Issue #3 2013 EDITION 35 Chill Perth 360
V8s LIGHT UP THE WILD WEST!
Will breakts through for Ford in NZ Mustang Sally primed for Perth Shootout ++ More
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WELCOME I would like to officially welcome you to our Doric corporate suite for what should be a spectacular weekend of racing. As you know FPR driver Will Davison is a Doric ambassador and a proud member of the Doric family. We will continue our association with Will for this year and we wish him all the best as he races for victory this weekend. Our Doric Racing family had a brilliant run in 2012 with all bar one of our sponsored teams, drivers and riders taking victories, so let’s hope that continues this year.
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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’
Doric is proud of our various associations in motorsport, with the 2013 season marking Doric’s tenth straight year delivering money can’t buy experiences for our valued clients & staff. Our sponsorship of Ford Performance Racing (FPR) has taken our brand exposure to a new level & helped raise the professionalism & image of the Doric brand. Drivers Will Davison & Mark Winterbottom are great ambassadors and we are proud to be associated with such a professional and front running team.
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We have received some fantastic coverage from the Doric logos placed on the inside of the car and on Will’s racing suit, and we hope that continues again this year. Our longest running ambassador is motorsport legend John Bowe. JB drove for PCR in his final season on the V8 Supercar circuit in 2007 & we have supported JB in his current venture in the Touring Car Masters series driving ‘Mustang Sally’. JB is entertaining, engaging & a legend who continues to deliver value for the Doric business.
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I look forward to speaking with you here at track and moving forward in business together.
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We hope you enjoy your day at the race track with Doric; it is a pleasure to host you in our private suite.
General Manager, Doric Products
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Doric Team Honda Racing will have a new rider this year, with young gun Josh Hook joining Jamie Stauffer in the team for the upcoming Australian Superbike Championship. We wish them all the best for the season. Motorsport is competitive, exciting, passionate & innovative, we at Doric stand for all those values, and as the slogan says, Doric are the Innovators.
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Doric is the largest privately owned hardware manufacturer in Australia supplying innovative and industry leading door and window hardware for Residential, Commercial, Timber, Security & Architectural applications. Doric was established in 1972 by current directors Ray Long & Roy Alchin as a tiny brass manufacturer based in Annandale, Sydney. Doric has since grown into a multi national organisation with offices in every capital city in Australia, New Zealand, Asia Pacific & North America
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WINNER WINNER CHICKEN DINNER
Doric racer Will Davison heads into the V8 Supercar Championship weekend in Perth full of confidence after recording his first win of the season in New Zealand last month. In a wild weekend of racing at the revamped Pukekohe Park Raceway, Davison had success in the third race, which was also the first victory for Ford in the new Car of the Future era. The big points haul across the Tasman has seen the Pepsi Max Crew FPR driver take a 31 point series lead over defending Champion Jamie Whincup. “We have made good inroads with the car, which is the main thing at this early point
in the year,” Will Davison said. “We are racing hard and smart and that is proving to be the right thing, but the main focus remains improving the car in all areas.” Davison is hoping to continue his impressive form this weekend, which has seen him finish on the podium in three out of nine races this year. “I am looking forward to heading back to Perth because I had great success at Barbagallo Raceway last year with two victories. “The race for this year’s V8 Supercar title is just heating up, so every point is going to be crucial at this early stage.”
Mark Winterbottom’s frustrating start to the 2013 V8 Supercar Championship continued in Auckland, New Zealand last month. A 13th place finish was the best result for the Pepsi Max Crew FPR driver in the four races across the Tasman, despite good speed from his Ford Falcon. Tyre issues in two of the weekend’s races and contact with Jamie Whincup’s race car during Sunday’s opening race, saw Winterbottom slip down the field and out of podium contention. “I have never had a weekend like I did in Auckland, in my career. I don’t know how to view it because my car was so quick
there and without that, we wouldn’t have had much to show,” Mark Winterbottom said. Winterbottom is only nine points outside the top 10 on the V8 Supercar Championship table and knows success in Perth this weekend will be crucial to his title aspirations. “I need to ensure that we can use our speed in Perth and get good results because it’s one of the closest V8 Supercar seasons I can remember. “After getting a race win at Barbagallo Raceway last year, I am confident I can get back inside the top 10 this weekend.”
