GT-1 Australia

The GT-1 Australia category is home to exotic vehicles, catering for superseded GT3 cars, along with GT4 cars, MARC cars and invited sports cars. GT-1 rounds consist of races with pit stops.

TA2 Muscle Car Series

The TA2 formula is based on high horsepower, low maintenance. Powered by control V8 engines, TA2 cars have bodyshells resembling iconic Camaro, Mustang and Challenger muscle cars.

Australian Formula 3

The Australian Formula 3 Championship features some of Australia’s fastest open-wheel race cars, and is a proven breeding ground for young drivers aiming to hone their skills in high-downforce machines.

Production Cars Australia Championship

The Production Cars Australia Championship aims to provide an affordable platform for owners of a wide variety of production cars to race their machines at a national level.

Thunder Sports

Thunder Sports is all about big, loud, exciting race cars, typically with varying degrees of modification, driven by passionate motoring enthusiasts.

Formula Ford

The Australian Formula Ford Championship is the main breeding ground for young drivers aiming for a professional racing career, and has been the starting point for many stars, past and present.

Formula Vee

Formula Vee is the most affordable form of Australian open-wheel racing – the cars are powered by 1200 or 1600cc versions of air-cooled VW engines.

Miniature Race Cars

Miniature Race Cars is a category for small, motorcycle-powered vehicles including Future Racers, Aussie Racing Cars and Baby Grands (mini NASCARs).

Stock Cars

The Stock Cars Australia Series caters for vehicles derived from oval racing. As well as machines that raced in the US NASCAR Series, it is also open to Auscars and OzTrucks (based on US trucks).

Other categories

In addition to the regular AMRS categories, some rounds will welcome additional classes onto the program, including BMW E30s, Under 2 Litre Sports Sedans, Group N and Queensland Touring Cars.