FW1 Super Series races into Sydney

September 11, 2012

August 24-26 saw the FW1 Aussie Racing Cars hit the track at Sydney Motorsport Park to compete in Round 5 of the 2012 FW1 Aussie Racing Cars Super Series. It had been nearly two years since the Aussie Racing Cars returned to the track (formerly known as Eastern Creek Raceway), with high hopes amongst the drivers to claim the Round title. The cars provided a spectacular show of racing in support to the V8 Supercars over the three-day weekend.

FW1 hosted a merchandise site at the V8 event selling fantastic deals on FW1, with Aussie Racing Cars offering one of their cars for display, in which young racing fans were invited to sit in.

The second edition of the Australian GT racing magazine was also launched at the event, with FW1 receiving fantastic media coverage over several pages in the publication.

To the racetrack, where FW1 drivers Travis Edwards and Darren Chamberlin collided during the qualifier, emerging out of the smoke with only minor damage to both cars.

The following races proved a battle amongst the top drivers, with the final 10-lap race proving the decider with Mako Eyewear Driver, Peter Carr, emerging victorious, followed closely by Tyler Owen and Trent Young. Appco Group – Prosales would like to congratulate FW1 Driver, Darren Chamberlin who was the clear winner for the Masters Cup with his outstanding performance battling the track.

In addition, FW1 provided media support throughout the weekend, designing two feature-length videos about the Series, and maintaining social media coverage for Fans around Australia and overseas. The brand also received media appearances through several motor-racing websites such as Speedcafe and FoxSports.

The FW1 Aussie Racing Cars Super Series will be heading to the V8 Supercar Gold Coast 600 for Round 6 of the Series on October 19-21, 2012.

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