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Richard Davison

Richard Davison

Richard Davison raced Formula Ford and won the Australian Formula 2 championship in 1980, he’s also dad to Alex and Will. Read More

Stephen White

Stephen White

Stephen White was a member of the select Holden Young Lions team, raced in Europe and was focused on a career in Formula One. Read More

David Johnson

David Johnson

The Johnson name is a famous one; David Johnson was Dick’s brother, his right hand man, he built cars, drove trucks and plenty more. Read More

Garry Rush

Garry Rush

Garry Rush is one of Australia’s most successful Speedway racers having won 10 Sprintcar championships. Read More

John Pizarro

John Pizarro

John Pizarro is one of the greats of Australia’s go-karting scene having won 15 national titles and an Asia-Pacific championship. Read More

Christine Gibson

Christine Gibson

Christine Gibson is Fred’s better half, she was involved in ‘that’ incident at Bathurst in 1981 and drove with the Holden Dealer Team. Read More

Will Hagon

Will Hagon

Will Hagon has been involved in motor sport for over 50 years and has opened a racing memorabilia store in Kew, NSW. Read More

Tony Noske

Tony Noske

Tony Noske drove Sprintcars raced with Dick Johnson, Glenn Seton and Peter Brock and helped create the Australian Touring Car Entrants Group Read More

Mark Noske

Mark Noske

Mark Noske drove V8 Supercars, Open Wheelers, the Team KOOL Green IndyCar and Michael Schumacher’s Formula One Ferrari. Read More

Bill Woods

Bill Woods

Bill Woods was once Channel 10’s face of Australian motor sport, he was involved in its V8 Supercars broadcast and led the RPM team. Read More

Warren Weldon

Warren Weldon

Warren Weldon was a success on two wheels and four, was well know for racing Studebakers and raced alongside Wayne Gardner. Read More

Glenn Seton Part 2

Glenn Seton Part 2

Glenn Seton is one of the legends of Australian motor sport having won the 1993 ATCC and 1997 V8 Supercars titles. Read More

Glenn Seton part 1

Glenn Seton part 1

Glenn Seton is one of the legends of Australian motor sport having won the 1993 ATCC and 1997 V8 Supercars titles. Read More

Neville Crichton

Neville Crichton

Neville Crichton raced with Frank Gardner and Dick Johnson, won a NZ Touring Car title and is a Sydney to Hobart winning sailor. Read More

Phil Harrison

Phil Harrison

Phil Harrison worked with V8 Supercar and Australian Rally Championship teams, the ARDC and Channel 7, and he’s been an event promoter. Read More

Heinz-Harald Frentzen

Heinz-Harald Frentzen

Heinz-Harald Frentzen is a former F1 star who drove for Sauber, Williams and Jordan and raced a Porsche at the recent Australian Grand Prix Read More

John Harnden

John Harnden

John Harnden has an impressive sports administration resume having run the Grand Prix Corp and Melbourne’s Commonwealth Games. Read More

Bill Brown

Bill Brown

Bill Brown won his class at Bathurst in 1964 and was involved in one of the most famous crashes at the mountain. Read More

Keith Evers

Keith Evers

Keith Evers was Craig Gore’s right hand man; he ran WPS Racing, Team Australia and after illness has just returned to the Bathurst 12-hour. Read More

Garry Willmington

Garry Willmington

Garry Willmington raced touring cars as a privateer, created the Touring Car Challenge, managed Wakefield Park and owns his own race circuit Read More

Terry Wyhoon

Terry Wyhoon

Terry Wyhoon was one of the country’s leading AUSCAR and NASCAR racers, winning an AUSCAR title in the mid-1990s. Read More

Vern Schuppan

Vern Schuppan

Vern Schuppan was Australia’s first Le Mans winner; he raced F1 and played a part in convincing Bernie Ecclestone to bring F1 to Adelaide. Read More

Michael Guest

Michael Guest

Michael Guest was the first Australian to tackle a regular ride in the WRC and is one of the country's most successful Rally drivers. Read More

Gordon Lomas

Gordon Lomas

Gordon Lomas is a journalist with over 30 years experience who fought to improve the coverage of V8s in Queensland and around Australia. Read More

Mike Imrie

Mike Imrie

Mike Imrie was a two time Sports Sedan champ, he raced V8s, ran his own team and is famous for being turned around by Russell Ingall at QR. Read More

Spencer Martin

Spencer Martin

Spencer Martin raced in the 1960s, winning his class at Bathurst in 1964 and winning two Australian Championships in 1966 and 1967. Read More

John McCormack

John McCormack

John McCormack was one of the country’s leading F5000 racers and he won no less than three Australian Drivers’ championships. Read More

Gianni Morbidelli

Gianni Morbidelli

Gianni Morbidelli is a former F1 driver that raced for several Formula One teams, including Ferrari at the 1991 Adelaide Grand Prix. Read More

Paul Taylor

Paul Taylor

Paul Taylor was one of the men responsible for Project Blueprint. He helped even up the V8 series paving the way for the Car of the Future. Read More

Fabrizio Giovanardi

Fabrizio Giovanardi

Fabrizio Giovanardi is one of the world’s great Touring car drivers. He started in karts and F3000 before winning eight touring car titles. Read More

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