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SportsExtra_Motorsport
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McLaughlin Wins Race1!



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skaifeman
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Very well done!


"Ford’s Bathurst winning bonus didn’t even cover the cost of the after-party" - Allan Moffat, 1977
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CP
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The Roof is now Lighter



We don't need no metal to make the mother****er lighter. Its a lighter mother****er.
Ohh, ohh, come on racing people. Ohh, ohh, read this press release.

As you can tell by the Bloodhound Gang inspired opening lines, there was some big news regarding the construction of cars competing in the V8CFL. While it is well known that Holden's new ZB Commodore Supercar was allowed some concessions in the way certain panels were made, many of the V8CFL teams applied to the category manager have the same freedoms as the Holden runners.

Ultimate Racing Team, who are the only team running Nissan Altimas this season were one of the teams who filled out a permission slip. They in turn got the only part they asked for. A composite roof.

"We haven't run these cars for over 12 months until Adelaide, but in those 12 months, the way our Altimas were constructed were a little outdated" said Ultimate Racing Team owner Craig Paterson. "We are glad we got a plastic roof. That was all we needed".

It was a mixed weekend for Ultimate Racing Team at Albert Park. "Did you know we are racing for points this weekend?" asked the #98N driver Scott McLaughlin. "We have to say that at every opportunity as everyone else has to". Team owner Craig Paterson was overheard saying the same thing. Numerous times. There must be something in the Albert Park Lake that has caused every V8CFL participant to chant, "We are racing for points this weekend".

As for the racing, the end results varied from what was stated on the tin. The #98N crew didn't really get into the swing of things until the final race of the weekend. "We were racing for points" said CP. "That wasn't the only reason why we only worked out what the hell we were doing all weekend. It's amazing what a strategically placed bit of tape can do for performance".

Scott McLaughlin echoed, "We had a good set of tyres for the final race but throughout the weekend we couldn't unlock anything from them until Sunday. It was only when our engineer went up the road to a tool store and brought back several rolls of yellow electrical tape. Rather than cheating and using borrowed tyre warmers from the F1 paddock, the pit crew used the electrical tape to scuff the tyres up before the race".

"But unlike our cricket team in South Africa at the moment, the first time you are hearing this is in our press release" said an enthusiastic team owner.

The electrical tape worked. Scott McLaughlin brought home the #98N BP Ultimate Nissan Altima in 6th place on Sunday.

Ultimate Racing Team would like to thank our valued sponsors BP Ultimate, Castrol Edge, Kenworth, Paccar Parts, Oak Plus, Hot Wheels, Uvex, FXD Workwear, SP Tools and Rotiform Wheels. See you in the Apple Isle.

Results for Ultimate Racing Team
Round 2 - Coates Hire Melbourne 400 - Albert Park Street Circuit - Melbourne, Victoria
Race 1

Pos 14 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Race 2
Pos 15 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Race 3
Pos 18 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Race 4
Pos 6 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

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SportsExtra_Motorsport
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Red Bus Racing secures its first podium of the 2018 Season in race 2 of the Coates Hire Melbourne 400.

Pic: Red Bus Racing's Andre Heimgartner leading team mate Richie Stanaway during practice for the Australian Grand Prix support event.



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mikeamerica84
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R&K Motorsports



Gorokan, NSW – As the second round of the V8 Central Fantasy League came to a close this past weekend in Melbourne, our favorite team of Yanks are licking their wounds along the peaceful shores of Shelly Beach.

“We got smoked at the AGP. That was the jist of it,” remarked Team Principal Mike Desmet. “Everything that could have gone our way went the other way,”

A top shelf performance in Adelaide was marred when R&K Motorsports pilot Mark Winterbottom was penalised for kerb hopping.

“That ridiculous penalty took us out of the lead for the weekend,” explained Frosty. “We had the round won until then.

“EVERYONE was kerb hopping, but we were the only ones pinched.”

The AGP was a different story altogether.

“We never really got the car sorted,” continued Mike. “With the short races there, if you do not come out of the box at the top, you are going to be struggling all weekend long.

