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
TCM PRE-BATHURST FAST FACTS
Oct 8, 2019
THE PAYNTER DIXON Touring Car Masters returns to Mount Panorama this weekend for the 2019 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 – and with 15 visiting New Zealand entries, it’s set to be a thrilling weekend once again.
Get some of the fast facts about the weekend at the link..Read More
MUSCLE CAR STARS HEAD TOWARDS BATHURST
Oct 7, 2019
PAYNTER DIXON Touring Car Masters drivers have spoken of their excitement to return to Mount Panorama, as the sixth round of the series is contested at the 2019 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 this week.
Australia’s TCM cars and stars will link with a 16-strong New Zealand TCM entry in a four-race program that will culminate in an Australia-v-New Zealand showdown on Sunday morning, as a precursor to the 2019 Great Race.
The first three races will be ‘regular-season’ points races, while the Sunday feature will see the Australian and New Zealand entries each take one side of the Bathurst grid for a proper head-to-head challenge race.Read More
HOLDEN ON AT JESUS RACING
Sep 18, 2019
The Jesus Racing Team has advised that the damage sustained as a result of being pushed off track at the recent Muscle Car Masters event held at Sydney Motorsport Park was more complex than initially thought.
Given this, the team has taken the decision to not race Abigail (the teams XYGT) at the upcoming Bathurst 1000 event.Read More
TRANS TASMAN TCM CHALLENGE TO MAKE BATHURST RETURN
Sep 15, 2019
A SECOND Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters Trans-Tasman epic is in store for the 2019 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 event this October.
An early entry list featuring 52 cars has been confirmed for the sixth round of the series, that will culminate in an Australia-versus-New Zealand feature race on Sunday morning prior to the Great Race.
16 entries from across the Tasman, to run under the banner of ‘Touring Car Masters New Zealand’, will join series regulars at Mount Panorama this year.Read More
CHAMPIONSHIP UPDATE – TWO ROUNDS TO GO
Sep 2, 2019
WITH TWO rounds and six races to go, the 2019 Paynter Dixon Touring Car Masters fight is shaping up to be one of the closest yet.
As he has done since the opening round on the streets of Adelaide, Steven Johnson remains atop the leaderboard however his margin is now reduced to 60 points with racing at Bathurst and Sandown yet to come.Read More