The Australian Prototype Series’ 2020 campaign has come to an unscheduled end, with category managers now fully focused on an exciting 2021 Series.
The Australian Prototype Series (APS) will welcome another series debutant when it opens its season at the Production Car Nationals at Sydney Motorsport Park.
The Australian Prototype Series heads to Winton for its fourth round this weekend, with the event to play a big part in the regional Victorian round of the Shannons Nationals.
Defending Australian Prototype Series winner Jason Makris has sensationally called stumps on his 2019 season, with the imminent arrival of his second child ahead of this weekend’s round at Winton.
The Shannons Nationals can confirm there have been some slight schedule tweaks made ahead of the Victorian round at Winton on 31 August – 1 September.
Reigning 2018 Australian Prototype Series winner Jason Makris is back atop of this year’s Prototypes standings, after a thrilling weekend of action at Queensland Raceway.
When Paul Trengove was last behind the wheel of a race car, Michael Schumacher had just won his sixth Formula 1 title over Williams and social media was merely a pipe dream.
The Shannons Nationals at Sydney Motorsport Park delivered once again as we moved into the final day of round one, the carsales.com.au TCR Australia Series took center stage once again along with a host of other categories wrapping up for the weekend. This is how it went:
Chris Perini will enter this weekend’s Shannons Nationals with the hopes of securing a double dose of success as he competes in both the Australian Prototype Series (APS) and the Radical Australia Cup (RAC).
After more than six months since Jason Makris was crowned the champion of 2018, the Australian Prototype Series is finally back this weekend.