Our friends over at NeoBuggy reports… Jared Tebo claimed his 2nd World Championship title, a whole six years after his first in 4WD at the Worlds in Japan. Top qualifier Tebo endured pressure from several drivers but stylishly only needed A1 & A2 to do the job, you couldn’t write the script of Worlds Wednesday, the last 24 hours have been action-packed to say the least.
Rewinding to Tuesday night, heavy rains flood the track, the track crew start work at 1-2AM clearing standing water and as racers slowly dropped in, everyone of them raising eyebrows as to the A Main Hobbies teams’ ability to get the track raceable. We get underway at 15:30 local time with a round of practice, a chance for drivers to have a 4 minute session on a track radically different to that of qualifying – now much higher bite and a different animal, grip rolling and winds one of the major factors to contend with. Continue reading here.