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  • Snake Racing 4:16 am on 01/09/2011 Permalink
    Tags: , , 4WD Extreme Show, , Extreme Skills, Kamikazi 4WD Club, , , , , , , Sydney,   

    4WD & Adventure Show 2011 Sydney 

    Krystal Harden from Snake Racing at 4WD Adventure Show Sydney LED light display

    4WD Extreme Show, LED Light Bars…. It’s 4WD Adventure HEAVEN!!

    Not just another camping and touring show, The 4WD & Adventure Show is off road heaven for the 4×4 and outdoors lifestyle fans. Showcasing everything from vehicle modifications to camping equipment and even a fishing demonstration there wasn’t much you couldn’t find at Sydney Dragway this weekend (August 26, 27, 28th). Snake Racing proudly sponsored the 4WD Extreme Skills Show and displayed the new range of Rigid Industries LED light bars.

    Snake Racing & Krystal Harden in Polaris RZR at 4WD & Adventure Show Sydney

    What was on offer?

    Over three days, 125 4×4 exhibitors, car clubs and services met over 30,000 Sydney and regional NSW adventure fans to discuss everything off road. Patrons could wander through the isles, learning about vehicle modifications, gear up with some specially priced camping equipment or find out about 4WD club life. After viewing all of the stalls and joining your local 4WD club for the next camping trip or social drive, one of the most popular attractions was the 4WD Test Track. A 4×4 track designed to give Sydney-siders a taste for real world off roading, the Test Track combined dirt, rock and water crossings with steep hill climbs and descents. Guided tours allowed riders to ask questions and get valuable advice for when they hit the dirt track.

    Snake Racing and Nissan Patrol Club at 4WD Show

    Major highlights of the show included the many live presentations. Feel like something different whilst out on the track. No worries, Jo Clews cooked up a storm with her camp oven cooking demonstration. Want to catch a big one? Bushy and Hodgie were spilling all the secrets to fish-whispering in hourly live shows and demonstrations. Want a real adrenalin rush? The Snake Racing 4×4 Arena was the place to be. 25 minuets of heart pumping 4WD Extreme motor sport action 3 times daily had both kids and adults wide eyed with amazement.

    4WD Extreme Show in the Snake Racing Extreme Skills Arena

    Krystal Harden from Snake Racing teamed up with the Kamikazi 4WD Club to bring off road motor sport and extreme skills to and enthouastic Sydney audience. Shows held daily at 11, 1 and 3pm attracted large crowds to share some valuable recovery and extreme 4×4 driving knowledge. Kicking off with a vehicle recovery display and a few prizes the show informed viewers about extreme vehicle modifications, off road motor sport events and how to get involved through your local club. Presented over a back drop of roaring V8’s, fully flexed suspension and climbing giant tyres, the 4WD Extreme Show, showed there is a whole lot more you can do with your 4×4!

    Kamikazi 4x4 Club at Extreme Skills 4WD Show

    Saw the Rigid Industries LED Light Bar display and want to know more? Click Here!

    Check out the photos and videos from the weekend by clicking here!

    Want to join a 4WD Club? Find you local 4WD Club by clicking here!

    Article by Krystal Harden

  • Snake Racing 6:59 am on 27/07/2011 Permalink
    Tags: , , , Eastern Creek Dragway, Sydney   

    4WD & Adventure Show – Sydney Dragway 

    Come say G-Day at the Sydney 4WD Show!

    The Snake Racing Team will be displaying at the Sydney 4WD Adventure Show this August! Come and check out our product display, chat about your 4WD vehicle needs and get a picture with the Snake Racing Polaris “Poly”.

    Look for Exhibit D13!

    For more information about the 3 day show visit, http://sydney.4wdshow.com.au/index.phtml

    Location: Sydney Dragway, Eastern Creek

    Date: 26-27-28 August 2011

    Times: 9am-5pm Daily

    Link out: Click here

  • Snake Racing 5:22 am on 06/04/2011 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , Camping, Cockfighter Creek Tavern, Family, Ferals, , Hunter Valley, , , , , , , , Sydney, , , , , ,   

    Tough Dog Tuff Truck Planning Guide 

    Mad Fab roll over on Tuff Truck Jaw Breaker Stage

    Before you join us at the Tough Dog Tuff Truck Challenge take a moment to think about your trip

    So you’ve herd about the excitement, drama and spectical that is the Tough Dog Tuff Truck challenge and finally decided to experience the action first hand. Congratulations!! The Tough Dog Tuff Truck is Australia’s premier extreme rock crawling competition and you won’t be disappointed.

