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Historically it was held in September, the month before Australia’s premier endurance race, the Bathurst Thanks for the video cheers robin. For his efforts Bartlett was awarded bottles of champagne to add to the 20 bottles he had been awarded for winning the pole with a time of 2: Definitely very period by today’s racing standards. Chivas drove the first Lotus Mark 6 in Australia in the early s winning many races.

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Member feedback about John Racinng racing driver: Quote message eacing reply? Somebody put a lot of love into that crankshaft A slow right called that opened up brought the track back to the main straight. Alec Mildren — was active in Australian motor racing as a driver from toand subsequently as the owner of Alec Mildren Racing. Race calendar The championship was dominated by various examples of the Cooper T Much better than V8 Supertaxis.

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Alec Mildren racing team: Member feedback about Lakeside International Raceway: Dijonaise’s 6 week, mile Euro Driving Trip blog – To view alce or images in signatures your post count must be 0 or greater. In late Mildren announced the formation of Alec Mildren Racing. He registered class wins at the Bathurst inand and won a hard-fought final round of the Toby Lee Series in driving a Chrysler Valiant Charger E Mildren racing cars topic The Mildren name was racingg on a series of racing vehicles constructed for, or acquired by, Australian racing team owner Alec Mildren during the s and early s.

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Stewart was born in Orange, New South Wales. Member feedback about Argus Trophy: Australian racing drivers Revolvy Brain revolvybrain.

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Max Stewart won the and Australian Formula 2 Championships in the team’s Mildren Waggott and then won the Australian Drivers’ Championship in the same car, entered by Alec Mildren Racing in early rounds of the series and by Max Stewart Motors in later rounds. Chivas is best remembered however for a sensational second place at the Hardie-Ferodo It was a centrepiece of the Tasman Series in most years between and and was a round of the Australian Drivers’ Championship on many occasions between and The race, which had 13 starters, was the twenty fourth Australian Grand Prix and the third race of the Australian Drivers’ Championship.

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Definitely very period by today’s racing standards. Classification Results as follows. Hey super Thanks for posting I loved it Jorge.

Member feedback about Surfers Paradise International Raceway: It was the first Australian Grand Prix to specifically exclude sports cars from the entry. Member feedback about Hardie-Ferodo Member feedback about Stan Jones racing driver: Leo Geoghegan 16 May [1] – 2 March was a former Australian racing driver.

Kevin Bartlett born 25 May in Coffs Harbour, New South Walesoften known by his nickname “KB”, is an Australian former open wheel and touring car racing driver who won the Australian Drivers’ Championship in andas well as the prestigious Bathurst in It lived for a period in Tassie up north and I recall at one stage there had been plans to install a V8 in it, slec thankfully this never occurred.

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History Production car era The first two races were open to production based sedans and, at six hours duration, were substantially longer than later iterations of the race.

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Nationally however he is best remembered as Dick Johnson’s co-driver to win the crash-shortened Bathurst French was driving the 17 Ford XD Falcon when the race was stopped, but wasn’t one of the cars in the accident. John French racing driver topic John French born 28 November is an Australian retired racing driver. Mildren eschewed the more usual Coventry Climax FPF engine in favour of a Maserati sports car unit to power his Cooper T51, one of many competitors at the time who tried sports car engines in racing car chassis.