The V 4&Rotary show season has drawn to a close, the points have been tallied and the season winners crowned. Those points were acquired across the three 4&Rotary events — the South Island Champs, North Island Jamboree, and the big one, the Nationals. This year the winners of both the Open and Tough Street classes have proven that old school rules here in New Zealand. The club championship was taken out by South Island–based Euronation NZ, the only club to to take out more than one award at an event — it dominated the SI Champs and took Best Club Theme/Display, and Overall Best Club.
The new show season will kick off again on November 18 in Timaru, and with this year’s winners not eligible to run, who will step up to take the crown?
CLUBS 300 Euronation NZ 200 WTF (Wellington Trucking Friends) 200 NZ Fijian Car Club
TOUGH STREET 1700 Carl Robertson — Ford Laser (JRCOZY) 850 Khrunal Mahendra — Mitsubishi Evo
(NZEVOX) 550 Daniel Geange — Toyota Altezza 500 Marcus Hall — Ford Escort 500 Owen Trowbridge — Subaru Legacy
(H8EVO) 350 Elliot Brown — Nissan 180SX 250 Tim Reinke — Toyota Starlet (1SIKKP) 250 Shoneel Ram — Mitsubishi Evo 250 Mitchell Hurren — Nissan Silvia 150 Akshay Fenn — Nissan Silvia (PR3D8R)
OPEN CLASS 1600 Kerry Martin — Datsun 1600 (SQWRT) 1200 Lorrie Smith — Mazda RX-4
800 Vick Bhatti — Nissan R35 GT-R (ILL35T)
700 Jarred Webber — Toyota Hilux 700
Russell Clarke — Subaru Impreza (D4EMON)
500 Bevan Aymes — Mazda RX-2 500 Jared Croft — Toyota Altezza 400 Daniel Jack — Fiat 125T 400 James Mangin — Nissan S15 400 Jesse Lopez — Mitsubishi Lancer EX