Photo Gallery

Jan11: Ashmore Fun Race after the Brisbane floods. Angus, "The Yellow Stig", Lachlan.
The "Yellow Stig" showing Angus some ol' skool rolling on the Ashmore track.
Angus on the Cooloola track late 2010. The rainy season had begun but our hosts presented a great day and we enjoyed ourselves under the Oztrail.
Our mighty team transport, since this photo it has had some further enhancements to make our racing days a little more organised.

Redline, the machine of choice for both Lachlan & Angus.
Note the flash Orange grips recently added to Angus' machine, locked on to avoid slips in the wet.
Our view at the Sleeman Centre opening. The very grand 8m
start hill on the left and the 5m start on the right.

What are we up during our "down" time ... out at Willowbank
for the winter nationals 2011. Track side supporting the
SBR team - Top Fuel Funny Car.

Canetoad Classic (Bundy) July11.

Operational Support and Team Captain have a couple of quiet moments to watch the racing.

A small glimpse of the team Matriarch
"Nana" in the background.

And yes it was very chilly with a nasty westerly wind to boot!

Cane Toad 2011

2day meet towards the end, a chance to kick back for a couple of photos.

Angus with yet another item for the trophy wall.
Jan11: Nerang, racing has it's challenges but our Ops Support Manager is still smiling.
Team Manager: Getting the team organised and in the right places at the right time can be stressful.
Meet our head of Security and Community Liaison, Barry.
In this photo he is in disguise, sorting out some local furry thieves that have been stealing dog biscuits. 
Apr11,  Centenary Plains: Noms sorted, Neighbours settled, lunch organised - Ops Support can now kick back and enjoy the day.

Kaedyn Garton-Dodd, a good friend of 20Twenty.Racing at the Caboolture Snake Pit 2010.
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This view of the track from the entrance looking across
the straights.
Lachlan is always trying something new and keeping up with
the latest craze ... add planking to his list of accomplishments!
We always encourage low risk!

Angus had a big meet.

Running in the 5&under class, he turned in 6x 1st + 1x 2nd over the 2day event.

No falls so that is always bonus for a big events.

Bundaberg is the host club for the state titles, 20Twenty Racing is certainly looking forward to our return later in the year.

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