The FW1 Aussie Racing Cars Super Series gives drivers of all ages and experience the opportunity to compete. Darren Chamberlin, driver of the FW1 cleaning wax sponsored car, is an example of someone determined to compete irrespective of age.
At age 42, he has been driving in the Series for over three years.
“The cars are extraordinary to drive. I love the way they handle.”
“Every driver, sponsor and member of the Aussie Racing Cars team goes the extra mile to develop the Series and make each event better than the last. There is a real sense of community with everyone involved and new drivers are welcomed into the Series.”
Chamberlin said he'd been racing in go-karts for seven years before stepping up to the larger Aussie Racing Cars.
"I decided to purchase a vehicle and get involved. Ever since my first time on the track I was hooked."
Aussie Racing Cars is accessible to all, including prospective and up-and-coming drivers who can contact the Aussie Racing Cars team or Founder Phil Ward for more information, if they want to become involved.
You can catch Darren racing in Round 4 of the Series on August 19–21 at Queensland Raceway with the support of sponsor, FW1.
The Motor Report will be bringing you live updates on the Masters Cup and FW1 Aussie Racing Cars Super Series. Regular posts will also be featured on the Aussie Racing Cars and FW1 Facebook and Twitter pages.