ADPAD AUSSIE RACING CARS ROUND 7 NEWCASTLE SUPER SPRINT ENTRY LIST

A 34 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are ready to race at the final round for 2017 the Newcastle Super Sprint 24-26 Nov (more…)

Adpad Aussie Racing Cars Championship Grand Final

Adpad has secured major naming rights sponsorship of the Aussie Racing Cars Championship for the Newcastle V8 Supercar event to be held on the weekend of 24/26 November 2017. In line with the innovative and forward thinking management style of the Adpad company CEO Daniel Prasad has worked hard to secure major promotional naming rights at the event with Aussie Racing Cars. All the cars in the category will carry prime Adpad identification across the windscreen strips and in the racing pit area. The Adpad signage will be in the faces of every spectator at track and have prime exposure on the live event TV coverage on Foxtel. The Adpad is a tablet style device that doesn’t require an internet connection and delivers a comprehensive…

Round 6 Gold Coast Race Reports

Miss any of the action from Round Six of the Aussie Racing Car Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park?  You can read all about it below. A gallery of images can be seen on the Aussie Racing Car Facebook Page. Sunday Wrap THE LAST race at the sixth and penultimate round of the Aussie Racing Cars Championship Series featured a thrilling and tight finish where Jaie Robson remained steadfast in holding off Kel Treseder by a bare 0.15 seconds. Driving his 6 Star Mustang, Robson grabbed the lead off Treseder (The Kart Centre/Team Navy Camaro) on lap nine of the 11-lap event and withstood the challenges offered by the latter. The consolation for Treseder is that he won the round. Third place went to Blake Sciberras (Millennium building Services Mustang) ahead Joel Heinrich (Osborns Transport…

Gold Coast 600 2017 Preview

THE PENULTIMATE round of the 2017 Aussie Racing Car Championship is about set to rock and roll on the Gold Coast, and as close as it can get to being the home round with the ARC headquarters based just 15 mins up the road from the GC600 track. In what has already been a huge year so far round six looks set to upstage the events already run, 30 cars are locked in to “set the streets alive” as they say.  Undoubtedly one of the toughest race meetings on the schedule the Surfers Paradise street circuit is your typical concrete jungle, completely lined with 2 tonne blocks to keep the drivers honest over the 2.9km circuit. Its four years since the pocket rockets have raced…

ROUND 6 GOLD COAST 600 ENTRY LIST

A 30 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are ready to race at the Gold Coast 600 - 20-22 Oct (more…)

Round Five SMP Race Reports

Miss any of the action from Round Five of the Aussie Racing Car Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park?  You can read all about it below. A gallery of images can be seen on the Aussie Racing Car Facebook Page. Sunday Report Races 2-3-4 JAMES DUCKWORTH (RDA Brakes Camaro) continued his great form with another two scratch race wins today, as well as a second in the reverse top-14 grid event. On two occasions, he had to concede the early running to Kel Treseder (The Kart Centre/Team Navy Camaro) but overcame that for clear victories. Treseder finished second overall while Blade Sciberras (Investment Homes Millennium Building Group Mustang) was third. Treseder led the first three laps of race two before Duckworth took over for the duration. In…

Round Five Super Sprint Weekend Wrap

(Checkout our gallery of images here on the Aussie Racing Cars Facebook Page.) THE FIFTH round of the Aussie Racing Cars 2017 Championship was held at Sydney Motorsport Park under cold and extremely windy conditions last weekend. Defending champion James Duckworth (RDA Brakes Camaro) stamped his mark once more on the field after winning the same round last year.  Fastest in qualifying Duckworth won 3 of the 4 races and finished second in race three, he also set a new lap record of 1:42.9783 on Sunday morning, Kel Treseder (KKP Motorsport Camaro) continued to improve his form to take second outright for the weekend with Blake Sciberras (Western Sydney Motorsport Mustang) banking a healthy set of points to come home third. The weekend got off…

