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AMRS Round 3 Welcome from Series Management Welcome to Round 3 of the Australian Motor Racing Series at The Bend Motorsport Park! It’s very exciting to be heading to Australia’s newest motor racing circuit, and we’re thankful to the entire management team at The Bend for being so accommodating and helpful. It really is a world-class facility, and we can’t wait to put on a top-level race meeting for the competitors and an awesome show for all the spectators. This weekend we are hosting a truly national race meeting, as reflected by the calibre of categories on the program. The TA2 Muscle Car Series put on a great display of competition in our last event at Morgan Park, and there will be even more of these spectacular, American V8 muscle cars on the track this weekend. We have a couple of national open-wheel categories in Formula Ford and Formula 3, with both classes providing a great learning environment for stars of the future, while GT-1 Australia is back on our program with an assortment of exotic sports cars. After showing great potential in its first-ever round at Winton, Thunder Sports has drawn a massive 30-car field and rounding out the program are Mazda RX8 Cup and a combined grid of BMW E30s, IROC Porsches and Utes. The size of the Tailem Bend circuit has made this one of the most logistically challenging events we’ve run so far, so a big thank you to all our volunteer officials and event staff who have worked tirelessly to ensure this weekend is a safe and successful one. Whether you’re a competitor, official or spectator, we hope you enjoy Round 3 of the 2019 AMRS!

CONTENTS

Cheers, Kevin Stoopman – AMRS Series Manager Prue Payne – AMRS Series Administrator

Track map Schedule About The Bend Event Preview TA2 Muscle Car Series GT-1 Australia Australian Formula 3 Championship Australian Formula Ford Championship Thunder Sports Mazda RX8 Cup BMW E30s/IROC Porsches/Utes Officials

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AMRS Round 3 official event programme Editor: Lachlan Mansell Photos: Hunter Media, Trapnell Creations The AMRS is proudly owned by the Benalla Auto Club and sanctioned by the Australian Auto Sport Alliance. Publisher: Chequered Flag Media 2/19 Faithfull Street, Goulburn NSW 2580 info@cfmedia.com.au

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AASA Introduces Flexible Insurance Options

The AASA is pleased to announced that the standard, base weekly benefit cover for all AASA licence holders at AASA events has been increased from $650 to $900 per week, at no additional charge. In addition, AASA annual licence holders competing at AASA events now have the flexibility of increasing their weekly benefit options through the AASA at the time of renewing their annual licence, or when applying for a new licence. In the past, competitors wanting to increase their personal accident cover would need to set that up through their own insurance policies. Now those competitors can choose to increase their weekly benefit amounts for incidents occurring at an AASA sanctioned event, from $900, to $1,100, $1,300 or $1,500. The weekly benefits will apply for a maximum period of 156 weeks subject to a seven-day excess where no benefits are payable.

With motorsport events attracting competitors from all walks of life, including business owners, contractors and executives, the AASA has been approached to offer greater flexibility in insurance options, should injury result in their inability to work whilst participating in AASA sanctioned events. For further information, contact: The Australian Auto Sport Alliance on (03) 5721 7800.

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Circuit map

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Event schedule

FRIDAY 21ST JUNE 2019

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Start

Finish

Category

Duration (h:mm)

Session

8:30

8:45

Thunder Sports

0:15

Practice 1

8:50

9:05

Formula Ford

0:15

Practice 1

9:10

9:25

RX8

0:15

Practice 1

Start

Finish

Category

Duration (h:mm)

