Popularity is up at rubber burning fest
Anthony Page is the Paul Kulker Memorial Burnout Champion for the 2018 Narrogin Revheads, after a successful weekend at Thomas Hogg Oval.
Organisers have celebrated the event, which had an increase of numbers through the gate as 1150 attendees watched on during the rubber burning festival.
“We had a great successful weekend, our gate numbers were up, it was great to see all the hard work resulting in positive feedback from people entering the events and spectators,” organiser Paul Schutz said. “It’s good to see people come across from all over WA to the show. It was hassle-free, which was great. All our local services support us as well, which was great.”
Mr Schutz said around 100 volunteers helped.
“It’s a community-run event to help fundraise for community clubs that are involved,” he said.
Mick Hamon’s Wide Open.
Attendance was up by 200 this year.
Anthony Page took out 1st place in the Blown division.
40 cars took part in the parade.
Mitchell Farmer in Farm Find — 1st Place in V8 burnouts.