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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 - Oops!

Breakdowns, Collisions, Spins, Accidents 

 

 

Glenn Seton (5) had an off track visit to the sand trap in the warm up and ended up beached. His car is seen here the the Paddock after being retrieved. V8 Supercar Shell Series Round 3. Eastern Creek, 29 April 2001.

 

David Besnard (9) had a close encounter of the Bargwanna kind in race 2 and is seen entering the pits. V8 Supercar Shell Series Round 3. Eastern Creek, 29 April 2001.
Big Kev would not be excited over Paul Morris' crash during Friday's practice session! Clipsal 500, Adelaide.

 

Very early in Friday's first practice session, Steven Richards' Ford was smoking badly on the front straight. (photo 1).  

 

When he stopped, the smoke died down from the back and was coming from the engine bay. (Photo 2)

 

Marshalls push Steven Richards' Ford back to the pits instead of getting a tow truck as he is not far away. (Photos 3/4)

 

Clipsal 500, Adelaide.

 

 

I caught the tail end of this crash by Marcus Ambrose in the Pirtek Ford in Pit Straight (photo 1).

 

The car comes to a halt a little shorter in the nose than before (photo 2)

 

Ambrose is out of the car and examines the damage to his car. (photo 3)

 

The car is pushed to the pits by marshalls. It was in a similar spot to Steven Richards' problem (photo 4)

 

It's hard to see the damage with the marshalls in the way! (photo 5)

 

Clipsal 500, Adelaide.

Paul Radisich's battered Falcon returns to the battle that was race two.

 

Updated 18 April 2002

 

 

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