Zap faced off against "Wild Willy" racer Sean Mifsud in Round 1, but another "five" from the Champ was hard to beat as Zap powered Zap's Rat to a 5.987et @ 247.39mph power run against Mifsud's 6.283et @ 228.89mph.
"How's that! A five and huge mph! No other car runs a B & J Transmission/Santhuff Shocks/Mickey Thompson combination in Top Doorslammer and we get a dream run out of the many combinations we can put together for different track conditions".
Round two saw Zap up against upset winner Andrew Sutton in his HSV Monaro, but fate was against Sutton as his car failed to start - handing the win to Zappia Racing. Always the consummate entertainer, Zap ran the Striker Monaro out the back door on the solo for a 5.981et @ 234.25mph win.
"Another win is great. Many thanks to the crew who made a flawless effort all weekend. It's a pleasure to race this way, with support from such positive major sponsors.
The crew enjoy the distinctive blue roller cabinets full of tools from Force Tools Australia in the pits".