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Issue #2 2012 EDITION 27

ITM 400, Hamilton April 20-22

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Ford Performance Racing /FordPerformanceRacing @FPR_Australia

Team Norton DJR

/TeamNortonDJR @TeamNortonDJR

Team Honda Racing

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All About Doric Welcome and intro to the Doric story

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V8 News Update Catch up on all of the latest V8 Supercar news for season 2012

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John Bowe Update JB & the #18 Mustang are back to defend the TCM title in 2012

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Honda Racing Update Jamie Stauffer and Wayne Maxwell are looking for big results for the factory Honda outfit

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Weekend Preview Bone up on the track facts of theHamilton Street Circuit

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Doric Racing History Did you know that Doric has been involved in motorsport sponsorship dating back to 2004?

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Anatomy of a V8 What’s beneath the skin of a V8 Supercar and makes the beast tick?

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Entry List

22 Will Davison Profile

@TeamHondaRacing

24 Managing Editor- Tom Arciuli Doric Marketing & Sponsorship Manager 0449 904 870 tom@doric.com.au Production & DesignMedia & Communication Services (03) 9226 6666 www.mediacomservices.com.au

www.doric.com.au

Will loves a bit of Superbad on the big screen

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James Moffat Profile

Moff- as formally seen stocking shelves at a newsagency!

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John Bowe Profile JB- too many titles to mention

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Stats & Calendar

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Weekend Schedule

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Welcome Doric is proud of our various associations in motorsport, with the 2012 season marking Doric’s ninth straight year of delivering money can’t buy experiences for our staff and valued clients. This year sees our Doric Racing family remain intact from 2011, with our main involvement being our support of standout V8 Supercar squad, Ford Performance Racing. Will Davison and Mark Winterbottom are two of the brightest shining stars in Australian motorsport, and we are sure that they will once again fly the Doric flag proudly.

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Doric Products is Australia’s largest privately owned hardware manufacturer supplying innovative door and window hardware for residential, commercial and architectural applications. Doric has a network of branches located in capital cities and regional locations to provide the service and delivery standards our clients demand. Doric Products are the ‘Innovators of Hardware for Windows & Doors’, Doric has won two design awards in recent years at the AWA (Australian Window Assocation) Design Awards, they are: 2007 - Doric DH40 Adjustable Hinge - AWA Design Awards Winner ‘Most Innovative Component’ 2009 - Doric Mk 4 Chainwinder - AWA Design Awards Winner ‘Most Innovative Component’

FPR is a team on the rise, and we hope to receive some fantastic coverage with our logo placed in front of the team’s in-car cameras, as well as on the team uniforms and on Will’s helmet. James Moffat is a star in the making, his performances in his first full season last year for Dick Johnson Racing were outstanding. James is a star in the making, and has the right team behind him to get the job done. His number 18 machine is the very car that James Courtney drove to the championship victory in 2010, so keep an eye on our young charge as the season progresses. Speaking of legends, John Bowe is back for more in 2012 with his awesome Mustang in the Touring Car Masters. JB has won everything there is to win in Australian motorsport, and just keeps on keeping on. Last year he managed to add the TCM title to his long list of career achievements, and he will be looking to repeat the performance this year. Last but not least is Team Motologic in the Australian Superbike Championships. The team stays the same as last year- Jamie Stauffer and Wayne Maxwell on Hondas, with the combination proving successful in 2011. Under the leadership of Superbike guru Paul Free, Wayne and Jamie will be two to watch as the season goes on.

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Doric Products began operations above an old racehorse stable in 1970 as a tiny brass window fabricator under the guidance of the founding directors Ray Long and Roy Alchin. Doric has now expanded to a multinational private business servicing the Asia Pacific and North American regions, supplying the hardware industry with quality, innovative and market leading window and door hardware.

