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Nath reigns supreme

Arin Kumar
Wednesday, May 28, 2014

RAVIN Nath once again reigned supreme as he claimed first place during the Fiji Car Club quarter mile drag race at the Taunovo Airstrip on Sunday.

He drove in a time of 10.21s to claim victory ahead of traditional rival Tauz Khan who finished second with a time of 10.91s.

Third was Lawrence Ah Sam with a time of 11.11s.

Club executive Sandeep Prakash said they had an average turnout but managed to host a successful event.

"We had around 22 vehicles running yesterday (Sunday) and I think drivers lost interest after we had to postpone this race because of bad weather," he said.

"But despite all the hiccups, we managed to have a successful race and Ravin Nath once again proved to have the winning edge.

"We also had two diesel vehicles running on the day, the most impressive performance of the day was from Vicky Nath."

Prakash said they were planning to have their next event late in June.








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