“We’ll be okay for Tassie, though. It has been one of our better tracks over the years…. Except for last year when half the field was wiped out going to the hairpin and our then driver Will Davison took such a hard knock to the melon he didn't even know what planet he was on.”

On a different note, the team gave thanks to their good friend in body work, Helix, for painting their Falcon FGX for 2018.



“A nice livery it is,” said a smiling Team Principal. “Helix did us well. It looks like a race car, not something that you are going to drive around town and have light loafered guys whistling at you or trying to pinch your buns."



“Valvoline is back on board this year," he continued. "I have used it my whole life in my road car and it is a top shelf oil. Kingsford Charcoal is also supporting us again. All know that it has been the official charcoal of R&M Motorsports for nearly a decade.”

Mike continued, “We also have a few new pit members heading over the Symmons.”


From left to right, our refueler, the two tyre changers, and our security force.


Asked by a quizzical reporter, “Security force?”

“Yes.” Replied Mike. “Her sole purpose in life is to torture guys.”

“Wow. What a show of serious force,” laughed another reporter. “What are their names?”

“A, B, C, and D,” was Mike's answer. “Feel free to vote for your favorite. We’ll keep the contest going until Symmons.”

As for strategy next round, Mike elaborated on the rumours about Kim Jong Un being interested in the Gorokan camp.



“Let us just say Kim likes his motorsport,” explained Mike. “He tapes all of the races on his new VCR and watches them flag-to-flag when he has time. We chat from time to time. He's a big Larko fan, too.

“He likes our team, for some reason, and has hinted he would like to help in any manner. I explained to him we were having trouble at the AGP. He hinted a little motivational technique to me that he uses back home to get guys to pick up the tempo.”


“A little Kuala Lumpur Airport face cream would do the trick to get Frosty out of there and a faster guy in there,” boasted Kim. "This guy on the slab in the morgue
won't be racing any more."


“However,” responded Mike, “We are not looking on knocking Frosty off.

“Yet.”

It could get ugly down the stretch, however.


The V8CFL - Without fantasy, life is simply life

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SportsExtra_Motorsport
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Red Bus goes Retro

In celebration of 113 Years since the Christchurch Tramway/Transport Board (Red Bus's predecessor) was established on 16 May 1905, Red Bus Racing will be repainted to familiar Christchurch Bus Liveries of the 1980s through to the early 2000s for the month of May.



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These iconic liveries showcase the bus revolution in Christchurch with the Christchurch Transport Board/ Christchurch Transport Ltd Hybrid Livery of the 1980s and 1990s, while the latter shows off the familiar red buses from the late 1990s to early 2000s. These cars will also feature retro logos present at the time.

The Team also welcomes new recruits Dave Reynolds and James Courtney to the fold.
Scott McLaughlin, Rick Kelly and James Courtney will be in the Red Bus-City Flyer's
while Fabian Coulthard, Andre Heimgartner and Dave Reynolds will be in the CTB Hybrid Cars

The team will also revive these colours for the Retro Round at the Sandown 500.


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CP
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Looking Ford? Maybe



Ford Australia will be returning in an official capacity in the V8CFL in 2019, and as expected, there has been a stampede of interest for teams to go indulge in a bit of horseplay. Ultimate Racing Team, the team behind Scott McLaughlin's #98N BP Ultimate Nissan Altima, is one of the teams rumoured to be interested in the new breed of car.

"Of course we are interested", said Ultimate Racing Team team owner Craig Paterson. "I, like many other team owners up and down the pitlane are always interested in a new model that becomes available. I will be keeping an eye on how development goes but for now, our focus is on turning a car that was shelved for over a year into a hopeful race winner".

Ultimate Racing Team have reverted to running their Nissan Altimas this year after a successful year in Toyota Lexcen's, and as expected with running a car that hasn't turned a wheel for over 12 months, there are teething problems that both team owner and driver are working through.

"These are the oldest chassis I have driven" said Scott McLaughlin. "In saying that, the cars have plenty of 2018 bits in them and as the cars develop, we will get faster. We just couldn't get a handle on the car at Symmons Plains and Phillip Island but I am very hopeful for Barbagallo. If we can get a car that can look after its tyres, maximum jandal will be given".

