Isuzu Australia Aims for Gold in Japan | TRANSPORT NEWS

Held at Isuzu Australia Limited (IAL)’s purpose-built training facility in Truganina, Victoria, this year’s National Technical Skills Competition saw the best Isuzu Trucks technicians from all over the country pit their wits and skills against complex, high-pressured tests, including a written examination.

The competition was a close one, with Matthew Radke from Black Truck Sales(Queensland) and Michael Primmer from Winter & Taylor (Victoria) emerging as the top two finalists. The top two technicians have earned their place to represent Australia at this year’s Isuzu World Technical Competition, also known as the I-1 Grand Prix (I-1 GP).

The upcoming I-1 GP will be held in Fujisawa, Japan, and will take place on 30 October 2019. Mr Primmer and Mr Radke, together with team coach Charlie Gracewood, will travel to Fujisawa to represent Australia.

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