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Doric Products offers door and hardware for residential, commercial and architectural applications and Doric can provide product exclusivity through our start of the art computerised design process. Doric Products are designed, prototyped and cycle tested to ensure products we provide the market exceed market expectations for product quality. Doric provides users of Sliding Patio Door Hardware with PolesiumTM material locks, free from corrosion and handles the harsh Australian conditions without change over a life time of use. Doric’s DS177 Chainwinder has a lifetime warranty for corrosion and is a market leader with ONE Doric Chainwinder fitting all industry standard openings, reducing stock holdings and cost for the fabricator.

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ill Davison is proving to be the driver to beat in this year’s race for the V8 Supercar title. The Doric racer leads the Championship after he recorded wins in the first two race weekends of the year, at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide and at Symmons Plains in Tasmania. In fact Davison’s form has been so good, he has made it onto the podium in every Championship race this year. “I entered 2012 confident with the knowledge that we can win races and have a real crack at the title. Especially after our strong pace at the end of last year’s season,” Will Davison said. “It was fantastic to get wins so early on in the season, in both Adelaide and Tasmania, and to be able to prove to everyone that we will be a strong title chance this year. “After the great start we have had, we now just need to stay calm and stay true to what we are doing for the rest of the season.” However, Davison knows this weekend’s event in Hamilton will be a challenge, especially with defending Champion Jamie Whincup closing the gap, in the race for the title. With two race weekends completed, Davison is 18 points ahead of the second placed Whincup. “Jamie has always been a fierce competitor. But if I continue my good form this weekend, I know I’ll go a long way in my bid to claim my first ever V8 Supercars Championship,” a determined Davison said. “However, the last round in Tasmania showed we still have a few things to work on, and I intend to get them right in time for New Zealand.” Davison hasn’t won a race at the Hamilton street circuit in the event’s history. However, after a great start to the season, he is keen to get on the podium this weekend. “I love racing in New Zealand. It’s a great track, and I always love competing on street circuits. I am definitely determined to win my first ever race here, and keep our season moving in the right direction,” Davison said. “It’s such a great atmosphere during the event, and I am sure there will be another great turn out.”

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Moffat Makes Progress J

ames Moffat’s 2012 Championship campaign hasn’t started as he would have hoped. The Doric racer’s best result this year has been 12th, at the non-championship Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park.

Moffat currently sits 22nd on the Championship table. However, his team has been working hard to get more speed out of his car, and Moffat is confident he will still be able to break into the top 10 this year. “This year obviously hasn’t gone to plan so far, as we would have liked,” James Moffat said. “However, the team has been working really hard and I feel like I’m just starting to get more out of the car heading into Hamilton.” Moffat will be looking for more speed in Hamilton, as he tries to repeat last year’s performance at the street circuit, where he recorded his first top ten finish. “I can’t wait to get back on the track at Hamilton, and I am really looking forward to the challenge again. I like the conditions and atmosphere, and I am sure that will help push me along,” Moffat said.

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/JamesMoffatOfficial @J_Moffat


PS... Frosty wins as well!

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t has been a solid start to the season for Doric racer Mark Winterbottom, who is currently in third position on the Championship table.

Winterbottom dominated the non-championship Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park, in Melbourne. He won three out of the four races, to win the weekend overall. Winterbottom followed up his Albert Park victory with an impressive weekend at Symmons Plains in Tasmania, where he finished on the podium in race one, in second position. “I had a really good weekend in Melbourne, and if we can replicate that every weekend we will go far this year,” Mark Winterbottom said. “It was also great to get on the podium at Symmons Plains and at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, where I finished in second position in race one.” “I have one of the quickest cars on the track, and I just need to take advantage of that for the rest of the season. I need to start recording Championship race victories to make sure I am in the title hunt.” Winterbottom has made it onto the podium only once in Hamilton. He is determined to go better this weekend, and push for a race win. “Hamilton is a place I like coming back to, because the racing is fast and the crowds are great,” Winterbottom said. “I am extremely keen to get a Championship race win on the board, and close the gap between myself, Holden’s Jamie Whincup and teammate Will Davison.”

