Monthly Archives: July 2016

ZERO TO 60 Book Launch – The official Tony Quinn Story.

Almost 60 years in the making ‘Zero to 60’ is the story of a man with a dream who started out with nothing. Having grown up in a wooden caravan in Scotland, it’s been a heck of a journey for Tony Quinn, a self-made man who now owns Highlands Motorsport Park, Hampton Downs Motorsport Park, RJ’s Liquorice, Darrell Lea Confectionery, Game Over Entertainment, The Australian GT Championship and Australia's largest race car manufacturing company and race championship - Aussie Racing Cars. After making the move from Scotland to Australia in his early 20s, Tony, his wife Christina and their four young children landed on New Zealand shores in the early 1980s. Tony founded a fat rendering plant called Fatman which sowed the seeds for a…

Round 4 Facebook Live Video’s

This weekend Aussie Racing Cars tested the Facebook Live functionality and found it quite a good way to bring the fans closer to the Teams and people involved with the Aussie Racing Cars Series.  Below we've embedded them into this post for you to view at your leisure. Please feel free to share on your own Facebook pages.  Here is a link to the Aussie Racing Cars Facebook Page FACEBOOK LIVE: Prize Giving at the end of the Weekend FACEBOOK LIVE:  After the last Race at Queensland Raceway FACEBOOK LIVE:  Live in the Pits Sunday Morning FACEBOOK LIVE:  Live in the Aussie Racing Car pits Saturday FACEBOOK LIVE:  Friday before the teams hit the track

Round 4 Queensland Raceway Race Reports

Race Report:  Queensland Raceway Round 4, Race 4 BY WINNING the fourth and final race, Kel Treseder has taken out the Aussie Racing Cars Championship Series fourth round at Queensland Raceway and in doing so has also set a new Lap Record of 1:21.0177 for the class. Treseder (Fluid Management Australia Chev Camaro) started off the outside of the front row and chased series leader and pole man James Duckworth (RDA Brakes Nissan Altima) around the Willowbank circuit for the first two laps and took over the lead on lap three. It was a lead he would not relinquish although he was under pressure when Craig Woods (Sinclair Ford Mustang) who emerged from the ensuing pack to be Treseder major rival. Woods closed the gap to…

Home circuit return for pocket rockets

QUEENSLAND RACEWAY could benefit the home teams at the fourth round of the Aussie Racing Cars Championship Series at the Ipswich circuit. The event is effectively home turf for the category and many of the teams that reside in the near proximity have been able to test in recent times. It will be more difficult for their interstate rivals as Aussie Racing Cars have not had a series round at this track since 2014. The home teams may well have the advantage having tested here just days before, however like the Supercars sometimes the home town advantage can get the better of you, and with a packed grid of over 30 cars everyone will be vying for a step on the podium and to bank…

Round 4 Queensland Raceway Entry List

A 38 car field is ready to race at Ipswich's Queensland Raceway Circuit July 22-24 (more…)