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Edition #55 / Sydney 500 2016

SYDNEY SHOWDOWN

DORIC AND COWDROY ARE SET TO SHAKE THINGS UP IN SYDNEY

BY THE NUMBERS

Find out the numbers driving Australia’s leading hardware manufacturer

BRAINS + BRAWN

Doric is kicking goals on and off the track with an award for innovation


TWICE THE CONTROL WITH A TWIN CHAINWINDER

Hardware for Windows & Doors

Innovators of

The DN400 delivers the ultimate window control, with easy operation and installation in a secure key lockable configuration, as well as a stylish and easy to use large fold down lever for commercial and residential application.

Key Features & BeneFits

Self restriction to an opening distance of approx. 112mm in accordance with new industry standards

Tested and surpassed Neutral Salt Spray Testing in accordance with AS2331.3.1

Removable chain from sash plate to aid installation and to assist in cleaning – “ Chain Release”

Tested and surpassed over 5500 pascals of negative pressure

Suitable for use on residential and commercial applications

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WELCOME W

ELCOME TO the latest edition of Inside Line for the 2016 Sydney 500. This year we’ve changed the way we share our Doric and Cowdroy V8 Supercar Racing programs with you. Bigger and better than ever before, we’ve teamed up with front-running V8 Supercar outfit Tekno Autosports for the 2016 season. We’re very proud of these changes to our 2016 program. After introducing ALG sister company Cowdroy to our motorsport program last year, we’ve again seen significant Cowdroy branding on the outer livery of the #19 Holden Supercar throught the 2016 season. Doric branding has also featured on the inside of the racer and has been seen right around the world via the series’ extensive television coverage. We are also pleased to be able to continue our long relationship with V8 Supercar driver Will Davison, who has been behind the wheel at Tekno this year. It’s great to have Will on board once again as our Doric brand ambassador for the sixth consecutive year. He is such a big part of our racing family and we’re proud to stand beside him during this new venture at Tekno. We are also continuing our support of our longest running ambassador; motorsport legend John Bowe. We

have supported JB in the Touring Car Masters series for many years and it’s exciting to watch him strive to back up his 2015 series win. JB is entertaining, engaging and a legend who continues to deliver value for the Doric business. ALG is proud of our various associations in motorsport, with the 2016 season marking Doric’s 12th year delivering money can’t buy experiences for our valued clients and staff. Our sponsorships have taken our brand exposure to a new level and helped raise the professionalism and image of the Doric brand. Now we hope to continue this exposure for Cowdroy. Motorsport is competitive, exciting, passionate and innovative. The team

here at Doric and Cowdroy stand for all the same great values. We hope you enjoy the Sydney event with Doric and Cowdroy and follow our racing adventures throughout the rest of the 2016 V8 Su-percar Championship season. NIGEL LONG Group CEO, ALG


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Doric Ambassador Will Davison and co-driver Jonathon Webb celebrate their place on the top step of the podium at the Bathurst 1000.

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FLYING

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DORIC IS AIMING FOR THE TOP IN 2016 WITH ONE OF SUPERCARS BRIGHTEST STARS

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ORIC HAS a new brand marketing and customer activation program for 2016. Central to the 2016 program is an exciting new partnership with front-running V8 Supercar outfit Tekno Autosports, supporting its racing ventures throughout Australia, New Zealand and Asia. Parent company Alchin Long Group (ALG) will be building upon many years of loyal commitment to Doric Ambassador Will Davison, joining the star driver in his new role with Tekno Autosports. Doric branding will feature throughout the inside of the #19 Holden V8 Supercar cabin and be seen widely via the series’ extensive Australiawide television coverage. Doric is excited to continue its long-standing relationship with racing star Will Davison in 2016, with the driver continuing his role as Brand Ambassador for the 6th consecutive year. John Bowe will also continue into his 10th year as a Doric Ambassador contesting the Touring Car Masters series and is looking to