/Mark-Winterbottom @MWinterbottom

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/John-Bowe

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JB Starts 2012 with a win at Clipsal

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ohn Bowe has got off to the perfect start this season as he aims to defend his 2011 Touring Car Masters title.

Bowe dominated the opening round of the Series at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, where he won two out of the three races. “When you win the round it’s a good thing to achieve. The car has always been good here, it suits the circuit,” John Bowe said. “The only hiccup in Adelaide was that we sustained damage to the bonnet. We were really surprised when we had a supporter lend me the bonnet of his ’69 Mustang from his road car, which is just amazing to have that support.” Bowe’s car which is nicknamed ‘Mustang Sally’ had a makeover before the first event of the season in Adelaide. Every part of ‘Sally’ was dismantled and rebuilt, she was also given a new and improved engine. “Sally went really well in the opening race of the season. She is running as smooth as ever,” Bowe said. The next event on the Touring Car Masters calendar is at Phillip Island in May, where Bowe is keen to keep his early season success going.

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“This series just keeps getting better with all the cars and drivers lifting their game. The competition is definitely getting tighter and each race is becoming more of a workout!

“I haven’t raced Sally at Phillip Island in a long time, so I’m keen to see how she goes here.”

Off the track and Bowe has been busy visiting family in America and attending the Australian Grand Prix at Albert Park.

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Solid Start for Honda Racing Duo

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oric riders Wayne Maxwell and Jamie Stauffer have made a good start to their 2012 Australian Superbike Championship campaigns.

At the opening event of the season at Phillip Island, Maxwell won his first race of the year. Teammate Stauffer also managed a podium finish in race two, where he finished third. “What an opening weekend at Phillip Island! After I didn’t finish race one because of a radiator leak, it was nice to bounce back in race two and take the chequered flag,” Wayne Maxwell said. “It was definitely good in the opening round to signal my intentions to the other riders, with a race win. I am desperate to win the championship!” “It was really good to finish round one with a positive result. I was fast in practice and qualifying and although I’m never happy unless I’m winning races, to be third in the championship at this point is fine,” Jamie Stauffer said. Maxwell and Stauffer head to Hidden Valley in Darwin this weekend for round two of the Championship. It is a fast, 2.9 kilometre circuit with a long front straight and plenty of passing opportunities for riders around the twisty back section. The Doric riders are keen to back up their impressive performances at Phillip Island this weekend, and close the gap on current Championship leader Josh Waters. “I always like racing in Darwin, and I can’t wait to get started this weekend,” Maxwell said. “I am very keen to win back to back races and I am confident I’ll be able to close in on the Championship leader.” “I know I can win my first championship race at Hidden Valley this weekend. It’s a circuit I like racing at, and I am sure I will do well here,” Stauffer said.

@JamieStauffer27 @WayneMaxwell47

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Circuit Length: 3.4km Direction: Clockwise

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Ave Speed: 141km/h Top Speed 248km/h Lap Record: 1:22.8973s

Hamilton Preview Hamilton is a genuine street circuit in the middle of the city’s business district. It is fast and free flowing, and should provide some excellent racing conditions, with plenty of passing opportunities for drivers. Doric Racer Will Davison has never recorded a podium finish in Hamilton. However, if his impressive form continues, which he displayed with race wins in Adelaide and Tasmania, he will be hard to beat. Mark Winterbottom is also one of the front runners for the event. His speed

on the street circuit at Albert Park in Melbourne proved he is going to be a title contender this year, and should have some good speed in Hamilton.

won four races on this track, which is more than any other driver. Whincup will almost certainly feature on the podium again this weekend.

Last year James Moffat scored his first ever top ten V8 Supercar finish in Hamilton, where he came in ninth. Moffat will be edging towards another top 10 finish this weekend and will be keen to improve his championship ranking.

Local hope Shane Van Gisbergen will be another driver to watch. The New Zealander won race two last year and sent the crowd into a frenzy. He will be hoping to win back to back races in front of his home fans.

