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Old 1 Jan 2011, 15:45 (Ref:2809967)   #1
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1985 Australian Touring Car Racing - Discussion & Results

By request I'm starting a thread on the 1985 Australian touring car scene. This will be for the Australian Touring Car Championship, the Australian Endurance Championship, AMSCAR as well as any one-off races like the Adelaide GP support race. Don't know if there were a separate championship for 2-litre cars by 1985?

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Australian Motor Racing Year 1985/86
Bathurst 1985
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1985_Au...r_Championship
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/1985_Au...7_Championship
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Old 4 Jan 2011, 12:30 (Ref:2810979)   #2
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10/2/1985 - ATCC1 - Winton, VIC

1985 Australian Touring Car Championship
Round 1 - Winton, VIC (10/2/1985)


Circuit Length: 2.03 km
Race Distance: 50 laps
Weather: Sunny

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
162JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC57m43.4s  1m05.8s1
231JPS Team BMWNeville CrichtonBMW 635CSiC49 laps  1m9
366Mitsubishi RalliartKevin BartlettMitsubishi StarionB49 laps  1m08.8s6
427Network AlfaAlan JonesAlfa Romeo GTV6B49 laps  1m06.5s4
578Melbourne Clutch & BrakeBrian SampsonMitsubishi StarionB48 laps  1m11.4s11
628Capri ComponentsLawrie NelsonFord MustangC48 laps  1m11.6s12
711Toyota Team AustraliaJohn SmithToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA47 laps  1m09.4s8
813Bob Holden Motors Manly ValeBob HoldenToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA47 laps  1m12.9s14
9  Laurie HazeltonFord CapriB47 laps  1m12.3s13
10  Mike MinearVolvo 360GTB45 laps  1m15.8s15
DNF12Garry WillmingtonGarry WillmingtonJaguar XJSC   1m09.3s7
DNF  Greville ArnelMitsubishi StarionB   1m10.3s10
DNF33 Don SmithFord MustangB   1m08.7s5
DNF17Palmer Tube MillsDick JohnsonFord MustangC overheating 1m05.9s2
DNF26Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B2 lapsoil leak, spun off 1m06.1s3
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1985 Australian Touring Car Championship

Round 1 - Winton, VIC (10/2/1985)


Circuit Length: 2.03 km
Race Distance: 50 laps
Weather: Sunny

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
162JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC57m43.4s  1m05.8s1
231JPS Team BMWNeville CrichtonBMW 635CSiC49 laps  1m9
366Mitsubishi RalliartKevin BartlettMitsubishi StarionB49 laps  1m08.8s6
427Network AlfaAlan JonesAlfa Romeo GTV6B49 laps  1m06.5s4
578Melbourne Clutch & BrakeBrian SampsonMitsubishi StarionB48 laps  1m11.4s11
628Capri ComponentsLawrie NelsonFord MustangC48 laps  1m11.6s12
711Toyota Team AustraliaJohn SmithToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA47 laps  1m09.4s8
813Bob Holden Motors Manly ValeBob HoldenToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA47 laps  1m12.9s14
957 Laurie HazeltonFord CapriB47 laps  1m12.3s13
1036 Mike MinearVolvo 360GTA45 laps  1m15.8s15
DNF12Garry WillmingtonGarry WillmingtonJaguar XJSC   1m09.3s7
DNF51 Greville ArnelMitsubishi StarionB   1m10.3s10
DNF33 Don SmithFord MustangB   1m08.7s5
DNF17Palmer Tube MillsDick JohnsonFord MustangC overheating 1m05.9s2
DNF26Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B2 lapsoil leak, spun off 1m06.1s3
DNA05Mobil Holden Dealer TeamPeter BrockHolden Commodore VKC    
DNA  Ron DicksonRover VitesseC    
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Quotet from William Dale Jr. A few numbers, change of class for Minear and six entries supposedly never made it to Winton. I'm wondering why Winton would have to wait till 1988, before being allocated a round of the ATCC again - or was it the organizers that decided to miss the ATCC?

I'm looking for team principals as well, and would like to know who would be considered for the following two teams:
Toyota Team Australia - Tony Niovanni?
Network Alfa - ?

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Round 1 - Winton, VIC (10/2/1985)[/B]

I'm looking for team principals as well, and would like to know who would be considered for the following two teams:
Toyota Team Australia - Tony Niovanni?
Network Alfa - ?

