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eXcellerator Zone returns for Townsville

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Thursday 7th July, 2011 - 11:12am

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The eXcellerator Zone is back in action at Townsville this weekend

The eXcellerator Zone – which was first seen at the Clipsal 500 earlier this year – will be back in operation at the Sucrogen Townsville 400, with visitors able to receive a very limited edition ‘Frosty’ poster on behalf of Orrcon Steel.

In honour of Mark Winterbottom’s change to the #95 this weekend, the first 95 race fans to visit the eXcellerator Zone and register their details on each day of the Sucrogen Townsville 400 will receive one of the posters.

Located inside the circuit at turn three, the eXcellerator Zone is one of the best places to chill out during the weekend’s action.

Partners Orrcon Steel, Castrol EDGE and Street Empire have joined forces to put the zone together once again and it will feature a full array of activities throughout the weekend.

The Castrol Showtime FMX team will be on hand to thrill the crowd throughout the weekend with two performances daily.

The North Queensland Cowboys cheergirls – this weekend known as the Orrcon Steel Castrol EDGE eXtreme Team will be performing daily as well.

The Darren Morgan Racing Top Fuel simulator – the first of its kind anywhere in the world – will allow racefans the opportunity a first hand opportunity to see what the ANDRA Pro Series Top Fuel Champion experiences in his office.

By registering their details at the eXcellerator Zone, racefans will have the opportunity to go into the draw to win a fully decked out HyperStimulator worth over $5,000.

Free giveaways, the latest in urban streetwear is all available at the eXcellerator Zone, thanks to Orrcon Steel, Castrol EDGE and Street Empire.

Coming to Townsville for the V8 Supercars? Make sure you secure your ticket to the official V8 after party at The Greenroom, sponsored by Speedcafe.com, Jack Daniel’s and Love My. CLICK HERE to buy your $10 ticket.

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