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Jim Koehler Announced
Jim Koehler has been announced as the next USA driver that will be attending the South Pacific World Finals III.
Jim will again take the wheel of the Aussie version of his truck Avenger.
SOUTH PACIFIC WORLD FINALS III.
Australia never one to try to follow everything USA is going one step further or THREE as it appears this time around by announcing that the SOUTH PACIFIC WORLD FINALS 3 will no longer be held over one round but now over THREE FANTASTIC ROUNDS at THREE brilliant capital city Stadiums over three consecutive weekends.
Drivers will accumulate points over the three rounds plus the status of winning a individual round just like the formula one grand prix giving fans in three parts of our huge great country the opportunity to witness this great spectacle and some of the world great drivers.
DATES ARE BRISBANE NOV 13 - Venue to be confirmed
SYDNEY NOV 20 - Parramatta Stadium
MELBOURNE NOV27 - Calder Park
All new venues as well With exception of Melbourne that will return to Monster truck friendly Calder Raceway.
Sydney looks like being the fantastic 22000 seat Parramatta football stadium and Brisbane the 45000 Athletic stadium.
All will be Televised events.
Ten trucks will again line up for racing and freestyle and rest assured the big names this year will surprise every Monster truck fan.
Kreg Christensen will again be a certain starter for the USA as will Clive Featherby and Jaye Featherby.
Gone will be the hugely improved Billy Featherby who beat everyone in time trials at this years world finals to record the fastest time in qualifying, as he has enlisted in the Army.
Gone will be Peter Duffy in the hired in Devils Dodge this will be replaced by yet another Featherby truck to be built this year.
So who will be the last seven places only time will tell but with three rounds costing well over $1.5 Million to stage you can expect a very serious Grand Prix world finals series down under.
Its also a possibility that the Nov 6 date may be taken up by Adelaide Entertaiment centre for a staging of the Australian Indoor championships making it even more lucrative for the big names to head down under.
Keep watching for further updates and all the latest news.