Friday, September 21, 2018

Motor Sport

Anything and everything from the world of motor sport. If it happens on the track, in the dirt, or pretty much anywhere else you can race – you’ll find it here.
And we’re not category specific either, we’ll give anything motor sport related a run if its worth the story.

WSU heading for USA solar challenge

WESTERN Sydney University will head to the United States with the backing of Bridgestone Australia and New Zealand, and a host of supporting partners,...

Mustang for Supercars in 2019

TODAY was a big day for Ford Australia. Not only did they confirm the arrival of the 2019 Ford Fiesta ST hot hatch and reveal the next generation Mustang and Ranger Raptor; they also gave Supercars fans what they've been begging for, for months.

Lotus enters APC series

LOTUS is going racing with its new Exige Sport 350, after Lotus Cars Australia and their major Australian dealer Simply Sports Cars entered the Australian Production Car Series, with former Supercars drivers Grant Denyer and Tony D'Alberto set to steer.

Most powerful F1 Safety Car of all time

AHEAD of the 2018 Formula 1 season, which begins in Melbourne this weekend, Mercedes-AMG has unveiled the most powerful official safety car ever, with the 430kW AMG GT R set to take to the track from tomorrow.

UPDATED: TCR heading to Australia

The expansion of TCR (Touring Car Racing) is showing no sign of slowing, with the successful category ready to land ‘down under’ following confirmation the Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) has signed a five year deal.

Lexus to contest Nürburgring 24-hour

JAPANESE luxury car maker Lexus will enter its halo model, the LC coupe, in the 46th running of the 24 Hours Nürburgring in May, its first appearance in the prestigious event.

New rally and concept cars for Toyota

THE racing arm of Japanese car maker Toyota has been busy, very busy; developing not only a new World Rally Championship contender, but also unveiling its direction for next-generation sports cars.

Mercedes-AMG to guide 12-Hour

FOR the fourth consecutive year, Mercedes-Benz Cars Australia will supply the Safety and Course cars to ensure the smooth running of the Liqui-Moly Bathurst 12-Hour Race, from February 2-4, 2018.

Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing enters eTrophy

JAGUAR Racing has today announced the first entrant in its i-Pace eTrophy global electric vehicle racing series, with three time IndyCar champ and Indianapolis 500 winner Bobby Rahal and his team, Rahal Letterman Lanigan Racing, taking up first spot on the grid, with the championship starting in December 2018.

Alfa set for F1 return

AFTER more than 30 years away from motor racing's premier category, Italian brand Alfa Romeo is back, starting in 2018, taking primary naming rights, and forming a technical and commercial partnership, with Swiss Formula 1 team, Sauber F1.

Nissan set for Formula E

NISSAN will become the first Japanese automotive brand to compete in the all-electric FIA Formula E racing championship, set to enter season five of the series, which starts in late 2018.

Apprentices build “World’s fastest Amarok”

APPRENTICES from Volkswagen Australia claimed a special victory at the World Time Attack Challenge at Sydney Motorsport Park over the weekend, beating the 1m 59sec challenge set by the iconic Golf GTI hot hatch, in a modified V6 Amarok ute of their own construction.

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