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October 1 - 2 2011


October 1 - 2 2011

WELCOME TO

WINTON MOTOR RACEWAY On behalf of the Benalla Auto Club and Winton Motor Raceway, we would like to welcome you to the exciting form of motorsport that is the Australian Super Truck Nationals. After a massive year in 2010 for the Super Trucks, the staff of Winton with the surrounding community are excited about the return of the Super Trucks to the track in 2011. Expect to see some awesome racing as the trucks battle out, and also the trial of a new ‘team’ format for the Super Trucks, which is sure to create some rivalry. The Support Categories for the weekend include Super TT’s, Future Racers, Saloon Cars, HQ Holden’s, and Improved Production, so prepare yourself for a weekend of non-stop racing. We hope you enjoy your weekend of motor racing at Winton Motor Raceway. Management & Staff Winton Motor Raceway Pty. Ltd.

WINTON 300 Returns to Winton Raceway…. After some 20 years and following the success of the 2011 Wakefield 300, one of the most popular events on the Winton calendar, the Winton 300 is returning to the circuit in November. The Winton 300 will be the feature event of the Victorian Motor being held over the weekend 12-13 November, 2011.

Racing Championship—Round 3 meeting

The event is open to vehicles such as Production Cars, Super TT, Sports Sedans, Production Sports, Improved Production and Future Racers and will be run over 300 kilometers on the long circuit. Each vehicle entering the Winton 300 will be driven by two (2) drivers. Following practice and qualifying the Top Ten starting order for the event will be determined by a Top 10 shootout. Supplementary Regulations and Entry Forms are available on the Winton Raceway website www.wintonraceway.com.au. For further information phone the Winton Raceway office on (03) 5766 4235.


October 1 - 2 2011 PROMOTERS OF THE MEETING Promoters Winton Motor Raceway P/L P.O. Box 249, Benalla Vic 3672 Ph: (03) 5766 4235 Fax: (03) 5766 4249 Entries The organisers accept entries and drivers’ nominations in good faith. Every effort is made to adhere to the printed programme of competitors, but the promoters cannot accept responsibility for the failure of any driver to appear. Although every endeavour is made to avoid inaccuracies in the description of competing cars, the organisers accept no responsibility for any that may occur. The organisers reserve the right to postpone, abandon or cancel the meeting or any part thereof. Authority The meeting will be conducted under the National Competition Rules of the Australian Auto-Sport Alliance and General Supplementary Regulations issued by Winton Motor Raceway P/L authorized under permit no: AASA021011/WMR385 Copyright All material in this magazine is copyright and must not be used without permission of the publishers. The opinion of the contributors are not necessarily those held by the publishers or race organisers. Acknowledgements We urge you to support the track & programme advertisers. Help them to help us. Mention their Winton Motor Raceway advertisement when you give them your business.

Prohibited Areas The organizing committee of today’s races has made every effort to ensure the safety of spectators at this meeting. In the interest of public safety , all areas other than official spectator areas are PHOHIBITED. The spectator areas are plainly defined and spectators are requested to keep behind safety fences at all times. In the event of an accident on the circuit, the public MUST remain behind the safety fences as their entry to the track may cause further accidents or hinder officials. Motor Racing is Dangerous All persons are reminded that Motor Racing is dangerous and accidents can and do happen. All care is taken to protect you but you are warned that there is a possibility of an accident causing injuries, death or property damage. By your admission to Winton Motor Raceway you hereby acknowledge that the entry to the racing has a degree of danger and the promoter, clubs, corporations, organisations and persons having any connections with the promoting, organising or conduct of the event shall have no liability to you except in regard to any rights you may have arising under the Trade Practice Act 74. Safety The fencing erected around the circuit is there for you protection. It is forbidden to sit, stand or climb on it. Dogs In the interest of safety, dogs are not permitted at the raceway. Anti-Litter Please help keep Winton Motor Raceway tidy.


