Trent Wray at the Track Day
Dial Before You Dig NSW/ACT supports four small motorsport teams.
As the motosport season winds down, the teams can reflect on successful seasons.
Shane Wynd has been crowned national drag racing champion in the Modified Aeroflow Sportsman division. Read about Shane's victory here.
Jon McCorkindale had a barnstorming finish to the season to finish second in the GT3 Porsche Challenge. Read details of Jon's clean sweep at Queensland Raceway here.
Mark Primmer and Cameron Moss finished tenth and twelfth at Wakefield Park in the final round of the 2014 Dial Before You Dig Australian Super 6 Touring Car Series.
And Courtney O'Hehir has been recording fast lap times in the wingless sprintcars at Sydney Speedway. At the meeting on 11 October Courtney recorded the fastest lap time in Heat 1, finishing second. She started ninth in the A Main final at the same event, finishing 11th.
Earlier this month the teams gathered for a photoshoot at Sydney Speedway. You can read about the shoot here.
To mark the end of the season, Jon McCorkindale hosted a track day at the Wakefield Park circuit near Goulburn. Dial Before You Dig NSW/ACT Directors Trent Wray and John Croxson were taken for a lap with Jon.
Above: Top Director John Croxson (yellow polo) views the McCorkindale GT3 Porsche. Bottom Director Trent Wray takes a trip with Jon McCorkindale