Competitors in the NSW Production Touring Cars State Championship will enjoy the exposure of competing at the pinnacle of Australian motorsport, when they line up alongside the Repco Supercars Championship at Sydney Motorsport Park, 6-7 November.
As well as competing at a prestigious event, drivers will also be treated to generous track time across the two days, with a pair of practice sessions and qualifying on the Saturday followed by a trio of 20-minute sprint races on the Sunday.
The round will be sponsored by Workhorse Collision Repairs, a business owned by passionate NSW PTC racers Ben and Michael Kavich.
NSW PTC President Chris Reeves said the opportunity to compete at such a high-profile race meeting will be the clear highlight in another COVID-interrupted season.
“It’s obviously been another difficult year for us on the motorsport front, with many of our race meetings not able to proceed due to the extended Sydney lockdown, but this will be an awesome way to finish the year,” Reeves said.
“For our state-level category to have an opportunity to race on the biggest motorsport stage in the country is sensational and I know all our competitors are champing at the bit to get back out on track – most of them haven’t raced since our Wakefield Park round way back in May.
“A big thank you to the Kavich boys and Workhorse Collision Repairs for coming on board as the sponsor for the round, their support is greatly appreciated.”
The Sydney Motorsport Park event will be the final round of the 2021 NSW State Production Touring Cars Championship.
Dimitri Agathos (Subaru STi) leads the Club Championship standings ahead of rookie Dean Campbell, the Bathurst driver scoring an impressive outright win at the Wakefield Park enduro in his Mitsubishi Evo X. Holden V8 drivers Matt Holt and Tony Virag are third and fourth in the points, with Reeves rounding out the top five in his VW Scirocco.