DX Industries announce Longford Grand Prix Expo to showcase Tasmania's finest collector cars

Luke Miller
Updated August 28 2022 - 7:16pm, first published 4:00am
TEAM EFFORT: Northern Midlands mayor Mary Knowles, Hospitality and events minister Nic Street, DX Industries chief executive Jeremy Dickson, and media personality Neil Kearney at the launch of the inaugural Longford Grand Prix Expo at Entally Estate on Saturday. Picture: Supplied
TEAM EFFORT: Northern Midlands mayor Mary Knowles, Hospitality and events minister Nic Street, DX Industries chief executive Jeremy Dickson, and media personality Neil Kearney at the launch of the inaugural Longford Grand Prix Expo at Entally Estate on Saturday. Picture: Supplied

A mix of politicians and car enthusiasts alike gathered at a 200-year-old property in the state's North to launch an event set to pay homage to Tasmania's rich and extensive motor-racing history.

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Luke Miller

Luke Miller

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I am a council and general news reporter at the Examiner. If you have any issues or information regarding local government, please contact me via email at luke.miller@austcommunitymedia.com.au.

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