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By Simon Telford, 21 Dec 2016 Summernats


We count down the previous Street Machine Summernats Burnout Masters

THE Burnout Masters competition kicked off in 2004, at Street Machine Summernats 17. In those early years, competitors who finished first, second or third in the past ten Summernats burnout competitions were eligible to enter and then were set to remain as masters contenders for ever more. The rules were later revamped and these days - to even be in the running - you either need to have finished in the top five of the previous masters, finish in the top three of the regular comp – or get yourself in through one of the rigorous qualifying events during the year.

No-one, but no-one gets in by resting on their laurels. There are some pretty famous competitors on the list of Burnout Masters winners, but what is surprising is the number of big names who have won plenty of comps over the years, but never taken out the big one. Steve Loader, Fred Watson, Lynchy and many more are all sitting on the outside, hungry for a Masters win. Who will join the list in 2020? We’ll find out at Street Machine Summernats 33, 2-5 January.

Summernats Burnout Masters

17 Gary Myers

18 Matt Abood

19 Peter Gray

20 Peter Gray

21 Greg Young

22 Peter Gray

23 Clint Ogilvie

24 Gary Myers

25 Don Elphick

26 Peter Grmusa

27 Mick Brasher

28 Brett Battersby

29 Andrew Pool 

30 Steve Nogas

31 Matt James 

32 Jake Myers