The most recent round of the Shannons Nationals was officially the biggest ever, with a bumper crowd and massive online audience taking in a host of racing from Sandown.
As conditions improved, so did the times. For many of the field, Saturday’s programme saw the start of racing proper. Here is a rundown on who shone during the second day at The Bend Motorsport Park:
It was all about the bump and grind on the final day of Round 2 of the Shannons Nationals at Phillip Island as drivers jostled for their final position.
Racing continued under sunny skies at ‘The Island’ today for the second round of the Shannons Nationals. Here’s the movers and shakers of the day:
The CAMS Australian Endurance Championship will welcome another Virgin Australian Supercars Championship figure for this weekend’s season opener with Tim Blanchard to make his debut.
After two thrilling rounds at Albert Park and Barbagallo Raceway, the CAMS Australian GT Championship will hold the first round of the CAMS Australian Endurance Championship.
Fraser Ross will compete in this year’s CAMS Australian GT Championship with the newly-launched McLaren customer team 59Racing.
The CAMS Australian GT Championship season will see the arrival of the new McLaren 720S GT3 for 2019, with the car to continue an already successful Australian GT era for the manufacturer.
Following a solid outing at the Bathurst 12 Hour, the team at M-Motorsport believe its performances were solid preparation for the upcoming CAMS Australian GT Championship.