FW1 shines at Sunshine Coast
November 9, 2012
They call it the Sunshine Coast for a reason, it’s 9am and the heat is blazing on the track of the Gold Coast 600. The FW1 Aussie Racing Cars paddock is a furnace. The hot engines burn after the practice round, with mechanics and drivers waiting patiently for a cool breeze to approach.
This track however is a favourite amongst many drivers. This infamous street circuit proved a challenge for the FW1 Aussie Racing Car drivers over the three day weekend in October, with many close-quarter battles on the track amongst these little racing machines. A huge rollover highlighted the opening race of the Series with John Reynolds rolling his car three times after losing control approaching Turn One.
As the major Series sponsor, FW1 promoted their brand at the event with a team of promo girls, and provided multimedia coverage of the Series through social media for fans who could not make the event.
Appco Group representatives were given behind-the-scenes access and a tour of the racing circuit by Aussie Racing Cars. One of the representatives, Craig Menzies, was given the honour of presenting the trophies to the winning drivers on the podium of the Gold Coast 600 in front of thousand of motor racing fans.
Lead drivers Trent Young, Kyle Clews, Peter Carr and Darren Chamberlin fought hard along the street circuit to gain advantage at every turn; however it was Trent Young who emerged victorious taking out the Round at the Gold Coast.
The FW1 Aussie Racing Cars will head finally to Winton in mid-November to compete in the last race of the season on November 16, 2012.
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