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Paul Gover

Paul Gover has rallied, raced and reported since the 1970s in the most varied career of anyone who has picked up a pen in Australian motorsport. He won a national championship in Production Cars, qualified for the Bathurst 1000 in a Supercar and was the best-placed privateer in the Sandown 500 in 1997 in a Commodore V8. He has also won every major prize in Australian motoring journalism, from Journalist of the Year to the Supercars media award and was part of the Network 10 crew that won a Logie for Bathurst coverage. Most recently he was inducted into the Supercars Media Hall of Fame and received a CAMS career achievement award.

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