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Micklefab Trucks Triumphant at Paringa
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Tuesday, 29 April 2014
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Two Micklefab Raptors on the start line, two Micklefab Raptors greet the checkered flag. A great result for Micklefab founder and Race Truck engineer Gavin Mickle, who had a grin that could only to be match by his two drivers Ivan Robertson and Mark Lacey.

2442b_sm Robertson, with Peter Lucraft undertaking the navigating duties, recorded the best result of the two Micklefab machines, driving the race of their careers at the recent ARB Paringa Desert 400 to finish first in the Extreme 2WD class and 8th outright.

Robertson was also awarded the Good Sportsman contingency award for stopping to assist fellow competitor and fellow class challenger Greg Gartner.

2442c_sm The father and son team of Mark and Oliver Lacey were elated come Sunday afternoon to not only have finished their first event in the new Micklefab Raptor TT, but to join Robertson in the finishes circle and give Gavin Mickle and the Micklefab stable a double finish at what has been pouted as one of the toughest off road tracks Australia has seen in some time.

Robertson and Lacey both agreed that it was an extremely difficult course; one that tested man and machine, but while difficult, was varied and great fun to drive. “I’d do it again tomorrow if I could” exclaimed Robertson. “The Micklefab Raptor was that much fun to drive. I hope Mark and Oliver had as much fun as Pete and I did”.

2442d_sm Gavin Mickle added “to have both the Trucks finish such a tough event really makes me proud of my work. Both Trucks turned up to Broken Hill in immaculate condition, the livery on the Lacey Truck was simple stunning, really eye catching and a credit to Mark and his ARB Coopers Plains team.”

Mark Lacey added “we went to Broken Hill hoping for a finish, but knowing that in the debut drive of any new vehicle there could always be teething dramas no matter how thorough your preparation. To finish, and to have Ivan finish as well, it’s just a great day for both our teams and Micklefab.”

2442e_sm The two Micklefab Raptor Trophy Trucks have now returned to their respective workshops for some well-earned TLC as they undergo their preparations for their next events.

Author: Julie Rogers - offroadracing.com.au Media Desk
Photographer: Van Nixon




 

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