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Toyota GAZOO Racing Australia 86 Series

Toyota will be supporting the Toyota 86 racing series until the end of 2022.  The Championship has been renamed the Toyota GAZOO Racing Australia 86 Series.  Backing from TGR strengthens Toyota’s commitment in supporting motorsport at all levels, from the grassroots community to its world championship-winning WRC and WEC teams.
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Carbon Revolution

Carbon Revolution is based in Geelong, Victoria and the company is involved in the design and manufacture of carbon fibre wheels.  Back in 2008, Carbon Revolution built an extremely lightweight and durable one-piece carbon fibre wheel, known as the Carbon Revolution CR-9.  Carbon fibre wheels are 13 times stronger and 40% lighter than aluminium wheels.  This results in faster acceleration and enables the car to change direction more precisely.

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Stirling Moss

It’s always a highlight going to the Australian Formula One Grand Prix to watch the historic demonstration.  Watching some of the great ex-Formula One cars, sportscars and Le Mans racers make their way around the Melbourne Grand Prix circuit is always memorable for me.  In my opinion, the sights and sounds of these cars far exceed what we have currently competing in Formula One.  Continue reading “Stirling Moss”

Hyundai Veloster Turbo

The Hyundai Veloster Turbo was released way back in 2012, and before the i30N’s release, was Hyundai’s best performance model.  It replaced the Tiburon, and featured an asymmetrical door configuration, with one large door on the driver’s side and two smaller doors on the passenger side.  The second generation of the car was recently released and maintains the same door configuration.

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