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back up his 2015 series win in his all-Aussie Holden SLR5000 Torana While door and window hardware manufacturing and racing Supercars may appear to have little in common, Tekno Autosports and Doric are proving they’re truly a match made in heaven. In just four short years, Tekno Autosports has gone from a rookie race team to a front-running force in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship. The popular team first stepped into the series in 2011, but its roots run deep into the early 2000’s grassroots motorsport scene. Like Doric, at the heart of Tekno are its personnel. The squad has formed one of the tightest, most effective and inspirational organisations in the industry thanks to a constant drive. The team is made up of industry leading engineers and mechanics whose combined skills are driving the team to the top ranks of the sport. Together Doric and Tekno continue to climb the ladder of success by driving innovation and striving towards a bigger and better future. That’s why, when long term Doric Ambassador and Supercar star Will Davison made the switch to Tekno in 2016, it made perfect sense for Doric and Cowdroy to follow. The exciting new partnership has seen the #19 Tekno Holden Commodore race throughout six different states and one territory so far this year sporting Doric branding. For the team’s new star, Will Davison, the move has paid dividends over and over again, with the driver claiming two race wins, two podium places and eight more top ten finishes so far this year. The experienced racer is a perfect fit with the exciting and innovative team, having amassed 19 wins and 53 podium finishes over his illustrious Supercar career. Davison wasted no time getting up to speed in 2016, racking up his first win with the new squad just two rounds into the season. The win at Tasmania’s Symmons Plains Raceway cemented confidence in both the driver and team for their first season together. That confidence played a pivotal part in the team’s first Bathurst 1000 win last month. And now, with just one round remaining in the 2016 season and sitting comfortably in fifth place in the standings, Davison has his eyes set firmly on the finish line.

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RED DOT DESIGN AWARD Alchin Long Group is proud to announce that our very own Katherine Kawecki, an Industrial Designer working in the Research & Development team, won the prestigious Red Dot Design Award 2016 for her Respia Asthma Management System. As an asthmatic herself, Kat was inspired to create the system after research showed her how little was being done for asthma management, even when as many as 1 in 10 people suffer from it. Kat recently came home from Singapore after attending the red carpet award ceremony where she was the only Australian award winner at the event. Go Kat!

IL: First off, congratulations on your Red Dot Award! What was it that inspired you to create your product - the Respia Asthma Management System? K: Thank you so much. There were many reasons that inspired me to design Respia. I conducted market research which showed how little had been designed for asthma management when as many as 1 in 10 people suffer from asthma. Respia can also be used for managing COPD and other chronic respiratory conditions. I also interviewed many asthmatics and respiratory specialists who saw great value in redesigning the aerosol inhaler. I wanted to create a complete experience that was empowering and informative to

the user whilst keeping ease of use at the forefront. I also wanted to change people’s perception of asthma to allow the user to comfortably medicate in public without feeling like their inhaler is a sign of illness. I feel that Respia addresses many of the challenges asthmatics face everyday. IL: Can you explain what it is about your product that sets it apart from other asthma management devices? K: Respia is truly the first asthma management system that is designed to engage the user with their condition. Respia is an asthma management system that tracks and records the user’s respiratory health and medication use. It is the

complete redesign of existing aerosol inhalers which hadn’t been changed for decades coupled with a world first wearable patch that tracks respiratory health. The system consists of a bluetooth enabled smart inhaler, wearable device and docking station that communicate wirelessly with the Respia phone app. IL: How did it feel when you found out that you had won an award? K: When I was notified that Respia had won a Red Dot I did not fully realize what had happened until a little while later that morning. I was ecstatic and it is a great feat for me that good asthma management is being praised.


IL: What was the award ceremony in Singapore like? K: The award ceremony was a red carpet event and run a little bit like a fashion show because all the award winners had to walk down a long elevated aisle to receive the award. It was really fun and I met a lot of really interesting people from all over the world with great ideas. It was great to see the designers of winning concepts from so many different countries converge for this event. I was the only Australian award winner at the event which surprised me, nevertheless I was honoured to represent Australian innovation and women in design. I encourage Australian designers and companies to submit their innovative concepts into this international design competition! IL: Wow, you were the only Australian award winner at the event? Were there any other award winners that really caught your attention? K: It was really exciting when the Luminary award was announced. The Luminary award goes to the best concept out of the whole competition and can come from any category. This year it was the Google Self Driving Car designed by Yoojung Ahn and her team from the United States. It’s a great idea which could revolutionise the ‘private transport’ experience. Yoojung is an inspirational woman in design. IL: So what are the next steps for Respia? K: Respia has received a lot of enthusiasm from people with asthma and with asthmatic family members. Respia has been praised by many industry and medical professionals and notable designers who would like to see the concept become a reality. I would like to see Respia lower the number of avoidable deaths and reduce asthma suffering by creating easier asthma management. So far, Respia has not received any funding as it is still in its early stages. Funding and support is the next step for Respia. The global asthma

