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EXCEL RACING AUSTRALIA HIGHLIGHTS | SANDOWN MARCH 2018
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EXCEL RACING AUSTRALIA HIGHLIGHTS | SANDOWN MARCH 2018

2018 Files : Video 1 Our first video from VSCRC Round 1 and 2018 was for the guys Excel Racing Australia! Enjoy their highlights on and off the track. We would love to thank them for a beautiful weekend. "Results saw Excel 1 and Robotham got a great start and drove away for the race win from Bywater. Clemente was in a great battle for P3 with Caruso and Bargwanna, holding out with some great driving. End of Excel 1 Race #3 and it was Robotham/Bywater/Clemente. Excel 2 Race #3 saw Skelton off P10 with some work to do. A good start saw him making up places and he was able to progressively pick of the next 9 cars to come through for the race win and another PB. Wayne Milburn couldn't quite hold on to make it three from three slipping back to third place in the final. In the end Skelton, Agosta, Milburn for Excel 2." I would like to thank our editor Michael for the hours he put into this video and for always lending a helping hand on our productions. Major thank you to our Sandown crew... you guys got these epic shots after all. Without your expertise there would be no video. Also, how awesome does the Excel logo look? Thank you to Dean for adding some animation into it haha. Looking forward to working with these guys and more again in future! Miranda Credits at end of video. ***Follow more from Dean and Michael at Valiant Film Company ***Liam Quackpot Media ***Sheridan lifestyle and vlogging at sheribubble ***Dhiren at DNA Photography
VATtrack Media |A Year| Burn the Stars
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VATtrack Media |A Year| Burn the Stars

'Take pictures of this one Formula Vee with your unique style and hope it goes according to plan', was the intention back in May 2017. One year later it is a very different story. Here is a little video with a few clips from the last year! What started as one car has now expanded to over 70 cars in the VSCRC field, mulitple shoots as the media team for racing teams. Interest and good intetions at multiple events around the country. The VATtrack sticker is now on trailers, helmets, inside vehicles and on family cars. To be in 'fan girl mode' is an understatement. There are many people to thank that made this last first year possible. One of the first people that believed I could create something was @Dean Musumeci. Each time I see more versions of the VATtrack sticker and hear comments on how much people love that eye catching design, my thoughts always wander back to how thankful I am for him. Dean was one of the first people I told of my idea about VATtrack back in my final weeks of my university life, as we sat at a computer to come up with a logo. He believed in what I had to offer and I am so grateful to have met him to this day. To my mentors at JMC Academy, David Pavlich, Peter George, Andrea Grey and James Puli; starting a business was something that only found me in the final month of Uni and I am so glad I went and pursued it. The constant guidance and support I received as a student will always be treasured. For teaching me about the equipment, the best angles for filming and for being sounding boards to all problems and issues...I thank you wholeheartedly. At Winton, we were fortunate to work with Formula Ford driver @Conor Nicholson, and now we love catching up with him and his father Scott, during every round. You guys are adorable! As time progressed, I was approached by two Excel drivers, Karl Neilson and Wayne Milburn Jnr, about the possibility of running stickers. As my first Excel duo, I was super excited, for these two men are among the friendliest you will ever meet. During Winton, we were introduced to the crazy @Luke Grech-Cumbo whose car runs in Improved Production (he never fails for an outrageous shot and is everyone's favourite mad electrician). To the guys in Winton Garage s24, a major thank you to Alister Ondarchie who runs the yellow Triumph, for his ongoing enthusiasm towards VATtrack and for allowing us to be able to have VATtrack in contact to work with the lovely Bruce Astbury for MSCA Come and Try Day events. We were beyond thrilled that weekend to have the sticker on Alana Chipizubov white Triumph and Ian's Mk2 Lotus Cortina. We were so happy when Phil Chester also offered to run a sticker, after of course, being a major fan of his car on track. Winton ended on a high note and I was in a little bit of a fan mode when Liam Hill from Sports Sedans decided to run our sticker.... you know the guy who turned a Hyundai Excel into a 'little mad thing'. The VATtrack list expanded to more Excels by the time Sandown hit the calendar. Personally, one couldn't get two cuter aussie blokes than father and son duo, Brett Page and David Page. The support we have from you guys, running stickers on your two cars, helmets and trailers, was so humbling and we always love working with you off track. We were fortunate to work with Nicholas Higgins who has those funky yellow headlights, and Kerry Bright whose family we just adore. I felt a little bad at Sandown for Troy Musto who only got one on track photo after an incident but the support is always there. Tim East and Belinda East were next and we could not be more appreciative for their support and for their kind words when speaking about how they love the artistic vibe behind our photography. VATtrack was put in contact with Harley Phelan Racing. He is such a sweet bloke and thank you for your kindness. This next man, Robert Dowel, was such a fan of our photography that he cutely asked us for stickers at Sandown. Robert...we love working with you and admire your personal qualities off track. Last but not least, VATtrack must mention its excitement when Neil Haesleroffered to run a sticker. At Sandown, we met the gorgeous Damien Mitchellwho was our first Saloon Car. Damien has always been a smiling face every single time we approach him and his car is the 'beast'. By Phillip Island that year, we added a new car to the family, Lee Partridge and his Sports Sedan. We are thrilled to be working with such a joyful team. Thank you Nicholas Jones, for allowing our sticker on all the Formula Vees and for the chance to work with this category. Knowing how much we have grown the depth and extent of work was quite different to what we provide now but that first incline of we can do this was definitly to be remembered. Due to VATtrack's evolution and being able to work with whole categories such as the Formula Vees we progressed into I commitment to the 944s, Saloon Cars and Excels for the final round of VSCRC in 2017. To all the guys in this category that we met over Phillip Island weekend. A huge thank you for being so friendly and enthusiastic about what we do, and for running our stickers in 'creative places' on your cars. Without a doubt, we expanding to running at events such as Historic Sandown and Island Magic with constant support from MG Racing and Saloon Racing. We look forward to the future work with our friends who race Sport Sedans and Formula Fords. 2018 has been providing the goods with a major thank you to David Burn who has gotton on supporting us for 2018 Excel Racing Australia. We love your team and all your ideas and we love making you proud. Our thank you and gratitude extends to the inspirational Josh JB who has made us his offical media team. He is going places and we wish him all the best wishes in F4. VATtrack consisted of one, of which now there are more than four. Thank you to my, the talented photographers and videographers @Sheridan Horne, Liam Pa'apa'a , Dean Musmeci, Dhiren Adatia, Jonathan Soo Ho Renyi, Michael Irwin ( Editor) Alex Kharnam, Stephen Crowden, Stephen Hunter, James Moussa , Hans Brunswick, Saron Thach and Michael Hill. I am so excited to show you what these guys are capable of doing. They are seriously some of the most down-to-earth and friendly people with whom to work. I would like to extend my gratitude to our friend Paul Heislerl for being a business mentor and giving us ideas and insight on how to progress with VATtrack. We cannot wait to work with him in the future. Many thanks also expressed to my new business advisor, Jony. We had Zac Rufus Music jump on board and thank you for all the amazing tracks you continue to give us. Special mention to all the photographers I met along the way and to John Wardzynski Trackside Action Photography for teaching me the ropes at the tracks and for the patience in teaching myself on track photography. Thank you to everyone who has liked the page, commented and shared our media. I cannot wait for the announcements for what VATtrack has planned and am so excited to see with how much we have improved since we started. We very much look forward to future events and being your media team. See you all soon, Miranda
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