Our Mission

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Our Goals

With your help we can achieve our goals which are to:

  • Raise funds for veterans

  • Make a profit and give it to beneficiary Veteran Organisations

  • Improve community understanding of veterans’ hardships

  • Encourage community and veteran participation

  • House homeless veterans

  • Provide counselling for homeless veterans

  • Assist veterans with volunteer work


Mission Statement


We care about veteran and serving members of the ADF suffering from physical disabilities and post traumatic stress disorders through contributing to organisations who support rehabilitation and wellbeing.


Our primary goal is to make a positive and lasting difference to our beneficiaries, support and encourage individuals to take responsibility for their own actions and destiny.


The Warrior Racing Executives must be persons of talent, education, experience, stamina and ability that demonstrate a person of common sense, understanding, compassion and is supportive of community. 

Car Racing

The racing team will encourage and attract donations and sponsorship through representation and racing results. The team must also return good results and always show fairness and support for other competitors.

Australian Homeless Veterans

Medical - Physc - Advocate - Monitor

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Grant Johnson has won

  • National V8 Brute Ute titles twice 2007 & 2010,

  • WA State Saloon Car Title six times - four in a row, 2006, 2007 & 2015 to 2018 

  • National Saloon Car title in 2016


Some of Grant's recent notable achievements:-

  • 258 Race Starts,

  • 40 Pole Positions,

  • 130 Race Wins,

  • 201 Podium Finishes,

  • 113 Fastest Laps.

  • Current lap record holder at Oran Park, Malala, Albert Park, Barbagallo Raceway, Collie Motorplex and the recently opened Tailem Bend.



Warrior Racing Limited has organised and been involved with Amputee (Antony) Tony Zahra with a 2016 walk along the Kokoda Track, New Guinea in world record time, unassisted.


In 2017 Tony walked the Thai/Burma Railway Line from Burma to Kanchanaburi (River Kwai) for ANZAC Day.


For ANZAC Day 2019 Tony took a group of Veterans to Vietnam and Hell Fire Pass for remembrance and sight seeing. Along the Railway Line original route where accessible.


Tony with his Warrior Racing Walk Support Crew walked for about 22 days. Sleeping out with special permission at Hell Fire Pass.


On 2018 Chairman Kevin Otway, Tony and another travelled to Vietnam and did a reconnaissance on the Ho Chi Minh Trail, Support Base, The VC Tunnels, Nui Dat, Long Tan, the HorseShoe and the Long Hai.


A visit to the Mekong Delta made a reconnaissance for a walk/Push bike ride along the Mekong River, Laos, Northern Thailand and Burma for 2021. In 2018 Warrior Racing Limited saw a window of opportunity to contribute in the Homeless area.


This area is a very complex one and requires a hard hitter to address the issues involved.