MINIs have got the lot

August 2009
Australian Auto Action;8/5/2009, Issue 1352, p6
The article reports that MINI Australia has reaffirmed its support of the MINI Challenge automobile racing championship up to and including 2011, as part of its initial five-year plan. The announcement comes just as MINI Challenge confirmed that Pizza Capers had signed on as the naming rights sponsor for the remaining season. V8 Supercar chairman Tony Cochrane also voiced his support for the series.


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