Ahead of its maiden appearance at the Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix this month, the Australian S5000 Championship has secured a new naming rights partner in Very High Temperature (VHT).
Reigning Bathurst 1000 champion Alex Premat has confirmed his place in S5000 Australia’s Formula 1 Rolex Australian Grand Prix 2020 event.
Former full-time Supercars Championship driver James Golding has furthered in his 2020 motorsport plans and will continue driving in S5000 Australia for Garry Rogers Motorsport (GRM).
Dunlop Super2 Series regular Thomas Randle is the latest name to sign on for S5000 in this weekend’s outing at The Bend Motorsport Park as part of the Shannons Nationals.
After a successful debut at Sandown Raceway, and ahead of a second meeting at The Bend Motorsport Park next month, S5000 Australia’s 2020 calendar has been released with a six-round season to take place.
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.
Kiwi rising star Taylor Cockerton will this weekend join the likes of former Formula 1 veteran Rubens Barrichello and international star Matthew Brabham in the debut S5000 Australia round.
As the inaugural S5000 race at Sandown Raceway closes in, another two drivers in Tim Berryman and Ricky Capo have confirmed their spots in the field, taking the total drivers to 11.
Another international driver has joined the S5000 series ranks with New Zealander Tom Alexander confirmed to compete in the category’s highly anticipated Sandown Raceway debut later this month.