treatment market is predicted to grow to $21.7 US billion by 2020 and the time is now for better asthma management solutions. IL: What would be your top 3 tips to any designers who want to enter the Red Dot Design Awards next year? K: Have an interactive, multi-medium design process. Ideation, sketching, hands on model making and repeat! There is infinite learning to be had from hands on foam modeling and 3d printing iterations. Repeat this process at least seven times and allow yourself to explore radically different designs. Consider the feedback you receive from your mentors and the people you are designing for and accommodate for it. Also accept that not every suggestion is necessarily a good design solution. Become an expert on the subject you are designing for. Thirdly, I emphasise that you have an excellent presentation of your concept. You should spend a considerable amount of time photographing your product in real life with real people using it. Make sure your picture explains how the product is used and in what context. Make it clear as day and show your presentation to someone who doesn’t know your project and see if they are able to deduce the purpose and potential of your product. It is very important to persevere through all the challenges you may face in designing a product. Go the extra mile and don’t lose sight of the problem you are designing for. Make sure you have fun! Be engaged and love what you are designing. And have trust in your ability.

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ALG BY THE

NUMBERS FIND OUT THE NUMBERS BEHIND AUSTRALIA’S LEADING HARDWARE MANUFACTURER


HISTORY FACILITIES

1890 Cowdroy was started

12,000m²

1947

Size of the Alchin Long Group’s facility at Wetherill Park in Sydney’s west

2015

Colonial Castings started

Year ALG moved into the Sydney facility

1972

SOCIAL 1038

Doric was started

2000

Likes on Doric Facebook

Azuma was started

1021

2007

Likes on Cowdroy Facebook

Lock & Roll was started

STAFF

The total number of staff ALG employes across its brands

TRADE NIGHTS 07

ALG Trade night events held in 2016

250

SPONSORS TWELVE

Years ALG has sponsored motorsport

Number of guests who have attended events in 2016

States the ALG Trade Nights have visited in 2016, with events in Adelaide, South Victoria, Perth, Dubbo, Brisbane and Melbourne

2000 FIVE

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Are your windows safe? As a way to assist manufacturers in meeting the Australian window restricted opening regulations, Doric offers the following hardware restriction devices.

Awning

Casement

Double Hung

Sliding

DS1177 Chainwinder

• Suitable for residential awning windows • Inbuilt restriction switch to easily restrict chain extension • Exceeds AS2331.1.1 720 hour neutral salt spray test DN400 Twin Chainwinder • Suitable for residential and commercial application, particularly where larger awning windows are found • Self restriction to an opening distance of approx. 105mm • Available with either “5 pin” or “6 disc” cylinder locking mechanism

DS259 Double Hung • Suitable for residential double hung windows • Innovative way to restrict both the top and bottom sashes from moving to a distance predetermined by the installer • Able to be keyed alike to suit other Doric locking devices • Does not interfere with the windows balance mechanisms

DS255 Sliding Door • Suitable for residential sliding windows • Key operated removable body which can be removed for emergency egress and cleaning purposes • Enables sliding windows to be restricted at a distance predetermined by the installer

SS0001 Security Stay • Suitable for all residential and commercial window suites • Made from high quality 304 grade stainless steel

For more information on Doric window & door hardware visit

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CHARITY

PARTNERSHIP THE ALCHIN LONG GROUP IS THE OFFICIAL SPONSOR OF AUSTRALIAN YOUTH SAFETY PROGRAM, NO SECOND CHANCE

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O SECOND Chance (N2C) is a unique and revolutionary Youth Safety Campaign with the clear objective of saving teenage lives arising from the tragic consequences of youth violence and road accidents. Using the dynamic medium of motorsports, N2C confronts the youth of Australia and shocks them into making smart decisions regarding their own safety.

