Birthday flashbacks: Best of Year 1

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Monday 20th October, 2014 - 1:00pm

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The HRT's plan to throwback to its 1990 livery caught the eye of readers

The HRT’s plan to throwback to its 1990 livery caught the eye of readers

In the week that Speedcafe.com celebrates five years online, we look back at the five most popular stories of each year.

Top five most clicked on stories from Year 1, October 2009 to October 2010:

Retro livery set for Toll HRT at Bathurst

30 August, 2010

When Speedcafe.com revealed that the Holden Racing Team was planning to throw back to its 1990 Bathurst victory for the 2010 race, it had plenty of people clicking.

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Marcos Ambrose joins with NASCAR legend

18 August, 2010

After moving into the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series with the Michael Waltrip Racing/JTG Daugherty partnership, Marcos Ambrose’s move to Richard Petty Motorsports, and return to Ford, was big news.

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Triple Eight rolled embarked on its first Holden test in late 2009

Triple Eight rolled embarked on its first Holden test in late 2009

FIRST PICS: Triple Eight’s first Holden test

17 December, 2009

The first appearance of a Triple Eight Holden V8 Supercar naturally gained plenty of interest.

This first car was actually one of the team’s Ford chassis re-skinned and would not form part of its racing line-up.

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Paddock unrest over Skaife TV drives

1 March, 2010

With Mark Skaife mixing V8 Supercars commentary and endurance driver duties in 2010, a series of track outings for television purposes created friction within the paddock.

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Whincup the mastermind behind one-two finish

15 October, 2010

In the wake of Triple Eight’s one-two finish at Bathurst in 2010, team owner Roland Dane revealed that Jamie Whincup had taken upon himself to concede defeat and line-up for the form finish.

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