This weekend the V8 Supercar circus returns to Sydney Motorsport Park, which last year played host to one of the best post-race celebrations ever seen.
Kiwi wet weather master Shane Van Gisbergen took victory and decided to celebrate in his usual flamboyant style, the Tekno Autosports VF Commodore howling against its rev limiter as it swung from lock-to-lock on the slippery track.
Van Gisbergen is something of a master of the victory celebration. As a regular participant in national drifting events both in Australia and New Zealand, his car control is something else, as demonstrated at Darwin in 2011.
Let's hope this weekend's racing offers up a similar spectacle!
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