Lee Holdsworth was born in Melbourne, Victoria on 2 February 1983. Holdsworth is currently an Australian V8 Supercar racing driver. Holdsworth currently drives the #4 Erebus Motorsport Mercedes-Benz E63 AMG.
Mark Noske (born 25 July 1975) is an Australian V8 Supercar driver. Noske has never placed higher than third in a national event, but has placed third four times in such events.
Taz Douglas (born 11 February 1985) is a part-time Australian race driver.
Ro Charlz is an Australian auto racing driver.
Stanley Jones (March 1923–16 March 1973) was an Australian racing driver.
James Davison, born 28 August 1986 in Melbourne, Australia, is a third-generation race driver whose father Jon Davison was a Formula 5000 competitor and was the long-running promotor of racing events at Sandown Raceway. Davison's grandfather, Lex Davison, was a four-time winner of the Australian Grand Prix. He is a cousin of V8 Supercar drivers Alex and Will Davison. He also competed as a coxswain as part of Scotch College's championship-winning rowing crew in 2003.
Tim Macrow (born 13 May 1982 in Melbourne, Victoria) is an Australian racing driver. He has competed in such series as Australian Formula 3 and Porsche Supercup.
David Reynolds (born 3 July 1985 in Albury, New South Wales) is an Australian racing driver. Reynolds presently drives a Ford FG Falcon for Rod Nash Racing.
Steven Ellery (born 22 August 1974 in Melbourne) is a retired Australian racing driver known from V8 Supercars.
George Fury (born 31 January 1945 in Hungary) is a retired Australian rally and racing car driver. For the majority of his career Fury was associated with Nissan, twice winning the Australian Rally Championship, and twice runner up in the Australian Touring Car Championship. Fury, a farmer living and working in the New South Wales country town of Talmalmo, was nicknamed "Farmer George" or "The Talmalmo Farmer".
Barry Mulholland (14 June 1940 - 28 April 2006) was an Australian racing driver.
Mark Larkham (born 29 December 1963 in Benalla, Victoria) is a retired Australian racing driver, former racing team owner and television commentator.
Rod Anderson is a race car driver born in Australia. His racing career started in the 1980s driving historic cars, before he moved on to driving Australian sports cars from 1989 until 1996. He won the Australian Formula Two national series in 1999. After a hiatus he returned to racing in Australian Formula Three's C-Class in 2001, moving up to the B-Class in 2002 and staying there until the present. During his time in Australian F3 he has driven for his own Anderson team. In 2007 he won the Trophy Class of the 2007 Formula 3 title.
Peter Gerard McLeod (born 6 May 1948 in Newcastle, New South Wales) is a retired Australian racing driver, best known as co-winner of the 1987 James Hardie 1000 at Bathurst, and for driving the distinctive yellow and black Slick 50 Mazda RX-7 Group C touring car during the early to mid-1980s.
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