5-September, 2016 - Four weeks ago one of the biggest fields in recent years descended upon the Cabarita Beach circuit for round four of the 2016 Australian V8 Superboat Championships, and whilst that event forced a number of premature retirements for which round five paid a hefty price, the competition was no less fierce this time around..
Ultimately, despite a brand-new and untried powerplant, three-time Australian Unlimited champion Phonsy Mullan proved all but unstoppable, although Tremayne Jukes did everything he could despite limited experience in his new boat to force the issue all the way down to the final run of the day. In the end it was Mullan who had to dig deeper than perhaps any time in the last few seasons to claim the win, with round four winner Daryl Hutton completing the podium.
Mullan returns to the top step after epic Cabarita battle
V8 Superboat action returns to Cabarita Beach
Hutton and Thornton take top honours at Cabarita
Phonsy Mullan continues to storm towards his fourth consecutive crown
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