2016 NSW Off Road Presentation by Toby Cooper Derek Rose claims NSW Title #4 A crowd of over 100 dedicated Off Roads gathered at the Raymond Terrace Bowling Club on Saturday 11th February for the 2016 CAMS NSW Off Road Championship Presentation Night. All the major racing series were presented on the night including the NSW Tri-Series Challenge, Off Road Warehouse SCOR Maters, NSW Premier Long Course Series and of course the NSW Off Road Championship. The big winner on the night was Derek Rose #179, who claimed his 4th NSW Outright Championship, but the awards didn't stop there for Rose as he took home outright honours in the ORW SCOR Masters, 1st place in the NSW Prolite Championship along with class podiums in the SCOR Masters, East Coast Tri-Series and NSW Premier Long course Series. Derek now has the distinction of taking out the NSW Championship in the same car although competing in two different classes. Glenn Hoffmann #18 took home Pro-Buggy honours and 2nd Outright in the NSW Championship after falling just short of Rose at the final round at Nabiac. Mark Cowie #247 held off Warren Barron #258 in the closest of the championship class battles, claiming his first NSW Super 1650 victory. NSW Champion driver in the Sportsman class and 3rd Outright after a consistent 2016 was the ever improving Greg Barron #312 and Greg Campbell #651 campaigned his Can Am to a Superlite class title. Luke Kenyon #494 scored the Extreme 2WD championship. Drew Corcoran #777 secured another Production 4WD championship whilst Ian Cotton #805 was awarded with the Extreme 4WD silverware. Other notable awards presented on the night included Rookie of the Year to Richard Wilton #206, Bob Stansfield Sportsmanship Award to Luke Kenyon, Len Barron Master Apprentice trophy to David Nikiforoff #190 and special congratulations to the new inductees into the NSW Off Road Racing Hal of Fame Nick and Elaine Nikiforoff, very well deserved. NSW now turn their attention to the 2017 NSW Off Road Championship which has been reduced to 6 rounds after the withdrawal of the Griffith 400. Round 1 is at Colo Park on the 22/23rd of April.
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