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I notice Ron Dickson was down as a non entry in a Rover. Wonder what the story was behins this one? A TWR car that never came off perhaps?

I think the Alfa Manager was one Enrico Zenarini (sp?) who later went onto manage Giancarlo Fisichella?
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I notice Ron Dickson was down as a non entry in a Rover. Wonder what the story was behins this one? A TWR car that never came off perhaps?
Sorry, forgot to put some words to that entry. From Australian Motor Racing Year 1985/86 this was to have been one of the TWR Vitesses from Bathurst '84, but soon after the Winton round it was know that this car was back in Europe, for the ETCC.

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I think the Alfa Manager was one Enrico Zenarini (sp?) who later went onto manage Giancarlo Fisichella?
Forgotten that name, but sure he was still around with Colin Bond when he graduated to the Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth later in the decade. Actually found him as Enrico Zanarini.

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Sorry, forgot to put some words to that entry. From Australian Motor Racing Year 1985/86 this was to have been one of the TWR Vitesses from Bathurst '84, but soon after the Winton round it was know that this car was back in Europe, for the ETCC.



Forgotten that name, but sure he was still around with Colin Bond when he graduated to the Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth later in the decade. Actually found him as Enrico Zanarini.

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Shame that Rover deal never materialised, it would've been a very competitive proposition against what was generally speaking quite a weak entry, in terms of depth, if not quality. The Tim Slako Rover managed to run well as selected events and there is little doubt, based on their relative performances in the 1984 BTCC, that a TWR car would've been quicker than the already quite elderly ex Patrick/Rouse car that Slako had bought from Sawyer-Hoare.

It was good to see the numbers swell as the season wore on with numerous people debuting Commodore's and the other cars like 635's sourced from Europe and NZ I think?

Cheers for the spelling correction on Enrico's surname as well Jesper.
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Quotet from William Dale Jr. A few numbers, change of class for Minear and six entries supposedly never made it to Winton. I'm wondering why Winton would have to wait till 1988, before being allocated a round of the ATCC again - or was it the organizers that decided to miss the ATCC?
Winton hosted the penultimate round of the 1986 ATCC, won by Jim Richards (after Gary Scott was disqualified)

Winton wanted a round for 1987, but CAMS reduced the number of rounds and Wintom missed out. They did get the opening round of the 2-Litre ATCC though that year.

They got their round back in 1988 after Surfers Paradise was closed at the end of 1987.


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From my notes 17 drivers started this round of the AMSCAR series
Interesting to hear there were 17 starters... that would be the biggest AMSCAR grid since 1982

Why was there only 2 standalone AMSCAR rounds in 1985. In previous years the AMSCAR Series had been a standalone 4 round series.. In 1985 they obviously got an ATCC race for the first time since 1978 which took up one date. The Better Brakes 300 was run as rd4 (and doubled as the AEC opener), but in previous the years the 300 didn't count for the AMSCAR series.

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Forgotten that name, but sure he was still around with Colin Bond when he graduated to the Ford Sierra RS500 Cosworth later in the decade. Actually found him as Enrico Zanarini.
I think Zanarini left the Australian motorsport scene when Bond left for the Sierra, as Enrico was an Alfa Romeo employee. He was quite involved in motorsport, he'd been behind the Alfasud one-make PRO/Am series that had been run in 1983 and (infamously) 1984

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AMRY 1985/86 seems to have messed the results for this race completely. They have Peter Brock as the race winner after a 25 lap distance, but if you read the race report, Jim Richards was the winner by 1.9 seconds from Robbie Francevic with Brock third.
Richards definatly wins from Francevic, the tape doesn't lie ;-) Run in cloudy conditions with rain threatening throughout.

Also as a matter of interest, $25,000 was put up for who got pole.


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Shame that Rover deal never materialised, it would've been a very competitive proposition against what was generally speaking quite a weak entry, in terms of depth, if not quality
According the "The Chequered Flag" magazine in early 1985, Dickson talks of running the two Bathurst cars in a full ATCC & AMSCAR campaign, complete with a rotation of works TWR drivers!

He also says that Mobil leaving to go to Brock wouldn't change any of their plans

As you say a big shame they didn't run


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I also have Alan Jones (Alfa Romeo) and Kevin Bartlett (Mitsubishi) as DNSs at this race, but neither mentioned in the AMRY race report as to why they failed to start or how they qualified. Were they present at Lakeside at all?
Neither driver would have turned up.

