About Me

Colin Sandercock | September, 2017

Below are a few items that may be of interest about my life.

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I work in the IT industry, currently in the service management area. Over the years, I have worked for or consulted to many companies. Amongst the more well known are:

  • BHP
  • Westpac
  • IBM Asia Pacific
  • SOCOG (Sydney Organising Committee Olympic Games)
  • Hill and Knowlton
  • Multisoft Australia
  • Telstra
  • N.S.W. Dept of Education

As a part of my work, I have visited a number of cities. These include:

  • Adelaide
  • Singapore
  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Boston
  • Melbourne
  • Hong Kong
  • Auckland
  • Wellington
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Alfa Romeo 4C

After many years languishing with mediocre cars, lack of finance and support from Fiat (the parent company - who were directing funds to correct the problems in the Chrysler/Jeep divisions), Alfa Romeo finally released the 4C, and now have it available in right hand drive. With a 12 month wait from order to delivery, I ordered mine in June 2015, to 2016 specifications. Alfa Romeo 'rushed' my order, building it (hand built at the Maseratti factory in Modena) in September 2015, and delivering it in January, 2016. As far as I am able to determine, it is the only black (let alone 'all black') Alfa Romeo 4C in Australia. For more information about the 'world's smallest supercar', press the 'More' button below.


Honda CBR1100XX Blackbird

The Honda CBR1100XX Super Blackbird was Honda's flagship motorcycle from 1996 to 2007. Built to showcase Honda as the premier motorcycle manufacturer, with the fastest and most all-round high performance sports-tourer. The above video is one of the many videos that Honda produced to advertise this motorcycle, named after the SR-71 Blackbird - still the fastest aircraft ever built. (The Blackbird name couldn't be used by Honda in the USA). Click the 'More' button below to see more information about this iconic motorcycle.

Family Tree

Family Tree

I have spent many years researching my family tree. It contains information on both the Sandercock (paternal) and Rashleigh (maternal) sides. My research is stored using Leisterpro Reunion (which I have used for many years), and publish to the web using Humo-Gen (a free genealogy web site template). It enforces privacy on both data and images, controlled by a login. If you require access to the data beyond that which is publically available, please contact me using the link on the genealogy web pages. Click the 'More' button below to open a new tab for the family tree.