We talk with Tony Quinn after his victorious Australian GT weekend



Tony Quinn fights for the lead off the start of the first race

Tony Quinn has been a sportscar mainstay in Australia for the best part of a decade.  After making his money in business, the former teen Formula Ford racer returned to the track.  Recently he took over ownership of the Australian GT Championship.  At Queensland Raceway, he found his form, taking a win in the night race and podiums in the Sunday races.  He looked on for a win in race three but just one and half laps from home, his Aston Martin came to a halt.  After resetting the computer, he was able to get going again but the win was lost.

Throughout the weekend he battled with drivers like Greg Murphy, John Bowe and Klark Quinn.  He showed true pace in his Aston Martin and surprised many with his results.  We were able to catch up with Tony to discuss his weekend’s work.

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Quinn celebrates on the podium with son, Klark and Greg Murphy

See more coverage from our Shannons Nationals weekend at Queensland Raceway

Preview with Nathan Assaillit

Interview with Australian GT driver, Klark Quinn

Interview with F3 Driver, Ben Gersekowski

Interview with Greg Murphy

Interview with Pedders Motorsport drivers

Interview with F3’s Jon Collins

A hotlap experience

Our Australian GT photo gallery

Our Kumho Tyres V8 Touring Car photo gallery

Sports Sedan photo gallery

Our Porsche GT3 Cup Challenge photo gallery

Our Formula 3 photo gallery

Our AM Champs photo gallery

By Sam Tickell, August 2013

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The Aston Martin rounds turn 3