Jones had his last ATCC race for Alfa at Surfers as intended, as after that he was on his way back to Europe to run F1 with Haas/Beatrice/Lola (whichever )

Mitsubishi had withdrawn from the series due to poor results and wanting to do some development for the enduro's
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1985 Australian Touring Car Championship
Round 1 - Winton, VIC (10/2/1985)


Circuit Length: 2.03 km
Race Distance: 50 laps
Weather: Sunny

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
162JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC57m43.4s  1m05.8s1
231JPS Team BMWNeville CrichtonBMW 635CSiC49 laps  1m9
366Mitsubishi RalliartKevin BartlettMitsubishi StarionB49 laps  1m08.8s6
427Network AlfaAlan JonesAlfa Romeo GTV6B49 laps  1m06.5s4
578Melbourne Clutch & BrakeBrian SampsonMitsubishi StarionB48 laps  1m11.4s11
628Capri ComponentsLawrie NelsonFord MustangC48 laps  1m11.6s12
711Toyota Team AustraliaJohn SmithToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA47 laps  1m09.4s8
813Bob Holden Motors Manly ValeBob HoldenToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA47 laps  1m12.9s14
9  Laurie HazeltonFord CapriB47 laps  1m12.3s13
10  Mike MinearVolvo 360GTB45 laps  1m15.8s15
DNF12Garry WillmingtonGarry WillmingtonJaguar XJSC   1m09.3s7
DNF  Greville ArnelMitsubishi StarionB   1m10.3s10
DNF33 Don SmithFord MustangB   1m08.7s5
DNF17Palmer Tube MillsDick JohnsonFord MustangC overheating 1m05.9s2
DNF26Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B2 lapsoil leak, spun off 1m06.1s3
The only race in the history of the ATCC that did not feature a Holden in the field.
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24/2/1985 - ATCC2 - Sandown Park, VIC

1985 Australian Touring Car Championship
Round 2 - Sandown Park, VIC (24/2/1985)


Circuit Length: 3.9 km
Race Distance: 25 laps
Weather: Sunny

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
105Mobil Holden Dealer TeamPeter BrockHolden Commodore VKC48m35.3s 1m54.9s1m53.3s1
262JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC48m37.0s 1m55.1s1m53.6s2
317Palmer Tube MillsDick JohnsonFord MustangC25 laps 1m55.8s1m53.7s 
427Network AlfaAlan JonesAlfa Romeo GTV6B25 laps 1m56.9s1m54.7s 
531JPS Team BMWNeville CrichtonBMW 635CSiC25 laps 1m56.4s1m54.9s9 or 10
621Mark Petch Mechanical SealsRobbie FrancevicVolvo 240TB25 laps 1m57.0s1m56.2s 
720Jim KeoghJim KeoghHolden Commodore VKC24 laps 1m59.8s1m58.3srear of grid
866Mitsubishi RalliartKevin BartlettMitsubishi StarionB24 laps 1m59.4s1m57.2s 
911Toyota Team AustraliaJohn SmithToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA24 laps 2m04.1s2m03.1s 
10  Grevill ArnellMitsubishi StarionB23 laps 2m04.3s2m03.7s 
1178Melbourne Clutch & BrakeBrian SampsonMitsubishi StarionB   2m04.4s 
1226Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B     
13  Raymond SpencerMazda RX-7B     
14  Martin PowerTriumph DolomiteA     
1513Bob Holden Motors Manly ValeBob HoldenToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA     
1628Capri ComponentsLawrie NelsonFord MustangC     
   Don SmithFord MustangC     
   Garry WillmingtonJaguar XJ-SC   1m58.6srear of grid
   Laurie HazeltonFord CapriB   2m08.1s 
   Mike MinearVolvo 360GTB     
   Iain ThompsonBMW 323iB   2m54.4s 
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1985 Australian Touring Car Championship

Round 2 - Sandown Park, VIC (24/2/1985)


