Whats On

There's plenty happening at the 2019 PIRTEK Perth SuperNight for the whole family !

Yagan Square Signing Session

Come along to Yagan Square on Wednesday 1 May from 4:30pm – 6:00pm for an Autograph Session with ALL Virgin Australia Supercars Championship drivers!

Avis Drive In Cinema

Come and watch the Perth SuperNight action at the Avis Drive In, with the chance to win a VIP Experience. Enjoy gelato, popcorn and a front-row view of the track from one of our luxurious Signature Series vehicles.

Download the Avis App and sign up to be an Avis Preferred member to gain access to the Drive In and have the chance to win one of 12 double passes for a unique VIP Experience.

Come down and see the team to experience Supercars from a different perspective.

Support Categories

Dunlop Super2 Series

The Dunlop Super2 Series always has spectators at the edge of their seats! 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, Scott McLaughlin, Lee Holdsworth, Tim Slade, David Reynolds, Cameron Waters, Chaz Mostert, Scott Pye and Nick Percat are all part of the elite group of past Dunlop Super2 Series driver’s now competing in the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.

In 2018, Scott McLaughlin became the second Super2 Series Champion to go on and win the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, the only other driver achieving this feat being Mark Winterbottom, who won Super2 in 2003 before taking the main game prize in 2015.

In 2019 the Dunlop Super2 Series remains pivotal in shaping the future of motorsport with rising star Macauley Jones advancing to take part in the Supercars Championship.

Showing plenty of promise, young talent Jack Le Brocq, James Golding, Todd Hazelwood and Anton De Pasquale will contest their second fulltime Supercars season.

Read more: http://www.supercars.com/super2/

East Coast Bullbars SuperUtes Series

After a maiden season in 2018, the ECB SuperUtes will storm onto the circuit again in 2019.

This new era of dual-cab, turbo diesel Ute racing will continue to liven up the support program for the Virgin Australia Supercars Championship.

The 2019 the ECB SuperUtes season will include eight rounds across Australia and at least six different manufacturers all competing for championship glory.

Read more: http://www.supercars.com/superutes/

CAMS Australian GT Championship

The modern era of Australian GT is focussed very much on the FIA-sanctioned GT categories, predominantly GT3 specification ‘supercars’ the likes of Aston Martin, Audi, Ferrari, Lamborghini,

McLaren, Mercedes-AMG, Porsche et al.

Three seasons ago the new GT4 category was introduced, and for 2019 Trofeo Challenge will join GT Trophy - focussed around older generation GT3 cars.

The championship is broken into a Sprint and Endurance format, with all rounds alongside Supercars running to the shorter Sprint format.

One and two driver entries are allowed, however Sprint rounds are dedicated only to amateur classified drivers.

Read more: http://australiangt.com.au/

WA Historic Touring Car Club

The first appearance of a Group N Historic Touring Car in WA was at the Australian Touring Car Championship (ATCC) Round at Wanneroo Racetrack (as it was then known) on 31 March 1985. This entry was a Fiat 1500 and was the sole ‘App. J’ entry in the field.

The club was loosely formed as the ‘WA Appendix J Group’ in 1987 and morphed into the current WA Historic Touring Car Club by 1989 – making our Club now 32 years old.

The main car of choice in the early days was the Mini Cooper S, but by 1989 the stream of V8s was noticeable and led to a mixed local crop including Mustang, Rallye Sprint, BelAir and Galaxie.

With a resurgence in the popularity of 1960-70’s car era the grid today resembles the finest of the time. HQ Monaro’s, Falcon GT’s,Valiant Chargers, Xu1 Torana’s,Capri’s, Lotus Cortinas, Minis,Mustangs and the ever crowd pleasing Camaro, Galaxie and BelAir, 1600 Datsuns and yes even a Volvo.

The WAHTCC have supported Supercars Australia on many occasions and look forward to continuing our long association in 2019 and beyond.

Read more: http://www.wahistorictouringcars.com.au/

Where to find:

In the Support Paddock located at the rear of the Supercars Paddock

Supercars Paddock

Make sure you head to the Supercars Paddock area 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.

At the PIRTEK Perth SuperNight, the support categories will also be located in the Supercars paddock.

Anyone aged 16 yrs and under in the paddock must be accompanied by an adult. Grandstand tickets include free paddock access.

Where to find: Outfield of Pit Straight near Gate 1

Pit Lane Walks

Get closer to the action than you ever have before! Take a behind-the-scenes walk through Pit Lane, the activity hub of the PIRTEK Perth SuperNight.

These are free for Supercars Members, Supercars Travel bookings, Corporate Guests and Grandstand ticket holders or can be purchased HERE.

Friday: 11.40am – 12.00pm*

Saturday: 11.25am – 11.45am*

Where: Please meet at Pit Entry which is at the Southern end of the paddock at least 15 mins prior to start time of the walk.

*Times are subject to change.

Rooftop Viewing

Enjoy a panoramic view of all the racing action and on track entertainment from the Rooftop of the Pit Building.

Where to find: The Rooftop Viewing Area is located on top of the Pit Building, inside the Paddock.

You will require a Paddock Pass to access the Rooftop.