Reigning Australian Unlimited Superboat champion Phonsy Mullan might have claimed his fourth consecutive round victory for the season at Cabarita, but he was forced to put in the drive of his life to take the win, after an all-out attack during the ‘Top 6’ from New Zealander Rob Coley and former Australian Champion Greg Mercier. In another drama-filled round, Mullan only just made it into the final three after an epic drive by both Coley and Mercier laid the foundations for a memorable final.
Coley - aided by former New Zealand championship winning navigator Kellie Minnell - looked set to endure another difficult round at the Tweed Coast venue after failing to perfect navigation throughout the bulk of qualifying, but the 705ci-Chev powered ‘Poison Ivy’ came alive in the ‘Top 6’ final to set the fastest time of the weekend, sadly though he couldn’t duplicate it in the final, settling for second.
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