Nov
30
to Dec 1

The HSRCA’s 2019 Summer Festival - Sydney Motorsport Park

Our last historic race meeting of 2019, the Summer Festival at Sydney Motorsport Park will be held over the 30th of November and 1st of December, 2019.
Entry to the event will open in the second half of 2019 – stay tuned to this space and the Summer Festival page (https://hsrca.com/summer-festival/) for more information.
2019 HSRCA HISTORIC RACE MEETINGS
Autumn Festival – 30-31 March, 2019 at Wakefield Park
The 2019 Sydney Classic – 8-9 June at Sydney Motorsport Park
Spring Festival – 28-29 September at Wakefield Park
Summer Festival – 30 November to 1 December at Sydney Motorsport Park

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Aug
3
to Aug 4

VHRR - Winton Festival of Speed  

Entries open May for all categories of racing, sports and touring cars.

Interested in competing, contact your category manager or club  for more details and to express your interest. Car clubs should register for the giant 2 day display, car show and grand parades.

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May
4
to May 5

HRCC - Autumn Historic Warwick Morgan Park Raceway

The Autumn Historic Warwick race meeting was another enjoyable weekend of historic motorsport in country Queensland. Around 160 entrants took to the 3km long circuit of Morgan Park Raceway with perfect racing weather prevailing. Friday practice took its toll with gremlins reducing the competitors to 144 on Saturday.Historic Touring cars had a huge entry with 43 entrants across Groups Na, Nb and Nc competing not only for club championship points but also two trophy races, the Bill Campbell Trophy for Group N only and the Jack Lacey Trophy for all group N’s.Groups S & T was also a good turnout with 16 cars setting qualifying times. Groups V, Lb and M were combined into a grid where there was some fierce Formula Vee racing. Just one Regularity Trial group for this meeting which was for Sports and Touring Cars with a diverse entry of 23 drivers.HRCC, for a number of years has been actively encouraging Group U Historic Sports Sedans to come out of the woodwork and as such have made grids available at its race meetings. This event attracted 14 entrants and was made different with a Super Sprint format.The faster Sports and Racing cars of Groups O, P, Q and R comprised a grid of 13 cars of which there were two racing cars with ex F1 driver heritage and were the quickest on track for the weekend. The grid also contained six Sports 2000 cars.Formula Fords of various ages made for more open wheel racing with 11 cars entered.Also entertaining was the East Coast Super Mini Challenge. Open to all categories of the infamous Mini, including the modern variants. There were 16 entrants for this Queensland round of the national championship.Click on the link here to see all the results.Thanks go to all the volunteers who made this event a safe and happy race meeting

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Mar
8
to Mar 10

VHRR Phillip Island Classic

Phillip Island Classic Historic Racing in March will feature International and Locally owned World Renowned Cars

The 2019 Phillip Island Classic ‘Festival of Motor Sport’ on 8 – 10 March will feature some of UK’s top historic race cars including the 1964 ex-Salvadori Cooper-Maserati T61P in which Roy Salvadori chased Bruce McLaren to the checkered flag at Silverstone on May 1964.

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May
4
to May 6

Autumn Historic Warwick Race Meeting 4th/5th/6th May

You are invited to enter HRCC’s AUTUMN HISTORIC WARWICK Race Meeting, to be held on 5-6 May 2018 at Morgan Park Raceway, WARWICK Queensland.  Enter now to enjoy this excellent and fun 3km circuit with friendly company and great weather!  As has become tradition, this will be a fabulous event for Touring Car fans, featuring: •Group N Historic Touring Cars, for the ‘Don Thallon Cup’ and the ‘Queensland Cup’ •Group U Historic Sports Sedans and Invited compatible cars in a Super Sprint •Pre-92 Touring Car Regularity Trials •New for 2018: The East Coast Super Mini Challenge -a 4 State series begun in 1972 Also  •A round of the Historic Sports 2000 Championship. • Groups S & T Historic Production Sports Cars Plus other 5th Category Historic Sports and Racing Cars assuming there are sufficient cars in a Group or compatible Groups to form a viable grid, and 2 fields of Regularity Trials.   HRCC envisages that each Competitor will enjoy a Practice/Qualifying session and Four Races/Trials, subject of course to the usual time constraints

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Nov
19
to Nov 20

HSRCA Tasman Trophy

Entries are now open for the 2016 Tasman Trophy at Sydney Motorsport Park this November 19th and 20th, and you are most cordially invited! Click this link to enter through the CAMS Members Portal.

The Historic Sports and Racing Car Association of NSW will return to Sydney Motorsport Park this November 19th and 20th to set the clocks back to the Tasman Series with our spectacular Tasman Trophy historic race meeting.

You are most cordially invited to join us, and entries are now open through CAMS Motor Event Entry. Click this handy link to enter through the CAMS Members Portal.

Log in with your CAMS ID, which should be your CAMS licence number, and the password you nominated for the CAMS Member Portal. If you have forgotten your password, or have not yet nominated one, click ‘Retrieve Your Password’.

The Tasman meeting has been a well-loved feature of the HSRCA calendar for a decade now, and we’re looking forward to returning to the format.

This year’s event will feature a contingent of significant overseas cars. Many of those are Formula Juniors that will be participating in The Tasman Tour 2016 including the Formula Junior Diamond Jubilee World Tour.

The tour is set to begin at Barbagallo Raceway in Perth, before crossing the country to Sandown and then making the journey north to join us for the Tasman Trophy. Once we farewell them, the crew will cross the Tasman and finish with events in New Zealand.

The opportunity to race with international drivers and cars is a special one, so please do join us for this special occasion and make these drivers welcome.

