Holden Commodore VN Saloon Car SA 91 - Mallanats burnout competition, Mallala 05/12/2009
My saloon car being driven by my husband Craig Walkom at the Mallanats. After 5 years of engineering this car for me to race, it was his turn to have some fun. This car runs a Holden 3.8 V6 engine built to CAMS 3K Saloon Car specifications. It has similar horsepower to a stock 5.0 V8 and won the Dyno challenge for naturally aspirated 6-cylinder cars on the same day. Craig also drove it in the Go to Whoa, Dash For Cash, and Track Cruise. This car does 1m 22s laps of Mallala, came 3rd overall in the 2008 and 2009 South Australian Saloon Car Championships, has raced at the Bathurst 12-hour twice (and will be back in February 2010), has also raced at Sandown and Winton, and has raced once in the ANDRA Tri-Series drag racing series. It even gets driven on the road occasionally with a permit from Transport SA. We believe in having fun with our cars and using them for more than one thing! :o) Unfortunately this car was written off by some idiot at round 1 of the 2011 SA Motor Racing Championships & was crushed. It was replaced with a new VN (same colour but slightly different).
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Naomi Maltby - Holden Commodore VN Saloon Car Crash - Bathurst February 2009
This is a short video showing me crashing into the wall at Forrest Elbow at Mt Panorama, Bathurst. This was at the 12-Hour race meeting in February 2009. I am driving the blue car in front of the camera car. This was during the qualifying session. Unfortunately it did some damage to the front right suspension, which was patched up in time for races 1 & 2 but the car wasn't quite handling 100% for the rest of the weekend. Footage taken from Basil Stratos' car.Thanks Basil for the tape!
Mallala Saloon Car race - 3 May 2009 - Holden Commodore VN (short version)
This is an in-car video from VN Commodore Saloon Car #91 driven by me, Naomi Maltby. It's the first couple of laps of a race at Mallala from round 2 of the South Australian Motor Racing Championship. There are no major crashes or even much close racing - I couldn't stay with the cars in front and the ones behind couldn't catch me. But I was quite happy with my corner lines etc. Enjoy!