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Aussie Invader hopes the vehicle will hit the 1,000 mile per hour mark.

Speed racers turn to crowdfunding in tax fight

A Perth team hoping to break a land speed world record has turned to crowdfunding to raise $50,000 to avoid a potential liquidation caused by a fight with the Australian Taxation Office, and is 20 per cent of the way to its target.

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Gary Foyt
This is the most innovative project in Australia's history and represents a lifetime of work for this all volanteer team and its driver Rosco McGlashan OAM who won the title of Fastest Aussie on Earth back in 96. This new car is the worlds most powerful boasting 200,000 hp and has reached a contruction stage of 70% completion relying soley on product sponsorship and volanteer labour. Please see www.aussieinvader.com or Gofundme Aussie Invader

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