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Inky Tulloch Wikipedia
Ian "Inky" Tulloch, QSO, JP (born 21 October 1950) is a New Zealand racing-driver and a former politician in both local and national politics. He is most famous for his career in racing saloon cars as well as for being the last Mayor of Mataura before it became part of the Gore District Council. His father was Malcolm "Mac" Tulloch, a man who had been the Mayor of Mataura twice between 1959–1962 and between 1968–1970.
Tulloch's extensive racing career has spanned four decades within which he participated in 119 races. During his career, Tulloch achieved 7 wins and 21 podium finishes. The notable competitions in which he raced were the Australian Production Car Championship, NZ Truth V8s Championship, Parker ENZED NZV8s Championship, and the NZ Production Car Championship.
In 2016 he crashed during a 1 hour endurance race in his Honda Integra clubmans saloon car and was taken to hospital in a critical condition.
Tulloch was elected Mayor of Mataura in 1983 and remained in office until the council ceased to exist in 1989. Tulloch contested the 1996 election for the Christian Coalition and was placed ninth on their party list. He was the first president of the United Future party.