    The team at Snake Racing have been proud sponsors of Tuff Truck since 2008 and we’ve learned a thing or two about the event. From pre-trip planning to getting home, here is our top tips for getting the most out of your event experience.

    1) Where the Bloody Hell is it!!??

    Plan your journey ahead of time. The Tuff Truck Challenge is held on private property in Milbrodale, NSW. You want to set your GPS to take you to WELSH RD, Milbrodale NSW 2330. Generally you will be travelling from the South (Sydney or Sydney Airport) or from the North (Newcastle or Singleton area).  Here is directions for both South and Northern NSW travellers.

    Sydney to Tuff Truck Challenge

    Option 1) Pacific Highway

    1. Cross the Harbour Bridge and proceed along Pacific Highway north to the National 1 (F3) freeway at Wahroonga
    2. Travel north along National 1 (F3) freeway towards Newcastle (approximately 1 hour)
    3. Turn off the National 1 (F3) freeway at Cessnock/Kurri Kurri exit and proceed to Cessnock
    4. As you enter Cessnock along Aberdare Road, turn right at the first set of traffic lights onto Vincent Street (following the directional signs to Branxton)
    5. Proceed to the end of Vincent Street. Turn left at traffic lights onto Wollombi Road (following the directional signs to Branxton) and then first right at the traffic lights onto Allandale Road, passing swimming pool on the left and McDonalds Restaurant on the right. Proceed along Allandale Road. 5 km out of Cessnock and you will pass the Cessnock Airport on the left-hand side.
    6. Turn left 500 metres past Airport into Broke Road
    7. Follow Broke Road for approximately 3 km to the t-intersection
    8. Turn left at the t-intersection onto McDonalds Road
    9. Turn right on to Broke Road and continue along until you reach another “T”
    10. Turn right on to Wollombi St, on your right hand side is the Broke General Store and your left the Broke Fire Service
    11. Turn left onto Milbrodale Rd and you’re nearly there. Follow the road until you get to the Tuff Truck Challenge. You will turn left into Welsh’s Rd just before Putty Rd.

    Option 2) Putty Road

    This is the best route for locals but it requires extreme caution whilst driving through the ranges. Slow down and be safe!!

    1. Sydney is a BIG place so from where ever suburb you are travelling from, head to Wilberforce.
    2. Head north-west on Singleton Rd (approx 10.4km)
    3. Continue onto Putty Rd (approx 26.4km)
    4. Continue north on Putty Rd through Colo Heights. This is your only opportunity for petrol for the next 100km (approx 104km)
    5. Turn Right at Milbrodale Rd (approx 130m)

    141km, estimated 1hr 58 mins

    Newcastle to Tuff Truck Challenge

    From the north head to Singleton on the New England Hwy. If you are traveling down the New England Highway, then it is the next major town after Muswellbrook. If you are traveling down the Pacific Hwy, then veer off to the right as you cross over the Hunter River and head through Maitland.

    1. As you come into Singleton, look out for the sign to Windsor
    2. This will take you onto the Putty Road. Drive 6.6 km along the Putty Road and watch out for Paynes Crossing Rd on the left to Broke
    3. As you come into Broke Milbrodale Rd is on the right (over a single lane wooden bridge)
    4. Travel west for 12.7 km. You will see signs into the entrance on Walsh’s Road

    Don’t worry, come the start of the event you won’t get lost as there is plenty of signage guiding you to the correct property gate.

    On the way home take it easy. Tuff Truck is exhausting, so plan your drive back to Sydney or Newcastle in stages. Especially if your not used to driving long distances. If you have the time plan to stop overnight in one of the many quaint and comfortable country NSW towns.

    2) Your going to need more than your Toothbrush…..

    Our top 5 items we bring are:

    5. Camping gear! You can access well maintained showers, toilets and buy quality food on site. But you can’t pre-purchase a swag or tent.
    Also, If your going to cook your own food, your going to need more than just matches. Check with event organisers if there is a fire ban in place.

    4. Wet Weather gear! Milbrodale has been known for some hot days and rainy nights, avoid the wet underwear and take a rain coat.

