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There's plenty happening at the Coates Hire Ipswich SuperSprint for the whole family

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The next generation of Australian racers will carve a name for themselves in the CAMS PAYCE Formula 4 Championship. Racing on the same tracks as their Virgin Australia Supercars Championship heroes, it is the first step on the motor racing pathway after karting.

Despite many of the teenage drivers not holding a road licence, they’re more than capable at racing up to 200km/h. The 1.6 litre turbo, modern carbon fibre chassis and sticky Hankook tyres promote close racing and develops critical race craft skills.

Past Australian Formula 4 graduates have stepped up to higher categories in Australia and abroad.

LEARN MORE: formula4.com.au



SuperUtes have stormed 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, Mitsubishi Triton, Mazda BT-50 and Isuzu D-Max form an exhilarating line-up.

LEARN MORE: Supercars.com/superutes



The Kumho Tyre Australian V8 Touring Car Series provides a competition home for genuine ex-V8 Supercars. Many of the cars are historically significant race cars with an increasing number running in original livery, and fans can identify with their successes in the hands of some of the sport’s greatest drivers and teams.

The drivers are a mixture of the next ‘up and coming’ stars of the series, to experienced hands who have stepped away from professional driving, and enthusiastic amateurs keen to be involved in the sport. The result of this mixture is highly entertaining racing throughout the field.

Many of the cars are run by professional teams with considerable experience in the sport, including Brad Jones Racing, Eggleston Motorsport, Matt Stone Racing, Image Racing, MW Motorsport and more.

The Kumho V8s are crowd pleasers: Real Holden & Ford racing with an eclectic mix of cars and drivers, and a ‘where have these guys been’ factor!

LEARN MORE: v8touringcars.com.au


Ausie Racing Cars

Always a crowd favourite, the Aussie Racing Cars will be back in 2018.

Despite their small size these cars have a lot of power, boasting a 1.2 litre, 125bhp, twin-cam, 16 valve engine that revs to 11500rpm.

Their favourable power to weight ratio brings fast-paced action with maximum speeds in excess of 200kph.

As one of Australia’s most popular motor sport categories, the Aussie Racing Cars are set to bring another exciting year of racing!

LEARN MORE: aussieracingcars.com.au

Supercars Paddock

Make sure you head to the Supercars Paddock across the weekend to see 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.

Anyone aged 16 years and under in the Paddock must be accompanied by an adult.

Pre-purchase your Paddock Pass online through Ticketek or purchase on event weekend from the Ticketek Box Offices.

Please Note: The Supercars Paddock may close at any time for safety reasons.

Autograph Session


Head to the Supercars Paddock during the autograph signing session to meet some of your favourite Supercars drivers and grab an autograph. Free posters will be available for patrons.

When: Sunday 12pm

Where: Supercars Paddock, behind the team transporters

Paddock passes will be required to enter the Supercars Paddock.

Pit Lane Walks

during the Watpac Townsville 400, in Townsville, Australia, July 09, 2017.

Get closer to the action than you ever have before. Take a behind-the-scenes walk through Pit Lane, the activity hub of the Coates Hire Ipswich SuperSprint.

These are for Supercars Members, Supercars Travel bookings and Grandstand ticket holders.

Saturday:          08:25am – 08:40am

Sunday:            08:30am – 08:50am

Where: Meeting point is at Pit Entry