Holden’s Jamie Whincup has dominated the Hamilton street circuit in the event’s short history. He has

Sadly for fans and drivers, this will be the last V8 Supercars event in Hamilton. It will head to a different location next year.

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1-2 for FPR & Doric Will Davison led home Mark Winterbottom for a 1-2 result in the recent third race of the Series at Symmons Plains Raceway in Tasmania

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oric has been involved in V8 Racing since 2004. Doric moved into Motor Racing as a way of building relationships with their clients, and entertaining their guests in an exciting, fast paced environment, with money can’t buy experiences. Rupprecht Motorsports was Doric’s first partner in V8 Supercar Racing, a partnership that lasted four rounds in the 2004 season. 2005 Doric forged a partnership with PCR & Team Principal Paul Cruickshank, a relationship that lasted a total of six seasons. 2005 was Doric’s first year with PCR which was also in the V8 Development Series. Phil Scifleet drove for PCR and had a successful season, finishing 6th in the championship, recording five wins along the way. 2006 saw Doric and PCR moved up to the main V8 championship series. Doric moved from title sponsor to associate sponsor, taking up a spot on the front spoiler and also the rear of the car, the same sponsorship space that was used for several seasons. Doric continued to sponsor PCR in 2009 in its new identity of Wilson Security Racing. A Doric sponsored car graced the podium for the first time in the hands of Fabian Coulthard at the Symmons Plains Raceway round that year. The 2010 Doric Racing program incorporated Tim Slade in the #47 Wilson Security Racing V8 Supercar, #18 John Bowe in the Touring Car Masters Series, #99 James Moffat in the V8 Development Series, as well #27 Jamie Stauffer and #33 Jordan Burgess riding Doric Ducati’s in the Australian Superbike Championship. 2011 saw the Doric Racing program move its support behind leading title chance, Ford Performance Racing, with their drivers Will Davison and Mark Winterbottom. James Moffat stepped up to the main V8 Championship with reigning champions Dick Johnson Racing, while Wayne Maxwell joined Jamie Stauffer at Team Motologic, with the outfit moving to Hondas in the Australian Superbike championship. John Bowe will again be flew the Doric flag, with his awesome Mustang in the Touring Car Masters Series. For 2012, the Doric Racing family remained unchanged.

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V8s By the Numbers

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Entry List Car # Driver

Team Car

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Jamie Whincup

TeamVodafone Holden

2

Garth Tander

Toll Holden Racing Team

Holden

3

Tony D’Alberto

Tony D’Alberto Racing

Ford

4

Lee Holdsworth

IRWIN Racing

Ford

5

Mark Winterbottom

Orrcon Ford Performance Racing

Ford

6

Will Davison

Trading Post Ford Performance Racing

Ford

7

Todd Kelly

Jack Daniel’s Racing

Holden

8

Jason Bright

Team BOC

Holden

9

Shane Van Gisbergen

SP Tools Racing

Ford

11

Karl Reindler

Fair Dinkum Sheds Racing

Holden

12

Dean Fiore

Jim Beam Racing

Ford

14

Fabian Coulthard

Brad Jones Racing

Holden

15

Rick Kelly

Jack Daniel’s Racing

Holden

17

Steven Johnson

Jim Beam Racing

Ford

18

James Moffat

Team Norton DJR

Ford

19

Jonothan Webb

Teckno Autosports

Ford

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David Wall

Wilson Security Racing

Holden

22

James Courtney

Toll Holden Racing Team

Holden

30

Taz Douglas

Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport

Holden

33

Alexandre Premat

Fujitsu Racing

Holden

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Michael Caruso

Fujitsu Racing

Holden

47

Tim Slade

Lucky 7 Racing

Ford

49

Steve Owen

VIP Petfoods Racing

Ford

51

Greg Murphy

Pepsi Max Crew

Holden

55

David Reynolds

The Bottle-O Rod Racing Team

Ford

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Russell Ingall

Supercheap Auto Racing

Holden

91

Michael Patrizi

Tekno Autosport

Holden

888 Craig Lowndes

TeamVodafone Holden

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First race win for DJR at Eastern

