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:: Victorian Formula 500 2015 State Title Roundup

Monday, November 23, 2015
Victorian Formula 500 Assn

After 2 previous attempts last season, the 2015 Victorian Formula 500 State Title was finally run and won on the weekend at Western Speedway Hamilton under cloudy (but not wet) skies.
A total of 32 drivers gave it there best shot over 3 heats, a B main and the final.
Heats winners were - Steven Horton, Angelo Karoussis, Ash Sinclair, James Aranyosi, Lisa Walker, Marcus Kelly, Jack Bell, Dylan Willsher & Brad Stell.
T47 Marcus Kelly, V50 James Aranyosi, SA33 Brad Stell, V81 Jack Bell, A2 Steven Horton and SA27 Angelo Karoussis qualified top 6 for the Final.
20 laps after and the V50 of James Aranyosi took the chequered flag. T47 Marcus Kelly, V81 Jack Bell, SA27 Angelo Karoussis and V49 Josh Buckingham taking out the placings.
Congratulations to James for bringing the title back home and well done to all who participated.
Full race results can be found on - http://www.mylaps.com/en/events/1223858
Our next race meeting is the Jack Willsher Cup at Premier Speedway Warrnambool this Saturday.
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:: Victorian Formula 500 Jack Willsher Cup..

Monday, November 23, 2015
Victorian Formula 500 Assn

Another great field to contest the running of The Victorian Formula 500 Jack Willsher Cup to be held at Premier Speedway, Warrnambool this Saturday 28 Nov 2015.

37 drivers have so far nominated, with late entry still open.

Reminder to all drivers that sign-in closes at 3.30pm.

Nominations received:-
A1 Dylan Willsher
SA14 Paul Razum
SA4 Lisa Walker
SA40 Steph Munn
SA44 Josh Munn
SA64 Patrick Merrett
SA71 Lachlan Cates
T47 Marcus Kelly
USA46 Michael Faccinto
WA55 Adrian Haywood
V14 Jett Speed
V15 Leigh Van Ginneken
V17 Phil Micallef
V18 Brooke Buckingham
V2 Bill Fraser
V20 Josh Fort
V23 Jake Hose
V31 Chris Bellman
V32 Mathew Turner
V36 Daniel Burleigh
V42 Jayden Rickett
V48 Ryan Okeefe
V49 Josh Buckingham
V5 Steven Van Ginneken
V50 James Aranyosi
V51 Ash Sinclair
V52 Shane Van Duynhoven
V53 Owen Milton
V57 Rob Trewartha
V58 Jarrod Bampfield
V70 Matthew Symons
V79 Terry Rankin
V81 Jack Bell
V89 Ben Telindert
V95 Dale Sinclair
V96 Andrew Rae

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:: Formula 500's WA - Johnson is the New King!

Sunday, November 22, 2015
Formula 500's WA

Once again the upper echelon of WA Formula 500’s have put on some great wheel to wheel racing and for the second time in as many meetings at the Perth Motorplex, it was Troy Johnson who won the feature and was crowned the ‘King of Kwinana’.

Johnson started from the front row of the feature, with Tim Hooper quickly into second. Behind them was Thomas Davies, Matt Brown, defending King of Kwinana Steven Ellement and Adrian Haywood all fighting it out for supremacy.

Hooper didn’t let Johnson get away, with the two racing in close proximity until the race went under red lights for Ashleigh Oldfield who went for a tumble after contact with another spinning competitor.

The restart saw the battle resume, but Hooper couldn’t quite get the pass done, while Davies behind them was threatening, in the end Johnson crossing just 0.232 seconds ahead of Hooper, with Davies just 0.306 seconds behind him.

A thrilling finish once again, with the Formula’s putting on great action all throughout the night.

Earlier heat wins were shared by Johnson, Brown and Davies.

The Formula 500’s now have a short break before returning to the Perth Motorplex on the 19th of December, or for those who are keener, a show the night before in the FAST Racing Series on the 18th of December.

Release by DTN Media.

