December 2009
Australian Auto Action;12/2/2009, Issue 1369, p7
The article reports that racer Joey Foster is the new Australian Formula Three Champion and Gold Star winner after turning a three-point deficit into a seven-point victory at Sandown Raceway, Victoria.


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