Paul Morris

Whincup applies heat but Frosty doesn't melt

Peter McKay That was an intense and enthralling denouement to the Bathurst 1000, with a handful of fast drivers taking it to the max until there were just two in a fight to the flag.

Mark Winterbottom approaches V8 Supercars finale chilled

Peter McKay dinkus

Peter McKay After some tight and occasionally scarily brutal racing at Phillip Island, this year's V8 Supercars Championship in Sydney next weekend should be a duel between the Red Bull Holden pair Jamie Whincup...

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Motorsport

Final V8 driver places filling up

Alex Davison.

 

 
  
 
 
From: Mark Ellis 
Sent: Monday, 20 
September 2010 1:38 PM
To: Annabel Ross
Subject: FW: First 
and Worst Column Idea
hi

 

unless you have something lined up, here's one someone 
prepared earlier

 

i reckon we should use it

 

cheers

 

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Career Editor 
MyCareer.com.au 

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Media House, 655 Collins Street, Docklands VIC 3008 
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From: Tony Mee - BAM Media 
[mailto:tony@bammedia.com.au] 
Sent: Monday, 20 September 2010 1:32 
PM
To: Mark Ellis
Subject: First and Worst Column 
Idea
 

Hi Mark,

 

I saw the ‘First and Worst’ column in MyCareer.com.au and 
thought you might be interested in a V8 theme for the October 9/10 edition given 
that this is the Bathurst 1000 weekend.

 

I’ve attached some words direct from Alex Davison. Alex 
drives for IRWIN Racing and is a contender for the Bathurst 
podium.

Mark Fogarty The remaining dominoes are starting to fall for V8 Supercar drivers, with the confirmed return of Alex Davison leaving just four unfilled places for next year.

Motorsport

V8 team FPR sold to Melbourne-based pair

Will Davison drives the No6 Tradingpost FPR

Mark Fogarty Leading V8 Supercar team Ford Performance Racing has been sold by its British owner in a surprise deal worth at least $8 million.

Courtney move sets off V8 musical chairs

Guy Hand A big-money change of teams for Ford's James Courtney is set to trigger one of the most complex off-season V8 Supercar driver-go-rounds in years.

Whincup times his bad run to perfection

Guy Hand Champions need perfect timing, and new V8 Supercar champ Jamie Whincup even managed to find the right moment for his Ford to self-destruct.

Crumbling Oran Park concern for drivers

Guy Hand Ford's Jamie Whincup hopes an Oran Park track that is falling apart doesn't send his V8 Supercar championship hopes crumbling.

Skaife expects V8 bosses to clear deal

Adrian Warren Mark Skaife says he is debt free and can see no reason his proposed deal to hand ownership of the Holden Racing Team to Tom Walkinshaw will not go through.

Championship factor is Bathurst wildcard

Cameron Tomarchio Popular opinion has it that only three cars can win this year's Great Race on Mount Panorama at Bathurst.

Courtney says Holden drivers 'too old'

Leonard Siragusa Ford V8 Supercar pilot James Courtney has further inflamed tensions with Holden, saying their driver line-up is simply too old.

Talk of V8 'crashfest' at Hamilton meet

By Cameron Tomarchio "The Enforcer" Russell Ingall has predicted a crash fest at V8 Supercars' inaugural Hamilton street race in New Zealand this month.

More drivers in hospital after crash

By Cameron Tomarchio Three more V8 racing drivers have been admitted to Royal Adelaide hospital in a second serious accident to mar this weekend's Clipsal 500.

V8 driver critical condition after crash

By Cameron Tomarchio Ashley Cooper, a driver in the V8 Supercar second-tier Fujitsu series, is in a critical condition following a high-speed crash at the Clipsal 500.

Van Gisbergen joins Stone Brothers

Young New Zealand talent Shane van Gisbergen has joined Ford's Stone Brothers Racing team for the 2008 V8 Supercar season.

New V8 team, same attitude from Ingall

By Laine Clark Veteran V8 Supercar driver Russell Ingall says he won't be doing Mark Skaife any favours despite joining his old sparring partner in the Holden stable.

Whincup wins top award as moves start

By Guy Hand Ford's Jamie Whincup has won the V8 Supercar racing best and fairest award, while the off-season driver-go-round is about to start.

Kelly, Morris call V8 Supercar truce

By Cameron Tomarchio Feuding drivers Todd Kelly and Paul Morris have promised to put aside their differences for this weekend's V8 Supercar round in Tasmania.