Historic racing is about friends and family, and yours are most welcome to join us at the Tasman Trophy. Along with the usual spectator access, food and the ARDC Garage Kitchen, Bar and Café, we will be providing a quiet, relaxing space for those who’d like to take a breather from the action and enjoy a refreshment or two.

Corporate hospitality and a media room will also be made available. Please get in contact if you are interested in taking this up.

Subject to sufficient grid sizes the meeting should comprise:

  • All Fifth Category groups from J, K & L up to and including Group Q & R cars. Cars that are able to run safely with these groups are most welcome to run as invited cars and these groups will include machinery from Groups P & T, Formula 5000 and others
  • The Tasman Tour 2016 including the Formula Junior Diamond Jubilee World Tour
  • Trophy races for most groups, including perpetual trophies
  • Invited All Lotus Regularity group
  • Commentator’s award for the best driving performance

Unleaded and leaded fuel will be available at the circuit. Camping is also available.

The success of all of our events is thanks to your support and involvement. We’re extremely grateful for your continued support and hope for you to join us once again for a brilliant weekend of motorsport in the summertime.

Please pass this invitation on to friends and family and encourage them to get involved – the more friends we have to race and talk cars with, the better!

We’re looking forward to going racing with you this November.

All enquiries should be directed to the race secretary – Mark Stockwell at sabre@winshop.com.au.

With every good wish for a memorable weekend of classic motorsport,
The HSRCA Race Committee

Event documentation for the 2016 Tasman Trophy at Sydney Motorsport Park is available below:

2016 Tasman Trophy Entry Form [DOC]

2016 Tasman Trophy Supplementary Regulations [PDF]

2016 Tasman Tour Down Under

The Historic Sports and Racing Car Association of New South Wales is very pleased to offer the 2016 Tasman Tour Down Under to international competitors.

The Tasman Tour Down Under will offer event entry and transportation of cars visiting Australia for competition in a series of historic race meetings taking place in October and November of 2016. It will also include the option to continue on to New Zealand for meetings that will be held in January and February of 2016.

The series is a continuation of the highly successful biennial Tasman Revival meetings which the HSRCA has run at Sydney Motorsport Park since 2006. Its Australian leg will include the WA Sporting Car Club’s historic meeting at Barbagallo Raceway over the 22nd and 23rd of October, the Victorian Historic Racing Register’s Historic Sandown at Sandown Park over the 5th and 6th of November and the finale at the HSRCA’s Tasman Trophy this November 19th and 20th.

Each of the 2016 race meetings will include feature events for Formula Junior cars as part of the Diamond Jubilee Tour which is being arranged by the Formula Junior Historic Racing Association.

For the full details, please download the event documentation below:

Tasman Tour Down Under 2016 Event Summary [PDF]

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Sep
22
9:00 AM09:00

HSRCA Spring Historics Wakefield Park

Entry to the HSRCA’s 2016 Spring Historics at Wakefield Park, to be held over the 24th & 25th of September, is now open. Head to CAMS Event Entry here to enter.

The Historic Sports and Racing Car Association of NSW is holding the Wakefield Park Spring Historic Meeting at Wakefield Park over the weekend of the 24th and 25th of September, 2016, and you are most cordially invited!

Entry is open through CAMS Event Entry, which is now accessed through the CAMS Member portal. You can get there by clicking this handy link to the CAMS homepage.

Log in with your CAMS ID, which should be your CAMS licence number, and the password you nominated for the CAMS Member Portal. If you have forgotten your password, or have not yet nominated one click ‘Retrieve Your Password’.

The event promises plenty of quality track time and the relaxed, social atmosphere which makes historic racing so enjoyable. A quiet room will be available for family and partners.

Event documentation for the 2016 Historic Spring meeting at Wakefield Park is available below:

2016 Wakefield Park Spring Historics Supplementary Regulations [PDF]

2016 Wakefield Park Spring Historics Entry Form [DOC]

This meeting will run the weekend following the 40th Anniversary Celebration of All-Historic Racing at Wakefield Park, which is restricted to pre-1962 cars and motorcycles. We will of course cater for JKL and Sa drivers who wish to compete with us and will offer a discounted entry fee to competitors who compete at both events. In addition, Wakefield Park Management has offered free storage of cars for those wishing to compete at both meetings.

Subject to sufficient grid sizes the meeting should comprise:

  • Races for 5th category groups from JKL up to and including Group QR cars that are suitable to run with Group MO
  • Usual grids for JKL
  • Championship or series rounds for several 5th category groups
  • Team enduro for a regularity grid
  • Give someone else a go, helped by discounting second driver entry in same car
  • Possibly a handicap race for drivers over 65 years of age that draws on cars from several CAMS compatible categories
  • Commentator’s award for best driving performance (not necessarily the fastest) in each category over the weekend
  • Observed licence testing on Friday if sufficient people are interested
  • We may invite a compatible non-5th category group if entry numbers necessitate

The HSRCA has engaged Mark Stockwell as race secretary. He will be known to people who competed at the last HRCC meeting at Morgan Park.

Unleaded fuel is available at the circuit. Arrangements will be made with Goulburn airport to obtain leaded racing fuel. Refuelling of cars is not permitted in garages or carports.

Wakefield Park is working to obtain permission for camping at the site from the relevant government authority. They do not expect approval by our meeting date but we will advise you if that becomes available. If you have motorised accommodation with self-contained ablution please contact us.

The success of all of our events is thanks to your support and involvement. We’re extremely grateful for your continued support and hope for you to join us once again for a great weekend of motorsport.

Please pass this invitation on to friends and family and encourage them to get involved – the more friends we have to race and talk cars with, the better!

We’re looking forward to going racing with you this September.

With every good wish for a memorable weekend of classic motorsport,
The HSRCA Race Committee

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