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South Gippsland local, Tony Auddino has made his way into the racing industry, he has always had an interest in motorsports from a young age and a passion for racing.
From racing in the super six touring cars/saloon cars for 7 years and V8 Utes, Tony has stepped up in to the Super3 series.
Velocity Magazines online editor Darin Mandy has been photographing for Auddino Racing for a couple of years, and this year was on hand at the Mt Panorama 500 for the team, he’s supplied images you can see in the gallery below, plus had a Question and Answers session with tony.
VM: Tell us a bit about Auddino Racing, what have you raced in the past, where would you like to go in the future. Who is the team?
AR: Auddino Racing is a Small family ran team, we started out Racing saloon cars, before taking the step up to V8 ute series once the ute series finished up, we looked for the next challenge and that was Super3.
VM: What’s the history of the Super3 Supercar you are currently running?
AR: My car was the last car that was ordered by Mark Larkham prior to him selling up, shell was purchased by Matt white and built by his team Chassis MWM01 or BA1905.
VM: If you had to pick a favourite Australian Circuit what would you choose and why?
AR: As much as Bathurst is an iconic and amazing track, having Phillip island in my back yard and only 45 minutes from my house, the buzz you get every time you rock up there, it gives me goose bumps.
VM: Do you work on your own car or have a team to do that?
AR: As I’m a FIFO worker, working on the car is hard task, I need to balance family time and race prep when I’m home, as a small family team we do a majority of the prep our self with some support TR with our sub assemble repairs.
VM: If you could choose a co-driver to race an endurance Supercars race who would you choose?
AR: Has to be Larko. (Mark Larkham)
VM: How hard is it for a privateer to get on the grid? What’s the biggest hurdle.
AR: Racing against budgets, you can never beat someone when their round budget is almost my yearly budget.
VM: If you could race overseas which track would most excite you?
AR: I’d love to race around Spa.
VM: Thank your sponsors, who are they, list them all here:
#Crusher Parts International
#Auddino First National
#Korumburra Autobody Repairs
#Yarra Valley Sheds
#Zurma Building Group
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