Ultimate Racing Team currently sit in 17th after four rounds, and we thank our sponsors BP Ultimate, Castrol Edge, Kenworth, Uvex Safety, Paccar Parts, Rotiform, FXD Workwear, SP Tools, Oak Plus and Hot Wheels for their valued support.

We'll be racing at Barbagallo on Saturday with our guns and our heads held high. See you there, for a West End Riot.

Results for Ultimate Racing Team
Round 3 - Tyrepower Tasmania SuperSprint - Symmons Plains Raceway - Launceston, Tasmania
Race 1

Pos 15 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Race 2
Pos 16 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Round 4 - WD40 Phillip Island 500 - Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit - Phillip Island, Victoria
Race 1

Pos 18 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Race 2
Pos 14 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima



Ultimate Racing Team?



After a standout performance in last years V8CFL, Ultimate Racing Team have sunk down to the bottom of the points table like a rock in a pool.

"It's fun doing your own media releases" said team owner Craig Paterson. "You can use fancy words to put positive spins on your ****tiest weekends. These past two rounds have been an example of that".

The high point for Ultimate Racing Teams Indian Pacific road trip from Barbagallo was a 13th in race two of the weekend.

"The only way is up" said #98N pilot Scott McLaughlin. "For some reason the car hasn't clicked and isn't cooperative with what we want to do with it. It does suck but yeah, we'll move forward".

"I feel bad" said team owner CP. "Scott is a brilliant driver but the equipment we've given him thus far is quite frankly ****. We need to do much better than that. We'll pull it all down before Hidden Valley and go over it with a fine toothed comb, get a clairvoyant and try to expel any demons from it".

There were rumours circulating at Winton surrounding the future of the team and the possibility of a factory Ford deal.

"There are" said CP. "The rumours are true, but all will be confirmed once we sort out our current car issues."

Ultimate Racing Team would like to thank their sponsors BP Ultimate, Castrol Edge, Paccar Parts, Kenworth, Uvex Safety, Rotiform Wheels, FXD, SP Tools, Oak Plus and Hot Wheels for their support this year.

We're heading North. The results will follow too.

Results for Ultimate Racing Team
Round 5 - Perth SuperSprint - Barbagallo Raceway - Perth, WA
Race 1

Pos 19 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Race 2
Pos 13 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Round 6 - Winton SuperSprint - Winton Motor Raceway - Benalla, Victoria
Race 1

Pos 19 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Race 2
Pos 18 - #98N - Scott McLaughlin - BP Ultimate - Nissan Altima

Edited by - CP on 22 May 2018 12:24:32
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SportsExtra_Motorsport
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First Round WIN Poster


8K RENDER | https://s22.postimg.cc/ku6jz7iap/Scott_Mc_Laughlin-8k001-1.jpg

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New Look For The Arrow Motorsport In Townsville

One of The Arrow Motorsport's cars will feature a new look for the Townsville event. Photography firm - co-owned by team owner, TheArrow - JJ&B Photography will adorn the sides of the #55 Mazda6, now driven by David Reynolds. It is not the first time TheArrow has used a team car to advertise one of his brands.

"...and it wont be the last," he joked at the midnight launch.



This is also not the first time The Arrow Motorsport has launched an aspect of the team at midnight with full team launches, driver announcements, sponsorship announcements and sneak peeks often being released late at night.

The striking black and silver livery will be run alongside the regular Shell and Supercheap Auto cars of Scott McLaughlin and Chaz Mostert. It was not revealed, however, if this sponsorship will run for the remainder of the season or solely for the Townsville 400.

JJ&B Photography will also be seen on the boot lid of Toyota 86 Racing Series driver John Iafola for the Townsville event.



"We are absolutely thrilled that we are able to show our support in this way. It's a massive step for such a small business and we hope it can lead to a great partnership. We're all very excited." TheArrow said.