Session

9:30

9:45

Porsche/Utes/ BMW E30

0:15

Practice 1

8:30

8:50

Formula 3

0:20

Qualifying

9:50

10:05

Formula 3

0:15

Practice 1

8:55

9:20

RX8

5 laps

Race 1

10:10

10:25

TA2

0:15

Practice 1

9:25

9:50

TA2

5 laps

Race 1

10:30

10:45

Thunder Sports

0:15

Practice 2

9:55

10:15

GT-1 Australia

0:20

Practice 4

10:20

10:40

GT-1 Australia

0:20

Practice 5

10:50

11:10

GT-1 Australia

0:20

Practice 1

10:45

11:05

Formula Ford

0:20

Qualifying

11:15

11:30

Formula Ford

0:15

Practice 2

11:10

11:35

Thunder Sports

5 laps

Race 1

11:35

11:50

RX8

0:15

Practice 2

12:05

Race 1

12:10

0:15

Practice 2

Porsche /Utes/ BMW E30

5 laps

11:55

Porsche/Utes/ BMW E30

11:40 12:05

12:45

LUNCH

0:40

12:15

12:30

Formula 3

0:15

Practice 2

12:45

13:10

Formula 3

7 laps

Race 1

12:35

12:55

GT-1 Australia

0:20

Practice 2

13:15

13:40

RX8

5 laps

Race 2

13:00

13:15

TA2

0:15

Practice 2

13:45

14:10

TA2

5 laps

Race 2

13:15

13:35

LUNCH

0:20

14:15

14:30

GT-1 Australia

0:15

Qualifying 1

13:35

13:55

Formula Ford

0:20

Practice 3

14:35

14:50

GT-1 Australia

0:15

Qualifying 2

14:00

14:20

GT-1 Australia

0:20

Practice 3

14:55

15:25

Formula Ford

7 laps

Race 1

14:25

14:45

Formula 3

0:20

Practice 3

15:30

16:00

Thunder Sports

7 laps

Race 2

14:50

15:10

Thunder Sports

0:20

Qualifying

16:05

16:35

Porsche/Utes/ BMW E30

7 laps

Race 2

15:15

15:35

RX8

0:20

Qualifying

15:40

16:00

Porsche/Utes/ BMW E30

0:20

Qualifying

16:05

16:25

TA2

0:20

Qualifying

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SUNDAY 23RD JUNE 2019 Start

Finish

Category

Duration (h:mm)

Session

8:30

8:55

Formula 3

7 laps

Race 2

9:00

9:25

RX8

5 laps

Race 3

9:30

9:55

TA2

5 laps

Race 3

10:00

10:50

GT-1 Australia

48 mins plus 1 lap

Race 1

10:55

11:20

Formula Ford

5 laps

Race 2

11:25

11:50

Thunder Sports

5 laps

Race 3

11:55

12:25

Porsche/Utes/ BMW E30

7 laps

Race 3

12:30

13:00

Formula 3

10 laps

Race 3

13:05

13:35

TA2

7 laps

Race 4

13:40

14:30

GT-1 Australia

48 mins plus 1 lap

14:35

15:05

RX8

7 laps

Race 4

15:10

15:35

Formula Ford

5 laps

Race 3

15:40

16:05

Thunder Sports

5 laps

Race 4

16:10

16:35

Porsche/Utes/ BMW E30

5 laps

Race 4

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The Bend Motorsport Park The Bend Motorsport Park is one of the most significant developments in Australian motorsport history. A state of the art, world-class motorsport facility, The Bend delivers an exhilarating experience for competitors, enthusiasts and spectators alike. Developed and primarily funded by the Peregrine Corporation, South Australia’s largest private company, construction started on The Bend in November 2016 with the main motor racing circuit completed in April 2018 in time for the first events. The Bend is unique in having all motorsport disciplines ‘through the one gate’, including circuit racing for cars and motorcycles, Australia’s only purpose-built drift circuit, a CIK-FIA standard karting circuit, a rallycross circuit, an international Group 1 dragway, driver training facilities, a 4WD adventure park and a rally/off-road facility. The Bend is serviced by a central Welcome Centre, a 100-room hotel located in the pit building, a caravan and camping tourist park, an airstrip for light aircraft (construction to begin 2019), and helipads for fast commuting. The motorsport park caters for international events, national series racing, grass roots club events, driver safety training and drive experience programs. The main racing circuit design has been inspired by some of the world’s most iconic circuits with a combination of

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Australia’s newest motorsport facility

technical corners and fast and flowing sections to ensure good racing. The circuit is Australia’s only track to comply with the latest FIA Grade 2 and FIM Category A standards. There are up to 7 circuit configurations ranging from 3.4 to 7.77 kilometres in length, with the GT Circuit being the second longest permanent circuit in the world, after the Nurburgring (Nordschleife) in Germany. The AMRS will use the International (4.95km) circuit configuration.

