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ROSS STONE RETURNS TO THE BOARD

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Sports/Touring Car Racing Topics:  Ross Stone

ROSS STONE RETURNS TO THE BOARD

Stone Brothers Racing
October 30, 2009


A new grid of V8 Supercars Board members is set to help lead the sport into 2010. Manufacturer representation remains with Ford Performance Racing’s Tim Edwards retaining his position. Also voted onto the board were Ross Stone, co-owner of Ford’s only other factory team, Stone Brothers Racing and Roland Dane, who is switching over to Holden from next year.

The equal balance of Ford and Holden manufacturers is no longer a requirement and will occasionally be in and out of sync.

Paul Morris also held his seat on the Board however Jason Bright and Larry Perkins were removed.

The new alternate directors, in place for when someone is unavailable at a meeting and with one acting as an observer at a Board sitting, are Spring Gas Racing’s Tim Miles and Brad Jones from Brad Jones Racing.

The new members comprise an eight-member board which includes Sports and Entertainment Limited’s Tony Cochrane and James Erskine and the two independent members Roger Cook and Mark Skaife.

The first meeting of the new-look Board is slated for November ahead of the final 2009 sitting on December 7, a day after the Sydney Telstra 500.

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