Cameron Waters, driver of the Team ENZED PRA Falcon has dominated the field in the latest round of the Dunlop V8 Supercars Development Series.
After emphatically winning all three races of the last round in Perth two weeks ago, Waters took his supremacy to another level at the rural Victorian venue of Winton by topping every practice session, qualifying in pole position and leading every lap of every race to record his third Dunlop Series career round win.
Leading the Championship by 110 points Waters now heads to the next round at Townsville in July in a commanding position and heads to the North QLD circuit with an imposing array of stats behind him.
- Has now won six DVS races in a row, and eight of the last nine dating back to Homebush, 2014
- First driver to win six DVS races in a row since Paul Dumbrell in 2002
- First driver to ‘clean sweep’ two consecutive rounds since Jonathon Webb in 2009
- Has led 140 of 164 racing laps (85%) this season, including the last 120 in succession. No other driver has led more than 14 laps.
- Has finished 1st or 2nd in the last 11 DVS races stretching back to Bathurst, 2014
The ENZED Ford driver led home former series champions Andrew Jones and Dumbrell in all three races, and aside from the run to Turn 1 in the final two races, was seldom challenged at the front and won the final race of the weekend by almost 10 seconds.
“I’m lost for words really. Any time you win a race in this series is a great achievement, but to win all three for the second round in a row and also lead every session and every lap of each race is just amazing.
“I can’t thank Team ENZED PRA enough. They just keep giving me an incredible car that is so quick and consistent, which gives me the confidence I need to do the job. In Race 2 we only used two new tyres whereas the guys behind us used four, but we still had the pace and ability to control the race we wanted and it was the same in Perth. We’ve got a good break now to sit back and enjoy what we’ve achieved, but at the same time I can’t wait for Townsville to try and keep this run going”