October 1 - 2 2011 OFFICIALS OF THE MEETING Event Management Meeting Director Meeting Secretary Gates Maintenance Credentials Office Catering Officials of the meeting: Clerk Of Course Deputy Clerk Of Course Assistant Clerk of Course Judge of Fact Chief Scrutineer Chief Timekeeper Starters Flag Marshalls Safety Car Driver Track Marshall Scrutineers

Pre Grid Marshalls Grid Marshalls Pit Lane Marshalls Pit Exit Timing Assistant Paddock Office Assistant Media Centre Supervisor Safety & Recovery First Aid Ambulance Medical Officier

Michael Ronke Skye Griffiths John Binion Andrew Terry, John Smart Kaylene Johnston Kerry Stickland & BAC Ladies Auxiliary Bill McMurray Daryl McHugh Richard Weston Bill McMurray, Daryl McHugh, Ian Leech Tony Lugg Ian Leech Michael Neilson, Andrew O’Brien Victorian Flag Marshalling Team John Mahncke Paul Van Den Akker Neil Sutherland, Russell Renfrey, Geoff Abley, Cindy Brent, David Hecker, Alan Brown, Kelli Stevens, Bernie Campton, Bruce Dollisson, Peter Huckstepp, Robert French, Karen French, Peter Cole, Laurie Griffin, Ray Dunster, Peter Abbey, Milton Aldous, Russell Smith, Hayley Kingston, Greg Chapple. Ron Grealy, Jackie Horne, Robyn Playford Rohan O’Brien, Robert Reid, Keith Menere, Neale Wellman, Ken Farrell Brett Keep, Warrick Gilmour, Sam Buis, Shaun Wade, Theo Paulos, Fran Stuart Frank Wellman, Wayne Playford Tiffany Leech, Les Scobie Cameron O’Brien Maggi Kirk Don Hunt, Barry Stilo, Mal Robinson, Ron Rayner, Greg “Rolly” Baker, RACESAFE Graham Green Victorian EMT Services Dr. Jo Hruz


October 1 - 2 2011

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

SATURDAY: 1st OCTOBER 2011 Scrutineering Times 7.30am Improved Production 8.00am Trucks (Own Area) 8.00am Future Racers

8.15am Super TT 8.45am HQ Holdens 9.15am Saloon Cars

9.00am-

9.20am

Improved Production

Practice(20mins)

9.25am-

9.45am

Future Racers– Practice

Practice(20mins)

9.50am-

10.10am

Super TT/HQ Holdens– Practice

Practice(20mins)

10.15am-

10.35am

Saloon Cars– Practice

Practice(20mins)

10.40am-

11.00am

Improved Production

Qualifying

11.05am-

11.25am

Future Racers

Qualifying

11.30am-

11.50am

Super TT/HQ Holdens

Qualifying

11.55am-

12.15pm

Saloon Cars

Qualifying

Lunch Break 12.30pm12.45pm

Event No.

Drivers Briefing– Trucks Drivers Briefing– Cars

Time

Category

Event

Laps

1

1.00pm

Trucks

Warm up

15 mins

2

1.25pm

Improved Production

Race 1

8

3

1.50pm

Future Racers

Race 1

8

4

2.15pm

Super TT/HQ Holdens

Race 1

8

5

2.50pm

Super Truck Nationals

Race 1

6

6

3.15pm

Saloon Cars

Race 1

8

7

3.45pm

Super TT/HQ Holdens

Race 2

8

8

4.15pm

Super Truck Nationals

Race 2

6


October 1 - 2 2011

SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

SUNDAY: 2nd OCTOBER 2011 Safety Check Times 8.30am Trucks (Own Area) 8.30am Improved Production 9.00am Future Racers

Event No.

Time

9.15am Super TT 9.45am HQ Holdens 10.15am Saloon Cars

Category

Event

Laps

9

9.30am

Trucks (Warm Up)

Warm Up

10 mins

10

9.50am

Improved Production

Race 2

10

11

10.20am

Future Racers

Race 2

10

12

10.50am

Super Truck Nationals

Race 3

6

13

11.20am

Super TT/HQ Holdens

Race 3

10

14

11.45am

Saloon Cars

Race 2

10

15

12.10pm

Super Truck Nationals

Race 4

6

16

12.30pm

Lunch Break

17

1.10pm

Super Truck Nationals

Race 5

6

18

1.35pm

Improved Production

Race 3

8

19

2.00pm

Future Racers

Race 3

8

20

2.25pm

Saloon Cars

Race 3

8

21

2.55pm

Super Truck Nationals

Race 6

6

22

3.25pm

Super TT/HQ Holdens

Race 4

8

23

3.45pm

Improved Production

Race 4

8

24

4.05pm

Future Racers

Race 4

8

25

4.25pm

Saloon Cars

Race 4

8


October 1 - 2 2011

TEAMS & DRIVERS

FUTURE RACERS No.

