Massive 40-car entry for Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series in Townsville

A massive star-studded 40-car entry list has been confirmed to take on the Reid Park Street Circuit in Townsville for Round 4 of the Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series this weekend.

The hybrid circuit featuring both permanent and temporary sections is a challenging facility, but has been a fixture of the Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series for many seasons, making a return last year to the schedule.

Headlining the entry list will be series leader Joel Heinrich, who has been recognised for a superb run in the category over the past few seasons, by being ranked inside the top 100 globally on website DriverDB’s ranking - making him the highest ranked driver in any Australian motorsport category outside of Supercars.

The South Australian has enjoyed plenty of success this season so far in the Osborn’s Transport Mustang, but the likes of Western Sydney Motorsport’s Cody Brewczynski, who won twice in Townsville last year, Reece Chapman for Guardian Interlock Systems/Motorsport25 and MTA NSW-supported driver Kody Garland will certainly add to the competition.

Not to be discounted, Riskie Racing’s Brandon Madden, Anthony DiMauro for Koan Solutions, leading Rookie Cup contenders Mason Harvey and Jordan Freestone, Masters Cup leader Kent Quinn, and of course Bathurst Triple Crown victor Paul Morris also provide strong depth to the field.

Another notable name familiar to race fans around the country heading to Townsville will be Tony Quinn, who will have his work cutout for him in the Gold Cup with Chad Chapman - both of whom will be battling their sons Kent and Reece respectively.

For the first time this year, the Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series Women’s Championship Trophy is on the line as Mable’s Emma Clark faces fierce competition from former Porsche Carrera Cup Australia regular Courtney Prince in the Black Diamond Building and Construction Euro GT.

The Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series will contest four races as support to the NTI Townsville 500 on July 5-7.


Friday, July 5

Practice 1 7:55am AEST

Qualifying 10:35am AEST

Race 1 2:05pm AEST

Saturday, July 6

Race 2 11:30am

Sunday, July 7

Race 3 8:40am

Race 4 10:40am

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2024 Schedule
Round 1
Bathurst 500
Supercars Championship
Feb 23-25
Round 2
Queensland Raceway
Australian Super Bike Championship
Apr 26-28
Round 3
Supercars Championship
May 17-19
Round 4
Townsville 500
Supercars Championship
July 5-7
Round 5
Symmons Plains
Supercars Championship
Aug 16-18
Round 6
Phillip Island Circuit
Australian Superbike Championship
Sep 7-8
Round 7
Gold Coast 500
Supercars Championship Championship
Oct 25-27