Heat 1 – 10 laps: 1. Troy Johnson, 2. Tom Hooper, 3. Jamie Nardini, 4. Luke Nardini, 5. Steven Ellement, 6. Glenn Carstairs, 7. Cameron McKenzie, 8. Jeremy Saffin, 9. Chris Dymock, 10. Carl Phillips, 11. Ashleigh Oldfield, 12. Mark House, 13. David Carstairs, 14. Ash Kent. DNF: Brent Lockwood, Shane Andersson, Jai Dillon. Total Time: 4.29.980. Winning Margin: 1.997. Fastest Lap: 17.293 Troy Johnson.

Heat 2 – 10 laps: 1. Matt Brown, 2. Thomas Davies, 3. Adrian Haywood, 4. Troy Johnson, 5. Jamie Pages, 6. Tom Hooper, 7. Steven Ellement, 8. Craig Bottrell, 9. Jamie Nardini, 10. Luke Nardini, 11. Brent Lockwood, 12. Jeremy Saffin, 13. Ashleigh Oldfield, 14. Jeff Ross, 15. Ash Kent, 16. Jeff Prentis, 17.Lizz Plummer. Total Time: No Time. Winning Margin: 0.702. Fastest Lap: 16.437 Matt Brown.

Heat 3 – 10 laps: 1. Thomas Davies, 2. Shane Andersson, 3. Glenn Carstairs, 4. Cameron McKenzie, 5. Mark House, 6. Matt Brown, 7. Adrian Haywood, 8. Jamie Pages, 9. Jai Dillon, 10. Jeff Ross, 11. David Carstairs. DNF: Craig Bottrell, Lizz Plummer, Chris Dymock, Jeff Prentis. DNS: Carl Phillips. Total Time: No Time. Winning Margin: 2.324. Fastest Lap: 16.697 Thomas Davies.

Feature – 15 laps: 1. Troy Johnson, 2. Tom Hooper, 3. Thomas Davies, 4. Matt Brown, 5. Steven Ellement, 6. Adrian Haywood, 7. Glenn Carstairs, 8. Cameron McKenzie, 9. Luke Nardini, 10. Jamie Nardini, 11. Shane Andersson, 12. Jeremy Saffin, 13. Brent Lockwood, 14. Jai Dillon, 15. Jeff Ross, 16. David Carstairs. DNF: Jamie Pages, Chris Dymock, Carl Phillips, Ashleigh Oldfield, Mark House, Ash Kent, Jeff Prentis. Total Time: No Time. Winning Margin: 0.232. Fastest Lap: 16.536 Troy Johnson.
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:: Rewarding East Coast Sojourn.

Friday, November 20, 2015
FR Media

It was worth the effort!!

The decision to race at the King of the Bridge event at Murray Bridge Speedway proved to be a fruitful one as Adrian Haywood certainly left an impression in more ways than one.

From the outset Haywood showed that the Plus Fitness/Port Kennedy Tyres & More #55 machine had the pace to challenge for a win, pushing the limits of the setup that the team had decided to use especially during heat one on the night.

Being one of the few running the top of the track, Haywood wanted to make sure he used it to his advantage, challenging for the lead as he made the longest laps on the track up against the cushion. With the right rear only centimetres away from the Murray Bridge bright yellow wall the limits were broken and he rode up the wall.

With skill and a little luck, he brought it back down on two wheels and quickly had the car back on the place to hold on to second place. “You have to work out where the wall is” he quipped afterwards. “Thankfully we didn’t pay the real price.”

He showed that his pace in the first heat was no fluke, earning an all the way win in a dominating display that set him up for a front row start in the Dash, plus boosted his confidence as well.

After a reworking of the track, the car proved to be a tad to tight. He struggled but put in a valiant effort to hold onto fourth position for the A-Main

The King of the Bridge finale proved to be a hectic one with a cracker pace from the outset. Haywood looked strong and showed he would be the one to catch after moving forward early to grab the lead.

As the laps wore down, the number of stoppages increased and this wasn't what Haywood needed. He was suburb through traffic, while in open air the pack would close around him each restart. In the end they would get the opportunity to jump him and push him back to a fourth place finish.

“I think in the end the tyres went off and it felt like I was running on dust out there. Thats racing I guess but I’m stoked to run fourth in the company that was out there tonight. This track really suited me, I loved it. I was able to run up high, down low, doing slide jobs…it was good real good” he said afterwards.

