TARMAC RALLYING: “RACING” A LEXUS GS F
The Redline, March 2019

Tarmac Rallying: “Racing” a Lexus GS F

Reeves heads Mt Baw Baw Sprint entry
Rally Sport Magazine, February 2019

Reeves heads Mt Baw Baw Sprint entry

AASA Australian Tarmac Rally Champions crowned
Rally Sport Magazine, October 2018

AASA Australian Tarmac Rally Champions crowned

Meet in the sandwich
Wheels Magazine. February 2018
When Cameron Kirby bought Wheels’ Kia Picanto to our Treasure Hunt Drive in November 2017 we enjoyed every minute of the friendly banter and car swap opportunities.

 

Driving Against Depression
motoring.com.au
With our next event scheduled for 18th November 2017, motoring.com.au graciously described what to expect and gave insights from legendary Aussie motorsport engineer and Gibson Motorsport team manager Alan Heaphy, who attended our July drive day.
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Australian Tarmac Rally Championship with Drive Against Depression
carsales.com.au, March 2019

Drive Against Depression

https://www.carsales.com.au/editorial/details/feature-australian-tarmac-rally-championship-with-drive-against-depression-117334/

DRIVE AGAINST DEPRESSION RUNNING FOUR TARMAC RALLIES FOR 2019
Caradvice.com, February 2019

https://www.caradvice.com.au/723323/drive-against-depression-running-four-tarmac-rallies-for-2019/

Are track days a thing of the past? Doing a tarmac rally in the Hyundai i30 N
caradvice.com, November 2018

https://www.caradvice.com.au/723323/drive-against-depression-running-four-tarmac-rallies-for-2019/

Car Friends
Driven Women Magazine

“In a scene from the original Fast & Furious movie the character Jesse says “there is something about engines that calms me down”. Although this was only a movie, I have heard similar statements made in real life as well.

Like one in five Australian’s, I’ve suffered from a mental illness. Anxiety was something I lived with on a daily basis in my 20’s, but thankfully now it only occasionally rears its ugly head. Cars are one of the things that helped me through this over the years.

For me, driving my car or even just sitting in my car has a calming effect when I’m feeling down or tense. My children know when I’m getting overwhelmed, when I say ‘Mum’s going to sit in the car’. Of course I can’t leave the house, but those five minutes or so of silence sitting in the car, smelling it, touching it, are enough to help me carry on with my day.

Of course when I go for a long drive, either with the children or by myself, I feel a release like a weight being lifted off my shoulders. I know I’m not the only person who feels like this about cars.”

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Group Therapy
MOTOR Magazine. June 2017

We’re proud and excited to included in the following piece for MOTOR Magazine as written by Scott Newman, one of our Drive Against Depression participants.

 

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