2013 Winner: D-Max Decider Day
Nick Williams a 29-year-old from Napier put his hunting and physics skills to test when he drove away in a brand new D-Max! Accuracy was the key for Nick, out-scoring everyone in the axe throwing challenge!
Nick found the BOP license. “I spied a large rock with some rubble in front of it; I moved the rubble to find a small cave with a black canister in the back if it. A quick yahoo and some fist pumping went down. I opened the canister to find toys, marbles and stickers but no licence, excitement turned to sickening disappointment, it was a geo cache canister. I went out again with my heavily pregnant wife; she sat down on a rock to rest when I saw the orange bead sticking out of the ground. I knew had the license!”
“Decider time, my best mate told me “second is not an option”. On arrival to the event all the competitors soon realised how serious this competition was with line ups of D-MAX Utes kitted out in different ways.”
For Nick, hearing my name read out as the winner was really something, words could not describe. "I was so excited I could hardly talk."
“I opted to drive my brand new top of the line D-MAX home. It was all a bit surreal driving down the drive in my dream Ute, I didn't even know the way home but was not in the least bit worried, I just kept driving and boy did the truck drive well.”
“What a weekend, first child and I won a D-MAX.”
Click here to see Nick win the D-Max.