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Talbot Cox on track for back to back Don River Dash titles
Saturday, 11 September 2021
Photographer: Terry Hill, TH Photography

What an absolute cracker day of racing at the Pat McDonnell Earthmoving Don River Dash 300 today.

Weather conditions were perfect; track conditions were as good as it gets; competitor numbers were spot on given the current border restrictions; spectators were out in droves at the designated spectator area; the Don River Dash didn’t disappoint.

Fast becoming the bucket list event, 107 teams entered the event with 81 lining up this morning in the inner area dummy grid on the Bowen Speedway.

After the ceremony start and transiting the bitumen, the car dropped into the Don River and headed up stream for 25km to the turn around point to head back on the other side of the river for another 25km. Rinse and repeat two more times for a 3 lap race with 150km total race distance.

2020 Don River Dash winner Talbot Cox and Craig King showed why they took home the King of the River title last year, blitzing the field to finish Saturday’s racing in a total time of 1h13m12s – 7m21s ahead of second placed #23 Craig Krog and Rhys Hutcheson. Their time of 1h20m34s narrowly edging out the #484 machine of Justin and James Montesalvo.

Racing resumes at 8:30am tomorrow morning with 3 laps of the Don River. Live results can be found on