Wests Tigers hit the track

Wests Tigers players lead by injured star Keith Galloway last week joined staff from Club sponsors Hyundai and Phil Gilbert Motor Group to be put through their paces on a safe driving course.


The players and staff were run through the basics of safe and defensive driving by the professionals at Drive to Survive at Sydney's Eastern Creek, before jumping in the Hyundai cars to hit the track.


Wests Tigers front rower Keith Galloway couldn't get behind the wheel due to injury but was still enjoyed the day and told Wests Tigers TV he'd take a lot away.


"It was awesome, I can't drive but being a passenger has been fun," said Galloway.


"I've learnt quite a bit, proper seating, blind spots and just to be aware of all things around you in the car.


"Anything can happen so you need to be alert non-stop."


Wests Tigers corporate partnership executive Ian Fraser was delighted with the initiative from Club partners Hyundai and Phil Gilbert Motor Group.


"We're putting the boys through their paces in a defensive driving course," said Fraser.


"It fits in really well with Phil Gilbert and Hyundai as community partners.


"It's all about safe driving."


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