Western Australia Motorsport
Over 100 drivers from Western Australia’s Karting compete for the 2020 edition of Tiger Kart Club’s “City of Perth Titles” Presented by Discovery Parks
Perth Motorplex reopened for the 2020 season with a bang as a massive 630 runs down the drag strip, 20 burnouts and a lot of fans.
2019 DriftWest champion Jamie Worroll jumps on to have a quick chat about himself, drifting, circuit racing and of course, the wonderful Driftability event coming up on November 26th at Wanneroo Raceway, Western Australia
Saloon car racing is one of the more affordable categories to get racing with varied levels of participants from up and comers to seasoned veterans participating.
Jimmy Russo is at almost every drift event here in Western Australia. A man who sacrifices a lot of his personal time to assist the drift community to do what they love.
Jimmy sets an amazing example for people in motorsport who are passionate about it and in it for the right reasons. From volunteering his time, getting sponsors on board for events like Driftability and more.
Most of us wouldn’t think too much about the decision to jump into a drift car, or any other car for that matter, at a race track and heading out for some hot laps to experience the adrenaline rush at the hands of experienced drivers, however for a portion of the world they may never get to experience this for various reasons.
The updated liveries of the 2021 WA Excel Cup cars are amazing! It might be entry level but it looks pro!
Thousands of spectators lined the streets of Albany at Middleton Beach for the second day of the 2021 Auto One Targa Albany Sprint
The exciting wings and slicks category of FSR took to Wanneroo Raceway on 28th February 2021
van Gisbergen claims Sunday honours for back-to-back Bathurst wins
Shane van Gisbergen drove his Red Bull Ampol Racing Holden Commodore over the line 1st happily spraying team owner Roland Dane with champagne during the celebrations.
The main event is on Monday (1/3/21), the Auto One Targa Albany Sprint, is a challenging 2.8-kilometre course starting from the Hybla Tavern at Middleton Beach and runs up to the Anzac Centre on Mt Adelaide.