“If everyone is moving forward together, then success takes care of itself.”
Al was the Special Vehicles Manager at Ford Australia (1969 - 71) and Founder of the Falcon GTHO muscle car program and race car team whose home was located at ‘Lot 6’ Mahoney’s Road, Thomastown Australia.
“The prime purpose of the ‘Lot 6’ Foundation is to establish a unique education program. It is the first of it's kind in the world, incorporating a curriculum at trade school levels and a unique engineering Master’s Degree in motor sports at University level.”
Al Turner, Founder.
An ongoing collection of articles and information published about the team and their achievements.
Recently: The GT nationals in Adelaide
Upcoming: Our 50th Anniversary day event…
We aim to provide opportunities for young automotive mechanics and technicians from all over the world to complete a course of training that will qualify them for careers in Formula 1, V8 Supercar, NASCAR or Indy 500
‘LOT 6’, Mahoney’s Road, Thomastown in Victoria was the secret location of the Ford Special Vehicles Unit and the birthplace of the legendary Ford GTHO 50 years on from the birth of the GTHO comes a unique opportunity to celebrate all things GTHOright there - at ‘Lot 6’, the birthplace of the legend.
On Sunday 13thOctober 2019, coinciding with the world famous Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 car race, a race synonymous with the Ford GTHO, comes another event not to be missed -the ‘50th Anniversary GTHO Day’
If you can’t be at Mount Panorama - you really ought to be here!
This one-off fund raising event will be hosted by the Ford GTHO ‘LOT 6’ Foundation and the Elite Automotive Group.
All funds raised will go to providing a young mechanic with the opportunity to develop their career in Motorsport to the highest level of F1, through the support and participation of the KanganInstitute and RMIT Universities.
For more details and ticket purchase please contact email@example.com
CAV FUNDRAISING ACT 1998 REGISRATATION NUMBER FR-000015268