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Rain hampers popular Sunraysia Safari

The weather gods turned a full 360 degrees during the four days of the 2022 Local Legends Sunraysia Safari, from clear skies to heavy rain and back to clear skies by the final day.

Winner for the second time in a row, Glenn Owen, this time with son Brad calling the corners, fought hard from second place at the start of the final stage to pass eventual second placeman, Andrew Travis and father David, and turn a deficit into a 10-minute win.

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Bruce Keys

Bruce has been involved in rallying for over 40 years. Although a senior administrator with CAMS (Motorsport Australia) for 35 years, he is probably best known for exploits as a motor sport photographer in the 1970s. He was awarded Life Membership of CAMS (Motorsport Australia) in 2011. Bruce is currently semi-retired and lives in Melbourne.
Bruce has been involved in rallying for over 40 years. Although a senior administrator with CAMS (Motorsport Australia) for 35 years, he is probably best known for exploits as a motor sport photographer in the 1970s. He was awarded Life Membership of CAMS (Motorsport Australia) in 2011. Bruce is currently semi-retired and lives in Melbourne.