Archive for August, 2012

WTAC :: Best In Show

The World Time Attack Challenge is one of the largest events of it’s kind and happens to have so much going on it needs several post for us just to give you a glimpse of what you may have missed.

In the skid pan area of Eastern Creek Raceway some of Sydney’s best street cars came out to strut their stuff on the final day of the WTAC.
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Hardtuned :: Melbourne Meet #2

We have been absolutely inundated with car meets these past few weeks here in Melbourne, with something on every weekend after WTAC, we can barely keep up!

When held their second official meet for the year, it was a great turnout with the street absolutely littered with great looking imports as far as the eye could see!!

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EXE Crew :: DECA Day Out

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A few times a year the exe crew get together and organise a full day of ball tearing Motorkhana action, for many; this is a great test of their own skill and an ultimate stress test for their beloved machines.
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WTAC 2012 :: By The Numbers

Sydney Motorsport Park (formerly Eastern Creek Raceway) was once again alive with the sound of rotary, boosted and N/A engines from around Australia and the globe, all battling against the formidable stop watch.

It seems that just like the lap times this year, the last twelve months have gone extremely quickly, since’s humble beginnings in a hotel just five minutes from the track at last years event.

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WTAC :: A Sign Of Things To Come

It’s now 2am Friday, day one of the WTAC is about to kick off in just a few short hours!

Instead of sleeping we decided to give you a glimpse of the action about to unfold at the newly renamed Sydney Motorsport Park (Formally Eastern Creek Raceway)
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JDMST :: The Last Bridge Meet?

Another month, another meet.

With planning left to the last second the meet nearly didn’t go ahead this month.

A few days before the end of the month someone decided to announce that the meet was on and just like that, a few days later we saw over 100 cars mix it up under Melbourne’s iconic Bolte bridge.
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