Nissan MID4

When thinking of great mid-engined sports cars to come out of Japan in the 1980’s and 1990’s, the Honda NSX immediately springs to mind.  Before the NSX, Nissan produced a little known mid-engined concept car called the MID4, designed to compete against the best from Porsche and Ferrari.

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Suzuki Swift Sport

The Suzuki Swift has been around for a number of decades and has always been a small, light, fun and affordable car.  Over this time, there have also been some performance versions of the car, most notably the Swift GTi that was produced from 1989 all the way through to 2000.  The Swift Sport took over as the performance model in 2005 and continues to this day, currently being in its fourth generation.

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Rob Roy Hillclimb

The Rob Roy hillclimb is located about an hour’s drive north-east of Melbourne near Sugarloaf Reservoir in Christmas Hills.  This historically significant track is one the world’s oldest purpose built hillclimb tracks, with origins dating back to 1935.  The first meeting was run in February 1937, and the track was fully bituminised in 1939.  Continue reading “Rob Roy Hillclimb”

Matra-Simca MS670

The Phillip Island Classic is a yearly highlight for car and motorsport enthusiasts.  The 2013 edition showcased some historically significant cars that competed at Le Mans, Formula 1 and the Australian Touring Car Championship. There were two cars that caught my eye that year and they were built by French car manufacturer Matra-Simca, to compete in the FIA World Sportscar Championship.  Continue reading “Matra-Simca MS670”

Lexus RC350 F Sport

My connection to the Lexus brand was established in the early 2000’s, when the Lexus IS200 and IS300 were released.  I liked the in-line six cylinder engines, rear wheel drive layout and how the instrument cluster resembled a chronograph watch.  Other cars that stood out for me in the Lexus range included the original IS F and the magnificent V10 LFA.

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Drive Against Depression

  • Australian registered mental health charity Drive Against Depression formalises partnership with WD Motorsport to deliver bespoke ‘Touring Super Sprint’ tarmac rally events in 2019
  • Events are run in conjunction with the Mountain Motorsports-promoted Australian Tarmac Rally Championship and are proudly supported by RACESOLUTIONS Motorsport and the Australian Auto Sports Alliance

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