Registration – 2021 NSW Supersprint Championship

Registrations are now open for the 2021 NSW Supersprint Championship. Registration can only be made online and a link to the Registration Form is at the bottom of this page. 

There is a $50 Registration Fee plus a minor handling charge and it must be paid to Motorsport Australia (formerly CAMS) and a link to this is provided at the end of the Registration Form to enable you to do that. 

 As usual any registrant who competed in at least one Round of the 2020 Supersprint Championship has the first right of refusal of the Competition Number that was allocated to him or her in 2020. That right will expire at midnight on the 31st of December, 2020 and thereafter numbers will be allocated on a first come first served basis. So, if you didn’t compete in 2020 and want to keep the number previously allocated, we recommend that you get your registration in quickly.

 Please be aware that only minor changes have been made to the Technical Regulations for 2020 but you can have a look at the same on the Championship website by clicking here.

In response to criticism concerning the descriptions given to the various Types in the Championship, the Panel decided to rename each Type last year and give them names (albeit very brief ones) that now give some indication as to the type of cars that run in them. 

The 8 Types are as follows:-

 Type 1S  – The number “1” at the start of the Type name denotes that it is for 1st category Racing Cars as defined in the Motorsport Australia Manual while the letter “S” at the end denotes that slicks are permitted in this Type except for Clubmans, Formula Vees and Formula Fords competing in Classes 1S1 and 1S2. However, the Type is not limited to 1st Category Race cars and all Clubmans are to compete in this Type as well as Sports Racers.

 Type 2R – The number “2” at the start of the Type name denotes that it is for 2nd category Sports Cars as defined in the Motorsport Australia Manual (Group 2F Prodsports in this case) while the letter “R” at the end denotes that Road Tyres must be used in this Type.

 Type 2S – The number “2” at the start of the Type name denotes that it is for 2nd category Sports Cars as defined in the Motorsport Australia Manual (Group 2B and 2F Prodsports in this case) while the letter “S” at the end denotes that slicks are permitted in this Type.

 Type 3R – The number “3” at the start of the Type name denotes that it is for 3rd category Touring Cars as defined in the Motorsport Australia Manual (Group 3J Improved Touring Cars in this case) while the letter “R” at the end denotes that Road Tyres must be used in this Type.

 Type 3S – The number “3” at the start of the Type name denotes that it is for 3rd category Touring Cars as defined in the Motorsport Australia Manual (Group 3D Sports Sedans in this case) while the letter “S” at the end denotes that slicks are permitted in this Type.

 Type RR – This Type is for Road Registered Cars with limited modifications.

 Type RM – This Type is for Road Registered Cars with modifications in excess of those permitted in Type RR.

 Type TA – This Type is for Time Attack cars that comply with the World Time Attack rules.

Please click here to access the Registration Form for 2021. 

If you submitted your online registration and didn’t make your payment, you can pay directly to Motorsport Australia by clicking here

If you have any questions, please email Bob Welsh, Championship Administrator at bob@supersprintnsw.com