SOUTHPORT SCHOOL The most recent N2C presentation was at Southport State High School on Thursday 17th November. Despite being the penultimate day of school, around 100 Year 12 students attended the presentation. The Southport State High School is in the heart of Southport on the Gold Coast and has a proud tradition of being a supportive and caring community delivering outstanding education and opportunities for all students. SSHS is well renowned for its range of exceptional excellence programs in Sports, Creative Art and Academics. Thiws was very evident to the N2C team, with many framed pictures of students sporting, musical, dance and performing arts successes. This was the final N2C presentation for the year and we look forward to another busy year in 2017. “The strongest message that i took from this is that you should always be wary of the choices in life since they can not only affect you but many others people. “I think the best part of the presentation is that the presentors were willing to tell their story in hopes that we understand the reality of making bad decisions and to create a safer environment for me and the people around.” - Daniel, Year 12.


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SMARTER WINDOW SYSTEM DORIC’S DN8000 LOCKING SYSTEM HAS TAKEN OUT THE TITLE FOR DISRUPTING DORIC’S APPROACH MOST INNOVATIVE COMPONENT AT DESIGN THE AWA AUSFENEX AWARDS


The term “disruptive” would typically bring to mind thoughts of technology based start-ups situated in Silicon Valley, or the likes of Airbnb and Uber who dramatically displaced the established market leaders by founding a new value network. It would be less likely to think of a traditional industry such as the door and window industry. Founded in 1972, Doric is the largest privately owned hardware manufacturer in Australia and has a long history of providing innovative door and window hardware for residential, commercial and architectural applications. In order to explore new markets and move away from the traditional waterfall development approach we explored new ways to create our hardware. One of these ways was an approach called design thinking. At the heart of the design thinking methodology is a human centred design approach which enables holistic product development. Design thinking provides tools that generates customer understanding but also challenges managerial mindsets and processes. Doric’s DN8000 multipoint system was the first project undertaken with this new design methodology. Before bringing the Euro groove multipoint technology to Australia we wanted to have a complete understanding of the Australian market in order to identifying all stakeholder issues. These systems create the next level of energy efficient homes, however research was needed to validate and explore what features were needed to make the product a success. Mechanical design engineer and project team leader, Aritesh Nand, conducted research in four countries in order to identify opportunities to improve the product at each stage of the product lifecycle. Continued discussion and input was received from installers, service teams, end users and building supervisors. The collation of this information gave us a strong understanding of what challenges all stakeholders faced and what product features really mattered to them. The team of industrial designers, mechanical and electrical engineers in Doric’s RnD department explored a broad range of concepts and rapidly tested them through state of the art 3D prints and prototypes. Through our research, the design thinking process created informed insights which allowed effective ideas to come to light. An example of this was through witnessing the current methods of installation and adjustment. “We observed service teams hanging out of windows on high rise buildings trying to reach adjustment screws, we just knew there had to be a better way,” says Aritesh. All installation procedures of our product were improved and simplified allowing the product to be significantly faster and safer to install. Our adjustment blocks allow the service teams to adjust the product from within the building and all individual components were designed to fuse together which removed the need for accurate cutting lengths.


