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  1. Changhong LED24D1050DV 24inch HD LED LCD Television

    This ChangHong 24"/60cm LED TV/DVD combo TV is a great choice for the whole family. The built-in DVD player means there's no need for buying a separate DVD player. The Digital Multimedia Player allows you to record live TV onto a hard drive, as well as pause, fast forward and rewind, so you won't ever miss a beat!

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  2. Pack of 8 V8 Supercars Paper Cups. Keep your guests fueled up with drinks in our cool V8 Supercars Cups! Paper cups hold 266ml. Featuring a picture of a speedometer and the words "Super Sprint" these official license cups are ideal for serving drinks at your V8 Supercars party - put them out in a stack so guests can make a 'pit stop' for drinks or pop them on place settings with our V8 Supercars plates and napkins for a revved up V8 party table!> Cups can even be filled with small racing favours and sweets and wrapped in cello as prizes for your racing party games.

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  3. V8 Supercars Plastic Tablecloth. Set the scene for some high-speed fun with our V8 Supercars Tablecloth! This plastic tablecover is a rectangular shape and measures 1.8m x 1.3m. Featuring a white centre and red and white checkered skirting with blue silhouettes of V8 Supercars this tablecloth is perfect way to start your V8 Supercars or Racing themed party table - simply lay tablecloth over a trestle style table and add our matching V8 Supercars tableware for a 'souped up' V8 party setting!

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  4. Pack of 8 V8 Supercars plastic lolly bags. Create race track-style 'show bags' for the kids with our V8 Supercars lolly bags! These plastic bags measure 22.5cm x 16.5cm. Featuring a V8 supercar on a black and blue chequered grid with the words "Burning up the Track" these fun lolly bags are the perfect way to make everyone feel like a winner at your V8 Supercars or racing themed party - just add racing themed novelties (like a checkered flag, mini cars and stickers) and some sweets and present one to each guest as a special racetrack souvenir to take home and keep. For a variety of great party favours that can be added into these bags make a pitstop at our Racing and Cars party ranges.

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  5. Get all your guests revved up for the big race with our V8 Supercars Tattoos! These cool tattoos come on a single sheet that is perforated into 8 sections. Sections contain 1 - 4 tattoos (you get a total of 16 tattoos, you may need to cut some smaller ones out with scissors). Sheet measures 17.5cm x 10.2cm, squares measures 5cm x 4.5cm. Recommended for ages 4+. Featuring pictures of V8 Supercars and slogans like "Rev it up", "Burning up the Track" and "Take it to the Limit" these quality official license tattoos are perfect for handing out as favours at your V8 Supercars or Racing party - add a square to each guests party bag, wrap a sheet up as a party prize or stick one on each guest as they arrive to join the "pit crew"!

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  6. Pack of 6 V8 Supercars Balloons. Create some V8 Supercars patriotism in your party room with our V8 Supercars Balloons! Balloons come deflated and measure approx 30cm when blown up - you can fill them with air or helium at any florist or helium station. Featuring a V8 Supercars design with a racing car and the word "Champion" these blue balloons make a fun way to bring some V8 Supercars team spirit to your party room - use them as a table centrepiece, float them around the party room for a fun V8 Supercars atmosphere or place them out by your party entrance to give your guests a big race-track style welcome!

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  7. Pack of 8 V8 Supercars Party Invitations. Start your engines and invite everyone to celebrate your birthday with our super cool V8 Supercars Invitations! Pack contains 8 invitations and 8 envelopes. Invites measure 16cm x 11cm. Featuring a picture of a V8 Supercar and spaces to write in all your party details these fun postcard-style invites are the perfect way to start your V8 Supercars themed birthday - simply fill in all the details and send them to your friends then set up your party with our matching V8 Supercars tableware to give all the rev-heads the ultimate V8 Supercars party experience!

