Boating NZ : FREE TO READ March 2014
caption set an extremely quick time on his first lap with a mid-54-second run. From there, he and Marshall only improved, nailing their opponents in the final with 53.23 sec time, clear ahead of Phonsy’s best lap of 54.57. Team ENZED was handed the win when current series leader Graham Hill, who had started the day four points ahead, lost control of his twin-turbo Nissan in a spectacular crash during the final. “The good news is he and nav Tracey Webster are alright,” says Caughey, “a bit bruised and beaten but cleared by the ambos. I rate him as a driver, he was initially a bit of a dark horse but we figured he could be quick, and he’s proved it. Given his speed and the number of rolls he did it’s a tribute to the track that he didn’t sustain more damage; he has a good team and I’d be surprised if he’s not back and ready to race at Hastings in a month’s time.” Round four of the competition will take place at Hastings on March 16. subscribe online at www.mags4gifts.co.nz/boating-nz 9 Boating _on watch_March14.indd 9 19/02/2014 2:17:25 p.m.
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