    3. Water! Dehydration leads to headaches, nausea and makes you an irritable, pain in the bum for your friends. Avoid never being invited to attend again and ensure you drink plenty of water.  You can purchase bottled water on site if you forget but the more economical option is to take your own.

    2. Camping Chair! It sucks sitting on the ground. Take a chair, esky or milk crate.

    1. Drinks, but leave the glass bottles at home! There is nothing better than a few drinks with your friends to celebrate an entertaining drive, just remember to act responsible and pace your self.

    3) Sleep tight or Party all night?

    Where you choose to sleep will make a big difference to your weekend. There is a reason they have 2 separate camping areas and if you’ve ever camped with the Ferals, you will know why! “So what am I” you ask? Pick which statements best describe what your expecting from your Tuff Truck weekend.


    • I want to PARTY with my mates past 10pm

    – I want to play my music loud and proud.

    • I don’t mind loud noise coming from campsites around me


    • I am taking my family (wife, children)
    • I won’t be making any noise after 10pm that will wake up other campers.
    • I want to go to bed early and wake up early so I don’t miss any of the action.
    • I don’t like loud music

    4) Don’t worry if you forget your camera!

    Thanks to the Snake Racing Media Team we will be all over the event taking photos, video and handing out goodies.

    If you have forgotten you camer you can tag yourself online in our Snake Racing Facebook Page, re-live your favourite moments by watching videos on our Snake Racing YouTube Channel and check out event coverage, articles, advice and galleries in our Snake Racing Website!

    5) Happy Wife Happy Life!

    Our final message is to remember who you are going with. If your taking your family, they won’t be too impressed if you ditch them on Friday night and then expect a ride back home on Sunday afternoon.

    Here are a few optional extras that will keep everyone happy;

    • visiting some of the award-winning Hunter Valley vineyards along the way (or after ;)),
    • a wholesome meal at the Cockfighter Creek Tavern,
    • a Tuff Truck helicopter ride,
    • face painting for the kids, and a
    • remote control rock crawling course.

    Snake Racing has some fun, surprise goodies for the kids and great show-only specials that you will find by heading to our merchandise tent in traders alley.

    Think about what you all need for a good weekend and enjoy the atmosphere!

    Story by Krystal Harden

  • Snake Racing 9:51 am on 16/03/2011 Permalink |
    Tags: , Children’s Hospital, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Sydney, , , , ,   

    WorldRiderZ Successful Sydney to Paris Ride 

    WorldRiderz in France showing Rigid Industries LED Light bars

    One in every seven Australians is affected by chronic kidney disease (CKD).

    Kidney disease is not biased by age or gender and with one in 3 Australians at risk of developing kidney disease, it is quickly becoming the silent killer in modern society.

    WorldRiderz KTM Adventure 900 Tiger motorcycle with Rigid Industries LED light bars

    Snake Racing is proud to support the WorldRiderZ Foundation with their mission to increase awareness of chronic kidney disease and establish a global renal & urological network. The WorldRiderZ Foundation’s goal is to connect health professionals in major hospitals with remote, developing and impoverished regions so that medical advancements can be shared across the globe.

    Stephane and Paul of the WorldRiderZ Foundation rode from Sydney to Paris in support for chronic kidney disease. Pushing the tiger inspired KTM Adventure 900’s through 9 countries, with the Discovery Channel capturing all the highs and lows as they succeeded in generating support and funding for the global renal network.

    WorldRiderz riding in France showing Rigid Industries LED Light Bars

    Krystal Harden from the Snake Racing team caught up with Stephane Etienne after he returned from Paris for an update on his epic journey and how the Rigid Industries LED Light Bars performed.

    Krystal: Congratulations Stephane on your successful ride to France. Going by your blog it looks like it was quite the trip of a lifetime.
    Stephane: The journey exceeded all hopes and expectations. As you say, it was a trip of a life time that wen’t fantastic. We had some challenges, dramas, fun, met many influential personalities including the Dalai Lama, Prince Abdulaziz of Saudi Arabia and many more.

    Krystal: Snake Racing donated the lighting on both KTM Adventure 900’s. I have a couple of questions on the Rigid Industies LED Bars and how you found them.

