Scotty's debrief from day four of Street Machine Drag Challenge at Heathcote Park Raceway

Holden HQ Monaro Drag Challenge Brendan Cherry

THE tables turned on day four of Street Machine Drag Challenge as we hit Heathcote Park Raceway. Terry Seng’s Commodore struggled for traction, but local Quentin Feast was able to get the power down and take the lead from the VC. 

We also lost Robbie Adamo and his Ford Bronco on the way to Heathcote. The 427-cube Ford motor let Robbie down for the first time in eight years! On the bright side, he has a new Procharged motor ready to roll. 

Check out the video for Scotty’s full debrief from day four of Street Machine Drag Challenge at Heathcote Park Raceway. 

Thanks to all our sponsors for helping make Drag Challenge 2015 possible: HaltechCastlemaine Rod ShopMack 247 and Turbosmart.


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