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The Swann Insurance Australasian Superbike Championship has been rebranded and relaunched as the Swann Super Series in 2017. The season kicked off with a all new format with round 1 being held at Sydney Motorsport Park featuring the FX Major Support categories.
Round 3 of the 2017 YMF Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul Pirelli was held at Winton Motor Raceway, located two hours North of Melbourne in rural Victoria. Built by the Benella Auto Club the circuit is geographically the flattest venue on the ASBK calendar, its stop and go layout following traditional car circuit formula.
The 2017 Heritage Touring Car category, roared around Mount Panorama in support of the Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour. The race featured all our historic favourites from 1973 -1992.
The Swann Insurance Australasian Superbike Championship has been rebranded and relaunched as the Swann Super Series in 2017. The season kicked off with a all new format with round 1 being held at Sydney Motorsport Park featuring Supersport and AM-Sport.
Supersport riders Jason Wiblin and Bobbie Ashman were lucky to walk away from this wild incident, during the opening lap of the Supersport/AM-Sport series, at the opening round of the 2017 Swaan Super Series at Sydney Motorsport Park.
The 2017 Shannons Nationals season opener was held in Victoria at Sandown Raceway. AGT Trophy, Australian Prototype series and Radical Cup Australia featured on track during the round 1 weekend of wet weather.
The Swaan Insurance Australasian Superbike Championship has been rebranded and relaunched as the Swann Super Series in 2017. The season kicked off with a all new format with round 1 being held at Sydney Motorsport Park featuring FX Superbike and the Stars of Tomorrow categories.
An action-packed two hour program will capture all of the highlights and drama from an incredible day on the Mountain, that saw eight different cars lead the race and the six-hour enduro come down to a thrilling finish in the final five minutes.
The ANDRA Championship Grand Final for Summit Racing Equipment Sportsman Series comes to Adelaide International Raceway April 9-10,2017 to settle the score for Championship glory. Over 240 racers have descended on Adelaide to compete for the most prestigious trophy in Australian Drag Racing – the ANDRA Gold Christmas Tree.
Joe Polito flips his Pro Stock Car at Calder Park
Anthony Gilbertson spins his GT3 Cup Challenge Porsche at Turn 1 at Sydney Motorsport Park
Anthony Gilbertson gets spun and ends up with a car on his bonnet!
We understand that when you are team mates, you usually share tools, equipment, personnel and work side-by-side, but in this case Team Maritimo took it to a whole new level. At Round 4 of the August 16th Australian Offshore Superboat Championship at Coffs Harbour while one boat seemed to slow, the other, blinded by spray,
0-160 km/h in under three seconds and cornering forces similar to that of an F-18 jet fighter…these things are nuts! Check out this wild moment from 2010… a very close call for the officials!!!
Phil Lamattina has a wild qualifying moment at Willowbank Raceway as his chassis completely breaks in half whilst flying down the quarter mile at over 500km an hour. Lamattina was competiting at the 42nd running of the Australian Nationals held in September 2007 and had just stopped the timers in 4.68 seconds when his nitro-burning
We threw an onboard camera on Brad Swallow’s Kawasaki, just for something different!
The Holden Racing Team Supercars driver was chasing the race lap record all weekend in the Audi Sports Sedan after running a blistering 1m 26.6s effort in qualifying, finally getting it done in the second-last race lap of the weekend after coming agonizingly close on a number of occasions.
Last year Round 2 of the Trans Tasman Drift Series came to Sydney for a battle between New Zealand’s and Australia’s best drifters. V8 Supercar driver Shane Van Gisbergen lined up with fellow Kiwi mate Dan “Fanga” Woolhouse and the result was explosive and tight.
Watch this awesome clip of Toby Price driving flat out during the 2016 Tatts Finke Desert Race while his co-pilot remains cool, calm and collected keeping the bonnet down with his feet! No screen, no worries mate!
It’s not uncommon for race drivers to loose it especially in the face of some controversy. In this case James McFadden crossed the finish line first, but became heated and somewhat upset over being penalised in the A-Main race, Round 3 of the 2015/16 World Series Sprintcars at Mount Gambier. This is a bleep feast!