Sponsor/Entrant

Driver

State Car Make Model

Colour

Capacity

1

City Group

Jade Barnes

ACT

Future Racer

Black

1000

4

City Group

Rodney Barnes

ACT

Future Racer

Black

1000

Matthew Thompson VIC

Future Racer

Black

1000

5 8

Decca Build

Steven Dascarolis

ACT

Future Racer

White

1000

11

Canberra Hydraulics

Nathan Jess

ACT

Future Racer

Blue/White

1000

Sarah Harley

QLD Future Racer

Red/Silver

1000

Robert Free

QLD Future Racer

Silver

1000

17 71

Robert Free Design

These cars may be small but they produce big excitement. All powered by 1 litre Yamaha motorcycle engines Futureracers provide tight racing and due to their tiny size they are able to make many passing maneuvers right around the 3 km track. Futureracers are identically manufactured and assembled in Canberra, so it boils down to the driver skill to cross the finishing line first.


October 1 - 2 2011

TEAMS & DRIVERS

IMPROVED PRODUCTION No.

Sponsor/Entrant

3

Driver

State Car Make Model

Colour

Capacity

Andrew Torville

NSW Holden Gemini

Orange

1950

Blue

2500

4

Toplyne Concreting

Simon Lyne

VIC

13

Bronson Butcher Motorsport

Bronson Butcher

NSW Ford Au Falcon

Blue

5000

15

Educational Living

Richard Valentich

VIC

Holden L34 Torana

Red/White/Blue

4980

Wayne Twist

VIC

Mitsubishi Cordia

Black

3400

Adam Ronke

VIC

Proton Satria GTI

White

1800

David Cocks

VIC

Commodore VK

White

6000

Commodore VP

White

3800

19 22

Tampered Motorsport

28

BMW E30

30

Mayhem Racing

Scott Wilson

VIC

30

Rob Bohm Roofing

Graham Bohm

NSW Honda Civic

White

1800

31

Competition Tyres & More

Mark Bradly

VIC

Mazda RX2

Green

2345

33

Back to Edan Sports

Jordan Cox

VIC

Suzuki Swift

White

1300

Bryce Budge

VIC

Peugeot 405

Red

1905

40 50

Tampered Motorsport

Warren Sheehan

VIC

Daewoo Lanos

Orange

1600

54

Chegwin & Anderson Exhaust

Alan Saint

VIC

BMW E30 325i

Yellow

2490

58

Robert Wilson

VIC

Suzuki Swift GTI

Red

1300

69

Simon Phillips

VIC

Datsun 1200

Red

1990

71

Mark Ruta

SA

Mazda 808

Red

3126

73

Brydan Darbyshire

VIC

Mazda RX7

Black

2354

Cam McKinnon

VIC

Datsun 1600

Silver

2999

96

Doug Moss

NSW Datsun 120Y

Orange

3400

99

Rolf Mamers

VIC

Gold

2347

84

Headtech Race Engines

Mazda Rx7


October 1 - 2 2011

TEAMS & DRIVERS

HQ HOLDENS No.

Sponsor/Entrant

12 16

Mansfield Motors

29

Driver

State Car Make Model

Colour

Capacity

Jason Bell

VIC

Holden HQ

Yellow

3300

Peter McNeill

VIC

Holden HQ

Red

3300

Greg Wood

VIC

Holden HQ

Silver/Black

3300

Jacob Taylor

VIC

Holden HQ

Red/Blue

3300

VIC

Holden HQ

Blue

3300

56

Mansfield Motors

68

Andrew Williams/P. Bekkers Panels Perry Bekkers


October 1 - 2 2011

TEAMS & DRIVERS

SALOON CARS No.