Circuit Length: 3.9 km
Race Distance: 25 laps
Weather: Sunny

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
105Mobil Holden Dealer TeamPeter BrockHolden Commodore VKC48m35.3s 1m54.9s1m53.3s1
262JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC48m37.0s 1m55.1s1m53.6s2
317Palmer Tube MillsDick JohnsonFord MustangC25 laps 1m55.8s1m53.7s3
427Network AlfaAlan JonesAlfa Romeo GTV6B25 laps 1m56.9s1m54.7s4
531JPS Team BMWNeville CrichtonBMW 635CSiC25 laps 1m56.4s1m54.9s5
621Mark Petch Mechanical SealsRobbie FrancevicVolvo 240TB25 laps 1m57.0s1m56.2s6
720Jim KeoghJim KeoghHolden Commodore VKC24 laps 1m59.8s1m58.3srear of grid/21
866Mitsubishi RalliartKevin BartlettMitsubishi StarionB24 laps 1m59.4s1m57.2s9
911Toyota Team AustraliaJohn SmithToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA24 laps 2m04.1s2m03.1s10
1051 Grevill ArnellMitsubishi StarionB23 laps 2m04.3s2m03.7s11
1178Melbourne Clutch & BrakeBrian SampsonMitsubishi StarionB   2m04.4s12
1226Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B    7
13  Raymond SpencerMazda RX-7B     
1449 Martin PowerTriumph DolomiteA     
1513Bob Holden Motors Manly ValeBob HoldenToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA     
1628Capri ComponentsLawrie NelsonFord MustangC     
 33 Don SmithFord MustangC    8
 12 Garry WillmingtonJaguar XJ-SC   1m58.6srear of grid/22
 57 Laurie HazeltonFord CapriB   2m08.1s13
 36 Mike MinearVolvo 360GTA     
 77 Iain ThompsonBMW 323iB   2m54.4s20

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1985 Australian Touring Car Championship
Round 3 - Symmons Plains, TAS (11/3/1985)


Circuit Length: 2.4 km
Race Distance: 40 laps

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
121Mark Petch Mechanical SealsRobbie FrancevicVolvo 240TB42m15.94s  1m01.45s1
217Palmer Tube MillsDick JohnsonFord MustangC40 laps  1m01.83s2
331JPS Team BMWNeville CrichtonBMW 635CSiC40 laps  1m03.54s5
405Mobil Holden Dealer TeamPeter BrockHolden Commodore VKC40 laps  1m02.09s3
562JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC40 laps  1m02.23s4
620Jim KeoghJim KeoghHolden Commodore VKC39 laps  1m03.71s7
727Network AlfaAlan JonesAlfa Romeo GTV6B39 laps  1m03.59s6
826Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B39 laps  1m04.65s8
928Capri ComponentsLawrie NelsonFord MustangC38 laps   10
1011Toyota Team AustraliaJohn SmithToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA37 laps   11
1113Bob Holden Motors Manly ValeBob HoldenToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA    12
12  Mike MinearVolvo 360GTB    13
DNF78 Brian SampsonMitsubishi StarionB    9
DNS66Mitsubishi RalliartKevin BartlettMitsubishi StarionB engine - qualifying 1m04.09s8
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1985 Australian Touring Car Championship

Round 3 - Symmons Plains, TAS (11/3/1985)


Circuit Length: 2.4 km
Race Distance: 40 laps

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
121Mark Petch Mechanical SealsRobbie FrancevicVolvo 240TB42m15.94s  1m01.45s1
217Palmer Tube MillsDick JohnsonFord MustangC40 laps  1m01.83s2
331JPS Team BMWNeville CrichtonBMW 635CSiC40 laps  1m03.54s5
405Mobil Holden Dealer TeamPeter BrockHolden Commodore VKC40 laps  1m02.09s3
562JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC40 laps  1m02.23s4
620Jim KeoghJim KeoghHolden Commodore VKC39 laps  1m03.71s7
727Network AlfaAlan JonesAlfa Romeo GTV6B39 laps  1m03.59s6
826Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B39 laps  1m04.65s8
928Capri ComponentsLawrie NelsonFord MustangC38 laps   10
1011Toyota Team AustraliaJohn SmithToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA37 laps   11
1113Bob Holden Motors Manly ValeBob HoldenToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA    12
1236 Mike MinearVolvo 360GTA    13
DNF78 Brian SampsonMitsubishi StarionB    9
DNS66Mitsubishi RalliartKevin BartlettMitsubishi StarionB engine - qualifying 1m04.09s8

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1985 Australian Touring Car Championship
Round 4 - Wanneroo, WA (31/3/1985)


