TCR is a high-profile, high performance international category for under two-litre, turbo charged touring cars. With over 14 brands competing across the globe in their market-relevant racers, the competition has proved to be close, exciting and cost-effective, attracting big name drivers and teams.
TCR New Zealand is the nation’s first internationally aligned touring car formula in more than 20 years.
S5000 is the premier open wheel class in Australia. Winners of the S5000 Championship will be awarded the MA Gold Star. S5000 is a bold, contemporary, and modern class aimed at introducing young and aspiring drivers, as well as experienced professionals, to first-class open wheel racing. S5000 cars have a brand-new FIA-approved chassis, a powerful and cost-effective five-litre V8 engine and an all-Australian transmission system.
Touring Car Masters
Evoking the glory days of Australian Touring Car racing, Touring Car Masters has incredibly vast appeal with a fan base that bridges all walks of life and spans generations, inspiring the passion of motoring enthusiasts, race fans and drivers. TCM boasts some of the sport’s most iconic muscle cars from Falcon GT’s, BOSS Mustangs, Chevrolet Camaros, Chrysler Chargers and Holden Monaros to the giant-killing Holden Toranas and nimble Porsche 911 RS’s. Pontiacs, Mercuries, Ford Capris and more.
Trans Am racing was pioneered in the USA back in the 1960s and is one of the most enduring forms of motorsport anywhere in the world. The current evolution of the series caters for modern V8-powered, rear-wheel drive muscle cars that feature iconic makes such as Ford Mustangs, Chevrolet Camaros and Dodge Challengers. Using a cost-effective common chassis and components across all makes, the Trans Am formula offers big performance and exciting, close racing.
V8 Touring Car
The Kumho V8 Touring Car series has become a home for ex-Supercars cars, as well as a proving ground for the next generation of racing talent. These historically significant race cars are what fans identify with from their various successes in the hands of some of the sport’s great drivers and teams. Many teams and drivers have returned their cars to ‘period’ liveries making V8TC an on-track celebration of a successful 20-year period of Australian touring car racing.