    Krystal: Why did you choose the Rigid Industries LED Bar over other lighting types.
    Stephane: The Rigid Industries LED Bar are fully rugged and waterproof. Being on such a long journey across various challenging terrains, I needed to have a 100% reliability on my lights, particularly in sandy areas at night. Those Rigid Industries LED haven’t let me done once!

    WorldRiderz in Saudi Arabian Desert with Rigid Industries LED light bars.

    Krystal: You have mounted a 6 inch Amber LED Bar and two 4″ Dually LED lights to the front of both the KTM 900 motorcycles. How did you find their performance through out your journey?
    Stephane: The 6” Amber Bar and Dually light combination that Snake Racing has given us has worked out beautifully. The Amber LED was mostly used in dirty/dusty terrains, giving us a much clearer vision – and the Dually LED were mostly used at night in the country sides where roads have no public light. They are very powerful, bright and work under all temperature variations.

    Krystal: Travelling from Australia to Malyasia, through India, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Libya and Italy whilst on your way to France is quite an Extraordinary trip! Did the Rigid Industries LED light bars offer you any riding advantages?
    Stephane: The Rigid Industries lighting gave us a total piece of mind. When you are travelling on 2-wheels you want to make sure other vehicles from various countries see you well. I felt a lot more safe keeping my lights switched on at all times to prevent oncoming traffic in rural areas and to give me a better vision in remote places.

    WorldRiderz KTM Adventure 900's parked in Malaysia showing Rigid Industiries LED light bars

    Krystal: Have you had much feed back from your friends, co-workers, travellers about the Rigid Industries LED light bars mounted on your bikes?
    Stephane: It’s been very interesting to see the reaction from the crowd looking at our KTM’s in each country. Lots of riders were asking where could they get a set of those great looking lights that works?

    Krystal: Would you recommend the Rigid Industries LED light bars to others?
    Stephane: 100% satisfied! They light up your path, are reliable and no maintenance, what more would you want?

    Krystal: How much funding have you raised so far? WorldRiderz pose with KTM Adventure 900's at a hospital in Malaysia Stephane: I will have final figure end of June ’11 – then the figure will be public, that way we don’t announce different numbers.

    Krystal: How many hospitals are now on board as part of the Global Renal Network?
    Stephane: All hospitals from the 9 countries visited in this journey. Australia – Malaysia – India – Saudi Arabia – Egypt – Libya – Tunisia – Italy – France

    Krystal: What was your trip highlight?
    Stephane: When we travelled to Dharamsala to meet with his holiness the Dalai Lama.

    WorldRiders Stephane and Paul meet talking to the Dalai Lama

    Krystal: Did you come across any unexpected challenges and how did you overcome them?
    Stephane: My bike got stolen in Tripoli in Libya! That day was definitely the most challenging on the road. An amazing support and help from Tom Yates (Australian Consul in Libya) helped us recover the bike.

    Krystal: When can we watch your story on the Discovery channel?
    Stephane: In July ’11 we have to hand over all 6 episodes to Discovery Networks which will then decide of date of broadcasting. That should happen around August/September ’11.

    For more information about Stephane and his mission to raise awareness and funds for Chronic Kidney Disease visit http://www.worldriderz.com/

    WorldRiderz Stephane meeting his family in France after the long journy


    Story by Krystal Harden

  • Snake Racing 8:08 am on 29/08/2010 Permalink
    Tags: , , , 4×4 Masters, 4×4 MAsters Round 4, Australian 4×4 Masters Series, , , , , , , , , , , On All 4′s, , , , , , , Sydney, , ,   

    4×4 Masters Photo Gallery – Round 4 2010 

    Polaris RZRs and Snake Racing winners cheque at 4x4 Masters

    Snake Racing is a proud sponsor of the 2010 Australian 4×4 Masters Series!

    4×4 Masters is held on a custom built 4WD track at Eastern Creek International Raceway in Sydney. Here is some shots from Round 4!


  • Snake Racing 8:08 am on 29/08/2010 Permalink
    Tags: , , , , 4x4 MAsters Round 4, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Sydney, , ,   

    Australian 4×4 Masters Series – Round 4 2010 

    by Krystal Harden

    Krystal from Snake Racing and Phil hold the 4x4 Masters winners cheque in front of Polaris RZRs

    Snake Racing is proud to support Australian motorsport and the new Australian 4×4 Masters Series by donating CASH Prize Money to the top placing teams!