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  8. V8 Supercars Black and White Chequered Flag Banner. Bring the feel of the racetrack finish line to your party room with our V8 Supercars Black and White Chequered Flag Banner! Banner measures 3.65m and has 12 plastic flags measuring 28cm x 21.5cm. Print on banner is single sided. Featuring a black and white checkered design with the Supercars logo this banner makes a great way to build excitement in your V8 Supercars party room - simply hang banner from your ceiling or wall for a fun, high-octane V8 Supercars party setting!

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  9. Motorsport has forever been part of Australia's shared sporting heritage, with a rich history that reveals a profound relationship between fans and the sports fabric. At its pinnacle is the V8 Supercars Championship, the nations premier motor racing series and the custodian of over five decades of Aussie motor racing legend and legacy. Between March and December each year, extraordinary scenes of nail-biting drama play out on famous raceways across Australia and now the world as drivers and manufacturers push their vehicles to the limit in a daring dance of mind and machine. With speed, skill and stamina, these modern-day gladiators must test their mettle against not only each other, but some of the most challenging tracks on the circuit. In this limited edition collection, strap yourself in for six years of high-octane highlights from V8 Supercars Championship Series, with exclusive highlights programs from Australia's iconic racing event the Bathurst 1000 and full season reviews from each year of the greatest show on wheels.

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  10. The stage was set for an epic weekend celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the Great Races move to the iconic Mount Panorama circuit in 1963. Ford Performance Racings Will Davison claimed pole ahead of Jamie Whincup Triple Eight VE Commodore but it was Whincups co-driver Paul Dumbrell who started the race and snatched the lead from Davison, only for the FPR man to wrest it back on Griffins Bend. As the race settled down, Davison watched his lead vanish as co-driver John McIntyre was forced to pit with a mystery tyre problem. Davisons afternoon went from bad to worse as contact with FPR teammate Luke Youlden set off a chain of events that eventually saw his car hit the wall at The Chase, effectively ending his challenge. Meanwhile out front, Whincup and Rod Nash Racings David Reynolds were vying for the lead, the latter utilising an astute pit strategy and the safety car to climb from his starting position of eighth on the grid. It set up an enthralling finale as Whincup, driving defensively to conserve fuel, was attacked by the faster Reynolds, who had no such concerns. In the end, Whincups champion driving skills ensured he had the experience to hold off Reynolds, as his VE Commodore crossed the line three-tenths of a second ahead of the FG Falcon in another classic Bathurst finish. For Whincup, it was his fourth win at the Mount Panorama circuit in the last seven years, as he confidently reasserted his recent dominance of The Mountain.

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  11. The 2011 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 weekend started ominously as heavy skies, rain and fog put the teams on edge going into Sundays race. Greg Murphy turned back the clock to evoke memories of his famous 2003 pole as the rain closed in and slowed the rest of the shootout field. On race day, Murphy took full advantage to lead the early stages of the race as the likes of Garth Tander, Mark Winterbottom and Jamie Whincup had to fight their way through the field after Saturdays qualifying downpour left them stranded in the middle of the grid. Familiar frontrunners emerged after a safety car and soon Lowndes, Whincup and Tander were resuming battle for race supremacy. In a critical misjudgment, Triple Eights pit strategy left Lowndes waiting in the lane behind Whincup no less than three times, and it was a mistake that would cost them dearly in the final stages of the race. Whincup continued to set a cracking pace but a late power failure cruelly ended his challenge. Lowndes shook off his pit misfortune to fight his way through the pack from seventh in a brilliant display of driving, and the stage was set for an epic finish as he closed quickly on Tanders HRT Commodore. Despite Lowndes attempting several passes on the final lap, the HRT man held his nerve to take the chequered flag by a mere three-tenths of a second, celebrating with co-driver Nick Percat as the two men stood atop the podium.

