Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Victoria
The brand-new Radical Cup Australia has been formed to represent the top one-make Sports Car category in Australia moving forward.
Radical Cup Australia is a joint venture between the two official Radical distributors in Australia: Radical Australia West, spearheaded by Wanneroo-based Arise Racing, and Radical Australia East managed by Sydney’s GWR Australia. The two entities have joined forces to promote a five-round Radical Cup Australia Series that will deliver competitive, affordable and enjoyable racing for competitors from all corners of the country.
Experienced motorsport administrator Charise Bristow has been appointed Category Manager and will oversee the day-to-day operations of the 2022 Series.
The 2022 Radical Cup Australia will be contested over five rounds, featuring primarily at Shannons Motorsport Australia Championship events. The series commences at the Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit on March 18-20, with subsequent rounds at Sydney Motorsport Park (May 27-29), Queensland Raceway (August 5-7) and The Bend Motorsport Park (October 21-23). A fifth round will be announced in due course pending final agreements with the promoter.
The series will follow established, global Radical Cup standards while catering to the Australian market and the cars currently in the country.
With a comprehensive media and broadcast package in place, big fields and competitive racing the on-track product will be sensational – but not at the expense of making sure the off-track times are just as good.
For further information and Event Entry, please contact Charise Bristow belowGET ON THE GRID
Visit Radical Cup Australia's webpage to keep up to date with all the racing activities and actionMore Information
|1||Shannons Nationals||18-20 March||Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Victoria|
|2||Supercars Championship||29 April-1 May||Wanneroo Raceway, Western Australia|
|3||Shannons Nationals||27-29 May||Sydney Motorsport Park, New South Wales|
|4||Shannons Nationals||5-7 August||Queensland Raceway, Queensland|
|5||Shannons Nationals||21-23 October||The Bend Motorsport Park, South Australia|
The following models of Radical SR3 are eligible for competition in the 2022 Radical Cup Australia:
Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Victoria
Wanneroo Raceway, Western Australia
Sydney Motorsport Park, New South Wales
Queensland Raceway, Queensland
The Bend Motorsport Park, South Australia
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