Monthly Archives: May 2018


AUSSIE RACING CARS DEBUT FOR BRYCE FULLWOOD AT DARWIN

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As we mentioned, Bryce Fullwood from Matt Stone Racing is joining the Aussie racing Cars in Darwin in two weeks time for the Drive the NT Challenge - Aussie Racing Cars Below is Matt Stone Racing's Press Release. Darwin's only Supercars driver Bryce Fullwood will make his debut in the Aussie Racing Cars on home turf at Hidden Valley Raceway next month. The 20-year-old will also race in the Commodore Cup category at the same event, presenting double racing duties for the local racer. [caption id="attachment_2755" align="aligncenter" width="949"] Bryce Fullwood & Matt Stone Team Owner - Photo; supplied[/caption] Fullwood said he's excited about the opportunity and cannot wait to race in front of the local fans. "I'm really excited to race an Aussie Car for the first…

DRIVE THE NT CHALLENGE

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The Supercars Darwin Triple Crown event will mark a special trophy round for Aussie Racing Cars this June, being a late addition to the event calendar this year, the Drive the NT Aussie Race Cars Challenge event comes off the heels of the third round just a week or so ago at Winton Motor Raceway, the class will be going from an extremely cold climate to a more summery climate in the Top End. This event will make the Pocket Rockets the most travelled racing class in Australia, north and south that is, the first event was in the deep south at Baskerville Raceway in Hobart and now up to the top of the Northern territory. Due to the late addition of the event to…

RACE REPORTS – WINTON ROUND THREE

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Did you miss any of the Aussie Racing Cars action last weekend from the Winton SuperSprint Supercars event?  We have these for you below. If you’d like to see all the exciting action you can review the photographs here from our Facebook Gallery. Friday Wrap BACK FOR the first time in five years to the rural Victorian circuit, the Aussie Racing Cars turned on a sizzling qualifying session for round three of the Championship Series. Conditions were tricky with a drying track and a dry line apparent as the session progressed – unlike the earlier wet practice session. Therefore, it was no surprise to see several spinners, but no damage resulted. Putting the disappointment of Phillip Island’s round two behind him, Justin Ruggier responded to every challenge thrown…

Provisional results – Winton Round 3

Following an action packed race weekend at the Winton Supersprint, Aussie Racing Cars Race director, Vince Ciccarello is in the process of working through a number of on-track incidents which may impact the final round results.  As such the race 4 results (and hence round results) posted are provisional. See the provisional results here:  Winton Provisional Results [caption id="attachment_2732" align="aligncenter" width="700"] The melee at turn one during the last race.[/caption]

AUSSIE RACING CARS ROUND 3 WINTON PREVIEW

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Its been Five years since the Aussie Racing Cars have raced at Winton and only a small handful of drivers in this year’s championship raced there in 2013, a couple of teams have practiced there this year, but that makes the majority of drivers going in blind. Winton is a unique tight and twisty layout which suits the pocket rockets perfectly.  12 corners and three straights provide plenty of passing opportunities with the infamous turn 1 and 2 providing some serious wheel to wheel action. The track is quite wide as well and we expect to see plenty of overtaking into turns one through four and then again over the back of the circuit for six through nine. The weather will play a part in…

ENTRY LIST ROUND THREE – 2018 WINTON

A 28 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are ready to race at the third round for 2018 the Winton Super Sprint (more…)

Aussie Racing Cars adds Darwin Supercars to 2018 calendar

The Aussie Racing Cars Darwin Challenge has been added to the support card for the CrownBet Darwin Triple Crown this June 15-17. With the support of Visit NT, Aussie Racing Cars will return to Hidden Valley Raceway bringing its unique brand of thrilling, all-action motorsport to race fans in the Northern Territory. The category had previously visited Darwin for points-paying rounds in 2006, 2010, 2015, and 2016. This year’s racing will be a non-points trophy round owing to the late addition to the calendar and seven series rounds already, but Aussie Racing Cars driver have demonstrated in the past that they don’t need the motivation of points to put on spectacular battles. Category manager Brad Ward says that the Darwin event is a favourite for…