New partnership to boost Indigenous motorsport ambitions

New partnership to boost Indigenous motorsport ambitions

Racing Together and Viva Energy partner for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander youth

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No wins, no worries: Ambrose's rare Darwin feat

No wins, no worries: Ambrose's rare Darwin feat

Ambrose claimed Ford’s first round win of 2001 without winning

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Pizza Hut and BJR join forces on Hazelwood entry

Pizza Hut and BJR join forces on Hazelwood entry

The iconic brand has linked up with BJR and Hazelwood

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Feature: Television numbers game

Feature: Television numbers game

The Repco Supercars Championship’s latest television deal may look similar to the one first struck with Fox Sports Australia, but the media-rights package has evolved as the championship navigates an ever-changing television landscape. We examine the progression of Supercars’ television deal and its results in SupercarXtra Magazine issue #121.

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1. Shane van Gisbergen
1112  
2. Jamie Whincup
922 -190
3. Chaz Mostert
866 -246
4. Will Davison
861 -251
5. Cameron Waters
848 -264
6. Mark Winterbottom
697 -415
7. Anton De Pasquale
648 -464
8. Andre Heimgartner
646 -466
9. Nick Percat
617 -495
10. Brodie Kostecki
615 -497

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