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The YMF Australian Superbike Championship heads to Australia’s Top End and to the Hidden Valley Raceway in Darwin for round four. Troy Herfoss heads into this round as the championship leader and is looking to extend his lead over the Yamaha duo of Wayne Maxwell and Daniel Falzon. But Hidden Valley is where reigning champion,
Round two of the Hi-Tec Oils Australian FX-Superbike Championship from Queensland Raceway continues with all the action from the major support categories, including the 400 Supersports, FX Pro-Twins/Nakedbikes/Supertwins 700s, Am-Sport 600s and Formula Oz.
The 2018 Australian Offshore Superboat Championship kicks off for 2018 in the scenic Far North Queensland waters of Bowen. Maritimo 11 and its crew of Steve Jellick and Tom Barry-Cotter are the reigning champions and are hoping to successfully defend their crown against an extremely strong field, who are hoping to knock them off their
Our round three coverage of the 2018 Shannons Nationals continues with the third round of the Porsche Michelin GT3 Cup Challenge. The CAMS Payce Australian Formula 4 Championship also take the stage for the second time this year, and the Radical Australia Cup reaches the half way point of their 2018 championship at the Phillip
The Hi-Tec Oils Australian FX-Superbike Championship heads to Queensland Raceway for round two, featuring the Bikhaggle.com.au Superbikes and MAtris Dampers Supersports & Am-Sport 600s, plus the Stars of Tomorrow for C&D Grade riders.
The 2018 Shannons Nationals makes its annual mid year pilgrimage to Phillip Island and the headline act of the third round of six is round two of the Australian Endurance Championship for Australian GT. It’s also doubles as round four of the Australian GT Championship and the title fight in both championships is make or
For almost half a century, Formula Ford has been a popular and proven breeding ground for rising talent in Australian and international motor racing. Just as their modern day contemporaries battle it out on the national stage, the historic variation of this popular class is just as competitive. Historic Formula Ford covers the era of
Now in its fifth season, the Hi-Tec Drift Allstars Series continues to grow as Australia’s premier drifting series. For season 2018, we head to new tracks across five rounds and we kick things off at Wakefield Park in Goulburn.
The Australian Prototype Series arrives at Sandown Raceway for round two, where horsepower and aerodynamics are the key agendas on this 3.1km circuit in Melbourne’s South-East. On Track we also have the Radical Australia Cup fast approaching the halfway mark of an already exciting season, with everyone chasing down series leader Kim Burke for championship
Since its formation just three years ago, the Hyundai Excel Series X3 one make series has fast become a popular state-level entry level category that is reminiscent of previous and current one-make formulae. Utilising the Series X3 variant of the Hyundai Excel sold between 1994 and 2000 and set to a controlled set of rules,
Melbourne’s ‘Home of Horsepower’, Sandown Raceway plays host to the second round of the 2018 Shannons Nationals. The fast and flowing 3.1km circuit in Melbourne’s South-East is a popular layout for drivers and fans alike and is the perfect venue for competitors in Australian GT to push their cars to the limit. Sandown plays host
Our opening round coverage of the 2018 Shannons Nationals continues at Australia’s newest motorsport facility, The Bend Motorsport Park. In this edition, we feature race two of round two of the Radical Australia Cup.
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
Brad Swallow shows how to do a skid on a Superbike. Nicely done Brad!
Tim Slade sets a blistering time of 1.20.971 around Sydney Motorsport Park in the MCA Hammerhead Nissan S13 at the 2017 World Time Attack Challenge.
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!