The fun though doesn't stop as Adrian and the team has put in the hard yards to be back in WA for this weekends running of the Scardifield King of the Wings event at the Perth Motorplex. “I cant thank Watson’s Express Transport, Jason Priolo, Jason Youd and Wade Ingerson for the efforts to get back and prep everything for Saturday night. It’s a huge event and would be an honour to win” stated Haywood in readiness for this weekend.

Be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/plusfitnessracing) for all the updates about our next race meeting

Plus Fitness Racing thanks there valued partners :

Fitness Plus 24/7 www.plusfitness.com.au
Port Kennedy Tyres & More www.tyresandmore.com.au
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Boatland Mandurah
BMR Engineering www.bmr-engineering.com

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:: Flying Formula’s Return to the Plex!

Wednesday, November 18, 2015
Formula 500's WA

After a few weeks break the Flying Formula 500’s will this weekend return to the high banks of the Perth Motorplex and they do so in the best way possible with a huge twenty eight cars nominated for the King of Kwinana event.
The event has become a staple for the Formula 500’s over the years, with at least the last ten on record as the King of Kwinana.
Steven Ellement is the winningest driver of the event, having taken out the crown five times in the last ten years while Matt Brown has also taken the win once. Both are in the field for this weekend’s event, with Ellement making his first appearance of the season apart from some practice laps tonight at the Perth Motorplex. Brown had a disappointing opener, recording a DNF in the feature and both men will be hoping for a strong run this weekend.
Last show at the Motorplex saw Troy Johnson lead home Glenn Carstairs and Tom Hooper so all three will be confident of another good run this Saturday night, while Thomas Davies has been in ripper form in recent week as he made it a clean sweep of the country round at Geraldton, won the feature the following night at Moora and then headed over East to Murray Bridge Speedway in South Australia where he won the King of The Bridge race. Can he become King twice in two weekends?
Also at Murray Bridge was Adrian Haywood who put in a great effort to qualify on the front row of the feature and came home a fighting fourth place, a feat he would love to improve on this weekend.
Adding some spice into this weekend’s field is the fact that we have Victorian visitor Nathan Pryor having a run. Pryor has won multiple feature races on the east coast and will be hoping to add another to his list this weekend.
Also in the field is a whole host of other drivers who want to add another feature win, including Chris Dymock, Mark House, Jeremy Saffin, not to mention Cameron McKenzie and the very fast Nardini boys Jamie and Luke.
Returning this weekend is Craig Bottrell who has had a significant time out of the seat, while Speedcar pilot Alfonso Guadagnino is also having a crack in the Formula’s this weekend driving the #37 machine.
This weekend will see the Formula 500;s contest a total of three heats, each driver in two of them, which will determine the starting order for the 15 lap feature event to determine who will be this year’s King of Kwinana.
Make sure you are at Kwinana this weekend for what is set to be a massive show!
Release by DTN Media.

Former King of Kwinana Winners
2014/15 – Steven Ellement
2013/14 – Steven Ellement
2012/13 – Andrew Priolo
2011/12 – Steven Ellement
2010/11 – Steven Ellement
2009/10 – Daniel Harding
2008/09 – Steven Ellement
2007/08 – Matt Brown
2006/07 – Wayne Dymock

Official Nominations - 28
2 Steven Ellement
3 Chris Dymock
4 Matt Brown
15 Craig Bottrell
24 Mark House
29 Thomas Davies
30 Jai Dillon
37 Alfonso Guadagnino
40 Ash Kent
41 Cameron McKenzie
49 Glenn Carstairs
52 Lizz Plummer
55 Adrian Haywood
66 Jamie Pages
71 David Carstairs
V72 Nathan Pryor
73 Jeff Ross
75 Jeff Prentis
77 Brock Nanovich
78 Brent Lockwood
79 Tom Hooper
83 Jeremy Saffin
84 Ashleigh Oldfield
87 Luke Nardini
88 Jamie Nardini
90 Shane Andersson
95 Troy Johnson
105 Carl Phillips

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:: Victorian Formula 500 General Meeting - 18/11/2015

Wednesday, November 11, 2015
Victorian Formula 500 Assn

The next Victorian Formula 500 General Meeting will be held on Wednesday 18th November 2015 at the Mount Moriac Hotel,
1115 Princes Highway, Moriac commencing at 7.45 pm.
Members and visitors are welcome and encouraged to attend.
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:: Speedway still driven...

