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A Jamboree well worth the wait; what else needs to be said!!

Saturday's Sydney Jamboree event was a day of highs & lows for the Pac Performance crew, with 13 cars racing in most classes across the course of the day along with a stunning pair of streeters on display in the Show N Shine we had our hands full but honestly, we wouldn't have it any other way!

On track, the action came thick and fast with a number of PBs achieved & several highlights for the Pac team.

We saw Rodney re-set the Aus 13B record with a @194 run with the chutes out early!

Andrew Zada ran the 1st 200mph radial rotary pass in PAC275 with a @201.

Fellow J275 racer Kevin Awad also came away from the event with a new @187 PB in his 20B RX8 despite fighting traction issues for much of the day.

After 12 months of fighting various gremlins, we saw the Queen Street Group's 20B BMW put down an impressive @204mph.

PAC747 & PSYC07 run identical @157 PB passes one after the other before Moeyy & Peter drove them home from the event in true street car style.

Jay Sadek continued to impress & put on a show for the crowd with a string of & passes.

Lee Docherty ran his first full track pass in the MX5 since switching to an automatic trans - a solid @168 that really sets the scene for what's to come from this car moving forward.

Damien McKern brought his angry RX2 out with its fresh Billet By Pac 20B heart and ran a string of easy 8s, with a best of @166 for the day.

Emmanuel and his iconic GADGET RX3 were on a mission all day running several wheels-up 7-second passes & took out 2nd place in Modified

Representing Pac performance in the Show n Shine, Abbas & Ali collected a billet 'J' trophy each, with 'RX2KNG' scoring 'Best Rotary Engine Bay' & 'WORM' scoring '2nd Place Overall'.

Unfortunately, it wasn't all good luck for our team on the Moving into the pointy end of the event we saw Mario have a devastating accident in the top end of the track, the car getting out of shape past time board & rolling several times before hitting the wall, narrowly missing the car in the opposite lane.

Thankfully the cars roll cage & all the safety gear did its job and Mario was able to walk away from the wreckage & join us back in the pits later that night after getting the all-clear from the on-site paramedics. That's racing though and we all know the risks involved when we push these cars to the absolute limit. We're very thankful for the quick action of the Sydney Dragway safety crew who jumped to action in a flash & got Mario out of the car safely.

We want to send out a huge thank you to everyone who came out to supports our team & racers on the day and stop by the merch stand, our sponsors who help us keep taking these cars to the next level & also thank you to Colin, Kelly and the whole Jamboree team for all their hard work and dedication to bring us these events!
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