The Dunlop Super2 Series always has spectators at the edge of their seats with the 2017 season providing a tight open contest up until the last race.
The series remains the core breeding ground for future Supercar stars and can’t go unmissed with past drivers graduating to race in the main game.
Mark Winterbottom, Lee Holdsworth, Michael Caruso, Scott McLaughlin, Tim Slade, David Reynolds, Cameron Waters, James Moffatt, Chaz Mostert are all part of the elite group of past Dunlop Super2 Series driver’s now competing in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.
2018 will prove to be another stellar year as young talent Todd Hazelwood (2017 DS2 Series Champion), Anton De Pasqualie, Jack LeBrocq and Ritchie Stanaway all advance to take part in the Supercars Championship.
SuperUtes will storm onto the circuit in 2018, representing a whole new automotive segment on-track.
Replacing the traditional V8 Utes, this next era of Ute racing, dual-cab, turbo diesel machines are set to give the 2018 Virgin Australia Supercars Championship an exciting new feel.
Making their debut at the Adelaide 500, the Holden Colorado, Toyota Hilux, Ford Ranger, Mitsibushi Triton, Mazda BT-50 and Isuzu D-Max form this exhilarating line-up.
The Toyota 86 Race Series, under the official banner of Toyota Racing Australia, has been running at Supercars events annually since 2016.
As a one make category it gives developing grass roots talent the chance to race on even terms against select high profile drivers.
Toyota 86 Race Series cars compete with a strictly policed performance pack and run on Dunlop control tyres.
With a $125 000 prize pool, large fields and Supercars talent scouts looking on, Toyota 86 drivers are set to turn on plenty of close entertaining racing.
Touring Car Masters is Australia’s top series for retro Touring Cars from the classic period of muscle car competition between 1964 and 1979.
The series, more 'retro' than 'historic', brings together some of the most iconic brands and models from Muscle Car history and creates a racing series full of unique sounds, sights and an on-track product like no other.
There's Ford and Holden, of course, but also classic US-Muscle like Mustang and Camaro, AMC, Valliants, Chryslers, AMC and even Porsche's.
TCM cars are loud, fast, sideways and exciting. The drivers are heroes and include some of the most famous names in the sport, including Bathurst legends Jim Richards and John Bowe, new champion Steven Johnson and 2017 challengers Adam Bressington, Ryan Hansford, Jason Gomersall, Eddie Abelnica and more.
TCM contests seven rounds across Australia, all of them running with the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.
As one of the region’s best sports car series, Porsche Wilson Security Carrera Cup Australia is set for a bumper season in 2018; one that will see new cars, new tracks and a fully subscribed field of Pro and Pro-Am racers.
One of the key drawcards to the 2018 season is the introduction of the new Porsche 911 GT3 Cup car. Born on the 911 production line in Stuttgart, the second-generation 991 series 911 race car made its track debut in 2017 in Europe and North America before Australia adopted the new race-bred 911 in 2018. The new 911 is faster, safety and more affordable than its predecessor, improving the overall racing experience for Porsche’s teams, drivers and fans trackside.
And in 2018, Carrera Cup will be more visible than ever. Exclusively on Formula 1 and Supercars events, every race of the season will be broadcast live in Australia, while 12 of the series’ 13 races from its largest four events will be televised live on free-to-air Network Ten.
As the championship is owned and operated by Porsche Cars Australia, the brand ensures Carrera Cup is run at the highest standard by Porsche’s in-house motorsport team.
Full fields, new cars and some of Australia’s best Pro and Pro-Am sports car drivers… Be sure to follow the Porsche Wilson Security Carrera Cup Australia championship in 2018..
More information regarding the autograph sessions at the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 will be confirmed closer to the event.
Make sure you head to the Supercars Paddock area at the rear of the Supercars garages where the behind-the-scenes action takes place.
From inside the paddock, fans can see the amazing purpose built transporters, teams working in the garages and maybe even grab an autograph from a driver.
WHERE TO FIND
Rear of the Supercars Garages
Visit the Merchandise Alley to stock up on your favourite Team’s merchandise and Supercars gear. Plus check out some of the stunt team vehicles on display, enjoy a drink at the bars and grab a bite to eat.
WHERE TO FIND
Merchandise Alley is located in the Harris Park Merchandise Area, located along pit straight on the grandstand side, and on the mountain on the campground site.
Stock up on your favourite Team’s merchandise and Supercars gear. Plus, check out some of the stunt team vehicles on display.