Wednesday, November 04, 2015
Bordertown Speedway Club

Bordertown Speedway Club members have been hard at work in the off season in preparation for this coming opening night on November 7th.

After a tragic accident last season in Whyalla, Speedway Australia and Worksafe SA have stepped in and introduced new safety regulations which have been implimented state wide immediately. The changes will also be rolled out nation wide in the coming months. These changes include the formation of Infield Management Plans that must be strictly adhered to, and more noticeably the inclusion of more substantial infield safety barriers. While Murray Bridge Speedway chose to line their entire infield with Armco railing, Bordertown has chosen to enlarge their current Armco structures around the light towers, making them also double rail high. The addition of a front straight barrier also allows stewards access closer and more central to the track for cone restarts and infield management control.

Early in October the club also hosted the SA speedway kart club for the first time. While kart numbers were low, the event ran extremely well, with locals Will Johnson and 410 sprintcar racer Jake Tranter competing in this category for the first time. Both did outstandingly well, taking several wins between the pair throughout the night. The club will now see the South Australian Speedway Club Titles held on the Tolmer Bullring later in the year.

November 7th will see the first official night of racing, with the Formula 500 Battle of the Border being the feature event. Heading the line up is Australia 1 Dylan Willsher. Dylan had a stellar last season, and his wealth of talent and hunger to win will see the likable young Warrnambool lad come in as favorite on the Bullring. He will be joined by fellow Victorian Shane Van Duynhaven, who also had feature success last year in the Vic Stampede series, along with Tyler Beasy in the brand new Boss Chassis, Terry Rankin and Shane Hobbs. They will take on karting superstar and already this season multiple feature winner Jarrod Moore. Jarrod recently moved back home to South Australia from WA, and slotted straight back into the winners circle without fuss.

Another kart star standing out from the crowd is lady racer Lisa Walker. Walker has claimed numerous victories since joining the Formula 500 ranks, and will be without a doubt a lead contender. Local Formula 500 star Pat Merritt will head into the event as one of the local favorites, after taking a feature win at the venue last season, as well as winning the Murray Bridge track championship.

Joining him after a long break from racing will be another local, John Steuart. John competed in 360 sprintcars several seasons ago, and has been preparing his new car for the last few months. His debut in the category will be at his home track, and he is expected to settle back in quite well. Other SA regulars to eye off the Battle of the Border feature are Tintinara resident Hayden Kendrick, Adelaide guns Ross Miller, Rory Stevenson, Brad Stell, Simon Reichelt and Locky Cates, as well as Joe Mercorella, and new comers Jordan Mansell and Jack Disbury. Jack ran a Junior Formula 500 last season and included Bordertown in his program, and took to it like a duck to water. He is expected to be one to watch in the younger ranks.

Late Model sedans will also return to the Bullring opening night, and the crowd favorites are expecting strong competition. Amca's, Street Stocks, Lightning Sprints and Junior sedans will also be taking on Tolmer to start the season in style.

A noticable loss to the club this season will be Dylan Jenkin, who has retired from sprintcar racing. After many years of successful competition, he has made the tough decision to step back from racing, and concentrate on his work and family commitments. Dylan started his speedway career at the venue in Junior Sedans, progressed to V6 Sprints, and then to Sprintcars. He had a huge list of substantial victories to his name, State titles and many feature wins, including a sprintcar feature win last season in front of his home crowd. He also competed right around the country with World Series Sprintcars, which in turn gave the team, its sponsors and the town some great coverage on national TV. He had a huge fan base both locally and abroad, and his efforts brought a huge boost to the Bordertown Speedway Club when he competed. Whilst still assisting the club where possible, Dylan will take a step back and allow our other local drivers to now attempt to follow his footsteps.

Linda Savage Photo - #18 Jarrod Moore
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:: Happy With The Results.

