Wall Third Fastest at Surfers

Wall Third Fastest at Surfers

Exceeding expectations was an anxious experience for Wilson Security Racing’s David Wall, who finished third fastest in practice at Surfers Paradise today.
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Reward for DJR as Blanchard and Walsh score Top 15 at Bathurst

Reward for DJR as Blanchard and Walsh score Top 15 at Bathurst

Wilson Security Racing / DJR has ended a week of highs and lows with a strong result for the #12 Advam in P15.
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Walking Wounded at Wilson

Walking Wounded at Wilson

Bathurst is a cruel race and Wilson Security Racing felt its sting today as a brilliant qualifying performance turned sour for David Wall.
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Greens’–Tuf DJR Falcon Returns to the Track

Greens’–Tuf DJR Falcon Returns to the Track

Dick Johnson Racing has once again added a chapter to the history of the Bathurst 1000 as the famous #17 Wilson Security / Greens’–Tuf Falcon was subject to an overnight rebuild.
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Wall Just Misses Top Ten

Wall Just Misses Top Ten

Competing in the Bathurst 1000 Top Ten Shoot-out is a long-held dream of Wilson Security Racing’s David Wall so he was gutted to narrowly miss out on a spot today.
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Saturday for Greens’–Tuf Falcon to return to Mt Panorama

Saturday for Greens’–Tuf Falcon to return to Mt Panorama

Dick Johnson Racing has endured another roller coaster day at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 as the team saw the commemorative livery Greens’ – Tuf Falcon at first near the top of the time sheets, and then stranded at the top of the mountain after a big crash.
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Promising Start at Mount Panorama

Promising Start at Mount Panorama

After a steady start at Mount Panorama today things clicked in the last practice session for Wilson Security Racing’s David Wall who finished 12th.
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30 years on, the Greens’-Tuf Falcon Returns

30 years on, the Greens’-Tuf Falcon Returns

Dick Johnson Racing will return to Bathurst to contest the 2013 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 with a spectacular change in livery to both of its Ford Falcon entries. Just three years after Dick Johnson captured the hearts and minds of the Australian public in 1980 with the infamous 'Rock' eliminating the Tru-Blu XD Falcon, 1983 delivered another chapter in this teams' never ending battle with the famous Mt Panorama track when Johnson speared off the road at Forest Elbow crashing down amongst the trees. He was on track in the Hardies Heroes shootout for a good time when the accident occurred. The impact destroyed what was arguably the greatest Group C Australian Touring Car ever built.
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Wall: Looking Good for Tomorrow

Wall: Looking Good for Tomorrow

Handling issues and on-track drama saw David Wall qualify 18th for tomorrow’s 500km race at Sandown but the Wilson Security Racing driver says the car should be good.
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