The Master of Mallala and a little speculation on the future

There seems to be a resurrection of sorts happening in South Australian motorsport right now. With events like the Adelaide Motorsport Festival getting stronger each year and the construction of one of the world’s premiere motorsport facilities pushing ahead with record pace at Tailem Bend, the future of the sport…

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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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John Blanden’s Climb to the Eagle 2013

All good things must come to an end, so the maxim goes, however hand-in-hand with the negative is the positive that regeneration occasionally spawns new traditions. I’m not going to stand here and say that we’d rather have the Climb to the Eagle over a return of Formula One to…

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The Easter Historics at Mallala

Easter. A time of year with different significance for different people. Dedicated churchgoers will find themselves at the altar, while most of us spend the break with family or away on holiday. But for hardened motorheads, Easter brings an entirely different tradition – the Easter historic race meeting at Mallala….

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