How best to enjoy 2024 than with AMHF’s inaugural wall calendar featuring a range of Brian Caldersmith’s great motoring heritage artwork! With a delightfully drawn piece of art for each […]
To all our friends, volunteers and supporters. Looking forward to 2024!
Come and join Bondy “Mr Versatile” (Colin Bond OAM) chatting with Peter “Robbo” Robinson upstairs in the Hinxman Room at Sydney Motosport Park on 23 June 2023. Colin’s unequalled success […]
There has been some comment in our Australian media in support of the recently released National Road Safety Strategy or NRSS (www.roadsafety.gov.au/nrss) published in December 2021 after consultations between our several Infrastructure and Transport Ministers.
I recall going to early versions of the iconic Council of Motor Clubs display day when it was at much-loved Warwick Farm. As I recall it was mainly pre-war and […]
The Australian Racing Drivers Club has just celebrated seventy years of life and love of motorsport. Fittingly it hosted a superb ‘birthday’ race meeting at Sydney Motorsport Park on the […]
A team of six 17-year-old students from Trinity Grammar School, Kew, Victoria, lifted the Aramco F1 in Schools World Champions trophy at Silverstone as the global STEM initiative held its 17th World Finals.
Max Stahl, most probably Australia’s first professional motor racing journalist, has died at the age of 87. Max is best remembered for his time as editor and later owner of Racing Car News, the bible of the sport during the magazine’s glory years of the 1960s to 1980s.
Our first AMHF Ambassador, Paul Barratt AO, has passed away at age 77 in a nursing home in Armidale NSW. ABC News marked his life …