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2002 V8 Supercars - Oran Park - Race 1
2002 V8 Supercars - Oran Park - Race 1

Oran Park Raceway
DVD given out to all spectators at the NRMA Grand Finale V8 Supercars in 2008. Pretty good insight into the history of Oran Park Raceway as Australian race fans faced its emotional closure in the following months.

1982 Oran Park (AEC) Endurance Championship R1 (Super100mph)
https://www.youtube.com/super100mph Oh how much do we miss Oran Park? From a spectators point of view, Oran Park was one of the best, could see everything.. Enjoy this blast from the past with commentators Will Hagon ans John Smailes when Bobby Morris and Alan Jones team up in a Falcon ready to take on Dick Johnson's brand new Falcon preparing for his 1982 Bathurst assault. Also features Big Rev Kev's Channel 9 famous Camaro. This is the first endurance race for the season. The 1982 Australian Endurance Championship was a CAMS sanctioned Australian motor racing championship for Group C Touring Cars.[1] It was the second Australian Endurance Championship [2] and the first to incorporate titles for both drivers and makes. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1982_Australian_Endurance_Championship The circuit was established by the Singer Car Club, with its opening meeting held on the weekend of 17–18 February 1962.[1] A motorcycle race meeting was held on 17 February 1963, with reigning Grand Prix Champion Jim Redman being the star attraction.[2] Redman won nearly every class and set the lap record of 50.4 seconds, only 0.8 seconds slower than Frank Matich's outright time set in a 2.6 litre Lotus Sports Car. The original lap distance of 1.0 miles (1.6 km) was later extended to 1.21 miles (1.9 km)[3] with a further extension in 1974[4] creating an alternative “Grand Prix” circuit of 1.63 miles (2.62 km) in length.[3] The Grand Prix circuit featured a figure-eight shape with a bridge where the track crossed over itself. Despite the loop the racing direction was still regarded as being anticlockwise. The complex also had a motocross track, a skidpan, a dirt track and four wheel drive course and a 1000 foot drag strip. Most of the circuit was visible from the main grandstand or the grassed banks surrounding the track. Oran Park was used regularly for rounds of the Australian Touring Car Championship, V8 Supercar Championship Series, Australian Drivers' Championship and Australian Sports Sedan Championship. The Australian Grand Prix was held at Oran Park in 1974 and 1977. In the 1970s the circuit attracted large crowds for the popular Toby Lee Series, initially run for Series Production Touring Cars and later for Sports Sedans. The inaugural Rothmans 500 for Touring Cars was staged in 1977 but the 1978 event was to be the second and last running of this endurance race. Shorter touring car endurance races would continue to be held at Oran Park during the 1980s and apart from the Sandown and Bathurst classics would last the longest before fading interest caused the compression of the endurance season to just those two events. The final such Oran Park enduro would be the 1989 Pepsi 300 won by Andrew Miedecke and Andrew Bagnall driving a Ford Sierra RS500. The final V8 Supercar round was held in December 2008, won by Garth Tander. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oran_Park_Raceway

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