HSV drivers visit RAAF base

Published: 25 March 2003

Pictured: HSV.

HSV contracted drivers Todd Kelly, Greg Murphy and Rick Kelly are high-flyers in the world of V8 Supercars but show them something faster and they're into it like kids in a lolly shop! That was the case when they were invited out to RAAF Base Edinburgh near Adelaide, to take a look at the RAAF's front-line fighter-bomber the FA-18 Hornet that thrilled the crowd at this weekend's Clipsal 500 fly pass.

While the lads weren't able to go for a ride in the single seater, multi million dollar 'plane they all enjoyed sitting in the unit and dreaming.

Not to be outdone, HSV's front line high flyer the HSV GTS 300 got into the act and did not look out of place parked up alongside the Hornet.

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