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  12. With new rules meaning that teams could no longer field two full-time drivers in the same car, the dream pairing of Holden legends Craig Lowndes and Mark Skaife became a reality in one of two Triple Eight VE Commodores. Mark Winterbottom led from the front of the grid as drama unfolded early when a wheel failure on Fabian Coulthards Holden saw his car flip spectacularly into the sand at The Chase, an accident he was lucky to walk away from unscathed. Meanwhile Lee Holdsworth had assumed the lead with Will Davison also pushing hard, however Winterbottoms challenge had faded after co-driver Luke Youlden hit the wall at The Cutting following a tyre problem. Two safety cars in the latter stages saw Craig Lowndes establish a strong lead, and it was one that he never relinquished as he and teammate Jamie Whincup crossed the line in succession to deliver a clinical one-two finish for Triple Eight Racing and break the longstanding race record by a massive seven minutes. It was Lowndes fifth win on The Mountain his fourth in five years and the sixth Bathurst title for Holden veteran Skaife in what was a joyous return to the Mount Panorama Circuit.

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  13. Ahead of the 2009 Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000, all eyes were on Triple Eight Racings pairing of Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes, who were gunning for an incredible fourth-straight win at the Mount Panorama circuit. But it was the weather that added an unpredictable element to an event that would witness eight safety car interventions. Holden Racing Teams Garth Tander was on a mission after a disappointing outing in 2008, taking pole position in damp conditions and putting new co-driver Will Davison at the front of the grid for Sundays start. The race began in wet conditions, as Davisons HRT car led from the start and a number of cars pitted early for slicks when the rain subsided. A late charge through the field from Jamie Whincup in the Triple Eight BF Falcon saw the reigning champ leading the race with around thirty laps to go, until a clutch problem effectively robbed him and Lowndes of any chance of a fourth-straight victory. Tander took advantage of a safety car restart late in the race, establishing a comfortable buffer ahead of second-placed Rick Kelly, who was holding up faster cars. Kelly would eventually succumb in the final laps but Tander didnt blink as Jason Richards and Lee Holdsworth loomed, notching up his second career win on The Mountain and the six Bathurst title for HRT.

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  14. With Triple Eight Racing co-drivers Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup hungry for a third successive victory at Bathurst, it was the Holden Racing Team VE Commodore of Garth Tander and Mark Skaife that took pole position for Sundays race. But in a horror start for HRTs lead car, Tander jumped early and then stalled, relinquishing his advantage and copping a 10-second penalty to add insult to the injury. James Courtney set the early pace with Craig Lowndes and Will Davison in hot pursuit, while HRTs slide continued as Skaife got acquainted with the wall at Forrests Elbow. With co-driver David Besnard behind the wheel, a helpless Courtney could only watch on as his BF Falcon slowed with a tyre problem, and Jamie Whincup took full advantage of their misfortune. By the time Lowndes was back in the drivers seat, the gap to Steven Richards in second was comfortable as a pack of faster cars led by Greg Murphy and Courtney struggled to get past Richards slowing FPR Falcon until the final laps. Lowndes crossed the line two seconds ahead of Murphy, recording his fourth Bathurst victory and the third successive triumph on The Mountain with Whincup, a feat last achieved by Peter Brock and Larry Perkins between 1982 and 1984.

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  15. The 2012 V8 Supercars Championship Series started in familiar fashion with the Triple Eight Racing VE Commodore of Jamie Whincup dominating proceedings in the early stages of the season. Whincup went toe-to-toe with Ford Performance Racings Will Davison from the outset, as the two drivers both registered eight podium finishes in the first nine rounds. Craig Lowndes found some traction in mid-season, gaining ground in the points table with wins at Hidden Valley, Ipswich, Eastern Creek and Sandown, while Mark Winterbottoms consistency in his FPR FG Falcon saw him nipping at the heels of the two Triple Eight drivers. But Whincup found another gear heading into the final rounds of the series: racking up wins at Bathurst, Surfers Paradise and then three races on the trot at Abu Dhabi, he had the championship wrapped up by the time he stepped onto the podium at Winton in the penultimate meet of the season. Meanwhile Lowndes again took second place, delivering Triple Eight their second consecutive one-two finish in the drivers championship.