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Will Davison Bio

Name: Will Daviso n Nicknames: Davo , Wilbo Born: 30th Augu st, 1982 Height: 180cm Weight: 76kg Place of Bir th: Melbourne, Victo ria Resides: Melbourn e, Victoria Favourite Car: F errari Enzo Favourite Food: Italian Favourite Movie: Superbad Favourite TV Sh ow: E Hobbies and Inte ntourage rests: Cycling, Je t Skiing, Dir t-b Water Skiing, Te ike riding, nnis Goals: To have a long and highly successful motors Spor ting Hero: por t career Lance Armstrong Motorspor t Hero : Ayr ton Senna Greatest Achieve ment: Testing Fo rmula 1 Personal Ambitio ns: To constantly improve and reac Best Advice Rece h higher goals ived: The harder you work the luc Always stay confi kier you get; dent in your own abilities Team: Ford Perf ormance Racing Car: Ford Falco n FG Number: 6

Will with Harry Kewell, Phillip Island ‘11

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On the Run!

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James Moffat Bio

Nickname: Moff Date of Bir th: 18 June 1984 Place of Bir th: Melbourne Lives: Mitcham, Vic Height: 180cm Weight: 82kg Marital Status: Girlfriend, Leah d, Interests: Just about any thing motorspor t relate Big Fan of Speedway, Cricket, Graphic Design, and Fishing Favourite Movie: The Hangover and Days of Thunder Favourite TV Show: Two and a Half Men Favourite Food: Pasta Music on my iPod: Midnight Oil, Powder finger ife Hero: Tony Stewart, Craig Lowndes and Mark Ska First Job: Stocking shelves at local Newsagency First Race Car: Formula Ford (Swift FB89) Favourite Circuit: Everyone says Bathurst for nd obvious reasons, but apart from that Phillip Isla V8 Greatest Achievement: Winning debut race in ar Supercars – Clipsal 500 2009 Fujitsu V8 Superc Series Greatest Personal Influence: My Uncle Best Advice Received: Never give up ing Significance of helmet design: I wanted someth simple that stands out with bright colours you Best par t of being a racing driver: Every time get a chance to pull the helmet on! Worst par t of being a racing driver: Getting involved in someone else’s accident through no fault of your own Superstitions: None Personal ambitions: Win Bathurst, V8 Supercar the Champion, Compete in the Le Mans 24 Hour and Daytona 24 Hour

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Championship titles ip 1971 Tasmanian Formula Vee Championsh 1984 Australian Drivers’ Championship 1985 Australian Drivers’ Championship 1986 Australian Sports Car Championship 1989 Bathurst 1000 1994 Bathurst 1000 1994 Sandown 500 ip 1995 Australian Touring Car Championsh 1995 Eastern Creek 12 Hour 1995 Sandown 500 2010 Bathurst 12 Hour 2011 Touring Car Masters Championship Runner Up 1979 Australian Formula 2 Championship 1979 Australian Drivers’ Championship 1980 Australian Drivers’ Championship 1982 Australian Drivers’ Championship 1987 Bathurst 1000 1987 Australian Sports Car Championship ip 1988 Australian Touring Car Championsh ip 1989 Australian Touring Car Championsh 1996 V8 Supercar Championship 1997 V8 Supercar Championship 1997 GT Production Car Championship 2003 Nations Cup 2009 Touring Car Masters Championship 2010 Touring Car Masters Championship V8 Supercar/ATCC Stats Race starts- 225 (record) Round wins- 15 Race wins- 22

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V8 Supercar Scorecard Event

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Clipsal

Grand Prix

Symmons

Hamilton

Barbagallo

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2nd

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1st

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3rd

4th

1st

3rd

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18th

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John Bowe- TCM Event 1

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Clipsal

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Championship Standings: 1. John Bowe - 176 pts, Andrew Miedecke -164, 3. Jim Richards - 148, 4. Bill Pye- 135, 5. Gavin Bullas- 133, 6. Mark King- 114, 7. Keith Kassulke- 111, 8. Brett Youlden- 105, 9. George Nittis- 81, 10. Bernie Stack- 75

