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The Winton Sprint Series is an affordable club-level entry into motorsport. 

The Sprint Series, running for over 30 years, comprises of several rounds throughout the year giving drivers the opportunity to test themselves against the clock, around the technical Winton Raceway circuit in a competitive environment.

All cars will be checked for eligibility in the class that they have entered. Cars will be re-classified and placed in the appropriate class at the discretion of the Clerk of Course and the Eligibility Committee if deemed necessary. Cars will need to comply with classes in the spirit of motorsport for the enjoyment of the day. 

Requirements

Cost

  • Entry fee is $190 per driver/vehicle, incl. garage or carport
  • BAC Members: $30 off entry fee

Vehicles

  • Open to Street Cars, Racecars, Tin Tops and Open Wheelers

Track Activity

  • Gates open at 7:00am
  • Sign on and Garage allocation 7:00am to 9:00am
  • Driver’s Briefing: 8:30am
  • Track activity from 9:00am – 5:00pm

Event run from

  • North (National) Paddock

Licence

Clothing & Helmet requirements

  • Helmet that complies with current Australian Standards AS1698 (Motorcross helmets not accepted)
  • Clothing must cover wrist to neck to ankles and must be non-flammable cotton
  • Proper enclosed footwear – non flammable. No thongs or sandals.

Classes

Class A1 – Road Registered Up to 2 Litre – Vehicles in this class must be road registerable, not necessarily registered, with an engine capacity equal to or less than 2 litres. Cages are not allowed in this class. R Spec Tyres are allowed, slick tyres are not allowed in this class.

Class A2 – Road Registered Over 2 Litre – Vehicles in this class must be road registerable, not necessarily registered, with an engine capacity above 2 litres. Cages are not allowed in this class. 

Class B1 – High Performance Up 2 Litre – Forced induction and AWD vehicles with an engine capacity equal to or less than 2 Litres. Vehicles in this class must be road registerable, not necessarily registered. Any forced induction vehicle with a capacity over 1.2 Litres will be moved into class B2. R Spec tyres are allowed, slick tyres are not allowed in this class. Any vehicle that has a cage but would be otherwise eligible for Class A1 will be put into this class.

Class B2 – High Performance Over 2 Litre – Forced induction and AWD vehicles with an engine capacity more than 2 Litres. Vehicles in this class must be road registerable, not necessarily registered. R Spec Tyres are allowed, slick tyres are not allowed in this class. Any vehicle that has a cage but would be otherwise eligible for Class B1 will be put into this class.

Class C1 – Racing Cars Up To 2 Litre – Any log booked (either currently or previously) vehicle, with an engine capacity equal to or less than 2 Litres. Any forced induction vehicle with a capacity over 1.2 Litres will be moved into Class C2. Any vehicle that is running slick tyres, that is not eligible for Class D. Any vehicle that is deemed to be prepared to the level of a racing car. 

Class C2 – Racing Cars Over 2 Litres – Any log booked (either currently or previously) vehicle, with an engine capacity more than 2 Litres. Any vehicle that is running slick tyres, that is not eligible for Class D. Any vehicle that is deemed to be prepared to the level of a racing car.

Class D – Open Wheel/Clubman – All Open Wheel and Clubman race cars. Tyres are open. Any motorcycle engine vehicles (e.g. Aussie Race Cars, Radicals etc) will be placed in this class. Tyres in this class are open. 

Class E – Juniors – Any driver under the age of 18. 

2024 calendar

  • Round 1 – 6th April 
  • Round 2 – 1st June 
  • Round 3 – 17th August
  • Round 4 – 9th November

Enter Events

Supplementary Regulations

SpecTators

Info Coming Soon 

2024 Results

Round 1 - 6th April

Entry List

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