Well, the 2018 Energy Breakthrough may have come to an end – BUT let us help you re-live those moments with our EBTV video collection!
Our EB social media team were super at this year’s event (as always). This year they welcome two brand NEW presenters in Lachy Steed and Bronte Harrop and were working to an all-new brief: Their mission was to capture more of the TRYathlon, Pushcarts, Presentations and Innovations In Technology aspects of the event – alongside our traditionally popular HPV & EEV action. There’s plenty of footage still in the editing suite, too!
Footy fans might want to keep their eyes peeled keen to look out for AFL great and Hawthorn Premiership player, Shane Crawford, who was trackside to support his son on debut.
Check out their awesome video clips in our EBTV18 YouTube playlist:
Wednesday / Thursday Wrap
Take a look at some snippets of what happened down at the 2018 Energy Breakthrough on Wednesday evening and Thursday morning. Follow our teams through Scrutineering, Display & Presentation and Design & Construction.
Today’s daily wrap checks out all the action from the Display & Presentation and HPV Class A Night Practice Session. Watch as we go trackside with Lachy Steed.
Check out all the footage from our trackside Pushcart action Friday …
There’s no denying that Saturday is one of the most action-packed days of the Energy Breakthrough, and 2018 you did not disappoint. Keep an eye out for AFL great and Hawthorn Premiership player, Shane Crawford, in this clip! Check out the latest video with all the trackside action from Saturday.
Check out our Sunday Daily Wrap for everything HPV and EEV. Watch as our teams cross the line for the last time in 2018 and follow our team as they make their way through the crowd seconds after the race ended. All we can say is WOW!
On Board Footage – Rode RAGE
Ever wanted to see the track from the inside of one of our entrants? We jumped on-board with Rode Rage during their Friday Night Practice Session and captured their fastest lap of the night. Let us know in the comments what you think about being in the rider’s seat as we go for a trip around Track 1.