Entry Open for the 2019 HSRCA Sydney Classic

Entry is now open for the 2019 HSRCA Sydney Classic at Sydney Motorsport Park, to be held over the 8th and 9th of June, with private practice on Friday the 7th. You are most cordially invited!

Enter online via the CAMS Members’ Portal

The HSRCA Sydney Classic will feature round one of the Historic Formula Ford Australia Driver to Europe Series, welcome MG Racing Australia for their HSRCA debut and put on an action-packed weekend of motorsport for all of our usual historic vehicles.

2019 sees the HSRCA returning to our traditional winter meeting with the HSRCA Sydney Classic over the weekend of the 8th & 9th of June. Entry to the event is now open and available via the CAMS Members’ Portal:


Supplementary regulations are available from the following link, as well as in CAMS Event Entry.

2019 HSRCA Sydney Classic Supplementary Regulations [PDF]

Further documentation and information will be available on the ‘Sydney Classic’ page of the website.

The HSRCA Sydney Classic will host the first round of Historic Formula Ford Australia’s multi-state Driver to Europe Series. Bringing back a concept from the championship’s history for its 50th anniversary, Historic Formula Ford Australia is running a four-round series in 2019 and will award class winners two airfares from Australia to the UK.

MG Racing Australia will join Formula Ford as a feature category at the HSRCA Sydney Classic. The MG Racing series has been running for some three decades and attracts the full gamut of racing MGs as well as compatible classic British sports cars. We’re looking forward to hosting a round of this exciting series.

With classic British sports cars able to run in MG Racing by invitation, some Group S entrants may wish to double enter and run with MG Racing as well as Group S. You are most welcome to do so! Please double enter the car in the MG class. Double-entering is subject to spaces available and final approval by MG Racing.

The HSRCA Sydney Classic will offer races for all of our usual fifth category vehicles as well as speed events for vehicles manufactured up to the 1990s and invited cars deemed compatible with those groups. Both Formula Ford and MG Racing will run trophy races on Sunday morning.

As always, thank you for your continued support of the HSRCA and historic motorsport in Australia. If you have any questions about the meeting or have any feedback, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.

See you at the HSRCA Sydney Classic this June 8-9!

The HSRCA Race Committee

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