Andy Jenkins #2


Broken Hill, New South Wales

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Andy is also another of the founding fathers of Salt Lakes Racing in Australia and the Dry Lakes Racers Australia. He was part of the group that set out to find a suitable location back in 1987 and was there to race at the first Speed Trials in 1990. He took his street registered '28 Ford Tudor and ran 57.28MPH in the G/GC.

Over the years Andy has become the father figure of the DLRA and has put in a tremendous amount of his own time and effort to make sure the Speed Trials are the success they always are. As camp co-ordinator (comindant) he has made this little piece of outback Ausralia that much more comfortable which is very much appreciated by all the crews.


Year Vehicle Class MPH Record
1990 28 Ford Tudor G/GC 57.28 Open
2009 Lakester K/GL DNF Open
2010 Lakester K/GL 85.0 Open
2011 Lakester K/GL Washed Out Open
2012 Lakester K/GL Washed Out Open
2013 Lakester K/GL 25.0 Open
2014 Lakester K/GL 99.9 Open
2015 Lakester K/GL - Open
2016 Lakester J/GL 112.534, 0, 91.03, 92.964, 98.923, 113.578 Open
2017 Lakester J/GL 131 113.578
2018 Lakester J/GL   113.578

MPH shown in RED is highest speed recorded for that class up and including that year.
Records shown are the highest speed attained for that class from all previous years
or have never had a vehicle register a speed for that class and are considered Open.

Vehicle Specs

Vehicle Make   Lakester
Vehicle Model   Home made
Vehicle Class   Home made
Chassis   Home made
Engine   Honda
Gearbox   Honda
Diff   chain-drive




Career Highlights

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Team Members   Dion Jenkins, Jamie Ellem
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Best thing about Dry Lakes Racing   Only once a year
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