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CP
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Trial by Kyle



It has been a little quiet of late at Ultimate Racing Team headquarters of late. There has been some speculation in the press of late with reports that team owner Craig Paterson has lost interest in the series his team is last, or that they have given up on this year and getting their Ford Performance backed Mustangs ready for next year.

"No, and no", said team owner Craig Paterson. "Scott McLaughlin, our trusty BP Ultimate #98N Nissan Altima and the rest of the team have actually been getting some decent, midfield results of late, so that is pretty cool. The poor showing on the points table doesn't help our cause though, but we are still plodding along, and being capable even though there will be a lot of changes within the team, one of which is why we have been very quiet".

Ultimate Racing Team has a new ownership structure with the team now a 50/50 joint venture with a popular radio host. "It's been in gestation since our last press release" stated team co owner Craig Paterson. "I didn't go after the new co owner, he came to me, so that was pretty cool".

"I'm stoked to be a part owner in a V8CFL team" said new Ultimate Racing Team co owner Kyle Sandilands. "Ever since I was a young boy, I've always wanted to own a team in the V8CFL, and joining up with CP was pretty ****ing cool, I reckon".

When quizzed on whether the car will be a mobile billboard for the Kyle and Jackie O show, the blokes said no. "It's still very much Craigs team" said Kyle. "I'm just happy to be a partner. However, if we lost a major sponsor, I'd love to put our mugs on the side of the car".

With the Sandown 500 coming around The Bend, there has been talk of what throwback livery will adorn the sides of the #98N BP Ultimate Nissan Altima.

"Why hoon?" Craig Paterson said. "Why hoon?"

Ultimate Racing Team would like to thank their partners BP Ultimate, Castrol Edge, Kenworth, Paccar Parts, Rotiform, FXD, Hot Wheels, Uvex Safety, SP Tools and Oak Plus for their valued support this season.

See you at The Bend next weekend.
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SportsExtra_Motorsport
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Red Bus 151 Motorsport to run Wild Card

Red Bus 151 Motorsport will be running a new Holden Commodore ZB for the up coming Endurance season. The car will feature a revised New Zealand SuperTourer aero kit as well as the 7ltr LS7 Chevrolet engine currently used in the teams Falcon. The team had been running the older spec FG-X Falcon with some impressive mid-season results, however team principal Andy Johns wanted to return to the generals army. "It was only a matter of time before we switched back to Holden's. We have predominantly ran commodores previous and this year we purchased a older falcon and upgraded it. For 2019 we will be back bigger better and stronger with the season starting at Sandown for us."

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151 Motorsport goes back to black!



Red Bus 151 Motorsport will wear the famous All Black for this weekend's Rabble.club Sandown 500. As Part of Retro Round the ZB Commodore will wear Team Kiwi Racing's 2004 Winton Livery in honour of the teams first and only Pole Position. Red Bus 151 Motorsport team principal Andy Johns thanks his sponsors for giving up valuable space to ensure a more authentic livery with some of Team Kiwis sponsors that weekend signing on




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After much delay ITRMugen presents it's Historic Bathurst livery. We have covered our Accords is classic Honda paintwork. The #39 Accord is covered in JTCC Dome Castrol Accord Livery while the number #390 is covered in the classic 87 Mugen Motul Civic Si Race Car graphics.
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Back2Back International Endurance Champions

Coming on-board in 2018 was endurance (and international) legend Allan Moffat.
Approaching the Ain't Care Motorsports team in early February, Allan outlined what was to be a wildcard entry into the Championship with a significant amount of backing from his late 80's-early 90's sponsor, ANZ.

Team owner Daniel was more than happy to bring Allan in, and offered the services of the 2015 Championship winning Holden Commodore VF. Only the second time Allan would have his name to a Commodore.
One would say old age, others wisdom, but Allan took a different approach to the endurance season. He would selectively choose each driver pairing for each track - Sandown, Bathurst and the Gold Coast.
Luckily, he managed to get hold of a few speed boat Champions for the final race on the glitter strip at the Gold Coast.