Sponsor/Entrant

Driver

State Car Make Model

Colour

Capacity

5

Coffey Ford

Andrew Nowland

VIC

Ford Falcon AU

Blue/White

4000

6

TASCCO

Tony Evangelou

VIC

Commodore VT

Green/Black

5000

Tony McKenzie

SA

Commodore VN

White/Yellow

3800

10 16

Peter Phelan

Harley Phelan

VIC

Commodore VT

Purple

3800

25

Laurie Ogle Motors

Rod Lloyd

VIC

Ford Falcon EA

Yellow/White

3900

26

Tru Blu Motorsport

Meg Carra

VIC

Ford Falcon AU

Blue/White

4000

28

O’Connell Tyres

Craig O’Connell

VIC

Ford Falcon EA

White

3900

Joshua Kean

SA

Commodore VN

Black/White

3500

33 37

O’Connell Tyres/Rowse Motors

Andrew O’Connell

VIC

Ford Falcon AU

Blue

4000

38

Blackwell Race Engines

Gavin Ross

VIC

Commodore VT

Green

3800

44

O’Connell Tyres

Sharon O’Connell

VIC

Commodore VH

Red

3800

47

John Hoskins

VIC

Ford Falcon

Black

3400

55

George Diamond

SA

Ford Falcon EA

Orange

3900

67

Legend Homes

Phil Gray

VIC

Ford Falcon EA

Red/White/Black 3900

82

Davey Metal Industries

Geoff Brown

VIC

Ford Falcon

Orange

4000

91

Frank Walsh Drilling

Naomi Maltby

VIC

Commodore VN

Blue

3800


October 1 - 2 2011

TEAMS & DRIVERS

SUPER TT No.

Sponsor/Entrant

Driver

State Car Make Model

Colour

Capacity

00

Tampered Motorsport

Adam Ronke

VIC

Volvo 740

Silver/Red

2300

Hayden Pullen

NSW Ford Falcon AU

Red/White

5000

Warren Sheehan

VIC

White

2000

Nick Cancian

NSW Mazda MX5

White

1840

Steve Coulter

NSW Oz Truck Chev

White

6200

Matthew Chahda

NSW Ford Falcon AU

Red

4000

Blue

1800

1 3

Tampered Motorsport

6 7

Coulter Excavation

8 12

Tampered Motorsport

Rebecca Drummond VIC

Mitsubishi Evo

Mazda MX5

24

Steven Godfrey

NSW Toyota MR2

Blue/White

2000

28

Corey Gooch

VIC

Red/Black

5700

29

Ross Wilson

NSW Ford Falcon AU

Silver

4000

Holden Torana LJ

43

Tampered Motorsport

Hayley Swanson

VIC

Subaru WRX Sti

White

2000

44

Tampered Motorsport

Richard Renato

VIC

Volvo 240T

Silver/Red

2300

77

Coulter Excavations

Michael Coulter

NSW Oz Truck Chev

White

6200

Paul Earp

VIC

Commodore VR

Red

3800

Phil Portea

VIC

Nissan Skyline R33

White

2500

88 150

Tampered Motorsport


October 1 - 2 2011

TEAMS & DRIVERS

SUPER TRUCKS No.

Sponsor/Entrant

Driver

State Car Make Model

2

Rentco Daynite Towing/Daynite Racing

Rob Waters

WA

Steve Coulter

NSW Isuzu SBR

Blue

6500

3

Colour

Kenworth W Series Yellow

Capacity 10000

9

Fleet Pro Racing

Paul Reyntjes

NSW Volvo NH12

Red

12000

10

Albert Sieders

Glenn Dobson

NSW MAN L2000

Yellow

18270

18

Truck Art Wagga

Colin De Gee

VIC

Green

5900

Steven Zammit

NSW Kenworth T401

Purple

14000

40

Isuzu FRR500

42

Sieders Racing Team

Colin Sieders

NSW MAN L200

Yellow

18270

55

Wollongong Truck Body Builders

Fletcher Christian

NSW Diamond Reo

Orange

14000

81

Skitzo Racing

Beau Hewat

VIC

Kenworth 904

White

12700

81

Skitzo Racing

Peter Hewat

VIC

Kenworth 904

White

12700


October 1 - 2 2011

SUPER TRUCKS Rev up your Super Trucks engines! Super Trucks and Light Trucks are both capable of speeds in excess of 180km/h (113mph), enabling these mighty giants to thunder down a quarter mile at approximately 12-13 seconds. While a Super Truck is powered by up to 14,000cc, while the maximum engine swept volume permitted of a Light Truck is 7,500cc. The recreational use of trucks has produced an abundance of environmental concerns, including noise and air pollution. To ensure the future of this awesome sport the truck racing fraternity and motorsport promoters are required to regularly revise truck racing regulations. Winton Motor Raceway is fortunate to be able to provide great truck racing and entertainment without disrupting the surrounding natural environment. As engines roar to life, we hope you enjoy the Australian Super Truck Nationals brought to you by Tankworld.


