World Records rein at Jamboree

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Jamboree was last weekend and Australia is really stamping its dominance in the Sport Compact world with multiple World Records decimated at the event.

Joe Signorelli first took the mark for the quickest Sport Compact car in the world with a 6.309 at 227MPH in the second round of racing before backing it up with a astounding 6.26/230MPH run from the 2JZ Celica out of GAS Motorsport.

Scott Porter won the event and claimed the worlds quickest Nissan V6 combo with a 6.46/222MPH in the Infiniti, the car that was nearly totaled at this years Nitro Champs and is still in early development stages.

Mark Jacobsen with his Nissan GTR claimed the Nissan RB powered and GTR world marks with a 6.63/211MPH.

Michael Baghdadi’s Nissan S15 became the quickest SR20 in the world with a 6.91/197MPH and the quickest 4 cylinder in Australia.

Other impressive performances included PAC Performance running a 6.57/211 PB as they look to reclaim the rotary world record in their new Mazda6.

The Mazfix Mazda6 returned to the track after a rebuild from its tumble in licensing and impressed with a 7.11/192 first full pass on low boost

Ben Bray debuted the ex Ian Brown Pro Stocker to a 7.10 with the SR20 4cyl power plant.

Winners were:
Factory Xtreme – Scott Porter def Mark Jacobsen
Pro Turbo – Gina Bullians def Mick Farrell
Pro Compact – Ben Bray def Steve Dimech
Modified 10.5 – George Haramis def Brett Benz
Extreme – Ben Diggles def Megan Anderson
Modified Compact – Daniel Ruggier def Kym Von Holdt
Pro 289 – Ben Hunt def Po Tung
Street 289 – Tim Graham def Tim Dangerfield
All Motor – Glenn Alcorn def Elwin Cilas
Street Compact – Steven Johnson def Russell Stricklen
Sports Bike – Sam Taylor def Phil White

Stay tuned for full report and wild photos like Phil Penny’s 2JZ powered Honda!

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