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AASA Partners With PDA to Create Safer Drivers

Everyday road users are set to benefit from a newly-announced partnership between the Australian Auto Sport Alliance (AASA) and Performance Driving Australia (PDA), aimed at creating safer drivers. PDA delivers Australia-wide defensive driving and four-wheel-drive programs to government and industrial sectors, while also hosting advanced courses to allow drivers to explore the limits of their …

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AASA Affirms COVID-Safe Commitment to Motorsport

The Australian Auto Sport Alliance (AASA) has affirmed its commitment to sanctioning a wide variety of motorsport activities in a COVID-safe environment, with the organisation continuing to work with promoters and organisers to sanction existing and new events across Australia. According to AASA Business Development Manager Stephen Whyte, the AASA has identified many types of …

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Don River Dash Organisers Anticipating Enhanced Spectacle

Event organisers for this weekend’s second running of the Don River Dash, a AASA-sanctioned off-road event, are anticipating and even bigger and better spectacle than last year’s inaugural dash. The Don River Dash is held just outside of Bowen, in North Queensland’s Whitsunday region. It is unique among off-road events on Australia’s east coast, with …

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Drifting Returns to Tasmania Under AASA Sanctioning

More than 50 of Tasmania’s finest drift competitors will converge upon Symmons Plains Raceway this weekend for the opening round of the AASA-sanctioned Drift Tasmania Series, which will mark the return of drift competition to the Apple Isle. Managed by the Performance Driving Australia motoring education and services organisation, the Drift Tasmania Series will initially …

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CENTURY OF MOTORSPORT TO BE CELEBRATED AT THE BEND CLASSIC THIS SEPTEMBER

A South Australian obsession with motoring and motorsport that has endured for more than a century will be celebrated when cars from ten decades gather for The Bend Classic this September. The annual event is set to be the most spectacular motor sport event held in South Australia since March this year, with two days …

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Off-road Legend Toby Price Set for Gruelling Goondiwindi 400

International off-road racing legend Toby Price will be the headline act in a 66-strong field for this weekend’s Albins ARB Goondiwindi 400, sanctioned by the AASA. Price will compete in Class 6 aboard a Can-Am off-road machine and after being sidelined since February, the two-time Dakar Rally winner is pumped to be back in action. …

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Harry Hayek Turns to Education to Fuel Racing Passion

The COVID-19 pandemic may have brought Harry Hayek’s 2020 racing programme – a drive with McLaren in the British GT Championship – to a standstill, but the talented Aussie racer is not letting it dampen his enthusiasm. Instead, Hayek is channelling his natural love of motorsport into teaching others how to maximise their on-track performances, …

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Off Road Racers Out in Force for Newman Excavations 100

More than 50 passionate off-road racers flocked to the regional Queensland town of Moranbah for the Australian Off Road Racing Association (AORRA) Newman Excavations 100 race meeting, sanctioned by the AASA, on 25-26 July. Originally scheduled for March, the Newman Excavations 100 was rescheduled to the July date due to the COVID-19 pandemic, leaving drivers …

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