COMMENT: Speedway’s gradual Western Revolution

Richard Craill December 27, 2022

A WISE person once said; ‘The definition of insanity is trying the same thing over and over again and expecting different results each time’. Welcome,

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COMMENT: There’s a limit to ‘less is more’

Richard Craill December 7, 2022

FRIDAY at the VALO Adelaide 500 was a good day. The sun was shining, though not yet at the scorching levels that the weekend would

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Why Geelong is the Perfect Motorsport Event

Mark Walker December 6, 2022

DUE to a quirk of COVID, the Geelong Revival was held twice this year on the shores of Corio Bay, and after attending both, I’ve

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INSIGHT: The unheralded best there’s been

Richard Craill November 29, 2022

HAD TIM MACROW been a Touring Car racer, his forthcoming retirement from full-time competition at the end of this week’s Adelaide 500 would be feted

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Better to be turned down than turned off

Richard Craill November 25, 2022

QUITE RIGHTFULLY there's a lot of chatter in the media and by fans about the fact that S5000 are being forced to turn down their

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The Bathurst lap records that aren’t lap records

Richard Craill November 17, 2022

NO CIRCUIT in Australia has a lap time so passionately chased and coveted as Mount Panorama. The lap record at the iconic circuit has long

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The Move that Shook the World

Mark Walker November 1, 2022

Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the past 24 hours, by now you would have seen Ross Chastain’s rather remarkable last-lap move

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HOT TAKE: the right type of cars for the right type of track

Richard Craill October 28, 2022

LATE in the second S5000 practice session at the Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500, cameras picked up Cooper Webster's Versa Motorsport entry running down the

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Great Race Storylines Run Deep

Dale Rodgers October 20, 2022

Every year the Bathurst 1000 writes a unique chapter into Australian motorsport history, and almost every year it is for a different reason. Way back

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INSIGHT: The changing face of Bathurst viewers

Richard Craill October 18, 2022

BACK IN 2014, when the world was a much simpler place, the only way you could watch the Bathurst 1000 was via one single, linear

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