DEXTER Dunn was the big mover in the World Driving Championships standings after a big night at Wagga last night
The New Zealand reinsman was second last coming into Wagga's seven heats, but three wins in the first three heats rocketed him up the leaderboard.
With three more placings later in the night Dunn has made a magical move to lead the series heading into tonight’s heats at Bathurst.
He now sits 15 points behind the leader, American reinsman Tim Tetrick.
Tetrick has scored three wins in the series, two last night at Wagga to go with his win in the first heat at Menangle on Saturday.
Australia’s representative Chris Alford led the field coming into the night, but didn’t enjoy the same level of success.
His best result was a third on Ruato Bay leaving him in fifth place.
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