COUNTDOWN

When you’re on the spanners until 2am night after night, odds are there’s a massive event just around the corner. Ben Keeley and his team at Keeley Motorsport are running on limited sleep and massive days in the shop as the looming deadline approaches. With four cars from his stable all competing at World Time…

Evolution

Sydney Motorsport Park hosts an event in October each year, that has a legion of dedicated fans, drivers and constructors. This same event has grown to attract significant international interest proving it as a world renowned event. World Time Attack Challenge has a very simple mantra that encapsulates the event. “One perfect lap.” When it…

Looking Back at 2014

There have been so many highlights from 2014 that it makes it difficult to narrow down my favourite moments from the year. This is now the third time that I have sat down and reviewed the year that was and each year, I remember thinking how far it had all come from the days shooting at…

Morning Session

I have been fortunate to shoot a lot of drifting over the past few years. From the Australian Drifting GP to D1NZ and Formula Drift, I have spent an inordinate amount of time at drift events. The thing about going to events like Queensland Raceway Morning Session, is that it reminds you why you began…

Life begins at 1000HP

Mercury Motorsport run by Trent and Tessa Whyte are a tuning powerhouse in my local city of Brisbane, Australia. Their personal car is better known by it’s number plate NITTO, an R34 GT-R that has been their test mule for many years and has been very impressive as they continued to develop it. Recently however,…

Twelve Months of Motorsport Mayhem

I have dedicated almost the entirety of my adult working life to cars and motorsport, but in the past year, the ante has been upped significantly. At the start of the year I made a commitment to take it to another level. It’s been an incredible ride. Shooting around Australia and overseas has been a…

Straya Day Drift Festival

For our friends outside of Australia, we Aussies have a habit of truncating words, hence ‘good day’ became ‘G’day’, ‘how are you going’ became ‘ha-ya-garn’ and on our day of national celebration, our beloved country is fondly referred to by many as ‘Straya’. Since our national day is all about getting together with your mates and…