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1October 20th, 2012 - Jay kicked off his 2012/2013 title defense in the best possible way by winning the opening night at the Perth Motorplex. With twenty-one entries on hand Cardy started tenth in the first heat race before finishing fourth. He started on the pole in the second race and finished second. His two finishes resulted in him having the third highest point's total, which locked him into the third starting spot for the main event. Early in the feature he ran second for a couple of laps before slipping back to the third position on a restart. However, after the restart he moved up the track and moved into the lead in a matter of laps. Once out fron Jay was never challenged as he claimed the win by a straight away for his first win of the year!

In the feature Jay turned the fastest lap of the night, which was almost six tenths quicker then any other car. It was a great night for the team in front of a packed Motorplex crowd.
 
The team now has an off weekend before heading back to the Motorplex for round 3 of the Pro Dirt Series and round 2 of the Motorplex Track Championship.  

October 13th, 2012 - Jay entered the first roundof the Pro Dirt Series on Saturday night. With 19 cars attending a twilight meeting at Ellenbrook, 50kms north of 1Perth, the rain delayed the start of proceedings for almost 4 hours but once the meeting got underway the rain stayed away.
 
Cardy started the first heat in 4th and finished 3rd, and in the second heat he started 3rd and was running 3rd when he made slight contact  with another car. Unfortunaly the race was stopped, and Jay was put to the rear, giving him a finish of 6th. Jay started 9th in the feature and finished 8th on a very narrow track that didn't allow much passing. It was a solid start to the season. The car was fast, and Cardy was happy with the outcome of the night. The team now heads to the Perth Motorplex for their opening night. Cardy will be looking to defend his Championship, gunning for his fourth title in 5 years.