Naguib on track for The Bend

Naguib on track for The Bend

After his spectacular crash during the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships round at Sydney Motorsport Park, GC Marine Australian Prototype Series driver Michael Naguib is targeting his return for The Bend Motorsport Park. The South Australian’s big crash made headlines during the race meeting when his car became airborne before rolling multiple times.Thankfully Naguib was unharmed, however the car was severely damaged.Unfortunately,...

Latorre to enjoy dream Le Mans run

Latorre to enjoy dream Le Mans run

After making his Australian Prototype Series debut at Sydney Motorsport Park earlier this year, Andres Latorre will be heading overseas to fulfil a lifelong dream.The New South Wales based driver will team up with South Australian Garnet Patterson for the iconic Le Mans 24 Hour’s main support category event, the Michelin Le Mans Cup ‘Road to Le Mans’.Backed by Revere...

Purdie powers to race win

Purdie powers to race win

Blake Purdie has secured his first ever Australian Prototypes Series win, overcoming a stall on the start line to salute at Sydney Motorsport Park.Purdie started on the front row in his Nippy’s/PJK Transport Wolf Thunder alongside Jam Motorsport’s John-Paul Drake, who earlier in the day secured the Jam Motorsport Shop pole position prize.But it wasn’t a smooth start for either...

The greatest achievement

The greatest achievement

No matter how long someone has been involved in motorsport, there will always be a career highlight that stays with them.Whether it be winning a title or race, or even nabbing a podium place on the final lap of a tough race, the beauty about the sport is that it always provides a number of memories.During the Australian Prototype Series’...

Champion attitude for Radical Stephen

Champion attitude for Radical Stephen

Stephen Champion is hopeful motorsport will return soon, with a firm focus on winning the Radical class in the Australian Prototype Series (APS). It was a tough season opener for the New South Welshman at Sydney Motorsport Park in March. Champion crossed the line tenth in the first race and failed to finish a rain affected second race, but he still...

Jam Motorsport welcome two new additions

Jam Motorsport welcome two new additions

When the Australian Prototype Series returns later this year, there will be a brand new car on the grid after Jam Motorsport unveiled two new Wolfs at their South Australian workshop.The Wolfs were initially delayed in their arrival thanks to the ongoing COVID-19 situation, with category newcomer Marty Ewer having to race in Daniel Gonzalez’s old model for the season...