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22nd September, 2015 · Technology E-Racing Powers on in China
Electric powered cars are a hot topic in the Australian motoring industry, with an electric highway on the cards for drivers in Western Australia . But this innovative technology has also crossed over to Formula...
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22nd September, 2015 · Motorsport Australian Motorsport – The Winner
A mutual friend connected me with Roger Penske during the time he and his President of Racing, Tim Cindric were evaluating participation in our Australian V8 Supercar Series.  After a few overseas calls, I found...
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27th July, 2015 · Motorsport On track with Crenno – motorsport memorabilia. How many memorabilia collectors like Carrington Ashton are there?
I have often pondered what the overall annual dollar value of the sports memorabilia industry would be in Australia. No matter what the sport; football, cricket, golf, tennis or motorsport – there are enthusiast collectors...
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25th May, 2015 · Motorsport On track with “Crenno” – change is not in the air
The exit of Ford, Holden and Toyota from local manufacturing means a major shift for our car industry as well as some serious implications at the elite end of Australian Motor Sport, V8 Supercars. The...
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3rd March, 2015 · Motorsport On track with “Crenno”: the business of motorsport is twice as tough as the business of business
One of my favourite topics when I get the chance to have a good quality yarn to business associates in the sports industry is to talk about the difference between working in sports business versus...
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1st December, 2014 · Motorsport On track with “Crenno” the mountain magic that brought Brock back to Holden and HSV/HR
On Thursday morning October 9, 2014 I was on the road from Melbourne, heading to Orange, NSW in my wife’s four year old VW. My trip to Central NSW was to accomplish two things. One,...
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