BRASHERNATS quickly established itself as one of Australia’s premier burnout events from its very first meeting back in 2013 at Sydney Dragway. The event is an action-packed one-day show and attracts tyre-shredders from far and wide, and this year’s outing was no different.
Rick Fuller added to his bulging trophy cabinet by taking out first overall at Brashernats 2019 in his LSONE VK. Tim Brown in CEMBLO nabbed second spot and Kane Cook finished third in DEATHWISH. As Tim Brown had already earned his ticket to the Burnout Masters at Street Machine Summernats 33, Rick and Kane were the happy campers to receive the golden tickets.
The next Masters qualifying event will be Tropical Meltdown 6 in Cairns, 26-27 July. There will be three more Burnout Masters tickets on offer and $15,000 prize money. For more info, visit cairnsburnouts.com.
BRASHERNATS 2019 RESULTS
1. TUFF4L – Guy Clare
2. TUFF4L – Gerry Clare
Wal Gersekowski – 1TUFHG
Clayton Barbara – ALLBOOST
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