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Team Chapman Perrett Celebrate at CAMS National Awards
Sunday, 19 February 2017
The Chapman and Perrett Off Road teams celebrated the 2016 CAMS Australian Off Road Championship last night at the CAMS National Awards Dinner.

The two family teams, which were united by the marriage of team drivers Amy Perrett and Clayton Chapman, had a very successful 2016 season, resulting in two CAMS Australian Off Road Championship class titles.

Amy Chapman and Lincoln Staude drove the wheels off the Nissan Patrol #702 to write Amy’s name in the record books as the second ever female off road champion; New South Wales based Jan Hedley being the first almost 30 years ago in her then Class 5 machine.

In just her second year campaigning the CAMS Australian Off Road Championship, Amy has gone one better than her second in Production 4WD class for the 2015 championship, to take home what, we predict, will be the first of many crowns.

She is no stranger to motorsport, spending her formative years at the family property, Landcruiser 4WD Park in Queensland, honing her driving skills competing at numerous rally sprints and off road events.

Amy said "it was a beautiful evening. I am very proud of our achievement and grateful for the opportunity I have been given".

Amy’s results from the three AORC events speak for themselves, topping the Production 4WD timesheets in all three events.

Stuart Chapman and Ross Challacombe, driving the Chapman Off Road teams Mitsubishi Triton, took out the Performance 2WD class crown after three tough, hard raced events. At just 16 years old, Stuart is also the youngest off road champion on record and with many years of racing ahead, this won’t be the last time we see him on the dais.

Stuart’s run to the Championship checkered flag had it’s up and downs. First in Performance 2WD class at Mildura was followed by a not so successful Finke campaign, getting to Finke but not returning for the Monday leg.

Fourth at the final round at Waikerie saw the young driver accumulate enough points to take out his first Performance 2WD class crown in his Australian Off Road Championship debut year.

"I’m super happy with the result from last year and receiving the awards at the gala dinner was great. Looking forward to this year" added Stuart.