Glenn Everitt is back again with an even bigger and better Man and Machine TV series. As always he’ll be visiting all types of interesting vehicle collections and you can be assured he’ll get behind the wheel of a few of these machines too, most importantly you’ll be along for the ride.
This weekend will see the debut of a Todd Hazelwood in a Shannons liveried V8 Supercar, which will compete at Homebush in the last round of the Dunlop Development series for 2013.
The 18-year-old South Australian toughed out eight weeks of fierce competition, beating seven other up and coming drivers, to be crowned as the winner of the 2013 Shannons Supercar Showdown competition. As part of the top prize, Hazelwood was rewarded with an opportunity to test drive with his beloved Ford Performance Racing team.
17 year old Todd Hazelwood won the 2013 Shannons Supercar Showdown by less than a tenth of a second after a nail-biting grand final showdown with Tim Macrow on 7mate last Saturday.
Grand finalists Todd Hazelwood and Tim Macrow are poised for the ultimate clash of youth and experience after their rivals were eliminated in the semi-final of the Shannons Supercar Showdown on 7mate last Saturday.
There were cheers – and a few tears - when four of the eight V8 rookies were eliminated in a dramatic sixth episode of the Shannons Supercar Showdown on 7mate last Saturday.
Fumbling fingers led to a damaged wheel nut and tangled seat belts in a pair of pit stop challenges that cost crucial points in the Shannons Supercar Showdown on 7mate last Saturday.
Episode four of the Shannons Supercar Showdown on 7mate last Saturday featured an intriguing mix of horsepower and human power, as some younger V8 rookies again top scored to increase the pressure on their older rivals.
School age V8 rookies came out firing in a thrilling third episode of the Shannons Supercar Showdown on 7mate last Saturday, closing the points’ gaps to their older and more experienced peers who now have a real fight on their hands.
31-year-old Formula Three driver Tim Macrow and 33-year-old V8 Ute racer Craig Dontas used their superior skills and experience to overcome atrocious conditions in the second exciting week of the Shannons Supercar Showdown on 7mate last Saturday.