The Supercars Arrive All Set To Hit Hidden Valley
The track at Hidden Valley is different from other tracks. It is smoother and a different workplace for Chrisney Bright, aged 20.
She has spent his time guiding tourists along the Adelaide River or handling crocs.
Ms Bright has grown in the bush & loves fishing, camping & supercar racing.
She is 1 of 6 ambassadors for the V8 this weekend. Further, she says it will be different on track with the girls, but hopes all goes well. I like this event as its good for family togetherness and brings community together.
She has worked close with crocs in the Top End. “For the last six years I’ve worked with crocodiles up in the Top End,” Ms Bright said.
On her side will be
- Personal trainer Caitlin McVeagh
- Promotional model Kaila O’Donnell
- Mother-of-three Jaime-Lee Cavicchoili
- Law student Emily Wilson
- Photographer Ebony Daniels.
Ms Daniels has been 7 years in Darwin and likes the laid-back Territory lifestyle.
When far from the supercars, she is seen at libraries studing for her Law degree. It is a tradition for my family (watching supercars) and we love knowing who comes first.
Ms Cavicchoili’s parents are both rangers & she spent most time travelling around. I work as a model & when she is not on the catwalk, I take care of my kids.
It is the atmosphere that pulls me here with all the hustle and bustle.
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