Continual aero claims were being made by top FG-X runner, REM and the rest of his street crew, regarding the all-new ZB Commodore rear spoiler.
Allan decided to throw some fuel on the fire by controversially running a Ford Sierra RS500 rear wing.
Running minimal aero the Commodore RS500 managed a podium at Sandown, posing minimal threat to Mike's R&K Motorsports FG-X and Kytabu's all-american Camaro.
Moffat knew best come Bathurst, with 5 drivers in the top 6. Lowndes 1st, Pye 2nd, McLaughlin 3rd, van Gisbergen 5th and Tander 6th. Ironically, it was his son James, that robbed him of 1-5 come the finish line.
The Gold 'Wet n' Wild' Coast 600 came around, and despite finishing last, the podium efforts at Sandown and Bathurst got them the chocolate.
Team owner Daniel wouldn't give any comment as he was seen shuffling his wallet back into his pants as was leaving the stewards box throughout the eventual rain cancelled race 2.

Allan is keen for another cameo next year, this time hoping the V8CFL can change the single sided outrageous rules and allow him to run a rotory engine - and a 6 speed box.
P.S. I had a little time on my hands today. Didn't want to offend any livery makers using templates, so it's a side shot straight off google, and a little bit of photoshop work done.

1st - Skycity Triple Crown, 2011
1st - Coates Hire Ipswich 300, 2011
1st - Sydney Telstra 500, 2011
2011 V8C Fantasy League Runner-Up

2012 Bathurst 1000 Privateer Cup Champion
1st - Clipsal 500, 2015
1st - Castrol Edge Townsville 400, 2015
1st - Castrol Gold Coast 600, 2015
1st - Coates Hire Sydney 500, 2015

2015 V8C Fantasy League Champion
2015 V8C Fantasy League Enduro Cup Champion

1st - WD-40 Phillip Island SuperSprint, 2016
1st - Coates Hire Ipswich SuperSprint, 2016
1st - Sydney Motorsport Park SuperSprint, 2016
1st - Crownbet Darwin Triple Crown, 2017
1st - Red Rooster Sydney SuperSprint, 2017

2017 Open International Enduro Cup Champion
1st - Coates Hire Ipswich SuperSprint, Race 1, 2018
1st - Red Rooster Sydney SuperNight 300, 2018

2018 Open International Enduro Cup Champion

"Ford’s Bathurst winning bonus didn’t even cover the cost of the after-party" - Allan Moffat, 1977

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CP
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Not so Ultimate



It has been a bit quiet, a little too quiet in fact, in the Ultimate Racing Team press office of late. Why has it been quiet? Well, it hasn't been the greatest year for the team, but also all hands are on deck for next years 10th anniversary of the team in the V8CFL.

"It has been too quiet" said team owner Craig Paterson. "I feel bad that we haven't updated our lovely fans and sponsors of the goings on behind the scenes, but we will make up for it next year. It has been a strange year though" said the popular team owner. "It wasn't the greatest send off for our trusty Nissan Altima, and there was speculation that Kyle Sandilands bought in to the team. That was all to drum up interest in his Pilot Week show, which he happily brought me in on."

What has being happening in the background at Ultimate Racing Team? It is widely believed that Scott McLaughlin will return to the #72N, and it was confirmed earlier in the year that the team will have backing from Ford Performance.

"Yep, we have being converting our workshop into a horse stud. We are currently converting the Altima into a Mustang, and also building one or two spare chassis. It is great to have Blue Oval backing next year, and we will announce our sponsorship partners in due course, as most of our partners from this year will not be returning, apart from two or three who will be announced in due course. We do have an awesome Slurpee machine though, it will help us a lot through Summer," said team owner CP.

The 2019 version of Ultimate Racing Team will look a little less Ultimate, will be factory backed with backing from Ford Performance, and Scott McLaughlin is likely to return as lead jockey. Ultimate Racing Team would like to thank their valued sponsors BP Ultimate, Castrol Edge, Kenworth, Paccar Parts, FXD Workwear, Uvex Safety, SP Tools, Oak Plus, Rotiform and Hot Wheels for their valued support.

Have a safe and happy Christmas and we will see you all next year.

Slurp it up.
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