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Runamuk Target Nabiac Double
Thursday, 17 October 2019
Source: Toby Cooper

Fresh from securing their biggest win to date at the Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400 in August, Runamuk Racing’s Bryce Chapman and navigator Mitchell Warren are set to unleash the team’s #58 Jimco Champion once again at this weekend’s 2019 Nabiac Airport Challenge.

Returning to the scene of their victory in 2017, Chapman and Warren will be eager to make it a perfect Nabiac double. With a high quality field of over 55 cars entered for the New South Wales Off Road Championship finale, and after the unfortunate cancellation of the teams favourite race the Warialda 200, Chapman will come out firing on all cylinders Saturday morning hoping to end season 2019 on the perfect note.

With the car performing faultlessly at their recent Goondiwindi 400 adventure, Chapman is riding high in confidence and is set to hit the Nabiac Aerodrome flying.

There is no hiding Runamuk will enter the weekend as one of the race favourites amongst a terrific line up of vehicles after their dominant 2017 performance; pressure Chapman thrives on. “We have nothing to lose really. We enjoyed our time there in 2017 and against very fast competitors it’s always a test. It’s just another weekend away for us, not in any championships so we are really looking forward to it – bring it on”, stated Chapman.

Runamuk would once again like to thank all their sponsors for their continued support including TPE, BC Bulk Haulage, Rabbit Electrical, GRC Motorsport, RaceTrans & Redimix Concrete.

Stay tuned for the aftermath of Runamuk’s Nabiac attack!