Marulan Driver Training Centre

The Marulan Driver Training Centre is located in the Southern Highlands of New South Wales, approximately 9km south-west of Marulan.  The circuit was officially opened in 2009 and was designed and built by Garry Willmington, who has over 40 years of motor sport experience as a driver and promoter. The original circuit is approximately 900m in... Continue Reading →

Group B World Rally Championship

The Group B World Rally Championship was introduced for the 1982 season and was intended to motivate major manufacturers into building cars for racing and rallying.  It led to the fastest, most outrageous and powerful rally cars ever seen which eventually led to them being banned.  The FIA (Federation Internationale de l’Automobile) established an engine... Continue Reading →

Porsche Kremer Racing 930 Turbo

Porsche has been incredibly successful in many forms of motorsport.  In 1962, brothers Erwin and Manfred Kremer founded Kremer Racing in Germany and established a racing team and garage that prepared Porsche’s for competition.  Kremer Racing would go onto play an integral role in Porsche’s triumphant motorsports history. In 1976, the brothers tuned their first... Continue Reading →

Lakeside Park

Recently, I visited Lakeside Park in Queensland for the first time.  The track opened in 1961 and is one of Australia's most favourite and classic circuits.  It's situated 30 kilometres north of Brisbane and cuts through grassland along the shores of Lake Kurwongbah. The circuit has hosted rounds of the Australian touring car championship, GT... Continue Reading →

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