Round 1: Phillip Island, 12-14 April
Round 2: Winton, 24-26 May
Round 3: Queensland Raceway, 26-28 July
Round 4: The Bend, 23-25 August
Round 5: Sandown, 20-22 September
The Kumho Super3 Series was founded in 2008, as V8 Touring Cars, as a place for vehicles no longer eligible for the Super2 Series to continue racing at a national level.
The series has evolved into a breeding ground for young drivers, mechanics and engineers to learn Supercars racing prior to progressing into Dunlop Super 2, while at the same time remaining a place for privateers to race competitively and for the heritage of the sport to be celebrated via older cars running original or significant liveries.
Brad Jones Racing and Matt Stone Racing field cars in all three levels of Supercars competition in Australia, while Image Racing, MW Motorsport and several other outfits field cars in both Dunlop Super2 and Kumho Super3 competition.
As of the end of 2018, 57 rounds and 171 series races have been held since the category’s debut at Mallala in 2008.