Cody McKay racing at a national level for the first time in Aussie Racing Cars

Cody McKay racing at a national level for the first time in Aussie Racing Cars

Cody McKay racing at a national level for the first time in Aussie Racing Cars

What’s it like making your national-level motorsport debut at your home event on one of the toughest street circuits in Australia? Well, that’s exactly what we talk to Cody McKay about.

In this episode of The InSyde Line, Rhys Vandersyde talks to Aussie Racing Car driver Cody McKay about making his national-level motorsport debut at Newcastle.

We look at the process the Cody took to be able to step up and race on the Supercars support card at what was his home event and what he’s continuing to do to continue to race at a national level.

Cody McKay in Newcastle

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The key takeaways from this episode, Cody shares:

  • Why he decided to race Aussie Racing Cars
  • What it took to get on the grid in Newcastle
  • As well as some of the lessons he learnt during the process

Find out more about Cody either on his website or on his social media, Facebook and Instagram.

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Lachlan Gibbons on winning the Toyota 86 Series Kaizen Award and filming the Toyota Racing documentary in Japan

Lachlan Gibbons on winning the Toyota 86 Series Kaizen Award and filming the Toyota Racing documentary in Japan

Lachlan Gibbons on winning the Toyota 86 Series Kaizen Award and filming the Toyota Racing documentary in Japan

Lachlan Gibbons makes his second appearance on The InSyde Line, this time talking about winning the Toyota 86 Series’s Kaizen Award and his prize of taking part in the Toyota Gazoo Racing Festival at Fuji Raceway in Japan.

In this episode of The InSyde Line, Rhys Vandersyde talks to Lachlan Gibbons about winning the Kaizen Award at the final round at Newcastle, as well as the experience of going to Japan to not only race as part of the Toyota Gazoo Racing Festival at the iconic Japanese circuit but also the behind the scenes of filming the Toyota Gazoo Racing documentary.

To listen to Lachlan’s back story and his personal ambitions for his motorsport career, listen to episode six of The InSyde Line.

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The key takeaways from this episode, Lachlan shares:

  • Winning the Toyota 86 Series Kaizen Award
  • His experience going to Japan for the first time and filming the Toyota Gazoo Racing documentary
  • What it was like racing at Fuji International Speedway

Find out more about Lachlan on his social media, Facebook and Instagram.

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Oli Myers on driver coaching to be both physically and mentally prepared for motorsport

Oli Myers on driver coaching to be both physically and mentally prepared for motorsport

Oli Myers on driver coaching to be both physically and mentally prepared for motorsport

Oli Myers (EurOz Driver Performance) draws upon his international experience to give us his unique insight into driver coaching to be physically and mentally prepared for motorsport.

In this episode of The InSyde Line, Rhys Vandersyde talks to Driver Coach, Oli Myers about his facility at EurOz Driver Performance in the heart of Sydney Motorsport Park. We also discuss the physical and mental preparation to be in the best position on the race track.

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The key takeaways from this episode, Oli shares:

  • His experience racing in the UK and Europe
  • Utilising the simulator and other tools to prepare to take to the track
  • Understanding how different individual drivers can work to there own strengths
  • Making the transition from karting to cars.

Find out more about Oli on the EurOz website – eurozperformance.com.au or on Facebook and Instagram.

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Leigh Stamation on understanding both the engineering and human performance elements of motorsport

Leigh Stamation on understanding both the engineering and human performance elements of motorsport

Leigh Stamation on understanding both the engineering and human performance elements of motorsport

Leigh Stamation (Reaction Performance) gives his unique insight into both the engineering and human performance elements of motorsport.

In this episode of The InSyde Line, Rhys Vandersyde talks to Motorsport Fitness Consultant, Race Engineer and Driver Coach, Leigh Stamation about understanding both the engineering and the human sides with his work with Melbourne Performance Center and Seider Racing Team. We also delve into Leigh’s own journey into motorsport and working as an engineer at Holden.

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The key takeaways from this episode, Leigh shares:

  • His time working as an Engineer at Holden/GM
  • Making the switch over to fitness and combining the two passions
  • Working on both mechanical and human elements to extract the results on the race track
  • Getting drivers into a positive mindset

Find out more about Leigh on his website – reactionperformance.com or on Facebook and Instagram.

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Scott Yorston on designing a winning Supercars livery

Scott Yorston on designing a winning Supercars livery

Scott Yorston on designing a winning Supercars livery

Scott Yorston (SSMedia) gives his unique insight into what goes on behind the scenes before you get to see the livery on a Supercar, or any other race car for that matter.

In this episode of The InSyde Line, Rhys Vandersyde talks to Supercars livery designer Scott about designing winning liveries for DJR Team Penske and Erebus Motorsport, including the KISS/Penrite livery for the Newcastle 500. As well Scott’s own motorsport journey and forging a career in motorsport.

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The key takeaways from this episode, Scott shares:

  • Bringing together the KISS/Penrite livery concept for Erebus Motorsport
  • Taking a motorsport livery design from concept to reality
  • Following his passion to forge a career in motorsport

Check out more of Scott’s work on his website – https://ssmedia.com.au/ or his Facebook page.

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Dan Holihan on building a fan base and being an introvert

Dan Holihan on building a fan base and being an introvert

Dan Holihan on building a fan base and being an introvert

Dan Holihan talks about his motorsport journey slowly progressing through Formula Ford, as well as building up a fan base and attracting sponsors through social media while being an introvert.

In this episode of The InSyde Line, Rhys Vandersyde talks to Formula Ford racer Dan about his motorsport journey and how his goals have changed over the years. As well as some of the unique things that he does to fund his motorsport.

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The key takeaways from this episode, Dan shares:

  • Commiting to Formula Ford to complete his goals
  • Using social media to build up an audience and attact sponsors
  • Coping with the spotlight as an introvert

For more tips and advice on building your career in motorsport from those who have done it, follow InSyde Media on FacebookTwitter and Instagram..

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