2021 Super Series

The 2021 Super Series is here

Aussie Racing Cars are proud to welcome Battery World as the naming rights partner of the 2021 Super Series.  The Battery World story began in 1997, with the first store opening in North Queensland. Since then, Battery World has been able to expand from its humble beginnings to become the largest and most comprehensive Australian battery retail franchise, with over 110 stores across Australia.

World has been able to separate itself from the competitive market. Battery World team members, the Batteryologists are everyday people who have a passion for all things batteries and helping their customers by providing battery solutions no matter how big or small. 

As part of the Battery World partnership, Yuasa Batteries will become the official battery of the Aussie Racing Cars and all cars competing in the championship will be fitted with a Yuasa battery. 

The 2021 Super Series combines the two biggest and best events on this years Australian Motorsport Calendar, the Bathurst 500 and Gold Coast 600 with three Motorsport Australia & TCR events at circuits that not only suit our little pocket rockets perfectly, but circuits that haven’t formed part of our series for many years.

Both Sandown in the heart of Melbourne and Morgan Park in regional QLD are guaranteed to provide the same exhilarating racing action that ARC is renowned for.  In addition to these great events, our annual trip south to Symmons plains is both a crowd and driver favourite and with a recent increase in the federal government’s freight equalisation scheme* could offer a more sustainable event for all.

Supercars will return to the Seven Network in 2021 after securing a new five-year broadcast deal. Under the new deal, Foxtel remains the main service for Supercars, broadcasting every practice, qualifying and race of the championship and Aussie Race Cars will receive the same sensational TV coverage as the main game*. 

In addition to the Foxtel coverage, certain Supercars events will also be shown live on free to air Network 7 and for ARC these include the Bathurst 500* and GC600*.  Inclusion of ARC in the free to air 7 broadcast is being finalised and we expect that select ARC races at these events will also be shown on free to air television*.

ARC will also leverage the Motorsport Australia TV broadcast which is expected to include free-to-air coverage on 7mate and live stream on Seven’s innovative 7plus app. 

Racing alongside Australia’s premier race categories, Supercars and TCR and partnering with the sports governing body, Motorsport Australia provides the category unprecedented benefits in 2021.

2022 Race Schedule
Round 1
Sydney Motorsport Park
March 4-6
Round 2
Symmons Plains, TAS
March 26-27
Round 3
Australian Super Bike Championship
Wakefield Park, NSW
April 22-24
Round 4
Bathurst 12 Hour
Mount Panorama, NSW
May 13-15
Round 5
Winton Raceway, VIC
May 20-22
Round 6
The Bend, SA
July 29-31
Round 7
Sandown Raceway, VIC
August 19-21