CBT Racing’s Christian Trusz and his co-driver Shane Harris, have claimed yet another outstanding win in ‘EXEDY’ – Trusz’ expertly modified Nissan Patrol, kitted out on 35” Maxxis MT-764 Bighorns.
This class win was in round one of the CAMS Australian Off Road Championship (AORC) in their rookie season at the St George 399.
Trusz, Harris and EXEDY dominated the weekend in the Extreme 4×4 class, leading the event from start to finish. The duo posted the fasted time in the Saturday morning prologue and in all three sections of the event.
Trusz finished the event over 20 minutes ahead of his closest rival.
“I am thrilled with the performance of the whole team over the weekend. It is a great start to CBT Racing’s rookie season in AORC. I could not have written the script any better” says Trusz.
“The St George 399 was a gruelling event. The performance of CBT Racing’s Patrol would not be possible without the 35” Maxxis Bighorn tyres. The grip levels provided by the tyres on the very loose and slippery off road track at St George was remarkable”
Trusz was also excited by the partnership with his new co-driver, Shane Harris. “It is the first time Shane and I have paired up. We work together really well. We have a few changes planned, so hopefully at our next event, we will be able to put on a better show and get a bit closer to the probuggies”.
CBT Racing proudly uses and recommends: 35” Maxxis MT-764 Bighorn tyres.
CBT Racing’s next event is Esk Emervale Short Course on 1st and 2nd July 2017. Keep up to date with CBT Racing on Facebook here.