The 2016 race season is in the books for Dean’s Team, with as close to perfect results as one could get.
Success isn’t something new for Dean Charrier and Dean’s Team, with over 30 national and world titles to the name, but it’s never taken for granted. This year, the focus was on making the Dean’s Team ECU Performance Reflash the top option for every level of rider and racer.
Often lapping a majority of the field, Chris MacClugage shined on his Reflashed Yamaha FZR all season. Aero Aswar pushed him all along the way on his FZR, both at the World Finals and in the P1 AquaX Pro Series. They separated themselves from the competition and had some entertaining battles and lead changes.
Abdullah Al-Fadhel put another world title to his name and gave MacClugage a run in the Pro Stock class at the World Finals. He shined overseas too, winning a championship series in Dubai. Ali Allanjawi also racked up wins all year long in international races and went to the World Finals and took home three podium finishes.
At the Pro Watercross HydroDrag World Championships, Scott Rice cleaned up with wins in the Stock, Spec and Superstock divisions. Ron Allison won the Stock Speed Alley title, too, posting a high speed of 92.8 mph on his FZR.
Charrier is already working toward new goals and milestones next year. Having won the Pro Stock title at the World Finals for three years running, sights are set on the Pro Runabout Open and GP classes for the 2017 season. With two years in a row winning the top P1 AquaX class, Dean’s Team will also look to repeat next season.