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AMRS Round 3 Preview Your essential form guide for each category With seven categories on the program encompassing everything from production-based sedans to exotic GT cars and purpose-built open-wheelers, there is something to suit everyone’s tastes at this weekend’s AMRS round. Series commentator Lachlan Mansell takes a closer look at each category.

GT-1 Australia The GT-1 Australia Series makes its first appearance on the AMRS program for 2019, after holding its first round in conjunction with the CUE Production Sports Cars at Bathurst in April. Last year’s title came right down to the wire at Winton, and the 2019 series is shaping up to again be a battle between the Australian-built MARC cars and the imported GT machines. Keith Kassulke leads the points after a strong weekend at Bathurst, with fellow MARC II racer Adam Hargraves also scoring well. One car that will grab attention at The Bend will be the Ford GT of Kevin Weeks, who rebounds from a battle with Parkinson’s Disease to make his first circuit racing appearance since 2015.

Points after Round 1 What to watch:

Strategy. The GT-1 Australia series features a unique format with a handicap pit stop system, in which competitors who qualify fastest are required to spend longer in pit lane. This creates the spectacle of faster cars having to catch and pass slower cars late in the race.

1

Keith Kassulke

300

2

Adam Hargraves

221

3

Wayne Mack

192

4

John Goodacre

166

5

John Morriss

150


TA2 Muscle Car Series From humble beginnings as a Queensland-based state-level category, TA2 has gone from strength to strength since expanding to a national level, and has attracted a record 27-car grid this weekend. Aaron Seton has been the standout driver in recent events, winning both of this year’s rounds but he has been closely challenged by the experienced George Miedecke along with younggun Nathan Herne, who snared a race win in the last round at Morgan Park.

What to watch:

The show. TA2 cars are everything that motorsport fans love: loud, fast, exciting and sideways! Tailem Bend’s combination of a long main straight and mix of fast and slow corners will suit these cars to a tee, and spectators can expect plenty of passing and wheel-to-wheel action.

Points after Round 2 1

Aaron Seton

432

2

George Miedecke

410

3

Ashley Jarvis

394

4

Andrew Miedecke

386

5

Hugh McAlister

362

Australian Formula Ford Championship Now in its 50th season, Formula Ford is the second-longest standing series in this country behind the Australian Touring Car Championship. It continues to maintain its reputation as the primary breeding ground for aspiring professional drivers, with 23 of the current 24 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship drivers having spent time in the category. Angelo Mouzouris was catapulted into the series lead with a clean sweep of wins in the last round at Winton; his Sonic Motor Racing team-mate Callum Hedge has also won races this season, as have Tom Sargent (CHE Racing) and Zac Soutar (BF Racing) in what is shaping up to be a competitive series.

What to watch:

Slipstreaming. Tailem Bend’s long straight is ideal for Formula Fords to gain a tow from one another, so expect plenty of positional swaps back and forth, along with late braking manoeuvres into the first corner.

Points after Round 3 1

Angelo Mouzouris

131

2

Callum Hedge

122

3

Tom Sargent

117

4

Zac Soutar

104

5

Cody Burcher

92


Australian Formula 3 Championship The Australian F3 cars are still the very fastest race cars in Australia, holding outright records on many circuits. While the scoreboard shows John Magro with six wins from six races so far this season, it does not reflect the closeness of some of those victories, with Gilmour Racing drivers Josh Buchan and Richard Peasey closely challenging Magro in the opening two rounds. The National Class has also produced a good battle between Gerrit Ruff and Roman Krumins.

What to watch:

Lap times. An F3 car currently holds the outright race lap record at the Tailem Bend circuit, 1:41.77531 set by Cameron Shields last year. John Magro broke the Winton lap record in March, and would dearly love to add another one to his collection‌ so watch out!