While awning windows can withstand extremely high wind loads when closed, they are vulnerable to high wind loads in the open position. This issue was the greatest challenge our team faced with the project. When occupants leave their windows open for venting while away from the building two safety issues can occur. Firstly, these open windows can flutter in high-wind situations causing them to dislodge and fall from the building. The second issue occurs when windows are left open and the internal walls become exposed to extremely high positive and negative wind loads. These internal partitions are generally rated to lower wind pressures and therefore when exposed to these external pressures, can become structurally damaged or collapse. To overcome these issues in some instances, building supervisors are being asked to enter all apartments or offices and check the windows are shut on days where there is high wind. This relies on the building manager being aware of the weather conditions and also putting the occupants through the discomfort of having someone enter their apartments at all hours of the day and night. “At first we thought this might need to be solved with a completely separate solution, however the challenge was to integrate a solution into our multipoint system,” says Aritesh. This proved to be a huge task for the design team and one that delayed the launch of the product significantly. However the solution that was developed justified the effort. The DN8000 self-latching multi-point locking system uses specially designed awning stays which release the window under high wind loads. Once the window is released, it falls under its own weight and is caught by the self-latching devices which holds the window shut, the handle is then operated to release the window. While greater challenges were uncovered through the design thinking framework and deep level of research, by having the desire to discover and take these issues resulted in a unique product. After five years of product development and subsequent launch, the DN8000 recently won the ‘Most Innovative Component’ award at the AusFenEx 2016 Conference, taking home the title for Doric and parent company Alchin Long Group. “We’re so proud of this product and it’s great to see the whole team recognised for the countless hours of hard work that went into turning this idea into reality,” said Alchin Long Group CEO, Nigel Long. “Innovation is what drives our industry. Our capacity to think outside the box to solve complex issues is what dictates our success as a business and it helps influence the direction of our industry. It’s very exciting to be a part of this process and I’m excited to see how we will change the market next.” In addition to receiving the industry title of most innovative component this product has already been noticed and specified in new developments. These achievements validates this new methodology for us and has pathed the way into new markets. While Doric may not be creating disruptive products at the same level as Uber just yet, taking the first step of disrupting our design process has proven to deliver positive results which will see further development in this area.

“Innovation is what drives our industry. Our capacity to think outside the box to solve complex issues is what dictates our success as a business and it helps influence the direction of our industry. - Alchin Long Group CEO, Nigel Long.


WILL DAVISON W

ILL DAVISON is on top of the world. After making the big move to front-running V8 Supercar team Tekno Autosports at the beginning of the year, Will has justified the switch with a host of stunning on-track performances The 33-year-old has racked up 13 top ten finishes throughout the year so far. A breakthrough win at just the second round of the season in Tasmania was a huge confidence boost for the entire Tekno team, but it was just the beginning. The win was Davison’s first since the Perth round in 2015 and was a big leg up in the Championship stakes.


1656 KILOMETRES

the distance Will has raced throughout the 2016 Supercars Australia Championship season

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Will Davison has led 122 laps around the Sydney Olympis Park circuit

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Pole positions Will has scored at Sydney’s Homebush circuit

Race starts Will has accrued at the Homebush street circuit

33% Ford has won just 33% of the races held at Homebush since 2009

Supercar race wins Will has scored at the Sydney Olympic Park track

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The extra confidence was key heading into the enduro season. A podium result at the Sandown 500 alongside Jonothan Webb was proof the Tekno squad was on the right track. So it was little surprise when the #9 Holden Commodore was fighting for the lead in the closing laps of the Bathurst 1000 last month. With his fuel running low, the pressure was on for Davison, but he managed to hold off a charging Shane Van Gisbergen in the final laps of the epic endurance race to win by just 0.1434 seconds - one of the closest

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Career races Career wins Career podiums

Racing laps Will has led during the 359 Suercars races he’s completed

Will has raced 63,530km in V8SC - enough to circumnavigate the globe

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finishes ever recorded. “That was a pretty amazing day,” said Will following his brilliant victory at Australia’s famed Mount Panorama race track. “That whole last stint there was lots of chat (on the radio) about saving fuel and I did what I could, while still holding off Shane. Even so, the engine coughed (from low fuel) as I crossed the finish line. “I have dreamed of winning this race again since 2009. It’s amazing. The Championship is important but Bathurst is something else, I am stoked.”


SYDNEY 500


-08This round will be the 8th and final Sydney 500 Supercars race held at the site of the 2000 Olympics.

Average speed of the circuit

139 KM/H

In hot weather, V8 Supercar drivers wear a “cool suit”, which is made of six meters of tubing pumping iced water around the body to help keep core temperatures in check.

Seconds it takes for V8 Supercars to go from 0-100km/h

3.4

THREE POINT TWO KILOMETRES The length of the Sydney Olympic Park street circuit

60°

V8 Supercar windscreens are made of polycarbonate which is 250 times stronger than glass.

