Monthly Archives: April 2016


Aussie Racing Cars Round Two Phillip Island Wrap Up

The second round of the Aussie Racing Cars National Championship at Phillip Island produced once again the crowd pleasing racing expected from the country’s biggest racing series.  The Phillip Island Grand Prix circuit suites the 1200cc Yamaha Powered aptly named Pocket Rockets, the wide open high speed track sees top class pack racing not seen in any other series.  And once again four and five cars wide!   Round two saw a couple of the new comers take it to the more experienced drivers this weekend, dominating for most of the weekend with two wins from four was Queensland's Ben Walsh (Dr Ink Tattoo Removal Chev Camaro) matching Walsh's speed was his team mate Kel Treseder (Fluid Management Australia).  Current Champion Brendan Pingel (Spirit Of…

Round 2 Race Reports

Kel Treseder has won round 2 of the Aussie Racing Cars Championship at Phillip Island at the weekend while second place getter, Ben Walsh’s result remains provisional pending an investigation into a race 4, lap one incident with defending champion, Brendon Pingel.  1st – Kel Treseder 2nd – Ben Walsh (provisional) 3rd – James Duckworth Race 4 - Sunday IN A FRANTIC fourth race of the Aussie Racing Cars Championship Series, Trent Young has come through to take the win at Phillip Island and finished fifth overall for the round. An engine change overnight and round favourites Ben Walsh (Dr Ink Tattoo Removal Chev Camaro) and Brendon Pingel (Spirit Of Lockyer Holden Cruze) both spearing off at the first corner helped somewhat. But Young’s surge…

Aussie Racing Cars Round 2 Phillip Island

Aussie Racing Cars - The Girls vs the Boys! It's been almost two months since the Aussie Racing Cars have been on track, round one at the Clipsal 500 was a resounding success for the biggest Australian racing class, a bumper field put on a great show for the huge Adelaide crowd. The Aussie Racing Cars were the only class that could boast starting and finishing with a full contingent of entries, every other class at the event lost a competitor or two! Last years champion Brendon Pingel reigned supreme again, although the likes of Craig Woods and Trent Young didn't make it easy for him, add to the mix a fleet of rookies plus returning champion Klye Clews, the later taking a little longer…

Round 2 Phillip Island Entry List

A 36 car field is ready to race at Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit April 15-17 (more…)