1994 Sandown 500
The 1994 Sandown 500 was an endurance motor race for Group 3A Touring Cars and selected production cars held at the Sandown circuit in Victoria, Australia on 4 September 1994. The event was staged over 161 laps of the 3.10 km circuit, a total distance of 499 km. It was the 29th race in a sequence of annual endurance races held at Sandown.
Dick Johnson and John Bowe won the race in their Dick Johnson Racing Ford EB Falcon. Second was the Gibson Motorsport Holden VP Commodore of Mark Skaife and Jim Richards, while third was the Perkins Engineering Commodore of Larry Perkins and Gregg Hansford. After first racing in the "Sandown 500" in 1977 when the race was known as the Hang Ten 400, Dick Johnson scored his first win in the classic.
- Bartholomaeus, Stefan (17 November 2018). "How Lowndes' debut almost didn't happen". Supercars. Retrieved 18 November 2018.
- Australian Motor Racing Year, 1994/95
- Official Program, Sandown 500, Sunday, 4 September 1994, as published in Australian Auto Action, 1 September 1994
- The Richards / Rogers Porche and the Ayoub / Conway Holden were not listed in the Official Program
- Colin Young, Bowe goes charging to takeout 500 race, The Age, 5 September 1994, Sport Extra, Page 38, via newsstore.fairfax.com.au As archived at web.archive.org
- Image of the winning Ford EB Falcon of Dick Johnson and John Bowe, from d3spxwpngnho1k.cloudfront.ne As archived at webarchive.org
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