Points after Round 2 (outright)

Points after Round 2 (national class)

1

John Magro

96

1

Gerrit Ruff

81

2

Richard Peasey

62

2

Roman Krumins

63

3

Josh Buchan

52

3

Andrew Roberts

51

Mazda RX8 Cup Now into its second season, the RX8 Cup has been one of the success stories of the Australian motorsport scene over the last couple of seasons, its combination of value and national-level exposure enticing a combination of motorsport newcomers and returning veterans. Stephen McLaine leads the standings with top four finishes in every race so far, but the previous round at Morgan Park was dominated by Aaron Prosser, who clean-swept the weekend after a shocker at Winton.

What to watch:

Mistakes. With modest amounts of horsepower and handling characteristics that reward smooth driving, drivers in the Mazda RX8 Cup cannot afford to make even the slightest error – if they do, they can expect to lose multiple positions in a heartbeat.

Points after Round 2 1

Stephen McLaine

217

2

Will Harris

190

3

Terry Lewis

178

4

Aaron Prosser

163

5

Nick Dunkley

158


Thunder Sports A category introduced to provide a home for motorsport enthusiasts with vehicles of varying levels of modification, the Tailem Bend round has attracted a 30-car field; vehicles range from production-spec cars all the way up to an ex-V8 Supercar in the hands of Joel Heinrich. The Winton event was won by Cory Gillett (Nissan Silvia), who narrowly came out on top after a close battle with Mark Tracey (BMW E30), while Vin Stenta was third overall after a consistent performance in his Nissan R32 Skyline.

What to watch:

Strengths and weaknesses. The large variety of vehicles means there will be some entertaining dicing between cars with advantages and disadvantages in different parts of the track – some will be better in a straight line, others will be better through the turns.

Points after Round 1 1

Cory Gillett

96

2

Mark Tracey

88

3

Vin Stenta

60

4

Merrick Malouf

55

5

Ashley Maclurkin

51

Combined BMW E30s, IROC Porsches and Utes The predominantly Victorian-based BMW E30 Racing Series is joined by a couple of IROC Porsches and V8 Utes in a combined grid. Jeremy Payne leads the E30 standings ahead of Alex Jory after winning both rounds so far; Brian Bourke and Jesse Bryan are equal third in the points. At the Bend, South Australian racer Amanda Sparks will be joined by Andrew Whiteside as the IROC representatives, while Wayne Williams will be the sole Ford representative in the Utes against a fleet of Commodores.

BMW E30 points after Round 2 What to watch:

Inter-class battles. The Winton round produced a few interesting moments when drivers found themselves battling against cars in a different class, and the Bend could also create a few anxious situations.

1

Jeremy Payne

50

2

Alex Jory

44

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Brian Bourke

35

=4

Jesse Bryan

35

5

Tim Freeman

34


ENTRY LIST No.

