The opening round of the AMRS – Australian Motor Racing Series saw the new Australian TA2 Championship run at the event for their opening round. The big thundering V8s provided plenty of action and entertainment. Relive race 3 of their weekend here:
Less than a year after a high speed 180km/h+ accident at the top of Lake Mountain, Danny Traveso has returned to claim victory at the Lake Mountain Sprint, the opening round of the 2018 Australian Tarmac Rally Championship.
Despite Saturday’s weather causing plenty of trauma, Sunday saw a hot pace for the leaders. With Traverso and Page attempting to increase their slender lead over the WRX of Harding and Glenney, who had been standout performers during the opening days mixed conditions.
Behind the leading pair, Craig Dean was hammering the Mustang Motorsport Shelby GT500 taking four stage victories across the days six stages, closing the gap to the leader to 1m 25s by the end of the day. Showing victory could have been on the cards, if it hadn’t of been for a spin on SS8 for the 2015 Champion.
Ultimately Traverso endured the pressure of two strong cars nipping at his heels, staying within a couple of seconds of Dean’s stage winning times, while posting his own victories on special stages 11 and 12. A very well deserving victory after a difficult season in 2017, he will now be looking to continue the form into the next round the Mt Baw Baw Sprint on March 10/11.
The NSW Sports Sedans Championship headed to Wakefield Park for the second round of the 2017 Championship. Joined by the National Sports Sedans Championship this weekend provided plenty of action. You can watch all the highlights below.
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Grant Denyer has posted video of his massive crash at the Lake Mountain Sprint last weekend.
You can watch Saturday’s highlights from the event on our YouTube channel here:
The 2016 NSW Production Touring Car Championship finished off a successful season with a pair of hour endurance races at Winton Raceway on December 5-6. The races did not disappoint with plenty of action and strong battles through the field with multiple class cars always fighting for position.
Blend Line TV covered all the action and produced it into the highlights package you can see here:
At the recent Southern Classic held by the HMRAV we caught up with Clive Harrop to have a chat about his pair of Ariels. Racing his 1938 Ariel Red Hunter in the Vintage & Class C ‘Handshift Battle’ group as well as the 1961 Ariel Special 500 in the 500cc Classic class, Harrop certainly had a lot on his hands across the two days of racing.
Check out our chat with Clive and get an insight into the pair of fantastic motorcycles below.
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Covering everything from the earliest days racing anything with a motor around the family farm, through to the A30 build and subsequent first years with HDT, this DVD provides some fascinating insight into what started the career of one of our most loved motorsport icons.
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