Campbell, Dylan
December 2009
Australian Auto Action;12/2/2009, Issue 1369, p16
The article focuses on the Sydney Telstra 500 V8 Supercar race to be held in Homebush, Sydney, New South Wales. Jamie Whincup, who had won race one a year ago, needs only to score 19 points in race one to win the championship this year. It states that in the highly unlikely situation of Whincup finishing 29th, Will Davison could win the championship this weekend.


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