Summernats 25 Top Ten Burnouts

Here's the list that everyone has been waiting for, the Summernats 25 Top Ten Burnouts. If you disagree, don't blame me, this is how the Sumemrnats judges saw it. Well done to those that finished in the top ten and better luck next year to those that didn't. The field is getting tough out there.

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11,000rpm Burnout at UBC2
UPDATE - Talked to Harry about this video the other day. He confirmed that the tacho recall read 11,200rpm and he also told me the engine didn't die, it sheered the rollpin in the distributor and put the timing way out. which is why it turned over but wouldn't fire properly. the engine did another 3 or 4 shows after this and even then it only needed bearing and valve springs. There's no mechanical sympathy here. Listen to this thing scream when Harry Haig gets into it during the second annual Ultimate Burnout Challenge held at Avalon Speedway. The engine sounds more like something you'd hear in a pro-stock car than on the burnout track. It's no surprise that the engine can't handle that kind of sustained rpms but it's still amazing to watch and listen to.





Summernats 25 - Day Two
The first real day at Summernats 25 and while it's mostly a set up day there was plenty of action in and around. The entry list is looking full with at least 1380 pre-entries and today was much busier than this time last year. enjoy the video guys, I'm going to bed.





BLWNLUX - World's Toughest Hilux
Forget the Top Gear Hilux. This has to be the toughest Toyota Hilux in the world. Brett Battersby has jacked up this '87 Hilux and filled the engine bay with 540 cubes of blown and injected big block Chev. Check out those flames!





The World's Most Colourful Burnout!
Peter Kitrozoski's burnout looked exactly like the colour of my Vodka Slushie at Summernats 25. Just watching it makes me thirsty for more. Peter also does a fair job of twirling the XE Falcon around the pad and with a big power Clevo V8 under the hood he's got plenty of horsers at his disposal.




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