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John Bowe is hoping to extend his unbeaten start to the 2013 Touring Car Masters Series at Barbagallo Raceway in Perth this weekend. The Doric racer dominated the first round of the series at Sydney Motorsport Park in March aboard his Ford Mustang, winning all three races and recording a commanding series lead. “I’m extremely pleased, and to start the series with three race wins is an excellent result. In any motorsport competition good people, good engines and good teamwork make it happen, and we have got all of that this year,” John Bowe said. “My car ‘Mustang Sally’ is better than it has ever been and it’s nice to know that you have good gear under you.” This weekend will be the first time a round of the Touring Car Masters Series will be held in the west in two years. Bowe is looking forward to returning to Barbagallo Raceway and knows he will have a fight on his hands to remain the series leader. “It’s going to be a tough weekend in Perth because a couple of strong rivals will return and they will bring fast new race cars. However I am up for the challenge and I know with my great team behind me, I can finish at the top of the field.”
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UP&DOWN AT SYMMONS
Doric Team Honda Racing riders had a mixed start to the 2013 Australian Superbike Championship in Tasmania last month. In the opening round at Symmons Plains, Jamie Stauffer just missed out on a podium after he finished fourth in both of the weekend’s races. “It wasn’t the start to the season I was hoping for in Tasmania. Trouble in the Superpole made us miss the third session and that meant I couldn’t start from the front row,” Jamie Stauffer said “I got really good starts in both races and was pretty consistent for a while, however my pace wasn’t quite there. Hopefully I can find the extra speed before the next round in Queensland in June.” Team mate Josh Hook was also unlucky not to finish on the podium in Tasmania. He recorded two fifth place finishes despite an early crash. “The crash in the opening race at Symmons Plains was unfortunate because I was feeling really good on my Honda CBR1000RR and thought I could battle for a podium,” Josh Hook said. “Overall I was pretty happy with my performance in Tasmania and to end the weekend in the top five has given me a lot of confidence heading into the next round.” Round three of the Australian Superbike Championship will be held at Queensland Raceway from June 14 to 16.
2013 ASBK POINTS 1. Glen Allerton 2. Wayne Maxwell 3. Robbie Bugden 4. Jamie Stauffer 5. Josh Hook
51 points 40 36 34 32
2013 V8SC POINTSCORE 1. Will Davison 2. Jamie Whincup 3. Craig Lowndes 4. Garth Tander 5. Fabian Coulthard 6. Jason Bright 7. Shane Van Gisbergen 8. James Courtney 9. Jonathon Webb 10. Scott McLaughlin 11. Mark Winterbottom
697 points 666 591 553 552 539 532 510 477 457 448
V8SC TEAM POINTSCORE 1. Red Bull Racing Australia 1197 2. Pepsi Max Crew FPR Ford1145 3. Brad Jones Racing 1106 4. Holden Racing Team 1078 5. Tekno Autosports 1009 6. Fujitsu Racing GRM 775 7. Norton 360 Racing 632 8. Jack Danielâ€™s Racing 529 9. Lucas Dumbrell Motorsport 509 10. Erebus Motorsport 457
WILL- CLIPSAL 500 PODIUM
WILL- AGP PODIUM
FROSTY - TASMANIA POLE & PODIUM
2013 TCM POINTSCORE 1. John Bowe 2. Jim Richards 3. Andrew Miedecke 4. Eddie Abelnica 5. Paul Freestone 6. Adam Bressington 7. Greg Crick =8. Michael Almond =8. Gavin Bullas 10. Brett Youlden
180 pts 156 150 143 132 127 114 105 105 93
STRONG START FOR DORIC RACERS IN 2013
WILL - NZ VICTORY!
HI TO EVERYONE AT HOME
WILL HAMS IT UP FOR THE CAMERAS AFTER TAKING FORD’S FIRST VICTORY OF THE COTF ERA IN NEW ZEALAND.
WILLâ€™s POOL ROOM 1 The Surf Board from winning on the Gold Coast last year.
2 In the British Formula Renault championship in 2002, my first season out of Formula Ford in Australia. This is on the Brands Hatch GP track.
3 My helmet from my season in A1 Grand Prix, 2005-2006. My best feature race result was sixth in Portugal & Australia.
JBâ€™s POOL ROOM
1 40 years is a long time to be involved in motorsport!
