward to it, and hopefully a podium there too, which would be nice”. 
Now running 3rd in the series for Championship points Denmeade and his navigating wife, Catherine, are pleased with the jump from 9th to 3rd in the points tally and are committed to the series this year, putting all else on hold to concentrate and support the series.
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