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Caught in a lobster trap

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - Maine lobsters are in high demand worldwide, but the US-China trade war is squeezing the lobster business there like a lemon. We ask Luke Holden, founder and CEO of Luke's Lobster how tariffs are impacting his business and how an unlikely loan launched his first restaurant.

McLaughlin/Premat give Penske first Bathurst victory

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - A dramatic Bathurst 1000 ended in single-lap dash, and a win for Scott McLaughlin, Alex Premat and team owners Roger Penske and Dick Johnson. In a race that was running to an exciting climax, with four contenders variously saving fuel or charging after late pit stops, McLaughlin’s Ford Mustang held off Shane van Gisbergen (Holden Commodore) to take his maiden Bathurst victory.

Hinchcliffe, Rossi persevere to Bathurst finish

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - IndyCar stars Alexander Rossi and James Hinchcliffe had a mixed day in their first Supercars race, the Bathurst 1000. After starting the race on the back row the 26-car grid, the pair took their NAPA Auto Parts/US Concrete Holden Commodore as high as the mid-teens before finishing the race in 19th position, two laps back from winners Scott McLaughlin/Alex Premat.

Rossi shines in the rain at Bathurst

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - IndyCar regulars Alexander Rossi and James Hinchcliffe emerged from a tough day at Bathurst with flying colors, and will start Sunday’s 1000km race from 25th grid position. In a wet qualifying session, Rossi placed the NAPA Australia Holden Commodore on the back row of the grid for the Supercars classic but the 2016 Indianapolis 500 winner impressed a lot of hardened observers with a nerveless performance in conditions that tested many Supercar regulars.

The Week In IndyCar, Oct 10, James Hinchcliffe and Alexander Rossi

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - It’s the Off Track with Hinch and Rossi Podcast duo of James Hinchcliffe and Alexander Rossi calling into The Week In IndyCar podcast from Australia where they’re about to embark on their first Bathurst 1000. Everything from which one would win in a fist fight, to seat-wetting etiquette in their Walkinshaw Andretti United Holden Commodore, to who would win a race if Hinch was paired with Marshall Pruett and Rossi had Robin Miller as a co-driver in a RACER-sponsored event, was posed during the quick call between sessions at Mount Panorama.

Reynolds Holden repaired in time for Bathurst practice

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The #9 Holden was badly damaged when Youlden hit the wall during the dedicated co-driver practice session yesterday, forcing the 2017 Great Race winners to the sidelines for the hour-long evening practice session.

Bathurst 1000: Practice crash peels roof off Jones Holden

Posted By GMbeat on Articles - The Brad Jones Racing driver slapped the wall at The Cutting just over halfway through the hour-long session, claiming the unwanted honour of first crash, and red flag, of the weekend.