Sponsor

Driver

Car Make and Model

STATE

2

Thunder Road Racing Team Australia

Don Dimitriadis

Ford Mustang

NSW

4

Crutcher Developments

Mark Crutcher

Howe Dodge Challenger

NSW

5

Kubota Racing

Matthew Mackelden

Howe Mustang

QLD

6

Kubota Racing

Hugh Mcalister

Howe Mustang

NSW

7

Kulig Engineering

Michael Kulig

Chev Camaro

QLD

10

Morgans Investment Consultants

Peter Robinson

Dodge Challenger

QLD

11

Kobelca/ Sydney Truck and Machinery

Michael Coulter

Ford Mustang

NSW

14

Caddy Storage Systems Equipment Services Australia

Cameron Sendall

Camaro

QLD

20

Tooth Brush Dentists

Darren Berry

TA2 Camaro

QLD

22

Lighthouse Electrical

Ashley Jarvis

TA2 Camaro

QLD

24

Tenkate Plant Hire

Anthony Tenkate

TA2 Ford Mustang

QLD

28

Every-day Finance Solutions

Tim Tritton

TA2 Mustang

QLD

29

Gulf Western Oils

Nathan Herne

TA2 Challenger Replica

NSW

33

Team Natcorp

Chris La Rosa

Ford Mustang

NSW

35

Miedecke Motorsport

George Miedecke

Ford Mustang

NSW

44

Greg Willis

Greg Willis

Chev Camaro

QLD

45

South Eastern European Prestige Vehicles

Simon Tabinor

Ford Mustang

VIC

49

Ranger Racing/ Allgate Auto Doors

Christopher Formosa

Dodge Challenger

NSW

55

Russel Wright

Russel Wright

Ford Mustang

QLD

71

SNB Racing

Warren Trewin

Chev Camaro

VIC

74

Retro Motorsport/ Underground Civil Supplies

Murray Kent

TA2 Camaro

QLD

77

Elite Smash Repairs Erina

Bill Robinson

TA2 Mustang Replica

NSW

88

Castrol/ Harris Racing

Aaron Seton

Ford Mustang

QLD

95

Ram Trucks Port Macquarie

Andrew Miedecke

Dodge Challenger

NSW

555

Dream Racing Australia

George Elliot

TA2 Camaro

NSW

777

Dream Racing Australia

Craig Scutella

TA2 Camaro

NSW

888

Warren Wadley/ Wadley Property Group

Warren Wadley

TA2 Mustang

QLD


ENTRY LIST No.

Sponsor

Driver

Car Made and Model

6

Oneworld Superyacht Charters

Rod Salmon

Audi R8 LMS

7

The Bend Motorsport Park

Yasser Shahin

Lamborghini Gallardo LP-560-4

7

The Bend Motorsport Park

Sam Shahin

Lamborghini Gallardo LP-560-4

9

FRS

Matthew Turnbull

Lamborghini Gallardo LP-560-4

15

ULX 110 Motor Oil

Keith Wong

Porsche GT3 Cup (997)

16

MPD Steak Kitchen

Vic Zagame

Audi R8 LMS GT4

20

Local Search

Adam Hargraves

MARC II

22

CCC Polished Concrete

Rick Mensa

Porsche GT3 Cup (997)

23

KFC Motorsport

Matt Stoupas

Audi R8 LMS (2014)

24

KFC Motorsport

Garry Higgon

Audi R8 LMS (2016)

34

Motorsport Leasing Pty Ltd

John Morriss

Porsche 911 GT3R

Brett Niall

MARC I

54 63

Koala Furniture

Ross Lilley

Audi R8 LMS (2014)

66

GaP Solutions.com.au / Sektor

John Goodacre

MARC

69

Audi Sport Customer Racing

James Koundouris

Audi R8 LMS (2015)

69

Audi Sport Customer Racing

Theo Koundouris

Audi R8 LMS (2015)

70

Supaloc Racing

Kevin Weeks

Ford GT (2008)

73

Showergrate

Peter Corbett

Lamborghini Gallardo LP-560-4

80

Mornington Mazda Racing

Tony Groves

MARC I

Keith Kassulke

MARC II

91 92

Gladrock Transport

Jason Busk

MARC I

93

Grand Prix Mazda

Jake Camilleri

MARC I

94

Herron Todd White Valuers

Bradley Neill

MARC I

95

Taunton Motorsport

Geoff Taunton

MARC I

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ENTRY LIST No.

Sponsor

Driver

Car Make and Model

STATE

5

ABR Signs Roberts Academy

Andrew Roberts

Dallara F304

SA

6

Cosmetic Medical Center

Roman Krumins

Dallara F307

QLD

8

Magro Farming Co

Jhon Magro

Dallara F308/11

QLD

17

Mcdonalds Toowoomba

Joshua Buchan

Dallara F308/11

QLD

22

Hammersley Australia

Gerrit Ruff

Dallara F305

SA

27

Wiltec Industries

Shane Wilson

Dallara F308/11

QLD

34

Sea-Trek KCK Lubricants

Rielly Brook

Mygale MO7

QLD

37

Mcdonalds Toowoomba

Richard Peasey

Dallara F307

QLD

Ross Mcalpine

Mygale M11

NSW

Ryan Astley

Dallara F204

QLD

Ian Shelby-James

TBA

81 99 TBA

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ENTRY LIST No.

