About ANDRA Board BOARD DIRECTORS IN DETAIL

The six Directors of the Australian National Drag Racing Association Limited are:


  • Terry Jongen, Western Australian Division Director of ANDRA and a medical professional based in Perth. Terry has been involved in the development of medical services in drag racing and speedway in motor sport and competes in ANDRA Competition Bike when time permits.

  • Nathan Peirano (Acting Chairman), Northern Australia Divisional Director of ANDRA and Supercharged Outlaws competitor. Pilots the Time Traveller Outlaw Nitro Funny Car and joined the Divisional Council in 2012 then became the Divisional Director in March of 2015 after serving as the alternate for six months.

  • Grant Wilson, heads up the Corporate Advisory and Audit Division at William Buck Chartered Accountants and Advisors in Adelaide. Grant is a Mopar, motor and water sports enthusiast and specialises in business investigation and advisory work, project management, financial and business modelling, board and management representation, financial restructuring and business assurance.

  • Geoff Crisp, is the current NSW Division Director and is Team Manager for Crisp Family Motorsport. He has competed in five decades of Aussie Drag Racing (70's, 80's, 90's, 2000's and 2010's) been involved in the ANDRA DC since the mid-nineties, Division Director from 2000-2007, Steward/Tech Inspector from 2007-2010 and NSW Division Director for a second go round since June 2016
  • Grant Goodall, Former ANDRA CEO, 30 years Business Experience as corporation CEO and Director of several businesses and organisations.

  • Peter Kapiris, Drag Racing under the ANDRA banner for 26 years and In 2002 Peter won the ANDRA Top Doorslammer Championship. Peter started in the sport in 1990 with a Chev Beretta. The car went through many colour schemes and transformations. His next car was a Holden Statesman in 1994. In 1997 Peter introduced "The Batmobile" Studebaker Top Doorslammer built by Murray Anderson champion. His most recent 'slammer is a '57 Dodge Saratoga.
  • Grant Hamon, has over 35 years of experience in motorsport, both as a competitor and as a sports administrator. Grant was a driving force behind the creation of MotorSports NT Inc, which is the peak motorsports body in the Northern Territory. Grant was also involved in Speedway, Karting and the Northern Territory Motorsports Council and is regarded as one of the most significant and influential people in Northern Territory motorsports.
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