Hi-Tec Drift Allstars drifter Scott Schembri revealed a new look to his 180 however it didn’t take long before he was rubbing’ panels with competitors. As can be seen the Hi-Tec Oils sticker survived!
Coming up this Sunday on Speedweek (2pm AEST) is a one-hour show on Round 2 of the Hi-Tec Drift Allstars from the South Circuit on Sydney Motorsport Park.
Why not head over to the Australian Brewery after 1.30pm and watch it on the big screen and hang out with the some of the competitors and crew.
The Australian Brewery
350 Annangrove Road, Rouse Hill NSW 2155
The Australian Manufacturers Championship and Hi-Tec Oils are pleased to announce that the family-owned Australian company will partner with the Series in 2015 as both a sponsor and official oil supplier.
With more than 200 years of total workforce experience in oil lubricants, Hi-Tec Oil produces high quality Australian-made lubricants, greases and speciality products.
Well the sun has set on the 2015 Aussie Title for ECP Racing.
Here’s a look back over the two nights last weekend to check in on how the team faired amidst the typically hectic nature of the Championship.
Friday Night – The boys rolled into Quit Bunbury Speedway Friday afternoon after a motor change on the Thursday in the Hi-Tec Oils Q7 Maxim.
Hi-Tec Oils is pleased to announce its partnership with GB Galvanizing Racing and its continuing support for V8 Supercar driver Dale Wood in 2015.
Hi-Tec Oils is a family owned business and with over 200 years of total workforce experience in oil lubricants. They are known for producing high quality lubricants, greases and specialty products right here in Australia. They are all about performance whether it be engine, agricultural or industrial oil products, just to name a few, they are committed to providing the best products to their customers.
Location: Sydney Motorsport Park
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Well, what a weekend … the highs the lows and very hot weather to boot, round one of the Tiger Performance Blown Lites at Melton in Victoria. Saturday morning saw the first public appearance of the 2014 Hi-Tec Oils/SuckerPunch outfit. Sporting new sponsors Fineline Fabrications and Juice Polishes the Hi-Tec Oils boat had a complete new makeover for the 2014 season. read more →
After spending last weekend racing in the $20,000 to win WSS Australian Open at Brisbane’s Archerfield Speedway the East Coast Pipeline Racing Team heads to Sydney for the annual Scott Darley Memorial Challenge before a particularly extensive and intensive travel and race program begins throughout Victoria, South Australia and then Tasmania.
Last weekend the Hi-Tec Oils #7 was racy throughout the WSS weekend at Archerfield but a slowly deflating right rear tyre in the 50 lap main event brought a premature end to the team’s ambitions. read more →
On Saturday November 30 the opening round of the Max Cranes 660 Series was held at the Steel City Race Way, Whyalla. With perfect weather and 65 entrants many travelling from Adelaide, the Riverland, Mildura, Wentworth, Port Pirie, Port Lincoln, Port Augusta and Whyalla the crowd were surely not disappointed with the quality of cars which put on a show for everyone to enjoy. With the good crowd and competitor numbers it was a tribute to all of the hard that the Committee has done to the track during the off season. read more →
Robbie Farr and the East Coast Pipeline Racing Team raced to their third straight win over the weekend with victory at The Toowoomba Speedbowl in Queensland on Saturday night.
“We had a good night,” Farr smiles, “we were up the pointy end all night and took the Hi-Tec Oils ECP Maxim to a good solid win. It avenged our second place there back in September and sealed us a hat-trick which was very satisfying.” read more →