The Aussie Racing Cars will make a return to the historic Sandown International Motor Raceway as part of a revamped calendar for its 2020 season. The popular pint-sized racers will support some of the nation’s biggest motorsport events next year, including long-awaited returns to both Sandown and Mount Panorama. The latter is the venue for the season-opener, when Aussie Racing Cars supports the burgeoning Bathurst 12 Hour. While it will be Aussie Racing Cars’ first time at the once-around-the-clock enduro event, the series has a strong history on the mountain which includes the modern day 12 Hours’ forerunner, the Bathurst International Motor Festival and Supercars Bathurst 1000 events. Round 2 will be held at another heritage circuit, with Aussie Racing Cars to leave the mainland…


Our 20th Anniversary Year of racing has been run and won, we have crowned a new Champion for 2019 and all our class winners at our Gala Dinner in Newcastle after our final race on Sunday. FULL RESULTS 2019 Aussie Racing Cars Champion Justin Ruggier 2nd Place Kel Treseder 3rd Place Josh Anderson 4th Place Leigh Bowler 5th Place Blake Sciberras Ladies Trophy 1st Place Charlotte Poynting Racing 2nd Place Emma Clark Racing Gold Cup 1st Place Johnathan Bloxsom 2nd Place Craig Thompson 3rd Place Jeff Watters 4th Place Ian Chivas 5th Place Sam Chester Masters Cup 1st Place Leigh Bowler 2nd Place Adam Clark 3rd Place Grant Thomo 2019 Rookie Kody Garland Racing Gerald Daniels Trophy for Engineering Excellence Ian Chivas & Team 2019 Best Presented Car Motorsport 25 - Reece Chapman   Round 7 Newcastle…


An amazing 35 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are assembled for the seventh and final round of the 2019 Championship in our 20th year, round 7 at the Newcastle 500 Street race. Plus see our race schedule at the bottom of the list. (more…)


The Aussie Racing Cars are set to return to Mount Panorama Bathurst in 2020 as the support class to the Bathurst 12 Hour, the opening round of the 2020 Intercontinental GT Challenge, January 31-February 2 for the first round of our 21st Year.  The balance of the calendar, 6 more rounds will be revealed in coming days. The pocket rockets last raced the famous circuit in 2015 in support of the Supercars which saw 33 cars line up, the plan for 2020 is to trump that with a capacity grid. The Bathurst 12Hour posted our welcome today: THE ever-popular Aussie Racing Cars will join a packed on-track program for the first time next year. Organisers have promised ‘wall-to-wall’ track activity in between Bathurst 12 Hour sessions…

Round 6 2019 Championship Gold Coast 600 Entry List

A 30 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are assembled for the sixth and penultimate round of the 2019 Championship in our 20th year, round 6 at the Vodafone Gold Coast 600 in Queensland. Plus see our race schedule at the bottom of the list. (more…)


The 2018 Aussie Racing Cars champion Joel Heinrich took the round win over the weekend at The Bend Motorsport Park, but he didn't have it all his own way, tough racing at the top of the field saw Justin Ruggier fire the first shot with pole on Friday afternoon, and a win in the last race on Sunday, Kel Treseder also took a win with Heinrich winning the other two races.  Stand out for the weekend was Luke Fraser who had 3 third spots and a 6th which was enough for 3rd outright, Ruggier was second for the weekend. ROUND 5 WINNERS: 1st Outright: Joel Heinrich 2nd Outright: Justin Ruggier 3rd Outright: Luke Fraser Gold Cup: Jonathan Bloxsom Masters Cup: Leigh Bowler Rookie: Luke Fraser SEE ALL…

Round 5 2019 Championship The Bend Entry List

A 23 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are assembled for the fifth round of the 2019 Championship in our 20th year, round 5 at The Bend Motorsport Park South Australia. (more…)


Aussie Racing Cars are proud to announce the Paul Morris Motorsports Driver Development Award this weekend at the Fourth Round of the 2019 Championships at Queensland Raceway. "In our 20th year its fantastic to have the support from Paul Morris Motorsport, Paul has raced with us a number of times over the years himself, but he's also put some young drivers in our cars and its great to see these drivers step to the likes of Supercars," said Brad Ward Aussie Racing Cars category manager. Our fourth round drivers will be in to win the Driver Development Award, and the prize will be given out at our podium on Sunday afternoon. The Award will enable the winner to spend time at the Norwell Motorplex with…


A 22 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are assembled for the fourth round of the 2019 Championship in our 20th year, round 4 at the Queensland Super Sprint. (more…)


Round three of the 2019 Aussie Racing Cars, the Drive the NT Aussie Race Car Challenge has seen the series leader Justin Ruggier extend his lead even more winning all three rounds so far. Out of the box Ruggier was going to be tough to beat, he was fastest in Friday's practice, then took pole with 3 wins out of 4 races, and second in the last. There was a bevy of other drivers trying to knock him off his perch, Paul Morris, Kel Treseder, Joel Heinrich, Blake Sciberras, Daniel Price all took turns at the lead over the course of the weekend.  The only other driver to win was Treseder who won the final race of the weekend, leading from lights out to flag fall. …

Round 3 2019 Championship Darwin Entry List

A 28 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are assembled for the third round of the 2019 Championship in our 20th year, round 3 at the Darwin Super Sprint for the Drive the NT Aussie Race Car Challenge. (more…)

Round Two Tasmania SuperSprint

THE CURTAIN has closed on one of the best weekends of Aussie Racing Cars racing, round two the Tasmanian SuperSprint at Symmons Plains Raceway provided some of the best racing ever seen by the class in its 20 years. Western Sydney Motorsport were the form team with Justin Ruggier taking the overall spoils for the race meeting and Super2 ace Bryce Fullwood coming third, team owner Craig Thompson also won the Gold Cup. They didn't have it all their own way however, right through all four races there was a bevy of drivers vying for the top spots, Sean Rose Motorsports class acts were Daniel Price who put his Camaro on pole in qualifying, and Adam Uebergang who was second for the round overall. In the…


One of the Aussie Racing Cars "colourful characters" joins us once again, the gentle giant that is Adam Uebergang is set to join the class at next weekend's second round down in Tasmania. Uebergang last ran with the Aussie Cars at our final round of the 2018 Championship on the Gold Coast where he finished 5th for the weekend in his Uebergang Transport Camaro.  Although for the past couple of seasons he's been unable to do the whole year, he has chosen the long distance events (travel wise) to run in, Adam ran last year at the Darwin special invitation round. Forever with a smile on his face he enjoys the battle of racing - especially the close racing that the pocket rockets provide.  Symmons…


Our 2018 Champion Joel Heinrich will join the field at the second round of the 2019 Championship, Heinrich used his couple of years in the Aussie Cars to step up to the Supercars Super2 series, the second tier to the main game for 2019. The Super2 series are not due to have their second round of the year until the Supercars Round 5 at the PIRTEK SuperNight event at Barbagallo Raceway. "I'm super stoked the opportunity has come up that I can jump back behind the wheel of an Aussie Car for round two down in Tassie, where I first made my ARC Debut." said Heinrich "With such a big gap between round 1 and 2 of the Super2 series it will be good to…

Round 2 2019 Championship Tasmania Entry List

A 20 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are assembled for the second round of the 2019 Championship in our 20th year, round 2 at the Tasmania Super Sprint (more…)