Alex Davison1979-11-03 (age 40)
Now it's Lowndes behind by six to teammate Whincup in the companionship
Mark Winterbottom and Will Davison scored a 1-2 in the frist of two legs at the Sucrogen Townsville 400
Lowndes holds on in Darwin ... just
Wild rides for former Longhorn stars
Now the sport makes its debut in the US at the Circuit of the Americas next week where every team will be running at the track for the first time.
The last race on the Kiwi circuit was in 2007.
Alex Davison joined his brother Will in the FPR #18 Charlie Schwerkolt Racing Team JELD-WEN for the Clipsal 500 challenge.
The Tekno Autosports driver led from pole position to win the Clipsal 500 Adelaide in front of a record single-day crowd for a V8 Supercar race, of 95,000 people.
From the youngest to the newest, being an owner in the V8 Supercars is not an easy job; especially when one increases the number of cars in their garage.
The more things change, the more they stay the same. For Craig Lowndes it was his 90th victory; tying Mark Skaife for the all-time win record.
Ready, set, action for the opening race of the V8 Supercars Clipsal 500 in Adelaide, Australia on and off the circuit.
Aussie trio, David Calvert-Jones and Alex and James Davison, off to fast start in Bathurst Classic with Los Angeles-Based Competition Motorsports Porsche GT3.
The Liqui Moly Bathurst 12h 2013 is a special race that many drivers from touring cars worldwide want to take the win. Motorsport Services is ready for the challenge.
U.S.-based competition motorsports team to field Porsche entry in class B for aussie trio.