Jukka Steenari Wins IFMAR 4WD World Champ Title! MAY 2002

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Team Losi/Team Orion driver Jukka Steenari was successfully defended his World Championship title with a convincing victory in Pretoria, South Africa, home of the 2002 IFMAR Off-Road World Championships. No word yet on whether Jukka was running the standard Double-X4 chassis or the Triple-XS-style single-belt buggies the team was experimenting with—stay tuned for more details.

Unofficial Final Results:
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1. Jukka Steenari /Finland—Losi/Team Orion
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2. Matt Francis /USA—Losi/Trinity
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3. Greg Hodapp /USA—Losi/Peak
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4. Travis Amezcua /USA—Losi/Peak
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5. Dave Montgomery /USA—Losi/Team Orion
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6. Mark Pavidis /USA—Durango/Reedy
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7. Peter Pinisch /Austria—Losi/Reedy
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8. Neil Cragg /Great Britain—Schumacher/Reedy
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9. Todd Hodge /USA—Losi/Trinity
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10. Craig Drescher /Great Britain—Schumacher/Reedy

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