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HSRCA planning four race meetings to June 2015

Between September 2014 and June 2015 the HSRCA is organising four race meetings for historic racing cars.

Formed in 1982 the role of the Historic Sports and Racing Car Association (HSRCA) was then and still is to promote Historic Motor Sport in New South Wales and throughout Australia. From its inception, the HSRCA has promoted hundreds of Historic race meetings including the highly successful Tasman Revival where like the original 1960’s Tasman Series, drivers brought their race cars from the US, UK, Europe, NZ and Japan.

On the weekend of September 27 and 28 there is a meeting at Wakefield Park, just south of the inland city of Goulburn. Of particular interest, is that this meeting also marks the 20th anniversary of the very first race meeting held at Wakefield Park back in 1994. In recognition of this significant anniversary the meeting will especially feature those cars constructed from the dawn of the motoring age through to the early 1960s.

November 29 and 30 sees the 2014 Tasman Trophy Meeting at Sydney Motorsport Park (SMSP) and will include racing and sports racing cars from the early 1960s through to the late 1970s including Formula 5000. As with the original Tasman Cup meetings of the 1960s, this event will include such other categories of competition cars as sedans, sports cars and Aussie specials. This event is attracting entries from the UK, US and New Zealand with a significant number of these also running at race meetings at the Wanneroo circuit in Perth and Melbourne’s Sandown circuit.

Over February 21 and 22 the HSRCA returns to Wakefield Park for a race meeting that will include the whole range of Historic racing cars from all eras.

Over the Queen’s Birthday long weekend on June 6-7, 2015 the HSRCA in conjunction with the Australian Racing Drivers’ Club will be holding the Sydney Retro Speedfest at SMSP. While including the wide range of Historic racing cars from the 1960s, Speedfest will also feature those Heritage Touring Cars that wowed the crowds at Bathurst from the ’70s through to the early ’90s. Historic racing enthusiasts can expect to see the legendary cars of this era including Commodores, Falcons, Skylines, Sierras, BMWs, Corollas and more.

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