Bannon, John
April 2010
Australian Auto Action;4/21/2010, Issue 1387, p22
The article discusses automobile racer Scott Pye's return to racing. It mentions that Pye who has suffered a near fatal accident during the early phase of his career has overcome many difficulties, challenges and obstacles and is now ready to make his comeback to the racing world. It further mentions that the Australian Motor Sport Foundation along with his family, Roland Dane, boss of team Vodafone and former Formula 1 driver Perry McCarthy have played a major role in his comeback to racing.


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