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GARRETT TURBOCHARGERS CONTINGENCY WINNER
Turbocharged $3000 contingency boost for the Christine Thomson after taking out the win at Brisbane Jambo.
Christine competed in the Haltech Street Compact class along with 44 other competitors and took the win. Christine's Ford XR6 ute runs a Garrett turbo from factory which put her into the running for the Garrett Turbo Contingency prize.
"How exited was I to win my class at Jamboree and on top of that to win the Garrett Turbo Contingency Prize! I'm looking forward to racing next year with faster mile per hour. May have to get a parachute lol. Big thank you to Rob Stafford at Garrett by Honeywell. I am one happy racer!!" said Christine after the event.
Christine was the best on the tree in the final from the winners of Street Compact, Street 289, Modified Compact, Modified 10.5 & J275 racing categories that met the Contingency Prize requirements.
For her stellar performance Christine was presented with a turbocharger of her choice as well as Garrett merchandise for her family and crew to the value of $3000. Christine eagerly chose a Garrett GTX3582R turbocharger along with accessories to add to her XR6. Congratulations Christine!
Garrett Turbochargers is proud to support the Just Car Insurance Jamboree Series for 2016 by offering a contingency prize at each of the three events, Sydney, Brisbane and Melbourne.
Honeywell Turbo Technologies/Garrett - Jamboree 2016 “Reaction Time” contingency prizes will also be on offer at both Brisbane and Melbourne Jamboree 2016.
The Contingency prize winner will be the winner of one of the following race categories; Street Compact, Street 289, Modified Compact, Modified 10.5 & J275 that has the fastest reaction time recorded during racing (eliminations). The winner must present their timecard to verify the time recorded. The winner must be running a Garrett Turbocharger at the event (as verified by a Garrett representative at the conclusion of the event), together with an unaltered Garrett decal (available from Jamboree Officials on race day) clearly displayed on each side of the race vehicle in order for the prize to be claimed. In the event of their being two or more category winners whose best recorded reaction times in racing are identical, the entrant who recorded that reaction time first will be declared the winner. The contingency prize can only be won once in a calendar year by an individual racer.