GREAT RACE PACE DENTED BY KELLY

GREAT RACE PACE DENTED BY KELLY

The stars seemed to have aligned for Wilson Security Racing's David Wall today, with everything going his way at Townsville Street Circuit.
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CHAZ MOSTERT GRABS TOP 10 FINISH

CHAZ MOSTERT GRABS TOP 10 FINISH

The first of two 200km races making up the Sucrogen Townsville 400 has delivered another Top 10 result for Dick Johnson Racing. Chaz Mostert grabbed the position in the run to the chequered flag passing David Reynolds on the line. It was a great reward for the Wilson Security team and continues the team's upward performance this season.
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SET-DOWN KEY FOR TOMORROW

SET-DOWN KEY FOR TOMORROW

David Wall will be glad to see the back of today after things went from bad to worse for the Wilson Security Racing driver at Townsville.
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Wall Caught Out By Extra Grip

Wall Caught Out By Extra Grip

 
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Meet the DJR Team at Mackay Airport on Wednesday

Meet the DJR Team at Mackay Airport on Wednesday

The DJR Team will be live with both cars at Mackay Airport this Wednesday.
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BJR TO RUN BATHURST IN SIMONSEN’S HONOUR

BJR TO RUN BATHURST IN SIMONSEN’S HONOUR

Sadness has touched the world of motorsport this week with the tragic news of Allan Simonsen's death during the famous Le Mans 24 Hour race in France on Saturday.
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JB’s Hidden Valley Round Wrap Up

JB’s Hidden Valley Round Wrap Up

Sometimes things just don't start well.
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DJR Duo Keeps Clear of Carnage

DJR Duo Keeps Clear of Carnage

The action kept coming today at the Sky City Triple Crown in Darwin. Two 100km races faced the 28 car grid and the tricky Hidden Valley layout ensured the big crowd was treated to some wild and woolly racing. The DJR / Wilson Security duo of Chaz Mostert and Tim Blanchard had mixed results in the two qualifying sessions, the best time finally falling to Mostert in P13 for the first race. Race 18 started with an aggressive dice between veteran Russell Ingall and Chaz with Ingall right into the back of the #12 Wilson Security Falcon. Chaz was shuffled back a few spots and sat in 17th as the pit stops began. Blanchard was making good progress passing Moffat and moving into the top 20 on lap 10. With pit stops over the race settled down. Mostert was locked between Tander and Bright in 14th, but his tyre life was fading and he dropped back on the final laps to 17th. Blanchard was able to claw back two spots after his stop to finish 24th.
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BIG REPAIRS FOR WILSON SECURITY RACING

BIG REPAIRS FOR WILSON SECURITY RACING

Great pace in today's first race in Darwin gave Wilson Security Racing's David Wall optimism for the second but a Turn One pile-up put an end to that.
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