Cabin temperatures have been known to reach as high as 60 degrees at the Sydney race

LAP RECORD 1m28.3839s 248KM/H

Top speed at the NSW track

Jamie Whincup has the most victories at Sydney Olympic Park with five

SIX HUNDRED AND THIRTY FIVE Brake horsepower propelling V8 Supercars around the track

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CALENDAR Clipsal 500 Adelaide 3-6 MAR Adelaide Street Circuit, SA 2016 F1 Australian GP Albert Park, Vic

17-20 MAR

Tasmania SuperSprint 1-3 APR Symmons Plains, Tas Phillip Island SuperSprint 15-17 APR Phillip Island Circuit, Vic Perth SuperSprint 6-8 MAY Barbagallo Raceway, WA Winton SuperSprint 20-22 MAY Winton Motor Raceway, Vic Skycity Triple Crown Darwin Hidden Valley Raceway, NT

17-19 JUN

Townsville 400 8-10 JUL Reid Park, QLD Ipswich SuperSprint 22-24 JUL Queensland Raceway, QLD SMP SuperSprint Sydney Motorsport Park, NSW

26-28 AUG

Sandown 500 16-18 SEP Sandown Raceway, VIC Bathurst 1000 Mount Panorama, NSW

6-9 OCT

Gold Coast 600 21-23 OCT Surfers Paradise, QLD Auckland SuperSprint 4-6 NOV Pukekohe Park Raceway, NZ Sydney 500 Sydney Olympic Park, NSW

2-4 DEC

EVENT SCHEDULE FRIDAY START TIME

FINISH TIME

CATEGORY

SESSION TYPE

08:45

09:05

Toyota 86 Racing Series

Practice 1

09:20

09:50

Dunlop Series

Practice 1

10:00

10:20

Touring Car Masters

Practice 1

10:30

10:50

V8 Ute Racing Series

Practice 1

11:05

11:45

Virgin Australia Supercars Championship

Practice 1

11:55

12:15

Toyota 86 Racing Series

Practice 2

12:30

13:00

Dunlop Series

Practice 2

13:10

13:30

Touring Car Masters

Practice 2

13:40

14:00

V8 Ute Racing Series

Practice 2

14:15

14:55

Virgin Australia Supercars Championship

Practice 2


SATURDAY START TIME

FINISH TIME

CATEGORY

SESSION TYPE

10:15

10:35

V8 Ute Racing Series

Qualifying

10:45

11:00

Toyota 86 Racing Series

Qualifying

11:10

11:30

Touring Car Masters

Qualifying

11:45

12:00

Dunlop Series

Qualifying

12:15

12:35

Virgin Australia Supercars Championship

Qualifying

12:50

13:10

V8 Ute Racing Series

Race 1

13:25

13:45

Toyota 86 Racing Series

Race 1

13:55

14:15

Touring Car Masters

Race 1

14:30

15:00

Dunlop Series

Race 1

15:45

17:50

Virgin Australia Supercars Championship

Race 28

SUNDAY START TIME

FINISH TIME

CATEGORY

SESSION TYPE

09:15

09:35

Touring Car Masters

Race 2

09:45

10:10

Toyota 86 Racing Series

Race 2

10:20

10:45

V8 Ute Racing Series

Race 2

11:00

11:20

Virgin Australia Supercars Championship

Qualifying

11:35

11:50

Dunlop Series

Qualifying

12:00

12:20

Touring Car Masters

Race 3

12:30

12:50

Toyota 86 Racing Series

Race 3

13:05

13:35

Virgin Australia Supercars Championship

Top Ten Shootout

13:45

14:05

V8 Ute Racing Series

Race 3

14:20

14:50

Dunlop Series

Race 2

15:40

17:45

Virgin Australia Supercars Championship

Race 29


Most Innovative

Component,

AWA 2016 DeSIgn AWArDS

AwARD wInnInG

new DN8000 HIGH PeRFORMAnCe

MULTI-POInT LOCKInG SYSTeM

Sleek & stylish

Self latching

in high winds

High performance

locking system

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D e s i g n e d by

Doric Australia

to suit our unique weather conditions


Inside Line - Sydney 2016