Sponsor

Driver

Car Make and Mode

STATE

2

Team Sonic

Angelo Mouzouris

MygaleSJ18A

VIC

3

Team Sonic

Courtney Prince

Mygale SJ011

VIC

4

Team Sonic

Jay Hanson

Mygale SJ010A06

VIC

5

Team Sonic

Callum Hedge

Mygale SJ10A

NZ

10

Team Soutar

Zac Soutar

Mygale 5J13

VIC

14

Purple Sector/Southern Star Truck Centre

Lachlan Mineef

Mygale SJ10A

NSW

23

BF Racing/Castrol

Hank Perkins

Mygale SJ10A

QLD

27

Paul Di Biase/Di Biase Cabinetry

Paul Di Biase

Spectrum 011B

SA

29

Ian Shelby-James

Ian Shelby-James

Mygale SJ11

SA

36

WP Concreting

Cody Burcher

Spectrum 012B

NSW

44

Matthew Woodland/TCM Motorsport

Samuel Woodland

Van Dieman RF06

SA

47

Tegra Australia

Thomas Sargent

Mygale SJ2012A

NSW

53

Matthew Woodland/TCM Motorsport

Matthew Woodland

Mygale SJ09a

SA

60

Cody Donald/KMB Motorsport/3DRacelog

Cody Donald

Spectrum014B

VIC

88

BF Racing/True Grid

Harrison Goodman

Mygale SJ2009a

QLD

98

Conor Nicholson

Conor Nicholson

Spectrum 011b

VIC

TBA

State Fleet Services

Matthew Roesler

Spectrum 011C

SA

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ENTRY LIST No.

Sponsor

Driver

Car Make and Mode

STATE

2

Cowley Security Australia

Ian Cowley

Commodore

Vic

3

B & M Banks Solid Plastering

Craig Hendrick

Celica GT4

NSW

7

Trik Trailers

Paul Cornell

WRX

Vic

8

Hunter Valley Spray Booths

Brett Mitchell

Austruck silverado

NSW

9

Ambler Direct

Casey Ambler

Silvia S13

NSW

14

Truckrite/ Phoenix Lubricants/ Aus Fleet

Cameron McKee

Au XR6

Vic

17

Chris Milton Engine Developments MDR Motorsport PPG

Myles Bond

RS2000 Escort

SA

18

Cable Source/ Truckphones.com.au/ Racefuels/ Formula Bookkeeping/ Phoenix Lubricants

Brent Edwards

Falcon XR6

Vic

19

Twin City Roller Doors

Mark Tracey

E36

NSW

22

Fifth Gear/ Ultimate Tunes/ Goodyear

Daniel Flanagan

EVO VIII

ACT

25

Auto One Albury

Matt Chahda

Magna

NSW

26

The Groove Train Greensborough

Vin Stenta

Skyline R32 GTR

Vic

27

Reliance Mechanical/ Engine Master Australia

Cory Gillett

S13

NSW

30

Focus Environmental

Jon Lawson

STI

Vic

31

Heinrich Performance & Tuning

Joel Henrich

Au falcon

SA

33

Andrew Goldman

Andrew Goldman

WRX

Vic

38

Blackwell Race Engines/ GMG Automative Services

Gavin Ross

VT COMMODORE

Vic

55

AGH Plumbing/ Jodee's Home Care/ Cowley Security

Tony Heasly

Commodore

Vic

57

MIPA Australia/ Breeze Logistics

Corey Walton

Falcon

Vic

59

AW Automatics

Andrew Williams

Torana LJ XU-1

Vic

65

Nuline Homes

Rick Newman

Falcon

Vic

66

Ben's Motors Benalla/ Warehouse Cuts Benalla

Joe Stickland

Commodore

Vic

69

Prima Finance

Merrick Malouf

Ute

NSW

79

Rook Finance/ Customer Sport and Restoration

John Ristevski

RX8

Vic

94

Truckrite/ Phoenix Lubricants

David Shaw

EB XR6

Vic

98

Rapid Performance Parts

Peter Ryder

S13 Silvia

Vic

144

Men in Sheds

Daniel Van Der Heyden

VN

Vic

333

FFS Motorsport

Scott McGuinness

Mx5

Vic

666

FFS Motorsport

Jack Porritt

S13

Vic


ENTRY LIST No.

