DREAM Motorsport’s Thomas Randle has taken three wins from three starts at the final round of the CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship.
The 19-year-old claimed his seventh win for the season, in front of his championship rival Jordan Lloyd who finished behind the TRAVISTY driver.
Randle was pleased with taking the hat trick for the weekend and is looking forward to bigger and better things to come.
Lloyd wrapped up the championship at Phillip Island, and cruised his way to second place in Race 3, and also for the round.
The Team BRM driver is happy the championship is over, and also being the first winner of the Australian Formula 4 Championship.
Cars Galore racer Will Brown finished third for the round and also in Race 3, giving him enough points to take out third position in the championship and also the Burson Auto Parts Rookie of the Year.
Brown is looking forward for what is to come in 2016.
Harry Hayek finished fourth for the round behind his rookie rival Brown, and also clinched fourth place in the inaugural championship.
Toolforce Racing’s Jimmy Vernon finished fifth for the round, ahead of Famous Insurance’s Nick Rowe, Frankie Maiolo, Caitlin Wood and Zane Goddard.
AGI Sport’s Nick Filipetto had a strong debut in the category, finishing tenth for the round.
Preston Hire’s Luis Leeds unfortunately did not finish any races this weekend, taking away his hopes of securing third in the championship.
Tom Grech had another weekend he would rather forget, with the IQ Option Racing driver sidelined for the final two races of the round due to heavy damage sustained in Race 1.
The team and everyone at CAMS Jayco Australian Formula 4 Championship would like to thank everyone involved in making the series what it is, and we look forward to coming back in 2016.