2011 Australian V8 Ute Racing Series

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The 2011 Auto One V8 Ute Racing Series was a motor racing series for Ford Falcon and Holden utilities (or "utes") built and conforming to V8 Utes series regulations and those holding valid licences to compete as issued by series organisers Spherix and Australian V8 Ute Racing Pty.wikipedia
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V8 Ute Racing Series

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Ltd. It was the eleventh running of a national racing series for V8 Utes in Australia.

Ford Falcon (Australia)

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The 2011 Auto One V8 Ute Racing Series was a motor racing series for Ford Falcon and Holden utilities (or "utes") built and conforming to V8 Utes series regulations and those holding valid licences to compete as issued by series organisers Spherix and Australian V8 Ute Racing Pty.

Holden

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The 2011 Auto One V8 Ute Racing Series was a motor racing series for Ford Falcon and Holden utilities (or "utes") built and conforming to V8 Utes series regulations and those holding valid licences to compete as issued by series organisers Spherix and Australian V8 Ute Racing Pty.

Coupé utility

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The 2011 Auto One V8 Ute Racing Series was a motor racing series for Ford Falcon and Holden utilities (or "utes") built and conforming to V8 Utes series regulations and those holding valid licences to compete as issued by series organisers Spherix and Australian V8 Ute Racing Pty.

Adelaide Street Circuit

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The series began on 17 March 2011 at the Adelaide Street Circuit and ended on 2 December at the Homebush Street Circuit after 8 rounds.

Homebush Street Circuit

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The series began on 17 March 2011 at the Adelaide Street Circuit and ended on 2 December at the Homebush Street Circuit after 8 rounds.

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Holden Commodore (VE)

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