Shannons Nationals - Mallala 2010
Shannons V8 Touring Cars - Race 2
Order of appearance (and indeed final result)
1. Terry Wyhoon
2. Tony Evangelou
3. Chris Smerdon
4. Michael Bartsch
5. Dean Kovacevich
6. Matthew Hansen
Rd.2 Shannons Nationals 2010 - Porsche GT3, V8 Supercars, F3, AMC
Some highlights from Rd.2 of Shannons Nationals motor racing championship
held at Symmons Plains Raceway Tasmania on April 10 - 11 2010. Footage
includes action from the Porsche GT Cup Challange, Aus Manufacturers
Championship, V8 Touring Cars and the Formula 3 Drivers Championship.
SUPERSTARS SERIES Hockenheim V8 Touring Cars - BMW M3 E92 - Audi RS4 - CHRYSLER 300C SRT8
Check http://www.superstars.it/ for the Race-events!
The emerging SUPERSTARS Series for the first time at Hockenheim in June,
2010. Enjoy great Touring Cars with mighty V8 sounds, as Mercedes C63 AMG -
CHEVROLET LUMINA CR8 - Maserati Quattroporte - CADILLAC CTS-V - BMW M3 E92
- BMW M5 - Audi RS4 - BMW M3 E90 - JAGUAR XF and the great CHRYSLER 300C
SRT8. See worldclass Drivers as Johnny Herbert - Gianni Morbidelli - Thomas
Biagi - Luca Rangoni - Luca Capellari and many more. Click for more
Music by Michael Donner
Mallala Saloon Car race - 5 June 2010 - Holden Commodore VN
This is an in-car video from VN Commodore Saloon Car #91 driven by me,
Naomi Maltby. It's most of a race at Mallala from the HQ Enduro
(non-points) meeting. This was the first try with a new in-car camera from
eBay - clearly we need to mount it a bit higher up next time. At the top of
the screen you can see the other cars in the mirror, which is kind of
cool...The date stamp is incorrect, I don't know how to set it. Enjoy!
GR: Formula Ford @ Mallala Motor Sport Park
Test driving Formula Fords at Mallala in South Australia.
I drove for 2x10 laps. The first run had lots of overtaking and a car
better suited for my liking but a badly positioned camera, thus the lack of
material from that run.
The second run had a car with a lot more understeer and a very dodgy
Both however were just incredible to drive! Insane machines, despite that
these were limited to 4.500rpm.
NOTE: Yes, I am provoking the car quite a lot to oversteer.
Why? Because I wanted to see how such a light, mid engined car would behave
when pushed to far. And, because it's just so incredibly fun. :)