Carolyn Rosser's Holden VX Commodore

Carolyn Rosser took the family VX Commodore to compete at Drag Challenge 2018

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This article on Carolyn's Commodore was first published in the January 2019 issue of Street Machine

THIS was Carolyn Rosser’s third Street Machine Drag Challenge, but the first behind the wheel of the family’s LS-powered VX Commodore, which saw hubby Mick and their two boys relegated to crew.

Holden VX Commodore“I almost chickened out!” Carolyn admitted. “But the Commodore didn’t miss a beat on the track or street – the heater and a/c worked a treat on the road and we used cruise control most of the trip, too!

Holden VX Commodore“My aim was to not make a fool of myself, to finish and enjoy our week away as a family – oh, and to manage a decent burnout! I hoped to place in the top half of the DYO field, so I was really pleased with 21st [out of 69 K&N DYO finishers].”

Holden VX CommodoreLook out for the Rosser family at DC19 – they’ll have to flip a coin to see who’s racing.

 

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