Willunga Hillclimb 2014

One of the biggest divisions in club motorsport is that between circuit racing and rallying. The ultimate aim of covering a specified distance as quickly as possible is the same, but other than that the differences run far deeper than just the style and facilities of the venue. It comes…

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The Macau Grand Prix experience

There’s a small handful of motorsport events that sit right up in the top echelons of our sport. For a variety of reasons – history, difficulty, atmosphere, level of competition – they’re the one’s that every driver wants to win. You can’t set out to create these types of legendary…

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Climb to the Eagle 2014

At this time of year there are a few reliable signs that summer is finally looming. Daylight savings is an obvious one, as is the gradual shift of the Adelaide Hills from lush green to parched brown. But just as regular, and arguably of more importance, is the Climb to…

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Records fall at Collingrove State Championship Hillclimb

A spectacular spring weekend saw the outright track record slashed at the State Championship Collingrove Hillclimb, held on the tight 750m course near Angaston in South Australia’s Barossa Valley. Blue skies and an earthly warm sun did all they could for track temperature allowing tyres to develop as much heat…

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Good things come in threes…

Good things come in threes they say, which is why the odd tumbleweed might be blowing around here for a couple of weeks. There’s nothing I love more than hitting the road to bring you guys fresh new stories, and through pure fluke three trips have landed back-to-back. Starting yesterday…

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