Tag Archives: Queensland Raceway


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…)


Aussie Racing Cars

Did you miss any of the Aussie Racing Cars action from the Fourth Round at Queensland Raceway for the Supercars event?  We have these for you below. If you’d like to see all the exciting action you can review the photographs here from our Facebook Gallery. WINNERS – Round 4 Coates Hire Ipswich SuperSprint 1st Justin Ruggier - Western Sydney Motorsport 2nd Joel Heinrich - Osborns Transport 3rd Blake Sciberras  - Western Sydney Motorsport Rookie: Kyle Ensbey - Uber Graphics Gold cup: Tony Quinn - Aussie Racing Cars Masters Cup: Leigh Bowler - Conplex Construction Friday Wrap IT STARTED from the moment the lights went out and continued all the way to the chequered flag. Kyle Ensbey (Mustang) Kel Treseder (Camaro) battled all the way, exchanging the lead on several occasions before Ensbey scored a…


A 29 car field of Aussie Racing Cars are ready to race at the fourth round for 2018 Championship at the Coates Hire Ipswich Supercars SuperSprint (more…)

2016 Series Winners

After all the racing across two countries and 5 states and territories was all said and done the following stood out from the rest as the class winners for 2016. 1st Outright - James Duckworth 292pts 2nd Outright - Craig Woods 285pts 3rd Outright - Kel Treseder 281pts 4th Outright - Ben Walsh 270pts 5th Outright - Brendon Pingel 264pts   Masters Cup 1st Ben Walsh 300pts 2nd Grant Ludbey 300pts (countback) 3rd Craig Thompson 282pts 4th Grant Thompson 281pts 5th Leigh Bowler 275pts Gold Cup 1st Brendon Tucker 302pts 2nd Jeff Watters 294pts 3rd Glenn McNamara 293pts 4th Michael Rinkin 280pts 5th Ian Chivas 224pts Rookies Trophy 1st Kel Treseder 303pts 2nd Zac Best 286pts 3rd Leigh Bowler 266pts 4th Reece Chapman 248pts 5th…

Aussie Racing Cars Round 4 Queensland Raceway Weekend Wrap

THE FOURTH round of the Aussie Racing Cars Championship has seen mixed fortunes for some, outstanding success for others with a mix of disasters to fight backs across the field.  Without a doubt the Aussie Racing Cars were the outstanding class in all of the races at the Queensland Raceway event. From the word go on Friday morning Kel Treseder (KKP Motorsport Camaro) was to set the pace for the weekend, if you could beat Treseder you were going to be on top, however one or two came close but none managed.  With 3 wins from 4 races he was destined to be on the top step of the podium. Trying hard to match the Queenslanders speed were two Sydneyites in James Duckworth (RDA Brakes/Rinkin Racing…

Round 4 Facebook Live Video’s

This weekend Aussie Racing Cars tested the Facebook Live functionality and found it quite a good way to bring the fans closer to the Teams and people involved with the Aussie Racing Cars Series.  Below we've embedded them into this post for you to view at your leisure. Please feel free to share on your own Facebook pages.  Here is a link to the Aussie Racing Cars Facebook Page FACEBOOK LIVE: Prize Giving at the end of the Weekend FACEBOOK LIVE:  After the last Race at Queensland Raceway FACEBOOK LIVE:  Live in the Pits Sunday Morning FACEBOOK LIVE:  Live in the Aussie Racing Car pits Saturday FACEBOOK LIVE:  Friday before the teams hit the track

Round 4 Queensland Raceway Race Reports

Race Report:  Queensland Raceway Round 4, Race 4 BY WINNING the fourth and final race, Kel Treseder has taken out the Aussie Racing Cars Championship Series fourth round at Queensland Raceway and in doing so has also set a new Lap Record of 1:21.0177 for the class. Treseder (Fluid Management Australia Chev Camaro) started off the outside of the front row and chased series leader and pole man James Duckworth (RDA Brakes Nissan Altima) around the Willowbank circuit for the first two laps and took over the lead on lap three. It was a lead he would not relinquish although he was under pressure when Craig Woods (Sinclair Ford Mustang) who emerged from the ensuing pack to be Treseder major rival. Woods closed the gap to…

Home circuit return for pocket rockets

QUEENSLAND RACEWAY could benefit the home teams at the fourth round of the Aussie Racing Cars Championship Series at the Ipswich circuit. The event is effectively home turf for the category and many of the teams that reside in the near proximity have been able to test in recent times. It will be more difficult for their interstate rivals as Aussie Racing Cars have not had a series round at this track since 2014. The home teams may well have the advantage having tested here just days before, however like the Supercars sometimes the home town advantage can get the better of you, and with a packed grid of over 30 cars everyone will be vying for a step on the podium and to bank…

Round 4 Queensland Raceway Entry List

A 38 car field is ready to race at Ipswich's Queensland Raceway Circuit July 22-24 (more…)