The Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series has confirmed its calendar for next year, with seven rounds comprising the 2024 season.
Visiting five states over eight months, the popular series will take place at some of the biggest events and circuits around the country, serving as a support category for both the Repco Supercars Championship and the Australian Superbike Championship.
The series will enjoy a strong start as part of the Bathurst in February for the Mount Panorama 500 before joining up with Superbikes at Queensland Raceway in April.
Three consecutive rounds with Supercars will see the series travel around the country for the middle stint of the season, with rounds at the Perth SuperSprint at Carco.com.au Raceway, the NTI Townsville 500, and the NED Whisky Tasmania SuperSprint at Symmons Plains.
A return to Superbikes will take place at the iconic Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit for the penultimate round of the 2023 season, before wrapping up on the streets of Surfers Paradise for the Boost Mobile Gold Coast 500 in October.
Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series General Manager Brad Ward was excited to confirm the 2024 calendar.
"We are pleased to reveal the 2024 Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series calendar, featuring a mix of big events and amazing circuits," Ward said.
"Our competitors love going to Bathurst, and to kick off our season at the new Bathurst SuperFest alongside the Repco Supercars has been really well received.
"We're also going back to Phillip Island and the Gold Coast, and again, these are competitor favorite events, so we feel we have the right mix for another season of competitive racing at a cost-effective level.
"There are quite a few new competitors and cars joining in for 2024, so we're looking forward to kicking it all off at Mount Panorama."
The Battery World Aussie Racing Cars Super Series kicks off the 2024 season with the Mount Panorama 500 in Bathurst on 23-25 February.
2024 Aussie Racing Cars Super Series calendar
Round 1: Bathurst 500 23-25 February
Round 2: Queensland Raceway 26-28 April
Round 3: Perth SuperSprint 17-19 May
Round 4: NTI Townsville 500 5-7 July
Round 5: NED Whisky Tasmania SuperSprint 16-18 August
Round 6: Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit 7-8 September
Round 7: Gold Coast 500 25–27 October