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Re: Central zone Club Truck Challenge

Post by Andrew Gee on Mon Jul 08, 2019 10:42 am

Action from round 5, 2019 series held in the Wairarapa

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Re: Central zone Club Truck Challenge

Post by Andrew Gee on Mon Jul 22, 2019 4:14 pm

New article on the Girls who compete in the CZ Club Truck Challenge. Get yourself the August 2019 issue of NZ4WD magazine.

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Precise vehicle placement lets Judith Hintz get the best performance from the standard class Suzuki.

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Did everyone go to the same shirt shop? Left to right, Hintzy, Judith, Bruce Tustin and Ross Gregory dressed in their club colours.

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Shona Stone from Mt Egmont club travels all over the country to go 4 wheeling.
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Re: Central zone Club Truck Challenge

Post by Andrew Gee on Tue Nov 12, 2019 9:12 am

Season 2019- 20 is under way.

Round 1 has kicked off with our traditional trip to the Taranaki, thanks Shona and Alan Stone who single handedly put on the event in November. Thanks to the Clements for hosting us in Opunake under the always scenic mountain. Thanks to the All Blacks for not getting into the final on the same day so not making a difficult decision to what to do that weekend.

Wellington Jeep Club dominated on the day but we saw the debut of the latest Suzuki Jimny in the capable hands of Nigel Adams. Very interesting to compare a modern vehicle to the rugged old machines that most of us run.

Top 8 Overall places

1. Dave McGinn
2. Bruce Tustin
3. Andrew Gee
4. Brendan Watchorn
5.Steve Stewart
6. Alan Stone
7. Shona Stone
8. Nigel Adams

Look for more analysis in the article in NZ4WD magazine.
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