An image.
Australia's leading
racing media portal
Part of the Deadline Network
Racedeadline

Want more than just email notifications?

Wednesday, 20 July 2016 11:46 AM
We've noticed many journalists now use social media as another tool for news gathering, so we've set up a Facebook page and Twitter account to make it even easier to access the Deadline Network.
Whenever we post a new media release we will post the link on both Facebook and Twitter in addition to our regular email notifications.
Each site in The Deadline Network, Autodeadline, Bikedeadline and Racedeadline will have their own Facebook page and Twitter feed.

To like us on Facebook go to http://fb.com/autodeadline, http://fb.com/bikedeadline, http://fb.com/racedeadline

For twitter fans, @Autodeadline, @Bikedeadline, @Racedeadline2

You will still need media access to view embargoed material or download images and video.

TWITTER

BRANDS

VIDEOS

Jaguar today takes the wraps off its new electric motorsport future, revealing its Formula E team's official name, vision, title sponsor, driver line-up and electric racing livery...
Jaguar today takes the wraps off its new electric motorsport future, revealing its Formula E team's official name, vision, title sponsor, driver line-up and electric racing livery. From this October, Panasonic Jaguar Racing will compete in the third FIA Formula E season with the first all-electric Jaguar racing car in history: the I-TYPE 1. At the launch event at the Jaguar Collections Centre, the new I-TYPE 1 made a dramatic debut driven by the team's official reserve driver Ho-Pin Tung and outlining the brands commitment to 'Race To Innovate' – a mission to change the perception of electric vehicles, to develop new electric technology and to inspire future generations.
MP4
166 MB
Download Add to Basket
MOV
17 MB
Download Add to Basket
WMV
25 MB
Download Add to Basket
WEBM
6 MB
Download Add to Basket
MOV
40 MB
Download Add to Basket
MP4
9 MB
Download Add to Basket

PHOTOS

Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC
Hyundai Motorsport has today unveiled its Hyundai i20 Coupe WRC, a brand new car with which the team will compete in the 2017 FIA World Rally Championship (WRC).
JPG
1.7MB
4000 x 2666
Download Add to Basket