Wind your minds back to August 2006, back to Jakarta, Indonesia – Mark Pavidis TQ’d but a terrible start in the final saw Yannick Aigoin open up a serious lead only to suffer horrible bad luck, Pavidis would march his way through the pack and secure his long-awaited 1/8 Buggy title after a cat and mouse race at the end with former Pro-Line colleague Scott Hughes, after crossing the line first Mark’s elation saw him drop the radio off the stand to pitmen Keevin Sharp and Mike Cradock.

World Champion’s Cars: 2012 – Robet Batlle’s MBX7, 2010 – Cody King’s MP9 TKI2, 2008 – Atsushi Hara’s D8

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