WAY back in 2002, I stole my old man’s Canon film camera, went to the Adelaide 500 and somehow blagged my way into getting a media pass and then a trackside vest. I had no
LAST WEEK, Melbourne-based Supercars teams rushed to move their entire squads north of the New South Wales border in less than a day in a bid to avoid being trapped in Victoria thanks to their
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I HAD this week planned a dive into one of the core issues facing Supercars at the moment, specifically the fact that a series trading on the star power of their drivers is in real
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AT AN inner-city pub not far from the Adelaide Street circuit, a very large man ringing a bell – much in the same way a town Cryer would centuries ago – brought the several hundred