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Winton, Australia's Longtime Place On Supercars Calendar In Doubt

Published in SportsBusiness Daily Global on 08 / 23 / 16

Victorian motorsport "faces losing one of its longstanding events with Winton’s place on the Supercars calendar for 2017 and beyond in doubt," according to Rebecca Williams of the HERALD SUN. The deadline "is looming" for Supercars to finalize its championship fixture for next year and th...

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