Podcast Richard Craill March 22, 2023

Grand Prix CEO Andrew Westacott on 2023

AUSTRALIAN Grand Prix Corporation CEO Andrew Westacott drops in a week out of one of Australia's largest sporting events this year. It's his last year at the helm of the Grand Prix and he talks about the challenges, the current year and the future. Then the boys talk all things F1, the fallout from Saudi, plus a deep dive into the Hots and Nots from the week that was! Spotify: Click HereApple: Click HereDeezer: Click Here Or listen on the Radio Show Ltd channel RS1 at 9pm (UK time) on Thursday nights.

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Feature Mark Walker March 21, 2023

The Beastly Sportscars of the Island Classic

Rounding out our trilogy of features from the 34th annual Phillip Island Classic is a look at some of the brilliant sports cars that tore up our most picturesque racetrack. Part 1: Open Wheelers | Part 2: Touring Cars | Event Photo Gallery From Le Mans legends to Can Am carporn, and everything in between, the Phillip Island showcase was simply exceptional. VIDEO https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PuACEsUuxZQ

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News Team TRT March 21, 2023

DJR Star for BMW

ANTHONY SOOLE will return for another crack at Hi-Tec Oils Bathurst 6 Hour success this year - and he's bringing more than just a star co-pilot along for the ride.  The Sydney BMW M4 driver will once again have the services of Shell V-Power Racing Supercars star Anton de Pasquale this year, the DJR pilot having placed Soole's car third on the grid for last year's race.  The experienced Adam Burgess completes the three-strong combination. However, it is a charitable cause that has the experienced Production Car racer the most fired up about his Bathurst return this year. Soole has

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Photos Richard Craill March 20, 2023

Super Sebring, Super gallery

THE GREAT man / myth / legend that is Andrew 'Skippy' Hall was back in the 'States last weekend to capture everything from Super Sebring, the IMSA-WEC double header at the ex-Military airbase in central Florida. It's one of the most unique events of the year and from the colour off track to the brightness on it - and the epic sunsets - it rarely lets us down. Many thanks to Skippy for this outstanding gallery of excellence - all 80 of them. Enjoy.

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Feature Mark Walker March 18, 2023

Bathurst Legends Take on the Island

The Phillip Island Classic simply brings out the best of the best. No matter if it is open wheelers, sports cars or tourers that tickle your fancy, there is genuinely some fantastic iron being showcased. This year's 34th running of the event was no different, with a bumper field of genuine Group C and Group A Touring Cars turning on a whale of a show. From big V8s, to turbo screamers and rotary wizards, to the stars of the baby car classes, there was something for everyone. There were some very handy steerers behind the wheel too, like legends Greg

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News Richard Craill March 17, 2023

Strong second-placed start for Sargent, McElrea in US debut

REIGNING Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge Australia champion Thomas Sargent has starred in his debut performance in the United States.  The rising star from Young, in country New South Wales, finished second in each of the opening two races of the Porsche Deluxe Carrera Cup North America Championship.  In what doubled as the debut for champion Aussie team McElrea Racing in the series, Sargent qualified fourth for race one however made up two spots early to finish second behind eventual winner Riley Dickinson from Kelly-Moss Racing.  He then started the second race from the outside of the front row and again

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News Richard Craill March 16, 2023

Stunning new livery, sponsor for TRT-supported Excel

A STUNNING new livery, a new major brand supporting and new plans highlight Check it Out Racing's 2023 racing season. Led by former national Excel champion Asher Johnston, the team has launched their 2023 campaign with a stunning new livery featuring the support of 'Hobgoblin Ruby Ale', an ale crafted by Wychwood Brewing in the United Kingdom and now distributed in Australia by long-time CIOR supporters, Empire Liquor. Adelaide restaurant Schnithouse, Graphic Art Mart, Hoolagators All-American diecast, Excel Racing Australia, S&J Automotive, CARMA, Pro Fab Weld and The Race Torque also return as sponsors in 2023. The car was wrapped

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News Team TRT March 16, 2023

New Formula Ford season commences

The 2023 Australian Formula Ford season kicks off this weekend at Morgan Park, Queensland with 24 cars on the track and is expected to be another exciting race for the series title. The 2022 series went down to the final race of the season with Sonic Racing’s Valentino Astuti claiming the title ahead of James Piszcyk and Cameron McLeod.  Those 3 drivers have this year moved into other categories, looking to continue their rise through the ranks of Motorsport, and the opportunity is now open for another young aspiring driver to make their mark and run for the series trophy.

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Podcast Richard Craill March 15, 2023

Kicking off at the kick off! Newcastle breakdown.

THE FULL OTG Rundown of the dramatic weekend in Newcastle is here, with the team pulling no punches in their assessment of what went on, from Triple Eight being pinged, to the SVG-versus-the-world dramas on Sunday afternoon and everything else in between. Plus Dale Rodgers went to the Phillip Island Classic and had a light chat with Greg Murphy and Steven Richards about their pounding around in old Nissan Skylines, which sounded like an awfully good time. The weekly Hot and Nots are there and all the usual stuff you love to hear, or merely tolerate, each week. Spotify: Click HereApple: Click

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Feature Mark Walker March 14, 2023

F1, Indycar & More at the Island

Over the weekend, the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit was sung some of the sweetest notes from the world of historic open-wheel racing. The 34th annual Phillip Island Classic brought together a host of northern hemisphere visiting Formula One cars, which mixed with the cream of the local ex-GP scene, while added into the mix were some classic Indycars, F5000s, Formula Holdens, plus the usual eclectic mix of historic Group Q and R machinery, which covers an incredible array of machinery from around the world – picture North American SCCA oddities matched against Formula Pacifics and more. A highlight of

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