With over 180 cars and eight categories running, the Ipswich Classic was a massive weekend in October for Queensland Raceway. With ever explosive categories like the Keema Excel Cup, Queensland Touring Car Championship and Trans Am, it was sure to be an exciting weekend. And some categories couldn’t resist joining in the biff and barge fun, with TA2, Group N, Classic Sports and Sedans, HQ Holdens and Production Sports
all putting on an incredible show.
Queensland Raceway's Cams Nationals 2017 dates announced
The Cams National Racing Championships will return to Queensland Raceway on the 4th-6th of August 2017.
Last year the Nationals bought seven categories to Queensland Raceway for the weekend and plenty of excitement. With the Sports Racers
series stealing several big headlines across the three days - the West car of Mark Laucke caught fire in spectacular fashion outside of turn 3 and there was the big rollover of Adam Cranston after Josh Townsend made impact with his Cranston’s West car.
2017 will be the first time the Production Touring Car Championship come to Lakeside.
The announcement follows months of planning to launch a Queensland
version of the hugely successful series in 2017, and category management is hopeful of adding a further two events to the 2017 Queensland schedule, therefore creating a Queensland Endurance Championship.