Historic Winton Celebrates 40th Anniversary

//Historic Winton Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Historic Winton Celebrates 40th Anniversary

The Austin 7 Club Historic Winton celebrates its 40th anniversary in 2016: Australia’s largest and most popular all-historic motor race meeting presents two big days of non-stop racing featuring over 400 historic racing cars and motorbikes from the 1920s to the 1980s.

Celebrations at this year’s Historic Winton include:

  • 110 years – Austin, Lagonda
  • 100 years – Nash
  • 90 years – Penrite Oil, Pontiac, Bugatti Type 35 World Championship, Daimler Benz, Morris Oxford Flatnose, Chrysler Imperial
  • 80 years – SS Jaguar 100, first diesel-powered car (Mercedes Benz 260D), MG TA, BMW 328, Fiat Topolino, Harley Knucklehead
  • 75 years – American Austin-designed Bantam Jeep
  • 70 years – Singer Gazelle, Cooper 500, Willys Jeep Station Wagon, Renault Dauphine, Triumph Roadster, Jowett Bradford Van, Vespa
  • 60 years – Berkely Sports, Holden FE, Austin A35, Morris Minor 1000
  • 50 years – Toyota Corolla, Chevrolet Camaro, Holden HR, Fiat Dino, XR Falcon, Lotus Europa


Historic Winton displays

Shannons Classic Car Park featuring car and bike clubs

In planning – all things Austin from 1919 to 1950


  • Pre-1975 Classic Car Bike & Historic Commercial Vehicle Show with trophies for vehicles of special interest- veteran, vintage, sports classics, hotrods, customs street machines, commercials and motor bikes.
  • All -Makes Historic Motorbike gathering
  • Historic Commercial Vehicle Van display
  • Spectator access to the Competition Paddock with fabulous old racing machines on open display and if you have a Classic or Special-Interest car or bike, park in the Spectator Display Area.


Entry Fees

Saturday $30

Sunday $35

Two-day pass $55

Competition paddock $5

Children under 16 free


For more information, visit the Historic Winton website.

By | 2016-05-25T10:57:01+00:00 May 25th, 2016|Motor Racing|0 Comments