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All photos/opinions are personal and not that of any pictured V8 Supercar Team. This site is not endorsed by any V8 Supercar Team. All photos on this site were taken by Eric Scaresbrook and are copyright. Photos are not to be used on other sites without permission.
 

V8 Supercar Championship 2002 

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V8 Supercars 2001

Gibson Motor Sport (GMS)  

 

GMS consisted of Craig Lowdnes (00), Neil Crompton (27) and Rodney Forbes (7) who all drive AU Falcons. At the time of the photos at Adelaide and Eastern Creek, only Craig Lowndes was racing in the GMS colours. The newly established team were still awaiting a car for Neil Crompton and were running Rodney Forbes' car in the former Rodney Forbes Motorsport colours. 

 

Rodney "Mr Spin" Forbes (7) leaves the pits which makes a change from him leaving the track. Forbes did not qualify for Eastern Creek and was not on the track much here in Adelaide.

Craig Lowndes leaves the pits. Clipsal 500, Adelaide.

 

Craig Lowndes during a safety car period in race 1.  Clipsal 500, Adelaide.
Craig Lowndes during qualifying at VB Corner. Clipsal 500, Adelaide.
Craig Lowndes during qualifying at VB Corner trailed by Paul Morris in the Big Kevmobile. Clipsal 500, Adelaide.
Craig Lowndes during his hot lap for the Top 15 Shootout which determined grid positions for race 1. Clipsal 500, Adelaide.

Craig Lowndes prior to doing the presentation for the Formula Ford racers. Eastern Creek, Round 3.

Craig Lowndes leads Paul Radisich (18) into turn 12 during qualifying. Eastern Creek, Round 3.

Craig Lowndes leads Steven Richards (6) into turn 12. Eastern Creek, Round 3.
Craig Lowndes crests the hill near turn 3. Eastern Creek, Round 3.

 

Last updated 25 April 2002

 

 

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