MPC “Fly-through” promotional video
January 16, 2020

Come for buzz through the shop and see what our team do and where we do it! This awesome fly through video credit goes to Aerial Vision & One Photographic. 

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Custom Cars and Coffee Dyno Day
March 27, 2019

The team at Custom Cars & Coffee have teamed up with us to put on a dyno day/car show right here at MPC!! The day is set for the 27th of April 2019 and is sure to be a day to remember. Not only will there be dyno runs all day from various cars there […]

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Shop closure dates for Bathurst 12hr
January 29, 2018

Its that time of year again where we pack the trucks to the brim and head off to Bathurst to have a crack at arguably the country’s greatest race. The Bathurst 12hr! Which means the Croydon Sth shop including MPC Auto Speed will be closed from Tuesday 30th of Jan – Tuesday 6th of Feb. […]

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2014 Australian GT Championship Rnd 3

Preparation is in full swing for Round 3 of the Australian GT Championship to be held at Townsville in conjunction with the V8 Supercars on July 4th-6th. The track which is a mix of road and street stylings is sure to suit the Audi R8 LMS cars which are prepared in house here at Melbourne Performance Centre.

The Schedule for the weekend is as follows – Friday 2 x practice sessions, 8am and 11:05am and 1 x 20 min qualifying at 2:45pm. Race 1 (40 minute race) Saturday 11:40am, Races 2 and 3 (40 minute races) 8:35am and 2:10pm.

Entering under the MPC banner is the #71 Equity-One backed Audi R8 of Dean Koutsoumidis and James Winslow who currently sit equal 3rd in the drivers standings after the first 2 rounds. And the #6 Skwirk Online Audi R8 of Rod Salmon who currently leads the drivers standings will be co-driven once again by Nathan Antunes. Sitting in 4th Spot in the drivers standings is Steven McLaughlan who will once again pilot his #75 Jamec Pem Audi R8 on his own. And rounding out the MPC team will be Ockert Fourie and John Magro in the #72 OLOF family & Cosmetic Audi R8, although only relatively new comers to the Australian GT Championship Fourie and Magro showed great pace at Philip Island and hope to better that at Townsville.