The Shannons Nationals at Sydney Motorsport Park delivered once again as we moved into the final day of round one, the carsales.com.au TCR Australia Series took center stage once again along with a host of other categories wrapping up for the weekend. This is how it went:
Chris Perini will enter this weekend’s Shannons Nationals with the hopes of securing a double dose of success as he competes in both the Australian Prototype Series (APS) and the Radical Australia Cup (RAC).
The Australian Prototype Series is returning to the Shannons Nationals in 2019 and with five rounds across four states, reigning champion Jason Makris believes it’s going to bigger and better than ever before.
The Shannons Nationals caught up with 2018 Australian Prototype Series Radical and Supersport winner Philip Hughes, who won the class title despite competing in one less round than his competitors.
The Australian Prototype Series presented by Hot Wheels (APS) round two field has been boosted by the arrival of Supercars driver Aaren Russell.
The Novocastrian will take part in the two APS races at the second round of the Shannons Nationals for 2018 behind the wheel of a Radical SR3, which his...