Aussie petrolhead ‘scored his first Formula One victory’

AUSTRALIA’S most powerful petrolhead is about to become the first person to score a first-ever Formula One race win.

Key points:Nathan Stauffer is the first Australian to win a Formula One grand prix with his carLance Bassett, who was on the podium in the 2011 race, also scored his first win in a F1 car in 2010When Bassett’s car crashed in 2012, his father, Brian Bassett died in a crashLance and Nathan Stauffers son, Nathan, raced in the FIA Formula One World Championship in 2012Lance’s team-mate, Lance Bassett , won a second place in the World Championship for the first time in his careerLance was then named as the runner-up to Lance in the race but lost out to the younger manLance has now set his sights on a Formula 1 grand prio in 2018When asked what was the hardest part of winning a Formula one race?

Lance replied: “It’s a very long race, you get up there and you get your head around the car and you’re trying to do the right thing and you need to keep your head on a swivel and do the best that you can.

I feel like I’ve got that in my head and I think that’s the hardest thing to do.

It’s the team that you are, the car that you drive and the track, but the most important thing is the people around you.

That’s what Formula One is about.

It’s about a team, it’s about the people behind the wheel and that’s what you get to experience when you win.

I’m very excited and proud to be part of this team and I want to make sure that I’m part of the team.

It was an amazing experience to get on the grid, we all felt it and the team was behind us, so I’m very happy that I got the opportunity to drive for the team and the fans.

Lance said: “The fans were behind us from the first minute we got on the track.

It was great, the whole team was great and it’s a big thing to have fans behind you.

It will be an amazing race, it will be a great test for the drivers, for us, for the whole sport and it will go a long way in terms of making sure that we are right.

“Lance also scored a win in the inaugural Formula 1 race at the Japanese Grand Prix in 2007, with his team-mates, Nico Hulkenberg and Jenson Button.

Nathan was fourth in the 2008 World Championship, finishing runner-on in the Constructors’ Championship for three races.

Nathaniel Staufer won the 2008 British Grand Prix with his Porsche, which he crashed on the first lap.

Named after former Formula 1 driver Nathan Staurier, he won the 2009 British Grand Series and was second in the 2009 season.LANCE STAUFFER (1st):”I just wanted to be there as a member of the crew and I knew I wanted to win and I felt I had the right car and I was very confident and excited about the track and the car.

It just felt right and I thought it was going to be a really good race.

I knew that it was probably going to go my way.

I think I had a good car but I was pretty nervous, I was nervous that I was going in there and it was a really tough race and I just couldn’t get over the fear of not getting there.

I just knew that the only way that I could get there was if I had an edge.

I knew I could win but I just didn’t know how much that edge was.

I was so excited about that car and the fact that I had this chance, but I couldn’t actually get there.

It just felt like a bad thing, but it just felt really wrong.

It felt like something was going wrong and I didn’t want to get there and I couldn’ have done it.

I just didn’ know how hard it was and I never felt that I really had any other choice but to win.

“Nathan’s team mate, Lance, won the 2010 World Championship and was runner-at-large in the 2010 season.JENNY STAUFER (2nd):”When you’re a rookie, you don’t get that experience.

I think I probably got a little bit of that as well, but obviously it was very tough.

I wasn’t expecting to do anything different from what I was doing, I knew it was hard and I wanted the win, but you don’ want to win by accident.

You want to try and make the most of what you have.

I know that if I were to win that race, that would be a fantastic result for me.

It would be the first victory of my career.”J