C4C12- 1021 CARS - $47,164.40 RAISED (5)

MotorEx Cruise for Charity 2015 is proving to be a bumper year. With a record 126 cars and a record $6,197.25 raised for Camp Quality, Darwin is the latest round of the 2015 C4C season to eclipse its previous records. More so, it achieved this stellar result despite suffering searing temperatures on the day. A massive congratulations should go to the dedicated team from the Darwin Commodore Club for hosting this awesome event.

No one was expecting to be greeted with a brace of quad webers when Richard Robb from Cairns (!) popped the bonnet of his sweet-looking Torrie. (17)

No one was expecting to be greeted with a brace of quad webers when Richard Robb from Cairns (!) popped the bonnet of his sweet-looking Torrie. (11)

Thanks to the high-level of community support generated by event organisers, the Darwin C4C is unique in that it receives a police escort along a green light corridor. That’s royal treatment indeed for C4C’s community-minded motoring enthusiasts. This impressive convoy no doubt turned numerous heads and brightened up many people’s Sunday afternoon – an outstanding effort one and all!

No one was expecting to be greeted with a brace of quad webers when Richard Robb from Cairns (!) popped the bonnet of his sweet-looking Torrie. (15)

In addition to all the glittering modified, classic and historic streeters, a handful of 4WDs, the NT Jeepers Club, plus five motorbikes also joined in Darwin’s cruise and socialising. The participation of such machinery only serves to reinforce C4C’s commitment to embracing all types of machinery. Such vehicles really add to the event’s huge variety of machinery – C4C really does offer something for everyone.

No one was expecting to be greeted with a brace of quad webers when Richard Robb from Cairns (!) popped the bonnet of his sweet-looking Torrie. (13)

No one was expecting to be greeted with a brace of quad webers when Richard Robb from Cairns (!) popped the bonnet of his sweet-looking Torrie. (16)

Local Sponsor, HOT100 judged the Show ‘N’ Shine, congratulations to all the winners. And thanks to Top End Photo Etching for donating the trophies. Click here to read about the winners.

No one was expecting to be greeted with a brace of quad webers when Richard Robb from Cairns (!) popped the bonnet of his sweet-looking Torrie. (10)

It was a great event that was enjoyed by all, along with being well supported by an impressive line-up of local businesses, including: 0-100 Photography, Territory Party Hire, Crazy Sexy Cool Australia, Kerry Holden, ATIC Performance, Top End Mud Racing Association, CSE Comsource, Independent Grocers, TH Northern Trading, Parmalat, Hidden Valley Drag Racing Association, NT Auto Repairs, Airport Hotel, Trackside Entertainment and Haulmark Trailers and Parap Tavern.

No one was expecting to be greeted with a brace of quad webers when Richard Robb from Cairns (!) popped the bonnet of his sweet-looking Torrie. (23)

While C4C takes great pride in being able to bring together a wide variety of motoring enthusiasts to congregate and socialise in a relaxed, alcohol-free, family-friendly environment, while raising money for sick kids! It’s C4C’s invaluable national sponsors; Meguiar’s MotorEx, Liqui-Moly, Designer Wraps, House of Kolor, Just Car Insurance, Turbosmart and Dyno Dynamics that enable us to make this happen – thank you very much.

No one was expecting to be greeted with a brace of quad webers when Richard Robb from Cairns (!) popped the bonnet of his sweet-looking Torrie. (24)

With bumper events done and dusted in Western Australia, Queensland and Northern Territory, it’s now up to Tasmania, Victoria, South Australia and New South Wales to continue C4C’s outstanding 2015 turnout. Jump onto the C4C Facebook event page for your state and click the ‘GOING’ button, then get your crew together. See ya there!