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Fender Bending Television – 1989 Sport Documentary

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This motors'n'mullets doco focuses on a group of men, women and their families who are obsessed by stock car racing. Shot by Stuart Dryburgh, it follows a group of drivers and their crews as they ready for Saturday night racing in the mud at Waikaraka Park Speedway, Onehunga. Hours are spent preparing, and repairing the one-and-a-half tonne cars that can travel at speeds of up to 112 kmph in one of the few full contact motor sports. Passion, ego and native cunning fuel the drama, and injuries and personal sacrifices are the price for the part-time petrol heads. 

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Chris Hampson

Producer, Producer

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Chris Williams

Writer, Director

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Brent Burge

Sound Mix

Yeah well you don’t have a nice home, I don’t think. Well, speaking personally, because the money goes into the car.
– Enthusiast’s partner