Sponsor

Driver

Car Make and Mode

STATE

1

Ric Shaw Racing

Ric Shaw

Mazda RX8

NSW

2

Charlies Run 4 Kids

Dani Cashion

Mazda RX8

NSW

7

Exclusive Switchboards

William Harris

Mazda RX8

NSW

12

Nick Dunkley

Nick Dunkley

Mazda RX8

NSW

13

Andrew O'keefe

Andrew O'Keefe

Mazda RX8

NSW

22

S-Sport Racing

Jason Miller

Mazda RX8

NSW

23

Butters Motorsports- Continental Appliance Repairs

Matthew Butters

Mazda RX8

VIC

27

Chine Merchant Bank

Terry Lewis

Mazda RX8

NSW

44

Justintime Auto Glass

Justin Barnes

Mazda RX8

NSW

55

S-Sport Racing

Sam Silvestro

Mazda RX8

NSW

66

Allstars Racing

Jake Lougher

Mazda RX8

NSW

80

South East Quarries & Landscaping

Maisie Place

Mazda RX8

NSW

85

S-Sport Racing

Ben Silvestro

Mazda RX8

NSW

88

Mclaine Motorsport

Stephen McLaine

Mazda RX8

NSW

91

Harris Race Radios

Aaron Prosser

Mazda RX8

QLD

96

Wet4u Race Fairings

Paul Grant-Mitchell

Mazda RX8

NSW

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ENTRY LIST No.

Sponsor

Driver

Car Make and Mode

STATE

15

Budget

Cameron Hudson

BMW E30

VIC

19

Makulu Vehicle Storage

Jesse Bryan

BMW E30

VIC

22

Insight Systems/ Bell Motorsport

Alex Jory

BMW E30

VIC

25

Betadeal Home Loans

Donovan Mollenhagen

BMW E30R

VIC

27

Transrock/ U Panel

Brian Bourke

BMW E30

VIC

43

AVIS

Jeremy Payne

BMW E30

VIC

54

Red Rocket Racing

Paul Shiff

BMW E30

VIC

55

Red Rocket Racing

Simon Shiff

BMW E30

VIC

78

Freeman Racing

Tim Freeman

BMW E30

VIC

No.

Sponser

Driver

Car Make and Mode

STATE

3

SRT Sieders Racing

Glenn Hancox

Holden Ve Ute

NSW

13

SRT Sieders Racing

Colin Sieders

Holden Ve Ute

NSW

21

Corowa Kitchens & Cabinets

Clint Henderson

Holden Ve Ute

NSW

69

Red Express

Charlie Kovacs

Holden Ve Ute

SA

88

Williams Race Tech

Wayne Williams

Ford Fg Ute

SA

No.

Sponsor

Driver

Car Make and Mode

STATE

73

Futura Trailers

Andrew Whiteside

Porsche 911 IROC

VIC

Amanda Sparks

Porsche 911 IROC

SA

TBA

20 THE BEND AWAITS


Officials list

Duty

Name

Series Manager

Keven Stoopman

Series Administrator

Prue Payne

Clerk of Course

Daryl McHugh

Assistant Clerk of Course

Paul Trengrove

Chief Steward

Gary Gourlay

Series Commentator

Lachie Mansell

Timing

Ian Leech/Denise Leech/Lucy Hatton

Race/Flag Comms

Kevin Watson

Starter

TBA

Pit Lane Chief

Caitlin Sartori

Chief Scrutineer

Alan Brown

Chief Flagmarsall

Kevin Watson

Safety Car/Scrutineer

Lee Davis

Scrutineers

Alan Brown Cindy Davis

Pit Exit

Peter Nicholas

Pre Grid

Jen Strickland

Flagmarshalls/Marshalls

Debra Hills Maurice Hann Kirsty Lord Peter Marsh Peter Newey Hayden Hills Aron Broadfoot Rod Clee

Medical

Event Medical Team

Fire/Rescue

Women for Wheels

Fire Chief

Damien Pugsley

Recovery

Mark Lee


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