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Robby Gordon free to race in Aus after apology

Robby Gordon Robby Gordon is now free to race in Australia after the driver issued an apology and donated $ 10,000 to the Australian Road Safety Foundation following a hooning incident in Darwin earlier this year. The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport (CAMS) moved to block the former IndyCar and NASCAR driver from attaining a future competition visa to compete ...

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GORDON KIRBY: A new chapter

pic: Racemaker Press My apologies to everyone for falling off the map without explanation over the past two months. I’ve been quite ill with kidney and prostrate problems and it will be some time before I’m back to full strength. I spent almost three weeks in hospital and have a variety of issues to deal with as well as regular ...

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CAMS to deny Gordon future competition visa

Robby Gordon The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport has moved to block Robby Gordon from attaining a future competition visa required to compete in Australia following a hooning incident in Darwin. The decision from CAMS could threaten the future of Stadium Super Trucks series in Australia, with the series owned by Gordon, who also regular competes in the category. CAMS ...

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Gordon fined for Darwin Super Trucks incident

Robby Gordon Former IndyCar and NASCAR driver Robby Gordon has been fined more than $ 4,000 following a Super Trucks hooning incident in Darwin city centre. The American pleaded guilty to four traffic offences including a dangerous driving charge in Darwin Local Court today after performing wild burnouts in the city’s entertainment precinct on Saturday night. Footage of the incident ...

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Gordon to appear in court after Super Trucks incident

Social media footage captured the hooning incident on Saturday night Robby Gordon is set to appear in a Darwin court today after being charged with dangerous driving following a Super Truck hooning incident in the Northern Territory city, Speedcafe has learned. Footage has emerged of Super Truck, driven by Gordon, performing burnouts and driving wildly on Mitchell Street during a ...

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SUPPORTS: Morris wins Trucks duel with Gordon

Paul Morris Paul Morris has come out on top in a see-sawing battle with Robby Gordon in Race 1 of Stadium Super Trucks at the CrownBet Darwin Triple Crown. Bill Hynes started from P1 and headed the field to Turn 5 before Greg Gartner edged ahead as the took the jump on the run to the ‘Valley’ hairpin. However, Hynes ...

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Gordon, Creed to make ARC debuts in Perth

The Bill Hynes entry which Gordon and Creed will drive Robbie Gordon and Sheldon Creed will take over the #57 Aussie Racing Car for today’s two races at Barbagallo Raceway. In a move brokered by fellow Stadium Super Trucks competitor Bill Hynes, Gordon will take over the United Fiber entry for Race 3, coming up at 1020 AWST (1220 AEST), ...

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GORDON KIRBY: Al Unser Sr v Al Unser Jr

pic: Dennis Torres CART’s 1985 season featured a memorable father versus son championship battle between Al Unser Sr. and Al Jr. Such a thing had never been seen before in any form of big-time auto racing and is unlikely to occur again. In the end, Bi Al prevailed by a single point as he chased his son across the finish ...

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GORDON KIRBY: IndyCar in the early eighties

pic: Paul Webb This week I’m resuming my history of CART’s IndyCar World Series. A big factor in CART’s growth through the mid-eighties was the arrival of March Cars in IndyCar racing. Founded in 1969 by future FIA president Max Mosley and ex-McLaren designer Robin Herd, March had raced with some success in Formula 1 and established itself as one ...

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GORDON KIRBY: Debating the 2018 IndyCar

A side view of the proposed 2018 IndyCar in superspeedway trim pic: IndyCar At Long Beach last weekend, I heard lots of discussion about IndyCar’s 2018 car. IndyCar’s recently released renderings of the car suggest a much more aesthetically appealing machine and of course everyone is excited about the prospect of something new. Although it’s yet to be confirmed, it’s ...

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