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Miller says leg won't stop him from MotoGP

A broken leg suffered earlier this month won't be enough to stop Aussie MotoGP ace Jack Miller from his home race at Phillip Island this weekend.

Two local riders confirmed for Aust MotoGP

NSW rider Broc Parkes will join Queenslander Jack Miller at Phillip Island for this weekend's Australian MotoGP.

Miller winning race to ride in Aus MotoGP

Australian MotoGP rider Jack Miller has declared himself a certain starter in his home grand prix at Phillip Island.

Walsh defies odds, backs Bathurst fitness

Unsung Holden hero Ash Walsh has backed himself to contest the Bathurst 1000 despite a high-speed crash at Phillip Island.

Pre-fab Phillip Island house by Modscape subservient to its location

The big change to this exposed building site off Melbourne happened in just a few hours.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Phillip Island blowouts: Modified V8 tyres will be safe for Bathurst

Supercars is set to rule that this year's faster new tyres, which suffered a spate of high-speed failures at Phillip Island, are safe for the Bathurst 1000 in October.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Dunlop reviews Supercars tyres after blowouts

Supercars supplier Dunlop is prepared to make stronger tyres to ensure that the showcase Bathurst 1000 isn't marred by a spate of blowouts like the Phillip Island 500 two weeks ago.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Proposed Phillip Island cancer facility to target Chinese visitors

Phillip Island could become a destination for Asian tourists jetting in to seek cancer treatment.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Van Gisbergen rues PI Supercars struggle

A pit-lane penalty and a blown tyre added up to Supercars misery for Shane can Gisbergen at Phillip Island.

Supercars tyre pressure rule over blowouts

Scott McLaughlin has taken a second pole position of the Phillip Island Supercars meet as organisers impose a minimum tyre pressure to avoid more blow-outs.

Pressure on after tyre failures cause chaos at Phillip Island 500

Supercars is set to enforce increased tyre safety margins following a spate of high-speed tyre failures in the opening race of the Phillip Island 500.
Brisbane Times Also reported by •Sydney Morning HeraldThe Age

Supercars probe Phillip Island tyre chaos

Nissan driver Rick Kelly says it was lucky no one was seriously hurt in a dramatic day of Supercars racing where almost half the field suffered tyre blow-outs.

McLaughlin leads DJR Supercars surge

DJR Team Penske's Scott McLaughlin and Fabian Coulthard will start from the front row of the grid in Saturday's Supercars race at Phillip Island.

Will Davison cleared to compete in Supercars' Phillip Island 500 race

Will Davison has been cleared to return for the twin-race Phillip Island 500 this weekend after being in hospital two weeks ago.
Brisbane Times

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