20 April 2021 | General

Track schedule revealed for Shannons Sydney event

The jam-packed schedule for the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships round at Sydney Motorsport Park has been confirmed with nine categories to form part of the huge schedule. 
Taking place over three days on April 30-May 2, there will be almost 30 hours of track action, including some under lights running on Friday night.
The categories on show will also offer fans plenty of variety with many of the categories well into their 2021 seasons, including the Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series, National Trans Am Series and the Gulf Western Oils Touring Car Masters, plus the final round of the VHT S5000 Australian Drivers’ Championship that will crown a brand-new Motorsport Australia Gold Star winner.

CLICK HERE for the schedule for the Australian Racing Group categories.

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Other categories on show will include the Australian Prototype Series, the MRF Tyres Australian Production Car Series, the Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Series, Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge and Radical Australia Cup.

Crowds will be unable to attend the circuit on Friday, but will have access to all of Saturday and Sunday’s racing. General admission tickets start from just $25 per day. Corporate packages are also available.  

An action-packed Saturday sees track action taking place from 8:30am to 6:55pm, while Sunday’s nine-hour schedule from 9am local time makes it the weekend’s shortest day. 
CLICK HERE for the schedule for the Australian Racing Group categories.
Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships Director Michael Smith said fans were in for a treat.
“With nine categories coming to the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships at Sydney Motorsport Park, it’s safe to say there won’t be any shortage of on track action,” Smith said.
“Together with the Australian Racing Group, we’re absolutely excited to be returning to Sydney Motorsport Park with various sessions under lights and expect a big crowd in to soak up all the action across the weekend. There are plenty of great vantage points for both Saturday and Sunday, so it should be a fantastic weekend.”
Fans unable to attend the round will still be able to watch a large portion of the action with Saturday and Sunday to be broadcast live and free on 7plus and 7mate, while New Zealand viewers can tune into the round via Sky New Zealand and overseas fans can watch via