Aaron Seton claims pole position for Trans Am at Phillip Island
Aaron Seton has continued his strong Trans Am form, taking pole position for the opening race of Round 2 of the national muscle car series.
The son of Supercars Hall of Famer Glenn Seton dominated the entire day’s Trans Am running, setting the fastest time in Practice 1 and 2.
Owen Kelly was second fastest, with the pair set to continue their rivalry that soared at Baskerville for the Tasmania Ten Thousand, ultimately won by Seton.
Kyle Gurton did an outstanding job to qualify third, having run near the top of the time sheets all day.
Rounding out the top 10 was Tim Brook, Brett Holdsworth, Nathan Herne, Ben Grice, Nash Morris and Edan Thornburrow.
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