2 In the ATCC for DJR at Calder Park in 1996.
3 Racing in the Australian GT Championship at Phillip Island in a Lamboghini Gallardo... great little car
4 Racing for BJR on Gold Coast... itâ€™s great to see them being rewarded with some on track success this season.
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The 2012 V8 Supercar Championship weekend at the redeveloped Barbagallo Raceway in Perth, was a memorable one for Doric racers. Will Davison recorded two race wins in the west, as he continued his impressive start to last year’s season. What was more amazing is the two race victories came the day after Davison’s Ford Falcon suffered major suspension damage, after contact with Garth Tander’s race car forced him to finish at the back of the field. Davison praised the efforts of the FPR team to get his car repaired and so competitive for the final two races after a horror start to the weekend. FPR team mate Mark ‘Frosty’ Winterbottom also had a memorable weekend across the Nullarbor in 2012. Frosty won the opening race of the weekend and finished on the podium in the other two races. The impressive results helped Winterbottom move into third position in the Championship standings behind Davison. In the Australian Superbike Championship, Doric rider Jamie Stauffer had a tough weekend at Barbagallo Raceway and just missed out on a podium in the final race in Perth.
This weekend the V8 Supercars head west to Barbagallo Raceway in Perth for round four of the Championship. The tough and tight 2.42 kilometre circuit has proven to be a successful one for Doric racers, with Will Davison and Mark Winterbottom winning six out of the last 11 races on this track. Both drivers will be looking for another race win in Perth this weekend and could prove hard to beat, if they can continue to get good speed from their Ford Falcons. However the Pepsi Max Crew FPR team mates need to watch out for
Craig Lowndes, who has dominated the Perth track over the past decade. The multiple Bathurst winner has recorded 13 race victories at Barbagallo Raceway, which is nine more than any other current V8 Supercar driver. In the Touring Car Masters Series, Doric racer John Bowe will be the favourite this weekend in Perth after his dominant performance in the last round. Bowe is in some of the best form of his career and after his unbeaten start to the season, could prove unstoppable at Barbagallo Raceway.
Weekend Format- 60/60 Super Sprint on Saturday with a rolling start, two sprint races Sunday with a pair of qualifying sessions Seven turns, 2.411km long First race meeting was held in March 1969 The circuit hosted the 1979 Australian Grand Prix
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2013 V8SC CALENDAR Races 1 & 2 Clipsal 500, March 2-3 Races 3 - 5 Symmon Plains, April 6-7 Races 6 & 7 Pukekohe Park, Aprril 13-14 Races 8 - 10 Barbagallo Raceway, May 4-5 Races 11 & 12 Circuit of the Americas, Texas, May 18-19 Races 13 - 15 Hidden Valley Raceway, June 15-16 Races 16 & 17 Townsville, July 6-7 Races 18 - 20 Queensland Raceway, July 27-28 Races 21 - 23 Winton Motor Raceway, August 24-25 Race 24 Sandown 500, September 15 Race 25 Bathurst 1000, October 13 Races 26 & 27 Gold Coast 600, October 26-27 Races 28 - 30 Phillip Island, November 23-24 Races 31 & 32 Homebush, Sydney, November 30-Decemeber 1
2013 ASBK CALENDAR Round 1- Phillip Island, Feb 22-24
Round 2- Symmons Plains, April 5-7 Round 3- Hidden Valley, April 18-21 Round 4- Queensland Raceway, June 14-16 Round 5 & 6- Sydney Motorsport Park August 1-4 Round 7- Phillip Island, October 4-6
2013 TCM CALENDAR Round 1- Sydney Motorsport Park March 9-10 Round 2- Barbagallo Raceway May 3-5 Round 3- Hidden Valley June 14-16 Round 4- Queensland Raceway July 27-28 Round 5- Sydney Motorsport Park August 30 - September 1 Round 6- Sandown Raceway September 13-15 Round 7- Bathurst October 10-13 Round 8- Phillip Island November 23-24
FRIDAY May 3rd Start Time
Touring Car Masters
Practice - Part 1
Practice - Part 2
Touring Car Masters
Practice - Part 3
Race 1 - 10 laps
SATURDAY May 4th Start Time
Touring Car Masters
Practice - Part 4
Race 2 - 10 laps
Race 1 - 14 laps
Touring Car Masters
Race 1 - 14 laps
Race 1 - 18 laps
Race 10 - 50 laps
Race 2 - 16 laps
Race 2 - 10 laps
SUNDAY May 5th Start Time
Race 3 - 10 laps
Qualifying - Race 11
Qualifying - Race 12
Race 2 - 18 laps
Race 3 - 10 laps
Race 11 - 42 laps
Touring Car Masters
Race 2 - 14 laps
Race 3 - 14 laps
Race 12 - 42 laps
Race 3 - 20 laps
Touring Car Masters
Race 3 - 14 laps
YOUR DORIC RACERS THIS WEEKEND:
V8SC Will Davison
TCM John Bowe
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