2023 Super Series


The Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series (ARC) is proud to confirm a 6 round Championship for season 2023 which will commence on the streets of Newcastle at the biggest and best Supercars event of the year, the Thrifty Newcastle 500.  

From Newcastle the category will travel to QLD to join the Australian Superbike Championship at Tony Quinn’s significantly upgraded Queensland Raceway. Following on from a successful 2022 event supporting the ASBK at Wakefield Park, ARC will again support Australia’s premier motorcycle championship.  

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

Round 3 of the series sees the category make its traditional trip to Tasmania, a circuit that suits the little pocket rockets perfectly and produces some of the best racing you’ll see anywhere!

The category then heads North to the Territory and Northern QLD for the Darwin Triple Crown in June followed by the Townsville 500 in July.  

Two premier events on the Supercars calendar, which are televised Free to air, on the Seven Network in addition to Foxtel and Kayo.  Which in addition to Newcastle which is also designated a free to air TV event means that ARCs 2023 series will enjoy a vastly improved television package with more Network Seven coverage than any recent season.

Aussie Racing Cars will then travel to New Zealand to race at Tony Quinn’s Highlands Motorsport Park, joining Highland’s 10thAnniversary Birthday Celebrations.  

This special event is shaping up to be one of the biggest motorsport festivals to ever be held in New Zealand and will see a 6-hour GT Endurance Race as the main event and for Aussie Race Cars the Trans-Tasman Cup will be awarded which comprises two rounds being the VALO Adelaide 500 which was run in December 2022, and the Highlands round.

“We are thrilled to announce the 2023 Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series and we’re proud to have secured a calendar that incorporates a great mix of street circuits and permanent racetracks. Events like Darwin, Townsville, Newcastle, Highlands are all great holiday locations, and have the festival feel and atmosphere which all our drivers and teams absolutely love” Brad Ward, ARC.

2023 Race Schedule
Round 1
Thrifty Newcastle 500
Repco Supercars Championship
Mar 10-12
Round 2
Queensland Raceway
Australian Super Bike Championship
Apr 28-30
Round 3
NED Whisky Tasmania SuperSprint
Repco Supercars Championship
May 19-21
Round 4
Betr Darwin Triple Crown
Repco Supercars Championship
Jun 16-18
Round 5
NTI Townsville 500
Repco Supercars Championship
Jul 7-9
Round 6
Highlands Motorsport Park, New Zealand
10th Anniversary of Highlands
Nov 3-5