GB Galvanizing Racing is the only regionally based V8 Supercar Championship team, based three hours north of Melbourne in the NSW regional town of Albury.
Wood re-entered the Dunlop Series in 2012 with Greg Murphy Racing, to come home sixth in the Championship.
The following year was a highlight, with Wood switching Dunlop Series teams to Matthew White Racing and winning the drivers’ championship. He also completed the endurance season as a co-driver with Chaz Mostert in a DJR Falcon, the two a promising combination.
Robbie Farr is one of Australia’s most determined and dedicated speedway pilots, campaigning one of the most extreme forms of motorsport in the world; Sprintcars.
Always a contender, Robbie had failed to reach the pinnacle of the sport until last season where he took victory in the coveted World Series Sprintcar competition, a challenging summer series that runs almost week-in, week-out from one side of the country to the other. Against the best competition outside of the USA’s elite (and some of those are Australians), Farr and his Hi-Tec Oils machine battled hard all season and emerged the victors. Since then the [now] West Australian has taken another Queensland title, and enters the 2011/2012 Hi-Tec Oils World Series Sprintcar season as favourite.. read more →
In their ongoing efforts to support the Australian motorsport industry and improve safety within a sport they’ve been involved with for more than 25 years, came the announcement in July that Australia’s biggest independent oil manufacturer – Hi-Tec Oils – would return to Sydney Dragway to join the venues new management team in securing a stronger future for the popular western Sydney facility. read more →
“Hi-Tec Oils is proud to be associated with World Series Sprintcars, and we look forward to celebrating their 25th year of competition, which is an outstanding achievement,” Hi-Tec Oils CEO George Gambino admitted. “WSS is the pinnacle of Australian speedway, and like Hi-Tec it is a quality and well respected brand. read more →
Hi-Tec Oils is no stranger to V8 Superboats having supported Brooke Dixon’s True Blue Racing entry over the last 12 months, as well as the Temora V8 Superboat facility, so it was no great surprise that when the opportunity came to further invest in the sport, Australia’s largest independent oil manufacturer stepped up and committed to the 2011/2012 seasons. read more →
Melbourne’s Brooke Dixon is widely regarded as one of the toughest competitors in the extreme sport of V8 Superboats. A fashionista who is more at home at a shoe sale than in the pits at a motorsport event, the talented International Group A [aka 400 Class] star is currently ranked #2 in the world and #3 in Australia. read more →
The V8 Touring car series provides the perfect place for ex-V8 Supercars to continue their long and successful journey after they finish in the V8 Supercars Championship and Development Series.
Each car in the line-up has significant history, allowing this category of racing to continually expand. Providing a great platform for young and new drivers to acquire a taste of V8 Supercar victory! read more →
One of the most extreme sports on water is the all new Blown Lite circuit racing super boat class. This year, Hi-Tec Oils will be the major sponsor of the Australian Blown Lites Championship and with their involvement will only add further prominence to the series. read more →