Monthly Archives: July 2017


Charlotte Poynting awarded WAMS Junior Development Scholarship

The Women of Australian Motor Sport (WAMS) committee today congratulated 18-year-old New South Wales racer Charlotte Poynting as the 2017/2018 recipient of the WAMS Junior Development Scholarship, supported by CAMS. Beginning in karts aged 12, Poynting placed top-three in multiple state titles, won the women’s nationals in both Clubman Light and Senior National Light and then progressed into the Aussie Racing Cars series over a year ago where she currently competes. Since joining the category, she has won eight Women’s Championship Trophies out of the nine events she’s entered, currently leads the CAMS Women’s Championship and last year became the first female to win an Aussie Racing Car race in the category’s history. “I’m so excited to have been selected as the WAMS Development Scholarship…

Round Four Townsville 400 Weekend Wrap

MANY OF the Aussie Racing Car teams were quite pleased to be heading north last week, temps in Sydney and Melbourne saw their days starting around 1C, whereas winter in North Queensland saw the drivers and crews basking in 18-27C the entire time. Twenty-six cars had made the trek north, 25 were on track, the 1 missing was Shane Dale’s FG Holden which just happened to be Mark Duckworth’s first ever Aussie Racing Car, Mark is the father of our current champion James, Dales car was on display in the ARC Pits all weekend.  (see our Facbook Gallery for photos of this old car). Also missing in action was Ruth Bowler, she has been a little unwell lately and we (and her fans) missed her…

Round Four Townsville 400 Race Reports

Miss any of the action from Round Four of the Aussie Racing Car Championship at Townsville's Reid Park?  You can read all about it below. A gallery of images can be seen on the Aussie Racing Car Facebook Page. Race Four Report - Sunday Peter Carr has taken another victory in race four of the Aussie Racing Car Series on the streets of Townsville which also saw him take the round win, Carr was one of only two drivers who had previously raced the Reid Park circuit. Before the red lights went out drama struck Cobi Rontaunay (CMR Motorsport Camaro) who pulled up on the track during the formation lap when a tail shaft broke and Blake Scibberas (Western Sydney Motorsport Mustang) entered pitlane with…

Joshua Anderson unveils new Camaro

Joshua Anderson has unveiled his new Perenso sponsored Camaro ahead of his ARC debut at round 4 of the championship in Townsville.