Top five Motorsport Events in Australia for 2015

Jess Wallace | 27/01/2015 3:54:43 PM

As we draw closer to the end of January, a lot of keen motorsport fans are now starting to look forward to the numerous events which are coming up this year. Here we round up our top five motorsport events in Australia for 2015. V8’s The V8 Supercars Championship is one of the biggest if not the biggest motorsport event for Australia. In 2015 there will be 14 Championship events. The V8 Supercars Championship event races happen in all states of Australia and this year new broadc...

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Categories: Sport

2014 Christmas gift list for car lovers

Jess Wallace | 28/11/2014 1:40:49 PM

With Christmas coming up faster than you can say Father Christmas, the same question seems to be on everyone’s mind – what do I buy? We have put together our top seven Christmas gifts for the car enthusiast in your family to help you out this year. Holden Torana images frame The A9X Torana is one of the most remembered and iconic race cars to come out in the Bathurst series.  The road version was designed specifically to win Bathurst and the Holden Torana images frame...

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Top 6 V8 moments in history

Jess Wallace | 31/10/2014 1:51:26 PM

The V8 supercar season is arguably one of the greatest times of the year for motorsport fans. It’s that time of year where names such as Whincup, Murphy and Lowndes become familiar in conversations and everyone is talking about the races from the past weekend. With two weekends to go until the end of the 2014 V8 season we take a look back on six memorable moments through the V8 supercar history. 1. Tap at the Creek At Eastern Creek in 2003, the famous Skaife- Ingall incident too...

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Categories: Holden, Nissan, Sport

Fleetcare - Celebrating 25 Years

Jess Wallace | 22/10/2014 3:05:57 PM

'When we established Fleetcare 25 years ago we didn’t want to be like other fleet management companies. We wanted to create a business that was inspired by customers and dedicated to delivering a first class service. Rather than relying on our purchasing power to secure sales, we listened intently to our customers and tasked ourselves with saving them time and money in the most unlikely places – from fuel consumption and maintenance, to roadside recovery and management inf...

Interview with a Formula One Motorsport Fabricator

Jess Wallace | 1/09/2014 3:29:29 PM

Formula One racing is a topic which people hear about throughout the racing year however a lot is unknown about what really goes in to making these amazing vehicles which can travel to excess speeds of 300km/h. This week we were lucky enough to speak with Motorsport Fabricator Rob Dowe who works with Aussie Daniel Ricciardo’s team Red Bull Racing F1 in the UK. Here is a bit about Rob and what it is like to work for Red Bull Racing F1. 1) Where do you currently work and what is...

The youngest driver in Formula One history

Jess Wallace | 25/08/2014 3:47:54 PM

This week it was announced that Max Verstappen will replace Jean-Eric Vergne in Red Bull’s development team - Toro Rosso.  With Max’s debut in the next Formula One season at the tender age of 17 this will make him the youngest driver in Formula One History. Who is Max Verstappen? Max Verstappen is the son of Jos Verstappen and is currently racing in the European F3 championship. Father Jos raced for Formula One between 1994 and 2003 alongside Michael Schumacher for the Benet...

Commonwealth Games 2014 Wrap Up

Jess Wallace | 5/08/2014 11:20:16 AM

With the 2014 Glasgow Commonwealth games now finished we take a look over the controversy, thrills, spills and triumphs of our Australian athletes in Glasgow. 137 successfully achieved medals With 137 medals successfully achieved by our Australian team in Glasgow it’s hard not to be proud to call yourself an Australian right now. Coming second place behind England on 174 medals, Australia dominated the medal tally, far outreaching Canada in third place on 82 medals. Here is a ru...

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The 2014 FIFA World Cup So Far

Jessica Wallace | 27/06/2014 8:54:11 AM

As the 2014 FIFA World Cup approaches the end of the initial group stage, we take a look over the highlights, thrills and spills of the opening fortnight of competition, and focus on some of the shocks and stars of the tournament so far. Although beset with off-field problems prior to the start of the tournament, the Brazilians have put on a fantastic spectacle to date, with some of football's biggest names lighting up the world stage. Stadiums have been packed to capacity for many ma...

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Geneva Motor Show 2014 Highlights

Kirsten Brent | 24/03/2014 3:45:56 PM

The famous Geneva Motor Show just wrapped up in the Swiss city, running from the 6th to the 16th of March 2014. Geneva is one of the biggest events on the automotive calendar, with many major car makers unveiling new models and concept cars. We take a look at some of our favourite cars from Geneva, and some of the new cars that will be shaping our driving future. Audi TT Update and TT Quattro Sport Concept One of the most anticipated debuts from Geneva was undoubtedly that of the new ...

Volkswagen fight for number 1 spot

Rory Deegan - Online Marketing Coordinator | 25/11/2011 2:22:05 PM

It was 11.09am on a hot Perth morning at the VW drive day, my palms were sweaty and my heart was pounding, I was facing my first ever slalom time trial and I was nervous. As it turns out I posted an average speed and my trial went off without incident but that was just an aside. In the time waiting for my run at the course I had learned just how exciting VW and its future really is.   VW progress In the past few years VW has been growing its market share, slowly and quietly, in...

The all new Holden Barina - Top ten material?

Rory Deegan - Online Marketing Coordinator | 23/09/2011 3:52:29 PM

Walking into the Melbourne docklands warehouse that hosted the Holden Barina launch I was immediately confronted with two vehicles. One was Holdens first attempt at the Barina, its boxy awkward frame reminded me of my mothers old 1980’s Ford Fiesta which would break down at the most inopportune of times (once on the beach as the tide was coming in). The other was the all new Holden Barina, which despite its less aesthetically pleasing predecessors offered a very unique and bold take on ...

The Perth Motor Show 2011; A review

Rory Deegan - Online Marketing Coordinator | 25/08/2011 9:37:09 AM

The Perth Motor Show returned to the Perth Convention Centre after a 3 year break to mixed reviews, tentative expectations and guarded optimism. The show was engaging and enjoyable but cost cautiousness on behalf of the organisers (and car manufacturers) was evident as some more fun motor show elements were absent.   Highs and lows While the motor show was largely a successful venture with their event managers reporting the attendance in the 30,000 region it has to be said that...

Sydney Motor Show Stoppers

Bowan Spanbroek - Marketing Co-ordinator | 20/10/2010 10:53:12 AM

In a day full of elegance champagne and super models these rough edged rouges showed that the Sydney Motor Show isn’t just for super car prototypes. These exciting previews signal 2011 as a year for a shake up in the Utility and Jeep categories.   Ford Ranger The new “one world, one ford” branding is doing great things across all categories and the utility is no exception. With bulky F150 styling and a payload of over 1500kg the styling is also backed up by le...

Nissan Dualis Drive Day: Shifting my perception of light SUV’s

Bowan Spanbroek - Marketing Co-ordinator | 4/10/2010 11:11:20 AM

The new cross over segment that has been emerging over the past 4 years is somewhat of an enigma in the fleet industry. Is it a 4WD is it an SUV or is it a wagon? No it’s a light SUV or a family crossover or maybe a compact SUV……. I think. Whatever you name it, the growth in this segment is impossible to ignore with a massive 35% growth year to date (source: VFACTS). But is that growth just from young families and people with too many dogs or has fleet started to see value...

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Categories: Car Review, Nissan
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