JOHNSON CLAIMS PAYNTER DIXON TOURING CAR MASTERS CROWN
Nov 10, 2019
STEVEN JOHNSON has been officially crowed the 2019 Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters Champion, his third-straight title.
Ultimately, Johnson won the title by 71 points with John Bowe second in the standings for the third consecutive year.
Johnson is only the second ever driver, after Bowe, to win three consecutive TCM titles.Read More
BOWE MOVES TO 99* AS JOHNSON PROVISIONALLY CLAIMS TITLE
Nov 9, 2019
STEVEN JOHNSON has provisionally claimed his third-straight Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters title, the No. 17 Team Johnson Ford Mustang to charge into the final race of the year with an unassailable series lead.
Meanwhile, John Bowe’s pair of stunning race wins has him one victory away from a remarkable milestone – the five-time TCM champ and Australian racing hero having notched up his 98th and 99th victories in the category today.Read More
JOHNSON, BOWE LOCK OUT TCM FRONT ROW AT SANDOWN
Nov 8, 2019
FOR THE Second year in a row, Johnson and Bowe have locked out the front-row for the Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters annual visit to retro round.
Johnson’s fifth pole position of the season came in yet another session-long battle with old rival Bowe, who had topped the session early in his Paynter Dixon Holden Torana.
After Bowe had rocketed to the top of the timesheets mid-session, Johnson went for a final flyer and was ultimately able to eclipse the Torana by 0.16 seconds with a record-smashing 1m13.5688s flyer.Read More
TOURING CAR MASTERS CONFIRMS 2020 SCHEDULE
Nov 8, 2019
THE PAYNTER DIXON Touring Car Masters has confirmed an eight-event 2020 Schedule, which includes two visits to Mount Panorama for the first time in the series’ history.
The seven-round 2020 championship calendar features an even split between Virgin Australia Supercars Championship and Shannons Nationals events.Read More
FOUR WAY TITLE BATTLE SET FOR TCM SANDOWN FINALE’
Nov 5, 2019
A FOUR-WAY fight for the Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters series will see the title go down to the wire at Sandown Raceway this weekend.
Competing at the Supercars Championship’s ‘retro round’, the pitched TCM showdown will see a 1969 Ford Mustang take on a 1974 Holden Torana and a pair of 1969 Chevrolet Camaros in what is shaping as one of the most competitive title battles in series history.Read More
AUSTRALIA EDGES NEW ZEALAND FOR TRANS-TASMAN TROPHY HONOURS
Oct 13, 2019
NEW ZEALANDERS may have finished first, second and third but it was Australia who prevailed in the Trans-Tasman Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters trophy race at Mount Panorama on Sunday morning.
Angus Fogg led home Hugh Gairdner and Andrew Anderson in a wild six-lap dash with Aaron Seton the first of the Aussie’s home in fourth.Read More
FOGG CLEAR ON THE MOUNTAIN AS TITLE BATTLE FIRMS
Oct 12, 2019
ANGUS FOGG swept to his second win from three races in the Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters series at Mount Panorama, fending of Ryal Harris in Race 19 of the 2019 season.
Steven Johnson finished third – second of the TCM contenders – to ensure he takes a 75 point lead into the Sandown decider next month.Read More
FOGG TAKES WET AND WILD RACE 2 ON THE MOUNTAIN
Oct 11, 2019
ANGUS FOGG powered to a maiden victory at Mount Panorama in a weather-influenced 18th race of the 2019 Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters season, while Steven Johnson played the championship game to extend his series lead.Read More
JOHNSON WINS RACE 1 THANKS TO PASS OF THE YEAR
Oct 11, 2019
STEVEN JOHNSON has won his 8th race of the 2019 Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters season, but had to complete arguably the pass of the season in order to do it.Read More
RECORD SMASHING DAY FOR #17 MUSTANG AT BATHURST
Oct 10, 2019
A RECORD smashing-day at Bathurst has seen Steven Johnson record the fastest ever Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters lap of Mount Panorama in a stunning one-lap qualifying performance.
Moments after Scott McLaughlin re-set his own Supercars Bathurst benchmark, Johnson’s own No. 17 Ford Mustang responded to a one-lap opportunity to grab pole in the TCM session with a stunning 2m15.84s flyer that was eight-tenths quicker than his own previous best.Read More