Charlie O'Brien (racing driver)

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Charles Lindsay O'Brien (born 26 March 1955) is a former Australian race car driver.wikipedia
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1976 Australian Touring Car Championship

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From 1976 to 2003, he held the record for being the youngest winner of an Australian Touring Car Championship round.

Holden Dealer Team

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In 1977, John Harvey became the HDT's principal driver with young Queenslander Charlie O'Brien signed to drive the team's second car.

South Pacific Touring Car Championship

Once the series went to New Zealand, Grice and Charlie O'Brien were in fact the only Australian drivers to support the series while those such as Peter Jackson Nissan, JPS Team BMW and the Mobil Holden Dealer Team completely ignored the NZ races.

Paul Morris Motorsport

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A third car was entered at some events in 1995 and 1996 for Charlie O'Brien and in 1997 for Baird.

1976 Rover 500K

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Bond won the race from Charlie O'Brien, the driver who would replace him in 1977.

1987 James Hardie 1000

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* The two Dick Johnson Racing Sierras of Dick Johnson and Charlie O'Brien were had their times disallowed after failing a fuel check following the shootout.

DJR Team Penske

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18 Sierra he was to share with Charlie O'Brien on the 3rd lap with the Commodore of Larry Perkins which the Johnson / Hansford car suffered differential failure a lap later).