Monday, October 26, 2015
FR Media

Everything looked positive for a podium place finish last Saturday night for Adrian Haywood and the Plus Fitness #55 as all the boxes had been ticked in preparation for the nights racing, only for a slight malfunction to hinder his progress towards a better qualifying spot in the nights finale.

The car looked resplendent on the track, especially as it passed the Plus Fitness signing adorning turn one “Its exciting to have the team from Plus Fitness as a corporate partner with the Perth Motorplex this season. Im really looking forward to working with the Motorplex and Plus Fitness to get the brand more awareness through the sport. I think it's a great partnership!” enthused Haywood.

The nights racing though didn’t start ideally, as faulty wing ram hindered with the setup of the car. “Sometimes it happens, all the preparation in the world doesn't stop these things from happening, but in saying that, we still came away with at least one good heat result” stated the Plus Fitness pilot.

Haywood could only manage a twelfth place finish in his opening heat as he struggled with the wing problems, heading backwards from his original starting spot. He turned things around in his next heat, moving up to fifth spot from seventh position and earning some much needed points towards a better qualifying spot in the final, where he would start out of position eight.

Making some brilliant moves early in the final, using both the high line and the bottom of the track, Haywood would move forward and slotted himself into fifth. He slowly continued to gain on the leaders but with the hectic pace set by the leading four cars, Haywood couldn't get close enough to advance any further and had to settle for the fifth place finish.

“Although we didn’t make it on the podium, I’m still happy with the fifth considering the wing issues we had early in the night. We also tried a new tyre in the final that proved to be too good, making us tight on entering the corners, but it was something we needed too try and learn from” stated Haywood after the event.

The Plus Fitness Racing team now gets the chance to sit back and enjoy a weekend off after a pretty intense couple of weeks, be sure to keep an eye on our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/plusfitnessracing) for all the updates about our next race meeting

Plus Fitness Racing thanks there valued partners :

Fitness Plus 24/7 www.plusfitness.com.au
Port Kennedy Tyres & More www.tyresandmore.com.au
Masters Milk
Juice Plus www.juiceplus.com.au
Boatland Mandurah
BMR Engineering www.bmr-engineering.com

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:: WA Formula 500 -Johnson Draws First Blood!

