Good Friday Burnout King will go down as one of the most epic burnout events yet at Perth Motorplex as almost 90 drivers tore up the Snake Pit in an action-packed night.
With a rain front coming from the north, the race was on to complete everybody’s skids in time and with thanks to the efforts of both the awesome track team and drivers who were able to rush forward, everything was wrapped up just in time as the rain began to fall during presentations.
Andrew Lynch was the man everybody was there to see and he did not disappoint the crowd or the judges, taking out the $10,000 prize with masterful driving on the pad.
Jason Rapoff in PARALINES set social media alight at Motorvation and he again had the crowd on their feet when he emerged from his blown Commodore with his wheelchair. Rapoff uses hand controls but it was clearly no impediment as he scored a runner up along with $2,000 in prizemoney.
For NA Open it was Jason Fletcher in RUCKUS who took out the $2,000 prize, the Nissan Patrol delivering a very popular show as Fletcher swung the big beast around the pad.
The biggest hit of the night went to Tristan King in SHREDDER as he came out of the smoke and found himself on a direct path to the wall for a hard hit.
For full results from Good Friday Burnout King click here.
While Good Friday Burnout King normally marks the end of the Motorplex burnout season, a new event will take place on May 14 as Burnout Boss launches for the first time. Stay tuned to motorplex.com.au for details.