The final of the 10th New Zealand Jet Sprint Championship at Featherstone produced some of the most memorable moments we have seen in the sport. It was the closest battle yet with four points separating the four top drivers, three of which were previous world champions.
Setting a blistering time of 40:94, which was not only the fastest qualifying time of the night, but also the only time under 41 seconds, ENZED SPRINTEC’s Peter Caughey was confident going into the second last round of the season at the Shelter View Jet Sprint Park. Little did anyone know this would be the highlight of the team’s evening.
The New Zealand Jet Sprint Championship heads to Shelter View at Wanganui on Saturday the 9th of April for the second last round of the 2016 season.
The ENZED sponsored Dewtec Motorsport team has been flat out competing in six demanding events. From the Team Champs in early February to the OST Windy City Showdown in March and everything in between, Shane Dewar has been flying the ENZED flag and achieving some amazing results at the same time.
Peter Caughey took a hard-earned win at the Hastings round of the Suzuki SuperBoat championships, to haul in current points leader Glen Head.