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The highest overall points scorer at the CoreStaff Darwin SuperSprint will receive a special trophy, featuring the work of a local artist.
Manufactured by Darwin firm Mick’s Ally Fab, the trophy features a unique aerial image of the Gunn Point floodplains near Darwin, taken by artist Paul Arnold.
The trophy has been dubbed ‘Territory 2.0’, celebrating the first time Supercars has undertaken back-to-back events at the venue.
Last weekend drivers competed for the Darwin Triple Crown trophy, which marked a return to recognising an overall winner of a Supercars round, in addition to individual races.
NT Major Events CEO, Tim Watsford said: “This Territory 2.0 trophy is as one-off as this weekend’s event – we’ve never had a Supercars doubleheader anywhere in Australia, let alone the Territory.
“Using an exclusive Paul Arnold piece of art to celebrate the winner is very fitting.
“The drivers have spent a few weeks in the Territory thanks to this unusual year we…
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