Discussion in 'RaceOnOZ Aussie iRacing Team' started by Giant slayer, Jun 16, 2017.
Tune in this afternoon from 5:30pm AEDT to watch our 6 qualified V8 Supercar Online Premier Series drivers take part in Australia's biggest sim racing competition.
In the first race at 6pm for split 2 we have:
The #241 Ignition Controls Holden Commodore driven by Damon Mulqueen.
The #947 Tickford Racing Falcon driven by Tyler Blackburn.
The #51 Hervey Bay Autoglass RaceOnOz Commodore driven by Bob King.
And finally the #878 Hervey Bay Autoglass RaceOnOz Falcon driven by Liam Tipping.
In the Top Split of the Monza Super Sprint presented by v8sonline from 8:10pm AEDT we have:
The #07 Ignition Controls Holden Commodore driven by Steven Latimore and the #91 Tickford Racing Falcon, driven by Benjamin Smith.
Be sure to tune in and support the team.
good luck guys.
2018 brings a new out look to Raceonoz with a new major sponsor Hervey Bay Autoglass jumping on board to combine with our long time partners Pagnian Advanced Simulation, The Gamesmen, Turtle Beach, Hi-Tec Oils Pty Ltd, Selby Acoustics and Ignition Controls which means a whole new paint scheme and a refreshed logo.
Hervey Bay Autoglass have been servicing the community of the Fraser Coast Region since 1989. Ian Smee the owner has been a member of Raceonoz since 2014 and we are ecstatic to have him on board from 2018. Also a big thanks to Steven over at Grip Grafixx for the awesome liveries and video.
So sit back and enjoy the revealing.
Thats awesome! Well done guys
Very slick guys WD. Maroon would be a great alternate colour scheme to the blue if you need one.. state of origin team colours
@Killercarlcox69 if Blues loose another, origin can we paint your work van maroon?
but in all honesty, seeing Giantslayer drive a blue Commodore is good enough for me
This weekend sees the Hervey Bay Autoglass RaceOnOz team taking on the challenge of racing around Daytona Speedway, with its 31 degree banking, in the Daytona 24 where they will be fielding both the fabulous Ferrari 488 GTE and the trustworthy Mercedes AMG GT3.
The boys have been working hard in practice during the lead up to the event making sure they are all feeling comfortable ahead of the green flag with everyone excited for what lies ahead.
Big thanks to Steven Latimore from Grip Grafixx for making sure the paint looks crisp on both cars. Also, thanks go to Ben Stensrud and Matt Allison for working hard on the tuning of both cars.
Good luck to all that are participating in the event this weekend and ‘FEAR THE ROO’!!!!
how did this end up ?
GTE team started off solid running 2nd for awhile, lead six laps but had a coming together with the car that eventually won it, then proceeded to lose aero and went backwards from there ended up 25th and 20th in class while the GT3 team had a bad start but managed to claw there way back too 7th in class