2022 Motorsport Australia NSW Supersprint Championship Round 2
Sunday 3rd April 2022
Sydney Motorsport Park Druitt (North) Circuit
Hosted by the NSW Road Racing Club
Spectator Entry is free!
About the Motorsport Australia NSW Supersprint Championships
The Motorsport Australia NSW Supersprint Championships are “State” level events and have slightly higher scrutineering and driver skill requirements than Club and Multi-Club level events. The reward is that entrants in these Championships are are eligible to become “State Champions” in both Type and Class as well as setting official lap records at the various circuits.
Vehicles competing must either be road registered or have a Motorsport Australia log book. Competitors must be able to lap circuits less than the maximum flying lap time limits of: 2 minutes & 15 seconds (SMSP Gardner); 1 minute & 30 seconds (SMSP Druitt); 1 minute & 20 seconds (SMSP Amaroo) or 1 minute & 25 seconds (Wakefield Park).
Competitors need to register for the following year’s Series once registrations open late in November. If you aren’t a current Registrant, please submit an Expression of Interest to register and an invitation to register will be emailed to you at the same time they are emailed to current registrants. You can submit an EOI online by clicking on the EOI link under the “Forms” tab on this website.
Registration is limited to the first 230 registrations accepted.
The Championship is open to a wide range of vehicles that are grouped in Classes within the below Types. For more information please go to the Competitor Information page in this website and download a copy off the SSP 03 Technical Regulations.
Type 1S – 1st Category Racing Cars including Clubmans, Racing Cars, Sports Racing Cars and Sports Racers. Whilst the “S” denotes that racing slicks are permissible, road registered Clubmans will need to run road tyres.
Type 2R – Production Sports Cars based on 2nd Category Sports Cars running on road tyres only. Includes sports cars whose price exceeds the “Exotic Vehicle Price List”.
Type 2S – Production Sports Cars based on 2nd Category Sports Cars where racing slicks are permitted.
Type 3R – Production Sedans based on 3rd Category touring cars running on road tyres only.
Type 3S – Production Sedans based on 3rd Category touring cars where racing slicks are permitted.
Type RR – Road Registered cars with minor modifications (excluding Exotics) running on road tyres only.
Type RM – Road Registered cars with modifications in excess of RR (excluding Exotics) running on road tyres only.
Type TA – Production vehicles based on World Time Attack regulations. Clubsprint (Road Registered) and Open class vehicles running on road tyres only.
The benefit of registering for these Championships is that (a) only registrants are eligible to complete in the Motorsport Australia Zestino NSW Supersprint Championships; (b) registrants receive priority entry to each round (ie two weeks before general entries open) and (c) registrants receive direct Championship updates by email.
If you plan to use another vehicle other than the one that you have registered for the championship, you must lodge a Replacement Vehicle Form, which can be accessed by clicking here if you do make a change without lodging a Replacement Vehicle Form, no points will be scored in the replacement Vehicle.