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Championship Standings: 1. Will Davison- 567pts, 2. Jamie Whincup- 549, 3. Mark Winterbottom- 471, 4. Shane Van Gisbergen, 5. Lee Holdsworth- 387, 6. Garth Tander- 368, 7. Tim Slade- 357, 8. Craig Lowndes317, 9. Fabian Coulthard- 315, 10. Todd Kelly- 282, 22. James Moffat- 171. 5

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Darwin

T’Ville

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Sandown

Bathurst

Gold Coast

Abu Dhabi

TBA

Sydney

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Jun 1517

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Championship Standings: 1. Joshua Waters- 46pts, 2. Glenn Allerton- 36, 3. Jamie Stauffer - 35 , 4. Robert Bugden- 33, 5. Ben Attard- 31, 6. Ben Henry- 29, 7. Chris Trounson - 26, 8. Wayne Maxwell- 25, 9. Scott Charlton

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Friday April 20th Start Time

Finish Time

Category

Session Type

08:30

08:50

Muscle Cars

Practice

09:00

09:20

GT1 Sports Sedans

Practice

9:45

10:05

V8 Utes

Practice

10:40

11:10

V8 Supercars

Practice - Part 1

11:35

11:55

NZ V8’s

Practice

12:05

12:35

V8 Supercars

Practice - Part 2

12:50

13:10

GT1 Sports Sedans

Qualifying

13:45

14:15

V8 Supercars

Practice - Part 3

14:25

14:45

V8 Utes

Qualifying

14:55

15:15

Muscle Cars

Qualifying

15:25

15:55

V8 Supercars

Practice - Part 4

16:10

16:30

NZ V8’s

Qualifying

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Saturday April 21st Start Time

Finish Time

Category

Session Type

09:00

09:16

GT1 Sports Sedans

Race 1 - 8 laps

09:50

10:05

Muscle Cars

Race 1 - 8 laps

10:15

10:30

V8 Utes

Race 1 - 8 laps

11:10

11:30

V8 Supercars

Qualifying - all in

11:55

12:10

GT1 Sports Sedans

Race 2 - 8 laps

12:20

12:50

V8 Supercars

Top Ten Shootout

13:00

13:18

NZ V8’s

Race 1 - 10 laps

13:30

13:44

Muscle Cars

Race 2 - 8 laps

15:05

16:45

V8 Supercars

Race 5 - 59 laps

Sunday April 22nd Start Time

Finish Time

Category

Session Type

08:30

08:46

V8 Utes

Race 2 - 8 laps

08:55

09:15

NZ V8’S

Race 2 - 10 laps

09:55

10:13

GT1 Sports Sedans

Race 3 - 10 laps

11:40

11:55

V8 Utes

Race 3 - 8 laps

12:05

12:25

V8 Supercars

Qualifying

12:50

13:10

Muscle Cars

Race 3 - 10 laps

15:05

16:45

V8 Supercars

Race 6 - 59 laps

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DH40X Adjustable Hinge The aesthetically pleasing DH40X hinge has increased leaf thickness, new improved bushes and larger fixing screws creates confidence in the products strength and no other hinge on the market allows for adjustment once fitted like the DH40X. Features • Bi-directional fixing system provides vastly superior load carrying capabilities • The DH40X allows for doors to be adjusted vertically up to 6mm and horizontally by up to 6mm. • Maximum capacity with 3 hinges, doors up to 100kg & 1.2m wide • Neutral Spray tested to 1000 hours • Allows for up to 180° degree door opening capacity, meaning doors can be folded back against the wall for 100% opening.

Doric Racing - Hamilton 2012 Edition  

The latest news and previews from the Doric Racing family, for the third event of the 2012 V8 Supercar series.

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