Steve Owen

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.

Motor Sport

Lowndes back in the hunt for fourth title

Craig Lowndes (right) and Warren Luff celebrate after their win on Saturday.

Mark Fogarty Popular V8 veteran gains his best shot at his long-awaited fourth V8 Supercars championship.

Motor Racing

Will Davison on pole for Sandown 500

MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA - SEPTEMBER 14: Will Davison (R) driver of the #6 Pepsi Max Ford celebrates with co driver Steve Owen after taking pole position for the Sandown 500, which is round 10 of the V8 Supercar Championship Series at Sandown International Motor Raceway on September 14, 2013 in Melbourne, Australia.  (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Ford driver Will Davison has won the second qualifying race on Saturday to claim pole position for Sunday's Sandown 500 V8 Supercar race.

Unsigned Davison scores pole

Will Davison

Mark Fogarty As the driver dominoes start falling in V8 Supercars, Ford flyer Will Davison is the biggest name yet to secure a new deal from next year.

Motor Sport

Triple Eight 1-2 in Sandown 500

Jamie Whincup

Michael Lynch V8 champion Jamie Whincup has tightened his grip on this year's title.

Bathurst 1000: The form guide to the great race

Craig Lowndes

Stephen Ottley IT'S the other race that stops a nation. The Bathurst 1000 is V8 Supercars' showcase, the ultimate test of man and machine.

Motor Sport

Stoner finds it's tough going in heavy traffic

Casey Stoner

Mark Fogarty Former world motorcycle champion doesn't get a chance to show his improvement behind the wheel.

Motor Sport

Whincup tips Lowndes for the great race

Jamie Whincup

Mark Fogarty, Bathurst All leading contenders to decide first five rows of starting grid for Bathurst 1000.

Motorsport

Davison wins last race of V8 season

Ford driver Will Davison won the season-ending V8 Supercars race to ensure Holden didn't claim all the bragging rights from the historic weekend.

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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Mark 
Ellis 
My 
Career Editor 
MyCareer.com.au 

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Media House, 655 Collins Street, Docklands VIC 3008 
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03 8667 3131 
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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.

Endurance kings again the men to beat

Robert Grant Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup are set to continue their stranglehold on the key V8 Supercar events after dominating qualifying for the Phillip Island 500.

Talentless V8 drivers 'will disappear'

Robert Grant Supercar "also ran" drivers will be eliminated next year with smaller grids, making for better racing, according to V8 boss Wayne Cattach.

'Frosty' ready to fire at Clipsal 500

By Cameron Tomarchio Ford Performance Racing were so excited about their 2008 V8 Supercar title prospects they wanted to work through Christmas.