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Aaron Gregory's Memphis Hell wins SMOTY 2020
We ambush Aaron Gregory with the coveted Valvoline Street Machine of the Year trophy, before sitting him down for a chinwag
Jasmine ‘Jazzy’ Green wins 2020 Laurie Starling Scholarship
At this year’s Valvoline SMOTY VIP party, the 2020 Laurie Starling Scholarship for Innovation and Excellence in Automotive Fabrication was awarded to the motivated and talented Jasmine ‘Jazzy’ Green
Matt Morgillo's Holden HQ Statesman wins SMOTY 2019
Matt Morgillo has been through thick and thin with his HQ Statesman, but winning Valvoline Street Machine Of The Year 2019 is definitely at the thick end