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Latest inductees to be named

The countdown is on to the naming of the latest inductees into the National Road Transport Hall of Fame.

This year’s event, which will be held over three days in Alice Springs later this month, will again be supported by Shell Rimula.

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Celebrating the achievements of members of the Australian road transport community, 75 road transport heroes will be inducted into the Shell Rimula Wall of Fame.

Paul Fisher from Shell tells us it’s an honour for the lubricants company to again be involved.

“We’re proud of Australia’s road transport heritage, and Shell’s place within that history, and are committed to recognising the individuals of the road transport community for their life-long dedication.”

While Liz Martin, National Road Transport Hall of Fame CEO, says Alice Springs, the traditional birthplace of the roadtrain, couldn’t be a better location for this year’s event.

“As the heart of Australia what better place than Alice Springs to bring our road transport community together to celebrate the industry’s enduring commitment to keep the country moving and to recognise the individuals inducted into the Shell Rimula Wall of Fame.”

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More information on the National Road Transport Hall of Fame, including bookings and nomination details, can be found on the organisation’s website, or by phone on (08) 8953 8940.

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Simon’s interest in cars stems from hours in a misspent youth playing racing computer games.

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