    Nine eager clubs lined pit lane at a crisp 6am for scrutineering at the Australian 4×4 Masters Series. Ready to rock crawl, Round 4 was serious business with Snake Racing offering $800 cash prize money to the top placing team.  With little repairs to be made the teams were busy finalising checks and having their vehicles stickered by the Snake team.

    6 freshly re-constructed courses kept the competition guessing as each turn, dip and rise was a new challenge for drivers. Wheels rolling at 9am teams flew to their starting gates and engaged low range in their quest for club bragging rights and cash prize money.

    Snake Racing Toyota HiLux on track at 4x4 Masters Series, Eastern Creek International Raceway

    The day’s top performers produced clean, controlled drives. Conquering the courses like they were flat terrain it came down to the very last course, Telegraph Road, to separate the podium placers. Adding a few extra revs to overcome the final obstacle, John Robertson and Shaun Clancy from the Toyota Landcruiser Club drove to victory. Becoming the Round 4 1st place winners and taking home the $800 Snake Racing cash prize money.

    Second place was achieved by a very bubbly Paul Pisani and Mark Bonello of the Suzuki 4WD Club. Winning $500 in prize money the hardest part of accepting their win was organizing who to make the payment to!

    The final place on the rock crawling podium was driven to by Denny Danis and Chales Anastasio of the Bong Bong Club. In their colorful comp trucks, their racing experience won them the $300, 3rd place prize money.

    4x4 Masters Series at Eastern Creek International RacewayRound 4 of the Masters was great day for competitors regardless of their placing. Each team is improving their driving skill on this terrain and having a ball. With only 12 points separating first and second position competition is tight! And these drivers know that anything can happen and change the score board completely!  With more Spectator prize give aways, amazing moto-aerobatics from the Australian Trials Bikes and more Snake Racing sponsored cash prize money up for grabs, the October 24th Finals is set to be another hot ticket on the NSW club competition calendar.

    Congratulations to all competitors, clubs, officials and volenteers that participated in Round 4. We look forward to seeing you at the Finals!


    Position Club Points
    1 TLCC 545
    2 Suzuki 533
    3 Bong Bong 507
    4 On all 4s 497
    5 OffRoad 455
    6 Suzuki 2 447
    7 BBM 438
    8 Blue Mountains 435
    9 Nepean 403

    Bent up and Broken!

    Rock Crawling can put your vehicle in some serious angles and requires a high level skill to know how far you can put your truck. Add on the pressure of competition and can end up on the wrong side of the track. Here is the damage report for each of the 4WD clubs that competed in this round!

    Off Road Club

    Dihatsu Rocky ges Air on track at Australian 4x4 Masters Series, Eastern Creek International RacewayGlenn in his Toyota HiLux rolled at 4x4 Masters Series, Eastern Creek International Raceway

    Glen Buttigieg from Off Road Club misjudged his approach angles on the Rock It course (1) and rolled his hilux onto the passenger’s side.  Suffering some nasty panel damage to the passengers front guard Glen’s hilux was recovered and sent back to the pits to prepare for the next course.

    James Segerstrom couldn’t control his right foot and tipped his red Rocky to the side whilst taking on the log obstacles of Telegraph Road course. Only panel damage this time but James, it’s called Crawling for a reason.

    BBM Club

    Michael Chote's Toyota Landcruiser on track at 4x4 Masters SeriesTony Woods HJ 45 on side at Australian 4x4 Masters, Eastern Creek International Raceway

    Michael Chote suffered a tyre roll off the rim by turning too sharply on course 1. A quick recovery and re-seating the wheel and rim, Michael’s Tuf 45 series cruiser was ready to keep playing.

    Tony Woods fell victum to the holes on the Telegraph Road course.  Forcing the HJ 45 Ute to rest a while until it was recovered. Luckily Tony got away with only minor cosmetic damage.

    Nepean Club

    Paul Harris Toyota Bundera on track at Snake Racing sponsored 4x4 Masters Series R4It was a rough day for Paul Harris in the big bad Bundera.  Pre-weakened by competition and Tuff Truck style pit repairs, the bundys front lower control arms couldn’t cope with the course stress. Staring at the Rock It course finish line the bundera suffered badly bent control arms, limiting the upwards travel and rolling the axel.  Not to worry, since the event Paul Harris has installed new arms and is ready to hit the courses once again.