Circuit Length: 2.4 km
Race Distance: 40 laps

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
162JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC44m24.21s 1m05.34s1m04.61s1
205Mobil Holden Dealer TeamPeter BrockHolden Commodore VKC44m27.95s 1m05.89s1m04.82s2
317Palmer Tube MillsDick JohnsonFord MustangC44m56.06s 1m06.18s1m05.14s3
431JPS Team BMWNeville CrichtonBMW 635CSiC45m07.21s 1m06.35s1m06.46s6
596 Tim SlakoRover VitesseC45m08.11s 1m06.30s1m06.62s7
627Network AlfaAlan JonesAlfa Romeo GTV6B45m17.80s 1m07.27s1m06.41s5
766Mitsubishi RalliartKevin BartlettMitsubishi StarionB45m23.27s 1m07.09s1m06.73s9
826Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B45m23.78s 1m07.27s1m06.66s8
921Mark Petch Mechanical SealsRobbie FrancevicVolvo 240TB38 laps 1m06.08s1m05.98s4
1020Jim KeoghJim KeoghHolden Commodore VKC38 laps 1m07.78s 10
1111Toyota Team AustraliaJohn SmithToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA37 laps 1m10.50s 11
1213Bob Holden Motors Manly ValeBob HoldenToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA36 laps 1m13.18s 12
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1985 Australian Touring Car Championship
Round 4 - Wanneroo, WA (31/3/1985)


Circuit Length: 2.4 km
Race Distance: 40 laps

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
162JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC44m24.21s 1m05.34s1m04.61s1
205Mobil Holden Dealer TeamPeter BrockHolden Commodore VKC44m27.95s 1m05.89s1m04.82s2
317Palmer Tube MillsDick JohnsonFord MustangC44m56.06s 1m06.18s1m05.14s3
431JPS Team BMWNeville CrichtonBMW 635CSiC45m07.21s 1m06.35s1m06.46s6
596 Tim SlakoRover VitesseC45m08.11s 1m06.30s1m06.62s7
627Network AlfaAlan JonesAlfa Romeo GTV6B45m17.80s 1m07.27s1m06.41s5
766Mitsubishi RalliartKevin BartlettMitsubishi StarionB45m23.27s 1m07.09s1m06.73s9
826Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B45m23.78s 1m07.27s1m06.66s8
921Mark Petch Mechanical SealsRobbie FrancevicVolvo 240TB38 laps/44m34.44s 1m06.08s1m05.98s4
1020Jim KeoghJim KeoghHolden Commodore VKC38 laps/44m39.20s 1m07.78s 10
1111Toyota Team AustraliaJohn Smith/Tony Niovanni (DNS)Toyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA37 laps/44m36.54s 1m10.50s 11
1213Bob Holden Motors Manly ValeBob HoldenToyota Corolla AE86 LiftbackA36 laps/44m38.86s 1m13.18s 12

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7/4/1985 - AMSCAR1 - Amaroo Park, NSW

Better Brakes AMSCAR Series
Round 1 (7/4/1985)


Circuit Length: 1.946 km

Heat 1
Race Distance
: 5 laps

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeQualifying TimeGrid Position
162 Jim RichardsBMW 635CSiC5 laps  0m55.2s1
221 Robbie FrancevicVolvo 240TB5 laps   3
32 Steve MastertonHolden Commodore VKC5 laps   4
423 Tony LonghurstBMW 323iB5 laps  0m56.4s5
526 Colin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B5 laps   2
612 Garry WillmingtonJaguar XJ-SC5 laps   6

Heat 2
Race Distance
: 10 laps

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeGrid Position
162JPS Team BMWJim RichardsBMW 635CSiC10 laps  1
22 Steve MastertonHolden Commodore VKC10 laps  4
323 Tony LonghurstBMW 323iB10 laps  5
421 Robbie FrancevicVolvo 240TB10 laps  3
526Network AlfaColin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B10 laps  2
612 Garry WillmingtonJaguar XJ-SC10 laps  6
719 Ken MathewsHolden Commodore VKC10 laps   
822 Glenn MolloyBMW 635CSiC10 laps   
9  Laurie HazeltonFord CapriB10 laps   

Heat 3
Race Distance
: 15 laps

PositionNumberEntrantDriverCarClassRace Time/LapsRetirement CauseFastest TimeGrid Position
162 Jim RichardsBMW 635CSiC20 laps  1
226 Colin BondAlfa Romeo GTV6B20 laps  2
321 Robbie FrancevicVolvo 240TB20 laps  3
42 Steve MastertonHolden Commodore VKC20 laps  4
523 Tony LonghurstBMW 323iB20 laps  5
619 Ken MathewsHolden Commodore VKC20 laps   
722 Glenn MolloyBMW 635CSiC20 laps   
8  Laurie HazeltonFord CapriB20 laps   
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