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JASON WEBB: THE ROAD TO GATEBIL INTERVIEW

Jul 042016

You the 2x SA champ - Is this the 1st time you have driven on the international stage?

 

J: This won’t be the first time driving overseas, I was over in 2014 and drove Liam Doren’s 200SX, kind of just went and had a bit of fun with the boys. So officially this will be my first time competing over there.

You drive a pretty custom set up in SA, what's it going to be like getting into the seat of someone's car?

 

J: It’s always different you know, even though it’s the same type of car, the whole car itself is always different. Baggsy’s setup is quite different to mine but we’ll do our own custom setups on that car. Obviously the most important thing is getting the seating position right and getting use to driving with the sequential gearbox and I don’t know what sort of power we looking at under the hood, or what type of engine we looking at, so I'm still pretty keen to see his set up and see what I can do with it.

2016 is the 1st year Gatebil is a competition format - what will it mean to you to qualify in the main event ?

 

J: It would mean the world to me to qualify for the main event! That would be the biggest achievement in my career, plus I've always wanted to drive at Gatebil!

Who are some of the guys you looking forward to go door to door with on track?

 

J: I definitely look forward to driving with Vaughn Gittin Jnr., Fredric Aasbo. Aasbo is a mean machine on the track, Baggsy, I’ve never actually driven with him so that will be great. I don’t know if Luke Woodham is going to be there, it'd be cool to drive with Woodham too.

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