West Coast Speedway News feature
1941 - TEMORA AIRSTRIP
A Southern Central World War 11 airstrip in New South Wales, 418 kilometers from Sydney started life as a flight training centre for Tiger Moth Pilots when it was built in 1941.
1942 - Some of the Millitary buildings at the airfield. Photo: unknown.
In todays world it's a multi purpose airstrip, Commercial Passenger aircraft, Flying School, Historical Aircraft Museum and a V8 Supercar Test Centre.
Nominated by Supercars for pre season straight line Aerodynamic testing the Temora Airstrip sees all makes converge on the airstrip each year.
In November of 2017, testing for the Ford Mustang was completed for all the Mustang teams and resulted in Supercars signing off for the Mustang Marquis to Australian mainstream racing in 2018, replacing the now out of production Australian Ford Falcon.