The Biante Touring Car Masters has quickly become the most popular support act at the V8 Supercar Series. Race fans can’t get enough of the action that sees some of the biggest names in Australian motorsport history battling it out on the track.
With a range of iconic pre-1974 muscle cars on display this action-packed series is a hit with generations of spectators. From Falcon GTs to Holden Monaros, Toranas and nimble Porsche 911s, some of the most iconic muscle cars get to show off at every race.
The Masters series gives some of Australia’s most successful V8 Supercar drivers a chance to show they can still give it everything they’ve got on track. Racing legends like seven time Bathurst winner Jim Richards, John Bowe and Glen Seaton mix with other racing enthusiasts to keep the crowd on the edge of their seats.
Long time racing enthusiasts with a passion for motorsport can also get involved in this exciting series. Eddie Abelnica, self-proclaimed rev-head and owner of Melbourne’s Cheapest Cars, is one of the lucky drivers who gets to mix with the legends of motorsport at every race.
The challenging Hidden Valley Racetrack in Darwin was the scene of the latest battle. With a huge crowd in attendance at one of the favourite events of the season there was some fierce competition across two days of racing.
The heat caused chaos with a number of entrants spending plenty of time in pit lane. Abelnica was powering through the field in his XB Falcon in a tough race before engine dramas unfortunately caused him to end the weekend early.
It was a couple of days of action that started and ended well but with plenty of drama in between. Andrew Miedecke enjoyed a hugely successful event with two race wins in his Camaro to give the Championship title a red hot go.