THE Ultimate Burnout Challenge at Avalon Raceway is true to its name.
Not only is it a massive challenge to win – thanks to the epic field of racers who turn up each year – but it is proving to be an even bigger challenge to run for the organisers, with rain playing havoc with the show once again.
They pulled it off however, going through the complete field, skipping the finals and declaring the winners based on the points accrued during the heats. This year’s winner was Steve Nogas in the KILLA-B Camaro.
We’ll have the video of Steve skid up tomorrow morning, but for now, check out Angry Dave’s wild performance. When we asked our video guy Scotty to describe the skid, he said it was “Really, really good.” Enough said!
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