Dixon Wins



  • top effort that man. 5 time winner of championship.

    he thanked all this family 'back home in England'..

    MATE you're a kiwi! ha. did have an NZ flag behind him at least.

    I'm not into motorsport by any stretch of the imagination - but defo something we should celebrate as kiwis.



  • @williethewaiter said in Dixon Wins:

    top effort that man. 5 time winner of championship.

    he thanked all this family 'back home in England'..

    MATE you're a kiwi! ha. did have an NZ flag behind him at least.

    I'm not into motorsport by any stretch of the imagination - but defo something we should celebrate as kiwis.

    Probably our most successful export sportsman?



  • @hooroo said in Dixon Wins:

    @williethewaiter said in Dixon Wins:

    top effort that man. 5 time winner of championship.

    he thanked all this family 'back home in England'..

    MATE you're a kiwi! ha. did have an NZ flag behind him at least.

    I'm not into motorsport by any stretch of the imagination - but defo something we should celebrate as kiwis.

    Probably our most successful export sportsman?

    Definitely one of our most underrated.



  • Good shit!! He did really well to get himself into the mix and needed a big result in that double points round. Well done that man!



  • @paekakboyz said in Dixon Wins:

    Good shit!! He did really well to get himself into the mix and needed a big result in that double points round. Well done that man!

    it did help when his main rival rammed into his team mate in the opening corner.... whoops...

    had to pit and was a lap behind. caught right up tho (thanks to a crash etc) so wasn't a done deal.



  • @williethewaiter luckily the other teams didn't manage to box him in or slow him down for the other contenders. I heard that was a real risk going into that last race. Did have a chuckle about that fender bender at the start 🙂



  • @williethewaiter said in Dixon Wins:

    top effort that man. 5 time winner of championship.

    he thanked all this family 'back home in England'..

    MATE you're a kiwi! ha. did have an NZ flag behind him at least.

    > I'm not into motorsport by any stretch of the imagination - but defo something we should celebrate as kiwis.

    So do the classic kiwi thing and get on the bandwagon while the going is good and forget about him when it's not?

    In other words 23 years of how it's been for the Warriors.



  • @hooroo said in Dixon Wins:

    @williethewaiter said in Dixon Wins:

    top effort that man. 5 time winner of championship.

    he thanked all this family 'back home in England'..

    MATE you're a kiwi! ha. did have an NZ flag behind him at least.

    I'm not into motorsport by any stretch of the imagination - but defo something we should celebrate as kiwis.

    Probably our most successful export sportsman?

    He probably has the highest profile , Jason Wynyard would probably be up there in terms of world titles . From his wiki page

    Along with this Jason Wynyard has earned a legendary status within the competitive woodchopping community by winning the Stihl Timbersports Series 14 times. The years in which hes won the title are: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.



  • @williethewaiter said in Dixon Wins:

    top effort that man. 5 time winner of championship.

    he thanked all this family 'back home in England'..

    MATE you're a kiwi! ha. did have an NZ flag behind him at least.

    I'm not into motorsport by any stretch of the imagination - but defo something we should celebrate as kiwis.

    His wife is a pom isn't she? Must have meant the wife and kids back in the UK



  • @canefan They were at the race with him, and on stage.

    Maybe his parents have moved too.



  • @mn5 said in Dixon Wins:

    @williethewaiter said in Dixon Wins:

    top effort that man. 5 time winner of championship.

    he thanked all this family 'back home in England'..

    MATE you're a kiwi! ha. did have an NZ flag behind him at least.

    > I'm not into motorsport by any stretch of the imagination - but defo something we should celebrate as kiwis.

    So do the classic kiwi thing and get on the bandwagon while the going is good and forget about him when it's not?

    In other words 23 years of how it's been for the Warriors.

    Sign me up! I really didn't think we'd ever have a Kiwi F1 champion again!

    Well done Scott Nixon!!! WAHOOOOOOOOOO



  • @jegga said in Dixon Wins:

    @hooroo said in Dixon Wins:

    @williethewaiter said in Dixon Wins:

    top effort that man. 5 time winner of championship.

    he thanked all this family 'back home in England'..

    MATE you're a kiwi! ha. did have an NZ flag behind him at least.

    I'm not into motorsport by any stretch of the imagination - but defo something we should celebrate as kiwis.

    Probably our most successful export sportsman?

    He probably has the highest profile , Jason Wynyard would probably be up there in terms of world titles . From his wiki page

    Along with this Jason Wynyard has earned a legendary status within the competitive woodchopping community by winning the Stihl Timbersports Series 14 times. The years in which hes won the title are: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

    Imagine the calluses.



  • Good effort from Dixon but (showing my age) to me he will always be the fat 14 year old kid who got rolled in his Nissan Sentra at Pukekohe



  • @darren-nicholson said in Dixon Wins:

    @jegga said in Dixon Wins:

    @hooroo said in Dixon Wins:

    @williethewaiter said in Dixon Wins:

    top effort that man. 5 time winner of championship.

    he thanked all this family 'back home in England'..

    MATE you're a kiwi! ha. did have an NZ flag behind him at least.

    I'm not into motorsport by any stretch of the imagination - but defo something we should celebrate as kiwis.

    Probably our most successful export sportsman?

    He probably has the highest profile , Jason Wynyard would probably be up there in terms of world titles . From his wiki page

    Along with this Jason Wynyard has earned a legendary status within the competitive woodchopping community by winning the Stihl Timbersports Series 14 times. The years in which hes won the title are: 1997, 1998, 1999, 2000, 2002, 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017.

    Imagine the calluses.

    Do fans really get that excited?


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