The Ultimate Chase Truck
Michael bought his F-Truck back in the early 2000's with the vision of one day turning into a beast.
Deep into the Off -Road racing scene for most of his life, having been a driver, navigator and pit crew chief for many years, the time had come for Mick to turn his attention to Finke 2021.
As a member of the Race Wheels family the team were headed back to the Red Centre for the 2021 Finke Desert Race, but this time... the F-Truck was taking it to the next level.
The truck needed to be multi role capable.
First - it will act as transport from Brisbane to Alice with a Chameleon trailer in tow loaded with enough camping equipment for 20 people
Second - It will be a mobile media centre for the broadcast of real time content for Method Race Wheels in the states
Third - It will be the mobile workshop for the teams Pro Buggy, Tools, fuel, spare parts.. everything the team might need to ensure the run from Finke back to Alice is made possible
The list is long...
Full Fox suspension kit with lift and capability of safely carrying this heavy mother around!
ModPro Diff protection
Gen-Y Hitch (for towing anything you throw at it)
Full auxiliary power set up with state of the art battery management system (this thing is a city on wheels), we needed a system capable of powering work lights, an upright fridge, onboard air compressor, driving lights, hot water system, Wet Sound Systems sound-bar (because we like to party).. not to mention the 240v integration with a satellite and internet modem. Just to name a few.
Method Race Wheels 305 NV wrapped in TOYO RT 35s
Also equipped with a 23ZERO fit-out complete with Roof Top Tent, 270° Awning, Ensuite Tent
All housed among a Custom built side style canopy which is also carrying enough Kincrome tools to rebuild a race car, fuel reserves not only for the truck but also race fuel and water
Well the results speak for themselves, this truck is an absolute beast. Custom built to suit the specific needs of this client, everything has a job to do and everything is in its place.
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