THe was the first sold-out Saturday in Summer Nets history to entertain massive crowds at the site throughout the day.
More than ever, 100 people can have 100 completely different experiences at an event.
In Maguire’s Pavilion, top achievers in Street, Tough Street and Elite Judging were recognized.
Matt McIntosh’s HQ Statesman racked up a large trophy hall, including a Top 10 finish and an all-time Top Judged Elite.
Craig McKenzie’s fresh take on the HR ute made famous by Dutch Jones went down a treat, straight into the top ten and second in bodywork.
Caroline Hayes’ Torana finishes in the top 20, not bad for a car destined for Drag Challenge punishment!
Peter Lewis’ Howard Astle-built BOSS XC was a popular winner of the popular People’s Choice gong.
Other highlights include Peter Fitzpatrick joining the Master Craftsman Club, and Frank Russo taking out PROVC1 Tough Street.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the venue, Burnout Masters qualifying was red hot.
Burnout Masters 2023 Finalists
- Steve Loader UCSMOKE
- Juno Kelly 3 five
- Billy Seton Ontic
- Jack Mays S1CKO
- Dwane Pellentine PEPPERITT
- Robert Cottrell 4DH8RS
- Chris Orchard The Game
- Chris Orchard The O.G
- TIME BROWN CEMBLO
- Rick Fuller FULONX
Day two of dyno action at Haltec Horsepower Heroes was headlined by Cody Hunt’s VE Clubsport R8 Wagon, which went straight to the top of the overall leaderboard with a 1611rwhp run from the twin-turbo LS combo.
With that it is shaping up to be an LS vs Bara shootout for the overall title tomorrow. Cody’s VE threw down Andrew Copey’s FG F6 ute, which pumped out 1422rwhp on Friday.
The event will conclude tomorrow with the Vibrant Supreme Show and Shine, Horsepower Heroes Finals, Grand Champion Driving Events and Burnout Finals. Don’t miss it!