Busy fortnight ahead for QR Sports and Sedans
The penultimate round of the 2018 QR Sports and Sedans season will see the category share the track with the Queensland Classic Sports Sedans series, at the Ipswich Classic this weekend.
With nine categories in action, organisers have worked together, to ensure the race meeting can be conducted in its entirety, by forming a “super-grid” for the two categories, as well as the Production Ute Racing Queensland Series, which were scheduled to share the track with the QRSS series as well.
The QR Sports and Sedan field will feature the Ginetta of Joel Wills, and the Nissan Pintara of Martin Smith, the Ford Falcon of Stephen Rushton, and the Dodge Ram Oz Truck of Maria Mare.
In the Production Utes, John Young is the points leader, with a field of five set to do battle in the penultimate round of their season this weekend. Young sits 16 points clear of Steven Cook, with just eight races remaining.
A small field, but a quality field, with a wide variety of different cars set to feature in the four-race program.
All races will be run with the Classic Sports Sedans field, and all four will be run over 10 laps, on the National Circuit.
WHAT IS QR SPORTS & SEDANS?
QR Sports & Sedans (QRSS for short), is the "run what you brung" racing category that features in events at Queensland Raceway and Lakeside Park.
The category is designed to allow competitors to enter any car they would like, making it a very accessible category over other, more regulated categories.
Within the category are several classes, meaning competitors have a chance to win no matter what kind of car they’ve entered.
QRSS is a great way to bridge from competing in sprints, to taking part in door to door racing, and is currently home to some fantastic drivers, with a wealth of knowledge.
The ability to run any vehicle leads to some exciting and enthralling racing, for spectators, and drivers alike!
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