Paul Weel

Paul Weel born 27 July 1979 in Geelong, Victoria, was an Australian V8 Supercar racing driver. He raced 12 seasons in V8 Supercars with a best finish of 3rd in Adelaide 2003. His best enduro finish was a 5th at the 2002 Queensland 500 and best Bathurst finish was 8th in 1999. He currently lives in Melbourne.

From 2006, he has decided to retire from full time race driving to devote more time to his PWR business. On 10 October 2008, Paul was involved in a massive crash during a practice session at Bathurst and has not raced since.

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