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  16. 2011 saw the V8 Supercars Championship Series dominated from the outset by Triple Eight drivers Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes. Whincup, eager to regain the drivers championship he had relinquished to James Courtney in 2010, started the year in characteristic fashion, finishing on the podium in nine of the first eleven races. However, Lowndes was not to be denied and continued to eat into his teammates championship lead, winning four races on the trot in middle of the year and overtaking Whincup on the points table at the conclusion of the endurance races. Mark Winterbottom, Shane Van Gisbergen, Garth Tander and Rick Kelly all stood atop the podium on at least two occasions during the year each but they couldnt match the consistency of the Tripe Eight drivers who were simply a class above the rest. Lowndes finished the year with a win in Sydney but it wasnt enough to hold off his good friend Whincup, whose dogged determination and late season victories at Surfers Paradise, Symmons Plains and Sandown saw him take the title over Lowndes by just 35 points, in one of the closest series finishes in V8 Supercars history.

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  17. With the 2009 V8 Supercars Championship debuting in the desert with back-to-back events in Abu Dhabi and Bahrain, defending champion Jamie Whincup dominated the series early in Triple Eights new VE Commodore, shooting out to a sizeable points lead. However as the season wore on, two retirements and a string of poor finishes for Whincup at Ipswich, Winton, Townsville, Phillip Island and then critically in the first race in Sydney meant that the championship would be decided on the Homebush street circuit on the final day of the season. Dick Johnson Racings James Courtney, whose consistency throughout the year in his FG Falcon saw him leading the points going into the final round despite only winning five races to Whincups nine, needed to only finish the final race to be crowned champion for 2010. On a tense December afternoon in Sydney, Courtney crossed the line unscathed, denying Whincup the opportunity of recording three successive championship victories.

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  18. The 2009 V8 Supercar Championship Series ushered in a new-look championship, featuring the introduction of the Top 10 Shootout, the addition of new tracks and meet formats, a new points system, and new constructor rules. However the changes didnt soften the age-old rivalry between Ford and Holden, with the battle waged in earnest by Triple Eight Racings FG Falcons driven by Jamie Whincup and Craig Lowndes, and Holden Racing Teams VE Commodores piloted by Garth Tander and new teammate Will Davison. After moving to HRT following a strong season with Dick Johnson Racing in 2008, Davison proved to be the revelation of the season. Overcoming a mediocre start to the year, Davison went on to chalk up wins at Sandown, Ipswich, Phillip Island and Bathurst to challenge series leader Jamie Whincup for the title, but the reigning champ rose to the occasion and reeled off three straight victories late in the season, taking his round wins tally to eleven for the year and securing back-to-back series championships.

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  19. Having claimed the crown in 2007, all eyes were on Garth Tander in 2008 after his move from the HSV Dealer Team to the iconic red VE Commodore of HRT. But the reigning champ was quickly upstaged by Jamie Whincup in his BF Falcon, whose two wins at Adelaide on the opening weekend of the season signalled that the Triple Eight driver was ready to graduate from pretender to contender. Tander soon fired back with three wins across the ditch in Hamilton after Whincup crashed out in practice and was forced to sit out the weekend with an irreparable car. Mark Winterbottom then emerged from the pack with strong performances at Barbagallo, Hidden Valley and Ipswich, but Whincup found his groove again at Winton as he dominated the back-end of the season, winning an incredible seven races in a row at Bathurst, Surfers Paradise and Bahrain, and then a further three rounds at Symmons Plain and Oran Park to claim his first V8 Supercars Championship.

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  20. A new era dawns at the iconic Mount Panorama circuit as age-old rivals Holden and Ford welcome new manufacturers Nissan and Mercedes Benz-AMG to the Bathurst grid for the first time in V8 Supercars history. Sit back, get comfortable and relive over eight hours of adrenaline-fuelled action from the 2013 edition of Australia's legendary endurance race, with highlights from across the full event weekend, and the complete race, uninterrupted and in full - a must-have for any true Australian motorsport fan.

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