Winton Lap Records OUTRIGHT:

3.00 km circuit Christian Murchison

Reynard

July, 2000

1m14.5697s

Formula Holden

Christian Murchison

Reynard

July, 2000

1m14.5697s

Formula Ford

Jamie Whincup

Van Diemen

August, 2002

1m26.2188s

FormulaVee 1600cc

Kieran Glover

Jacer

August, 2008

1m35.4042s

Formula Vee 1200cc

Nicholas Jones

Sabre

May, 2001

1m37.3358s

Formula Libre

Brian Sampson

Dallara

February, 2000

1m23.6319s

Formula Three

Michael Caruso

Dallara 301 Fiat

September, 2003 1m17.4600s

V8 Supercars

Marcus Marshall

Ford Falcon BF

May, 2009

1m22.9831s

V8 Development Series

Andrew Jones

Ford Falcon AU

April, 2004

1m24.5606s

Super Touring

Jim Richards

Volvo

August, 1998

1m25.3181s

Future Touring

Ray Sidebottom

Commodore VX

October, 2001

1m31.4544s

SUPERTRUCKS

Inky Tulloch

Freightliner

October, 2001

1m45.0925s

CO-Drivers Trucks

Steve Coulter

Isuzu SBR

May, 2005

1m53.7336s

NATION’S CUP

Paul Stokell

Lamborghini Diablo G

September, 2003 1m24.8430s

GT PERFORMANCE

Bob Pearson

Mazda RX7 Series 8

September, 2003 1m32.6533s

GT PRODUCTION

John Bowe

Ferrari Challenge

August, 1998

1m29.1420s

V8 UTES

Layton Crambrook

BF Falcon XR8

August, 2008

1m39.2496s

V8 TOURING CARS

Terry Wyhoon

Ford Falcon AU

June, 2009

1m27.9880s

AUSSIE RACING CARS

Ben McCashney

Playstation Falcon

August, 2008

1m32.3118s

HISTORIC TOURING

John Bowe

Ford Mustang

May, 2010

1m32.2437s

PORSCHE CUP

Wayne Hennig

Porsche

August, 2002

1m28.3335s

COMMODORE

W. Wakefield

Commodore

June, 1999

1m35.1286s

SUPER BIKES

Shawn Giles

Suzuki GSXR 750

May, 2000

1m23.733s

Over 2 Litre

Tony Ricciardello

Alfa GTV

August, 2003

1m22.2930s

Under 2 Litre

Ken Hastings Snr

Toyota MR2

March, 2003

1m31.4735s

GROUP C

Phill Kirkham

Falcon XE

October, 2005

1m31.3669s

HQ HOLDENS

Neville Haley

HQ Holden

May, 1998

1m43.8275s

SALOON CARS

Shawn Jamieson

Holden Commodore VT

June, 2010

1m37.4574s

NASCARS

Andrew Miedecke

Chev Monte Carlo

October, 2001

1m31.2853s

MARQUE SPORTS

David Stevens

Porsche

May, 2005

1m26.6358s

APPENDIX J

Ian G. Jones

Torana XU1

July,1998

1m37.8448s

IMPROVED PRODUCTION Tony Wallis

Mazda 808

August, 2008

1m33.8435s

AUSTIN HEALEY

Peter Jackson

Austin Healey

October, 2008

1m41.4019s

PRODUCTION SPORTS

Justin Levis

Lotus Elise

June, 2010

1m28.6473s

DAEWOOS

Ian Kegg

Daewoo Lanos

October, 2001

1m50.9913s

SUPER TT

Hayden Pullen

Ford Falcon AU

October, 2010

1m29.5390s

BMW E30

Stephen Ford

BMW E30 R

August, 2008

1m39.4947s

FUTURE RACER

Jade Barnes

Future Racer

June, 2008

1m33.1360s

PORSCHE 944

Steve Courtis

Porsche 944

August, 2010

1m37.6803s

RACING CARS:

TOURING CARS

SPORTS SEDANS:


UPCOMING EVENTS

WINTON 300 12-13TH NOVEMBER

HQ 4 HOUR 3-4TH DECEMBER


Australian Super Truck Nationals Program 2011