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Jun 15, 2014


West / I’Anson – Another Clean Sweep For ASRS Round 2 & Track Record

Roger I’Anson (West WR1000) has claimed his second consecutive Australian Sports Racer Series round win at Winton Motor Raceway today by clean-sweeping all three races yet again, while setting and resetting lap records following yesterday’s top qualifying performance. With I’Anson qualifying on Pole with a blistering 1:20.358 time, followed by Adam Proctor, Andrew McInness (West WX10) and Aaron Steer (West WR1000) making up the first two rows of the grid.

Race 1 on Sunday was an all West result with I’Anson, Steer and McInnes being first three ac ross the line, followed closely by Proctor, Barlow & rookie John-Paul Drake.

Race 2 saw I’Anson set the lap record with a 1.20.2345 which was by far the fastest time set by any category at Winton this weekend. Proctor managed a 2nd place over 10 seconds behind followed closely by Steer & McInnes on 3rd & 4th respectively.

Race 3 again saw I’Anson blast away from the competition, as usual leading from start to end unchallenged. With Proctor giving chase he was never in contention, I’Anson driving a flawless race. Proctor again maintained second with Steer close in 3rd.

Joining I’Anson on the round two podium today were runner-up Adam Proctor  and third-placed Aaron Steer (#3 West Race Cars West) who were separated by just one point in the final standings. Fourth for the round was Proctor’s stable mate Darren Barlow, while West’s John-Paul Drake secured fifth for the round in only his second national Sports Racer event aboard the #56 West Race Cars West.

Round 1 ASRS: West - Winslow and I'Anson, 1 - 2 for Qualifying and Race 1 & New Lap Record

Factory driver James Winslow and privateer Roger I'Anson qualified one, two for the first round of the Australian Sports Racer Series, with

Winslow under his own lap record on 1.05.9554 and I'Anson 1:06.387 also under the lap record set in November 2013.

Race 1 saw I'Anson storm of the start line, beating Winslow to turn 1. By the end of lap 2 Wislow was out front with I'Anson keeping the

pressure on for the first 9 laps. Winslow finished 25 seconds in front of Proctor's Stohr.

In lap 9 Winslow backed up his record breaking qualifying time with a 1.05.981, and maintained a healthy lead over I'Anson for the rest of the race.

Rookie West driver, John-Paul Drake in his first national event improved to finish 5th in front of Yasser Shahin and Mark Laucke.

Press Release

West Race Cars USA now 100% Australian Owned

West Motorsport Australia announces purchase of West Race Cars (USA) LLC


Adelaide, April 22, 2014:  West Motorsport Australia’s (WMA) number one distributor of 1 litre sports racers and open wheel race cars, today announced it has completed the purchase of 100% of West Race Cars LLC (WRC) the leading constructor of the ground breaking WX10 sports racer. The purchase encompasses the West brand, business assets and Intellectual property.

The acquisition, which recognizes the increasing popularity and growing Asia-Pacific market for low cost, high performance race cars, combines WMA’s 8 years of experience developing and racing these cars in the Australian domestic market and the USA knowledge base from Level 5 Motorsports USA engineering and aero developments that produced the fastest SCCA race car of any category ever at the Road America SCCA Runoffs in 2013.

“ The new WX10 CR has an updated aero package and all new inboard suspension design, which has raised the bar for all of the constructors. The time and effort spent in the wind tunnel and on track last year has improved every aspect of the cars performance and handling: said Managing Director, Greg Steer

WMA expects manufacturing of the new car to be in full production late Q3 of this year, with a capacity to produce more than 40 cars per annum.

Headquartered in Adelaide, SA, West Motorsport distributes the two premium 1 litre race car brands, West, the nation's highest selling and highest performing sport racer available and US Championship winning Firman RFR Formula 1000 open wheel race car. WMA provides race maintenance & preparation services and runs a 9-car race team in the Shannon’s Nationals Series.

Corporate enquiries: Greg Steer 0410 600267


Sales & Race enquiries: Aaron Steer 0414 281846

The Firman RFR1000 2014

now at West Motorsport

GulfSport Racing

Conceived to incorporate the latest in aerodynamic and mechanical design thinking, the RFR F1000 car was immediately a winner, setting a new lap record from pole position in its debut race. Now available with the the powerful ZX10R Kawasaki engine with a BRD developed dry sump system, the car is set to dominate the class during 2014.


Scott Tucker's record setting runoffs

Tucker leads start to finish in West WX10

ALMS regular Scott Tucker re-wrote the record books in the SCCA National Championship Runoffs at Road America this week. (Photo: Mark Weber/SCCA)

The record books were re-written this week at Road America when Scott Tucker became the first driver to break the two-minute per lap barrier in the SCCA National Championship Runoffs.


British ace James Winslow storms to debut Le Mans Series victory


Multiple international champion driver James Winslow and factory driver for West Race Cars in Australia once again showed his versatility as he helped Hong Kong squad KCMG to victory in the inaugural round of the Asian Le Mans Series.



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