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Sydney Motorsport Park is the venue for Revolution Race Cars debut race in Australia this weekend

Updated: Sep 9, 2023

Soon to be announced Australian Certfied Dealer (more news on that incoming), Revolution Race Cars Australasia, are making their race debut this weekend in the Australian Prototype Series at Sydney Motorsport Park.

Australian Prototype Series

The Australian Prototype Series (APS) is the premier Sports Car racing category in Australia. Launched in 2017, the APS embraces a remarkably diverse array of open-top sports and open wheel cars. The remarkably competitive series aims to provide high performance racing, amongst a vast range of manufacturer vehicles. Additionally, the series attracts competitors with varying levels of budget and allows for close racing throughout the field.

With a host of factory supported teams fielded by manufacturers of Supercars, Le Mans and Formula 1, APS embraces diversity with a wide array of vehicle designs and concepts converging to provide a thrilling spectacle.

Combining on-track excitement with high-quality events at Australia’s premier facilities, APS attracts competitors of all backgrounds, from motorsport professionals to the nation’s most influential corporate and business individuals, who view APS as a means not only by which to get their adrenaline fix but also to network with similarly successful people who share a common interest.

The Australian Prototype Series features both standing and rolling starts. The different formats and starting procedure are designed to give variety and offer a challenge.

This weekends schedule is as follows:-

Friday 8th Sep

  • 9:10 free practice 1

  • 11:30 free practice 2

  • 14:10 free practice 3

  • 15:55 free practice 4

Saturday 9th Sep

  • 9:50 qualifying

  • 13:45 race 1

Sunday 10th Sep

  • 8:45 race 2

  • 13:15 race 3

Mark Williamson

Driving for Revolution is Mark Williamson. Mark is a highly experienced racing driver and instructor. Mark started kart racing in 1984, has had a lengthy career racing cars in sprint, endurance and Grand Prix racing.

In 2009 Mark won the Asian Aston Martin Cup, and in 2011 won the Asian GT4 Championship driving the Concord Aston Martin. Mark travels the world as a GT car instructor and driver. He has 16 years of international experience in corporate entertainment and 20+ years as a professional international racing driver.

You may also know Mark from his inCARnation Australia YouTube channel.

Sydney Motorsport Park

Sydney Motorsport Park (known until May 2012 as Eastern Creek International Raceway) is a motorsport circuit located on Brabham Drive, Eastern Creek, New South Wales, Australia, adjacent to the Western Sydney International Dragway. It is owned by the NSW Government and operated by the Australian Racing Drivers’ Club. It is Sydney’s only permanent race track, and one of just two permanent race circuit in Australia that hold a FIA/FIM Grade 2 International Licence. Their purpose-built motorsport facility west of Sydney features four race circuit configurations to suit a number of motorsport activities; the Brabham Circuit, Gardner, Druitt and Amaroo along with the Skid Circuit.



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