All Eyes on Sydney Round Five

ITS ALMOST 12 months since the Aussie Racing Cars visited Sydney Motorsport Park (SMP) the class was there in September last year where they featured on the NSW CAMS Championship round, this year, like all of the 7 rounds the pocket rockets feature on the under-card with the Supercars. A field of 31 cars are entered for the four race weekend, this Friday the drivers will get two runs on the Eastern Creek based circuit.  Amazingly the practice session kicks off at 7.05am so the guys and gals will be expecting a cool start to the day, qualifying is at a more respectable time of 11.20-11.40am, the 20 minute session is where it all has to come together, there are at least 10-12 cars that…

ROUND 5 SYDNEY MOTORSPORT PARK ENTRY LIST

A 31 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are ready to race at the Red Rooster Sydney Super Sprint - 18-20 Aug (more…)

Charlotte Poynting awarded WAMS Junior Development Scholarship

The Women of Australian Motor Sport (WAMS) committee today congratulated 18-year-old New South Wales racer Charlotte Poynting as the 2017/2018 recipient of the WAMS Junior Development Scholarship, supported by CAMS. Beginning in karts aged 12, Poynting placed top-three in multiple state titles, won the women’s nationals in both Clubman Light and Senior National Light and then progressed into the Aussie Racing Cars series over a year ago where she currently competes. Since joining the category, she has won eight Women’s Championship Trophies out of the nine events she’s entered, currently leads the CAMS Women’s Championship and last year became the first female to win an Aussie Racing Car race in the category’s history. “I’m so excited to have been selected as the WAMS Development Scholarship…

Round Four Townsville 400 Weekend Wrap

MANY OF the Aussie Racing Car teams were quite pleased to be heading north last week, temps in Sydney and Melbourne saw their days starting around 1C, whereas winter in North Queensland saw the drivers and crews basking in 18-27C the entire time. Twenty-six cars had made the trek north, 25 were on track, the 1 missing was Shane Dale’s FG Holden which just happened to be Mark Duckworth’s first ever Aussie Racing Car, Mark is the father of our current champion James, Dales car was on display in the ARC Pits all weekend.  (see our Facbook Gallery for photos of this old car). Also missing in action was Ruth Bowler, she has been a little unwell lately and we (and her fans) missed her…

Round Four Townsville 400 Race Reports

Miss any of the action from Round Four of the Aussie Racing Car Championship at Townsville's Reid Park?  You can read all about it below. A gallery of images can be seen on the Aussie Racing Car Facebook Page. Race Four Report - Sunday Peter Carr has taken another victory in race four of the Aussie Racing Car Series on the streets of Townsville which also saw him take the round win, Carr was one of only two drivers who had previously raced the Reid Park circuit. Before the red lights went out drama struck Cobi Rontaunay (CMR Motorsport Camaro) who pulled up on the track during the formation lap when a tail shaft broke and Blake Scibberas (Western Sydney Motorsport Mustang) entered pitlane with…

Joshua Anderson unveils new Camaro

Joshua Anderson has unveiled his new Perenso sponsored Camaro ahead of his ARC debut at round 4 of the championship in Townsville.  

Round 4 Townsville Entry List

A 30 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are ready to race at the Watpac Townsville 400 Round - 7-9 July (more…)

Women’s Cup presented by CAMS

MEDIA RELEASE 31 May 2017 Aussie Racing Cars teams up with CAMS to support women’s participation in motor sport The Confederation of Australian Motor Sport has reinforced its strong commitment to women’s participation in motor sport by lending its support to the Aussie Racing Cars Women’s Cup presented by CAMS. CAMS’ endorsement of the title also extends to two major prizes, which will be presented to the series’ leading lady. Not only will the winner of the Aussie Racing Cars Women’s Cup presented by CAMS be invited to attend the annual CAMS Motor Sport Awards Gala Dinner in Melbourne to receive the trophy, she will also be awarded a $2000 Virgin Australia Travel Voucher. The title represents an elevation in the status of the Ladies’…