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By Lachlan on Saturday, January 30, 2010 2:37 PM

Damage from crash at Targa Wrest Point 2010 Supaloc Lamborghini crashes at Targa Wrest Point 2010

Targa Wrest Point 2010: Stage three of day one has seen the once pristine Lamborghini racer leave the road after skidding across loose surface gravel, sliding down an embankment and striking a tree. The team is unable to continue with substantial front end damage and a broken windscreen.  To see larger images, follow the link below.

By Lachlan on Tuesday, December 22, 2009 9:36 AM

The Team at Supaloc Racing would like to take the opportunity to wish all a Merry and Safe Christmas. We look forward to an exciting 2010 where we will contest many of Australia's great Tarmac events.

Eat, drink, be merry, but most of all stay safe.

Best wishes from all at Supaloc Racing.

By Lachlan on Sunday, December 06, 2009 9:21 AM

Having finished the new race car less than 48hrs earlier, Kevin Weeks and Rebecca Crunkhorn strapped themselves in for a test run up the mountain on Friday morning.  Kevin was not thrilled with the response of the engine and steering of the beast. Head mechanic Brad Greenslade gave the steering a boost and checked over the motor.

By Lachlan on Wednesday, November 25, 2009 3:10 PM

Andrew Burnard and Tim Margach driving the Supaloc Mitsubishi Lancer EVO VIII secured fifth place in the Modern Category in the 2009 Classic Adelaide event which concluded on Sunday afternoon.

By Lachlan on Monday, November 23, 2009 11:23 AM

 Kevin Weeks and Bec Crunkhorn  Supaloc Porsche 911 RS

Supaloc's man of steel Kevin Weeks and navigator Rebecca Crunkhorn took their 1974 Porsche 911 RS to a comfortable win with a trouble free run over the four days of Classic Adelaide. The team finished one minute & fourty seconds in front of fellow South Australian's Hamish Gibson & Ben Scott in a '74 Holden Commodore and Roger Patterson & Paul Whatnell also driving a Porsche.

By Lachlan on Sunday, November 22, 2009 7:28 AM

Day three arrived with wet conditions prevailing throughout the Adelaide hills. With a handy led the Supaloc team decided to take a cautious approach. The team took 5 wins in the six stages contested with a solid lead of 3 minutes; 22 seconds over fellow Porsche racers Roger Patterson and Paul Whatneff followed by Commodore pilots Hamish Gibson & Ben Collins, a further 0.3 seconds in arrears.

By Lachlan on Friday, November 20, 2009 6:22 PM

Day two saw the Supaloc Racing Porsche take four of the eight stages run today. Opening with blistering pace the team took the first two stages of the morning before overnight leading combination of Glenny & Lang in their 1981 Commodore took the following two. Consistency was again the key for the Supaloc Team whom now sit on top of the leader board.

By Lachlan on Friday, November 20, 2009 8:24 AM


The Supaloc Evo VIII driven by Andrew Burnard and Tim Margach has placed 7th in the 'Modern' category after the first day of Classic Adelaide 2009.

The day was unfortunately marked with tragedy following the horrific crash and double fatality of Victorian drivers Gary Tierney and David Carra.

By Lachlan on Thursday, November 19, 2009 7:02 PM

Supaloc's man of steel Kevin Weeks and navigator Rebecca Crunkhorn were pillars of consistency pushing the limits on extremely hot and testing road conditions during day one of the Classic Adelaide competition. With six stages in the record books, the team sits in second place only 6.1 seconds behind the early favourites Glenny & Lang, driving a 1981 Holden Commodore.

By Lachlan on Wednesday, November 18, 2009 3:10 PM

With temperatures pushing 39 degrees the Supaloc Racing team put in an incredible climb up Devil's Elbow just off the South Eastern Freeway this afternoon to be fourth in it's class. The prologue is used to obtain a starting order for day one when the racing starts. Prologue has no time relevance to the actual event..

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