The Australian Prototype Series (APS) has finalised its 2021 calendar, with the category joining the Repco Supercars Championship support field during the year. Starting its season at Sydney…
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The 2021 Australian Prototype Series will be one of the most exciting years for the category yet, with three of the five rounds now confirmed and plans for…
The Australian Prototype Series’ 2020 campaign has come to an unscheduled end, with category managers now fully focused on an exciting 2021 Series.
With the current Australian Prototype Series season on hold due to state border restrictions, there hasn’t been many opportunities for drivers to hit the racetrack in 2020.
The Australian Prototype Series is the latest to confirm its revised calendar, with four more rounds set to take place in 2020.
Peter Paddon will compete in the full Australian Prototype Series (APS) season in 2020, with the Radical Australia Cup (RAC) veteran recently confirming his place in the series.
After more than six months since Jason Makris was crowned the champion of 2018, the Australian Prototype Series is finally back this weekend.
After a positive debut season in the 2018 Australian Prototypes Series (APS), Peter Clare returns to the category with plenty of ambition for 2019.
The Shannons Nationals caught up with 2018 Australian Prototype Series Radical and Supersport winner Philip Hughes, who won the class title despite competing in one less round than his competitors.
Jason Makris has cemented himself as an Australian motor sport series winner, claiming the Australian Prototype Series presented by Hot Wheels.