Big turnout expected for Shannons Sandown return
Wednesday 14 September, 2022
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The entry lists for the Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships’ visit to Sandown Raceway have been set with an impressive 125 entries spread across the six categories.
There is a good mix of categories taking centre stage over the weekend and fans will be treated to quite a spectacle as a result, with more than six hours of track action to occur each day.
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Boasting the largest entry list for the event is the Australian Production Cars with 32 cars – veterans Beric Lynton, Iain Sherrin and Grant Sherrin leading the way.
The Porsche Michelin Sprint Challenge Australia has the next biggest field with 27 drivers to battle it out. One of the most notable entries outside of the title contenders Thomas Sargent and Ryan Wood is former Morris Pro-Am Champion, Daniel Studdard, who makes his long awaited return.
The Turtle Wax Trans Am Series and the Gulf Western Oils Touring Car Masters both have solid entry lists with 23 drivers to contest Trans Am and 21 to take part in the Touring Car Masters.
The Supercheap Auto TCR Australia Series will pick up where it left off after an epic round at Queensland Raceway, series leader Tony D’Alberto headlining the field of 18 as the Victorian looks to edge closer to a maiden TCR title.
Rounding out the list of categories is the Fanatec GT World Challenge Australia (Motorsport Australia GT Championship) where 14 teams will do battle over two one-hour races – Shane van Gisbergen and Prince Jefri Ibrahim likely to continue their entertaining dual with The Bend Motorsport Park's Yasser Shahin and Garth Tander.
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Fans wanting to attend the event can purchase tickets via motorsporttickets.com.au and are encouraged to pre-purchase tickets to avoid queues.
Click here to purchase tickets from motorsporttickets.com.au
Those unable to make it can tune in via Stan Sport’s Speed Series broadcast from 11am AEST on Saturday and Sunday, while there will be live and free-to-air coverage on Saturday via 9Gem/9Go from 3pm AEST.
The Shannons Motorsport Australia Championships event at Sandown International Raceway takes place on 16-18 September.