Sunday, October 18, 2015
Formula 500's WA

Troy Johnson has once again returned to the winners circle and tonight drew first blood as he claimed the opening Formula 500’s feature race for the season at the Perth Motorplex.
Johnson led away early as fellow front row sitter Matt Brown headed infield before he even completed a lap with dramas on his immaculate #4 entry. The star of last year’s final events, Tom Hooper was the man who put pressure on Johnson for the lead while behind them Glenn Carstairs and Cameron McKenzie were fighting it out for third place.
The leading duo pulled away from the rest of the field and then began to close in on lapped traffic. The two raced in and out until Hooper got baulked by some slower cars, which allowed Johnson to build a decent lead, and also let Glenn Carstairs through for second place.
However, Johnsons lead proved to be insurmountable for any other contender as the laps wound down and in the end it was Johnson who raced away to a win ahead of a fast finishing Carstairs, while Hooper had to settle for third. Mark House was unlucky to go up in a cloud of smoke as the race came to an end while Cameron McKenzie and Adrian Haywood rounded out the top five.
Earlier in the night Tom Hooper led the opening heat, with Matt Brown and Mark House next as they fought for position. The yellows came out for a spun James Dawson and the ensuring restart saw Hooper and Brown pull away, with Hooper getting the nod, while Glenn Carstairs came home third.
The second heat saw Johnson leading from the get go, racing away to a huge win over Cameron MacKenzie and Shane Andersson.
The Formula 500’s now have a short break before round one of the West Coast Series is held in Albany Speedway on the 31st of October!
Release by DTN Media.
Official Results
Heat One – 10 laps: 1. 79 Tom Hooper, 2. 4 Matt Brown, 3. 49 Glenn Carstairs, 4. 95 Troy Johnson, 5. 24 Mark House, 6. 66 Jamie Pages, 7. 71 David Carstairs, 8. 88 Jamie Nardini, 9. 90 Shane Andersson, 10. 41 Cameron McKenzie, 11. 3 Chris Dymock, 12. 55 Adrian Haywood, 13. 73 Jeff Ross, 14. 87 Luke Nardini, 15. 78 Brent Lockwood, 16. 36 Brendon Marshman, 17. 11 James Dawson, 18. 115 Anton Porro, 19. 52 Lizz Plummer. DNF: 84 Ashleigh Oldfield (2), 75 Jeff Prentis (0). Total Time: No Time. Winning Margin: 0.434. Fastest Lap: 16.830 4 Matt Brown.
Heat Two – 10 laps: 1. 95 Troy Johnson, 2. 41 Cameron McKenzie, 3. 90 Shane Andersson, 4. 4 Matt Brown, 5. 55 Adrian Haywood, 6. 3 Chris Dymock, 7. 88 Jamie Nardini, 8. 49 Glenn Carstairs, 9. 79 Tom Hooper, 10. 73 Jeff Ross, 11. 71 David Carstairs, 12. 66 Jamie Pages, 13. 36 Brendon Marshman, 14. 24 Mark House, 15. 84 Ashleigh Oldfield, 16. 115 Anton Porro, 17. 52 Lizz Plummer, 18. 11 James Dawson. DNF: Brent Lockwood, Jeff Prentis. DNS: W87 Luke Nardini. Total Time: 2.46.330. Winning Margin: 3.132. Fastest Lap: 16.382 95 Troy Johnson.
Feature – 15 laps: 1. 95 Troy Johnson, 2. 49 Glenn Carstairs, 3. 79 Tom Hooper, 4. 41 Cameron McKenzie, 5. 55 Adrian Haywood, 6. 88 Jamie Nardini, 7. 87 Luke Nardini, 8. 90 Shane Andersson, 9. 66 Jamie Pages, 10. 3 Chris Dymock, 11. 71 David Carstairs, 12. 73 Jeff Ross, 13. 36 Brendon Marshman. DNF: 24 Mark House, 78 Brent Lockwood, 52 Lizz Plummer, 84 Ashleigh Oldfield, 4 Matt Brown, 75 Jeff Prentis. DNS: 11 James Dawson. DQ: 115 Anton Porro. Total Time: No Time. Winning Margin: 0.797. Fastest Lap: 16.311 95 Troy Johnson. ... Read

:: Testing Done - Problems Solvered

Friday, October 16, 2015
FR Media

With a new motor combination bolted inside the chassis rails of the Plus Fitness #55 PMP, Adrian Haywood headed to the Perth Motorplex last weekend to race in the opening round of the Fast Series events to be held at the states number one venue during the 2015/16 season.

The new Jettco/Engler powerplant experienced some initial problems that Haywood and his enthusiastic crew were able to solve and by the evenings end had the car humming along nicely, making his way forward during the nights finale.

“With the early problems we had during the night we didn’t actually do that many laps at speed to try and dial the car in but it felt fantastic. Myself and the team were ecstatic with how we finished but due to the lack of laps we decided another night at the track would be in order” stated Haywood.

The Wednesday night practice session showed that the car once again had some great speed on an extremely slick surface, though a mechanical issue raised its ugly head with throttle response problems affecting Haywood’s time behind the wheel.

After a post practice inspection the issue was solved. Thinking the problem involved the actual throttle cable, on inspection it was discovered that the actual throttle pedal was making contact with a dzus bracket which helps hold the body panels to the car.

“Preparation is a big thing in motorsport and this is why we spend so much time in the workshop to sort these issues out. I’m positive all the gremlins have been sorted and now I’m looking forward to getting back to the Motorplex this Saturday night” said Haywood.

With a field of twenty-two cars nominated for the upcoming Grand Opening Showdown it’s going to be a tough one, but Haywood is full of confidence that he come away with a good result. “We showed at the end of last season that we are competitive enough and this new motor has me thinking that we will be quicker again. Bring on Saturday!!”

Plus Fitness Racing thanks there valued partners :

Fitness Plus 24/7 www.plusfitness.com.au
Port Kennedy Tyres & More www.tyresandmore.com.au
Masters Milk
Juice Plus www.juiceplus.com.au
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BMR Engineering www.bmr-engineering.com

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