    Suzuki 4WD Club

    Tylor Veller and Suzuki Sierra in pits at Snake Racing sponsored 4x4 Masters Series

    Tylor Veller’s driving is constantly improving. As the youngest competitor the Suzukie 4WD Club has some of the best 4WD competition mentors in the Australian racing scene. Tylor’s blue shorty Sierra suffered some damage on the Rock it and Concrete Jungle courses. A bent a steering arm, snapped shock mounts and a damaged his exhaust has only encouraged him to practice his throttle control.

    Jerome Beetson’s competition experience and patients saved his Sierra Ute from any damage.

    On All Fours Club

    Snowy's Toyota Landcruiser 40 Series rolled at 4x4 Masters Series, Eastern Creek International RacewaySnowy Girling and Paul Monssieur had a clean competition run for Round 4. Snowy’s purple 40 Series ute recieved some minor cosmetic damage as a result of a lay down on the logged on course. A quick self recovery with assistance from Paul saw the team cross the finish line and achieve 75 points.

    Blue Mountains Club Michael's Nissan GQ Wagon in the 4x4 Masters pits

    Michael Weinert suffered the most damage this round. Not only exhausting his power steering pump on the Logged On course Michael also survived a serious roll over on the Telegraph Road course. His Nissan, GQ Wagon rolled down hill after being forced into an awkward angle that he could not recover from. The final damage was skewed roof, broken windscreen and lots of panel damage.

    Toyota Landcruiser Club in HiLux on track at Australian 4x4 Masters SeriesToyota Landcruiser Club

    Both John Robertson and Shaun Clancy nicked a large stump on the Gone Loopy course resulting in minor cosmetic damage to each Hilux.

    Bong Bong Club Bong Bong Club on track at 4x4 Masters Series sponsored by Snake Racing

    No Damage!! 🙂

    For more pictures check out the Australian 4×4 Masters Photo Gallery by clicking here!

  • Snake Racing 12:08 pm on 24/07/2010 Permalink
    Tags: , Children's Hospital, , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , Sydney, , , , ,   

    WorldRiderz Foundation Official Departure 

    WorldRiderz KTM 900's showing Rigid LED Light bars as they depart Sydney Children's Hospital

    Snake Racing attended the WorldRiderz official Sydney to Paris departure to share in the excitement, passion and commitment to raising awareness and research funding for the Chronic Kidney Disease Global Renal Network. The icy breeze of a Sydney winter morning failed to dampen the spirits of the many sponsors, media teams and well wishers of the WorldRiderz as they arrived to show their support.

    WorldRiderz Departure Rigid Industries light bars

    The riders, Stephane Etienne and Paul Torriero were kept busy giving interviews and posing for photographs during the lead up to their 9am departure. John Hanson performed a beautiful acoustic version of the foundation’s theme song “Destiny’s Road” in the hospital foyer. After an emotional thank-you to the WorldRiderz sponsors, familyies and supporters Stephane and Paul fired up the KTM’s and hit the bitumen.

    Followed by a film crew to capture the journey as the WorldRiderz connect hospitals from across the world into the Global Renal Network. You will be able to follow this journey and watch all the highs and lows on the Discovery Channel in 2011.

    Snake Racing is a proud sponsor of the WorldRiderz Foundation and has donated 2 Rigid Industries LED Duallys and Amber 6″ LED light bars for both KTM Adventure 900 motorcycles. These will prove to be a crucial piece of equipment when they get out on the road!

    Here are some of the photos the Snake Racing Team snapped during the morning. Safe travelling Stephane and Paul!


    WorldRiderz departure Rigid Industries 6" LED bar

    To find out more about the Worldriderz Foundation visit http://www.worldriderz.com/

    To find out more about Snake Racing and the Rigid Industries LED Light Bars click HERE!

    Story by Krystal Harden

  • Snake Racing 8:08 am on 27/06/2010 Permalink
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    4×4 Masters Photo Gallery – Round 3, 2010 

    Polaris RZRs and Krystal from Snake Racing at Australian 4x4 Masters Series

    Snake Racing is a proud sponsor of the 2010 series of the Australian 4×4 Masters!

    4×4 Masters is held on a custom built 4WD track at Eastern Creek International Raceway in Sydney. Here is some shots from Round 3!

    4x4 Masters sponsored by Snake Racing banner


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