Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Motor Blows Up at Meet; Driver Content to Finish Mid-Field

Newspaper article Daily News (Warwick, Australia)

Motor Blows Up at Meet; Driver Content to Finish Mid-Field

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Byline: Deanna Millard

Running third in his class, Allora competitor Garry O'Halloran left the Queensland Super Sprint Championships at Morgan Park Raceway on Sunday afternoon with a blown motor and big plans to fix his car before the next meet.

Mr O'Halloran said he has been racing now for seven years in the sports sedan category with his pride and joy, a 1957 Holden.

C[pounds sterling]I have always been interested in cars and mechanics and so I began racing to take it one step further,C[yen] he said.

C[pounds sterling]The main reason I love competing is for the fellowship and mateship, along with the great buzz you get out on the circuit.C[yen]

Despite being one of the older cars on the circuit, Mr O'Halloran said it can still make the grade.

C[pounds sterling]I usually end up about mid-field or a bit better,C[yen] he said. …

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