LYNCHY went wild at Ultimate Burnout Challenge in Ballarat this weekend. The burnout pad at Ballarat Airport was pretty big, but Andrew Lynch was one of the only blokes brave enough to pull off some seriously high-speed spins up the pad entrance! On many occasions I thought Lynchy was going to slam into the wall and destroy his little Corolla but he somehow managed to keep the thing scratch-free despite doing three tip-ins up the pad entry.
In the end Lynchy came sixth and lost points for having to stop briefly to avoid hitting a wall in the final. But if there was a gong for biggest crowd pleaser, Lynchy would’ve won it hands down. Hit play on the video as we go on-board for a wild ride with Lynchy on his second qualifying run.
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